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    Charlotte Wood BulletinFriday, May 14, 2021


    Happy Friday!


    NEXT MONDAY, May 17th!  The Charlotte Wood Drama students will be presenting four short plays. This year's Drama Assembly will include: "Rehearsal", "Middle School Confidential", "The Critic", and "All for One". The performance will be live on Zoom and will begin after school at 1:30 pm.  The link will be on the Charlotte Wood home page as well as IN the online scrolling school calendar which is on the left side of the webpage under “Happenings / Events”. 


    The Broadcast team’s weekly FUN and informative is available to view here and is also listed every Friday on the Charlotte Wood Web Calendar


    All library books are due TODAY, Friday, May 14th by 3 pm. Also, Students who have not returned or paid for missing library books will not receive their yearbooks when they are distributed in a couple of weeks.


    The mediation committee, from Leadership, made a video with Mrs. Magaddino with some yoga/meditation stretches. We hope you can use this when you are stressed or you are tired after a long day at the computer or school. We hope you enjoy it!


    Coming soon…Textbooks and classroom reading book return for in-person and remote students. DO NOT DROP OFF YOUR TEXTBOOKS EARLY (please wait until you get the “OK” from your teacher). Please read on….


    In-person students - Will return their textbooks during school hours on the date your teacher has signed up which will either be May 20-21 or May 25-27. Students will stand in a socially distant line with the teacher. The teachers that have textbooks will let you know when they will be turning them in.


    Remote students – Students may DROP OFF their textbooks, classroom reading books and any overdue library books to the large front bins starting May 20 & 21st and again, Tuesday – Friday, May 25th – 28th between 7:30 am – 3:30.


    To pick up from campus (ONLY if you are REMOTE):


    • ! New Course #3 Math Packet #8-“Geometry: Transformations” picture of an Acorn on the front.  (Sanchi, Lynch, Francioch)