Beaver Brook Elementary School

Grades: K-2     Hours: 9:15 AM - 3:20 PM

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BBES Upcoming Events
11/23 - TICKETS FOR DRAMA CLUB'S PRODUCTION OF "OLIVER" ON SALE
11/23 - THANKSGIVING DAY FOOTBALL GAME, 10:00 AM, MEMORIAL FIELD
11/23 AND 11/24 - NO SCHOOL, THANKSGIVING BREAK
11/28 - SCHOOL COMMITTEE MEETING, 7:00 PM, AHS LIBRARY
11/29 - RAH RAH SLIPS DUE
11/30 - DRAMA CLUB'S PRODUCTION OF "OLIVER", 7:30 PM, AUDITORIUM
12/01 - DRAMA CLUB'S PRODUCTION OF "OLIVER", 7:30 PM, AUDITORIUM
12/02 - DRAMA CLUB'S PRODUCTION OF "OLIVER", 2:00 PM AND 7:00 PM, AUDITORIUM
12/04 - SCHOOL COUNCIL MEETING, 5:00 PM
12/04 - PTO MEETING, 7:00 PM TO 8:00 PM
12/07 - AUTHOR NIGHT, 5:30 PM TO 7:00 PM, CAFETERIA
12/12 - EARLY DISMISSAL 12:15 PM, STAFF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, BREAKFAST AND LUNCH SERVED, NO PM K
12/24 TO 01/01 - NO SCHOOL, HOLIDAY BREAK
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Message from the Principals

Dear Beaver Brook Familes and Friends, 

Student Expectations 

We want to express our appreciation to students who have been demonstrating Beaver Brook expectations, even when an adult is not beside them. Elementary school ages are the years when students explore limits and figure out, through experience, appropriate behaviors and words in public places and in non-public places. Each family raises their children in their own way so when students from over 300 families are together in one building, there can sometimes be confusion and misunderstandings about expectations in schoo as students play games or make friends. During the November break from school, you may want to have a conversation with your child about how home and school are similar and how they are also different. At school we share many materials, people have to wait their turn to get attention from an adult, listen to other students on topics not always of interest to themselves, and use their words to ask for help or convey their emotions. Schools work on increasing student independence so children can read to learn what they want to know, problem solve conflicts, and be more self-sufficient with their belongings.

Mrs. Zinni and Mrs. Gover

Behavior Reminders: 

Expected Behavior for Recess
Expected Behavior for Lunch