Looking for the Right Word Given to them through the generosity of the Grange, 3rd Grade students investigate the wonders of their new dictionaries .
Closing of the Pierce Pawlympics Students recreate the symbol of the Olympic rings wearing their Pawlympics classroom colors.
Skiing with friends is the best! Having a great time skiing at Crotched Mountain with classmates makes skiing all the more fun.
Raising the Sails Visiting artist, Jeff Werner, teaches 4th grade students New England history through song.
Learning About the Olympic Tradition 4th grade students share facts about the Olympics marking the start of the Pawlympics at Pierce School.
Kindness Week Kick-Off At the Pawlympic Assembly, 2nd Grade students share about the core value of being kind.
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Every March, all voters in the district are provided with the opportunity to vote on the budget for the following school year.
In addition, there are some items that frequently appear and require voter approval, including acceptance of the auditor reports, appropriation of funds for the various district trust funds, and School Board member salaries.
Gloria Davis and Dauna Hugron from the Antrim Grange visited Ms. Sutton’s 3rd grade students today bearing the gift of a brand new dictionary for each child. The Grange was founded during the Civil War era and has largely persisted in supporting agricultural endeavors over the years. In fact the word “grange” is a reference to grain,
February 22 marked the closing ceremonies for the 2018 Pawlympics. Just as the Olympians, our students worked hard and set goals for themselves and surpassed them. Through showing the core values (Be safe, Be kind, Do the right thing, and Have courage) Pawlympic bear paws were earned for entire classes as well as individual students.
Celebrating another Ski Season
Written By: Ms. Sutton
Although many are excited for warm weather, skiers and snowboarders would love to see the snow fly for just a little bit longer. This year 31 Pierce School students participated in the after school ski program. It was the perfect season filled with lots of snow,
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