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Principal Message
Emily Fields



Dear Northeast School Parents,

As we approach the last week of the school year, I wanted to take a moment to extend my heartfelt gratitude to each and every one of you for your unwavering support, dedication, and partnership throughout this academic journey. It has been an incredible year filled with growth, learning, and cherished memories, and as we bid farewell to this chapter, let us reflect on the triumphs and joys that have made it truly special. 

As we celebrate the culmination of another successful school year, let us also take a moment to express our appreciation to the dedicated faculty and staff who have worked tirelessly to inspire, nurture, and empower our students. Their passion, commitment, and unwavering belief in the potential of every child have been the driving force behind our collective success, and for that, we are profoundly grateful. This week the music deptartment held their kindergarten spring concert focusing on SEL.  Thank you to all the teachers and para educators involved.  Wonderful job!  4th Grade teachers welcomed in families to their Poetry Cafe.  A great success!

As we prepare to bid farewell to our 5th grade graduating students and welcome a new cohort of eager learners in the fall, let us remember that the bonds we've forged and the memories we've created will forever endure. Together, we have cultivated a vibrant and inclusive community where each member is valued, respected, and celebrated for their unique contributions.

In closing, I want to thank you once again for your continued support and collaboration throughout this extraordinary year. May the summer ahead be filled with laughter, adventure, and cherished moments with loved ones. I look forward to reconnecting with you all in the new school year, refreshed and energized for the exciting journey that lies ahead.

 

Here are some important messages:

  1. 5th grade graduation is Tuesday, June 11th at 9am.  Find more information here.
  2. Early release June 12-14th.
  3. Last day of school 14th.
  4. Report cards released on the 14th at 3pm.  Click here if you need help accessing grades in your Parent Portal.
  5. Newest Superintendent Message
  6. Upcoming free Foam Party event for the public on June 13th.  3-5pm at the Italian Center.
  7. 2024-2025 School Supply Lists will be available on our homepage by Tuesday, June 18th.  Check back soon.
     

Wishing you all a safe, joyful, and rejuvenating summer break!

Dr. Shawn Marinello 

Principal Message
Emily Fields



Dear Northeast School Parents,

We had an exciting and eventful week at Northeast School! Our 4th graders enjoyed a fantastic Field Day filled with fun activities and team spirit. We also welcomed representatives from the Ferguson Library, who shared wonderful stories and resources with our students. Kindergarten and first graders were thrilled by an engaging visit from a beloved children's author. Additionally, our 5th graders participated in orientations at their new middle schools, preparing them for the exciting transition ahead.

Thank you for your continued support!

Here are some important messages:

  1. Newest Superintendent Message
  2. Tonight (May 31st) is our Family Fun Night at Northeast School from 5:30-7:30pm.  Come out and celebrate the end of a great school year! In order to get an accurate head count, kindly RSVP for those in your family that would like to enjoy ice cream on behalf of the PTO.
  3. 5th grade graduation is Tuesday, June 11th at 9am.  Find more information here.
  4. Learn more about Stamford Cub Scouts.  Ice Cream Social event in June.  Spanish.
  5. Kindergarten Concert is June 4th at 9am.  Families are welcome.
  6. Upcoming free Foam Party event for the public on June 13th.  3-5pm at the Italian Center.
  7. Last day of school is June 14th.  Early Release.

Warm regards,

Dr. Marinello

Principal Message
Emily Fields



Dear Northeast School Families,

We hope this message finds you well as we wrap up another wonderful week at Northeast School.

Firstly, we want to remind everyone that there will be no school on Monday, May 27th, in observance of Memorial Day. We hope you all have a meaningful and restful holiday as we take time to remember and honor those who have served our country.

We also want to extend our heartfelt thanks to Coach P. and Mrs. Lubowitz for orchestrating a fantastic week of Field Day activities. Their dedication and enthusiasm made for an unforgettable experience filled with fun, teamwork, and school spirit.

Additionally, we are proud to share the success of our 3rd grade concert, led by Mr. Barbour and Mr. Stec. The students delivered an impressive performance, showcasing their hard work and musical talents. Thank you to Mr. Barbour and Mr. Stec for their guidance and support in bringing out the best in our young musicians.

We are also delighted to report that our Literacy Bingo Night was a tremendous success. A special thank you goes to Mrs. Mould and Mrs. Suarino for organizing and hosting this engaging event. Students enjoyed playing bingo, excitedly announcing their winning bingo letters on the microphone, and receiving prizes for their victories. The evening was capped off with delicious ice cream sandwiches provided by the PTO, adding a sweet treat to a night of fun and learning. Mrs. Mould and Mrs. Suarino’s hard work and dedication made Literacy Bingo Night an unforgettable experience for everyone involved.

Here are some important messages:

  1. Newest Superintendent Message 
  2. The deadline to register for Summer School for special education students is May 30th.  If your child was invited, you must register in your Parent Portal account.

  3. No School on Monday, May 27th for Memorial Day.

  4. Incoming 6th Grade Parent Orientation for TOR.  May 29th at 6pm.

  5. Learn more about Stamford Cub Scouts.  Ice Cream Social event in JuneSpanish.

  6. New 4th grade Field Day date. May 31st. 9:15-11:15am.

  7. Kindergarten Concert is June 4th at 9am.  Families are welcome.

  8. 5th grade graduation is Tuesday, June 11th at 9am.  Find more information here.

  9. Last day of school is June 14th.

Warm regards,

Dr. Marinello

Principal Message
Emily Fields



Dear Northeast School Families,

I hope this message finds you well. I wanted to take a moment to commend our incredible students in grades 3-5 for their hard work and dedication during the recent SBAC assessments. Their efforts and perseverance are truly commendable, and we are proud of each and every one of them.

Additionally, a heartfelt thank you to everyone who supported the PTO's pop-up store this week. Your involvement and generosity help make our school community even stronger.

Thank you for your continued support in helping our students achieve their best. Let's keep encouraging them to strive for excellence!

An important message from the PTO: Just a quick heads-up: We have to postpone tonight's (5/17/24) PTO Meet & Greet at Love Bella. We're really story for the last minute change and will let you know the new date as soon as we can.

Here are some important messages:

  1. Newest Superintendent Message 
  2. The deadline to register for Summer School for special education students is May 30th.  If your child was invited, you must register in your Parent Portal account.

  3. Field Day starts next week!  Click here for the schedule here.  Volunteer at the event here.

  4. Wednesday, May 22nd is an early release day.

  5. 3rd grade has their Spring Concert on Thursday, May 23rd at 1:30pm.  Doors open for families at 1:15pm.  Concert will be recorded for those who cannot attend.  If possible, students are asked to wear red, white and/or blue.

  6. Literacy Bingo Night is Thursday, May 23rd from 5:30-6:30pm.  Free!  Park in the back and enter through the gym.  All K-5 Northeast students are welcome. RSVP forms went home in backpacks this week. Spanish Flyer.

  7. Please join us on Friday, May 31st from 5:30-7:30pm to celebrate the end of a great school year! In order to get an accurate head count, kindly RSVP for those in your family that would like to enjoy ice cream on behalf of the PTO.

Warm regards,

Dr. Marinello