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NSAA Events

 Please see below for two upcoming events for the NSAA.

Halliwell's Happenings Newsletter

Dear Family,

Please find our most recent newsletter below.  We hope you are able to learn about all of the fantastic things that happen at our school!

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Halliwell's Happenings Newsletter

Dear Family,

Please read about all of the exciting learning opportunitites and activities our students participated in throughout the month of March!

 

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Halliwell's Happenings

 Please click below to read about all of the wonderful events and learning occuring in our school!

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Halliwell Happenings January Newsletter

Please click below to read about all of the exciting events at Halliwell throughout the month of January! 

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New Skate Night Added

 Due to Saturday's storm, the NSAA canceled the Skate Night planned for Saturday, January 23rd.  A new Skate Night is scheduled for Saturday, February 20, 2016, from 8:30 - 10:00 p.m. at RI Sports Center on Eddie Dowling Highway in North Smithfield.  We hope you can make it!

Substitute Informational Meeting

Do you have a Bachelor's Degree?  Would you like to work the same hours as your child's school day?  If you answered "yes" to either question, we invite you to become a substitute teacher for the North Smithfield School Department.  

We are holding an informational meeting on Thursday, January 28th at Halliwell Memorial School's Library from either 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. or 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.  We will review the process to get certified, discuss the benefits of subbing in North Smithfield and enjoy each other's company.

If you are interested in attending, please contact Mrs. Daigneault (jdaigneault [at] nsps [dot] us) or Mrs. Jolin (djolin [at] nsps [dot] us).

We look forward to seeing you!

Singing Their Hearts Out

 

Under the direction of Mrs. Greco, members of the Halliwell After School Chorus performed at the Winter Concert on Wednesday, January 20th, at North Smithfield High School's Auditorium.  Over seventy of our third, fourth, and fifth graders sang about snowflakes, winter and even ugly sweaters.  We are so proud of how our students worked hard to prepare for this memorable night!

Happy New Year!

 

Happy New Year!

  • School is in session!  We were greeted with a light snowfall this morning.  Our learners and teachers were ready to begin 2016 with a fresh start.  Each classroom was busy writing and sharing thoughts about their break.  
  • We are looking forward to returning to our daily schedules and routines.
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