….clapped and cheered with Bain Middle school students as former Patriot tight end Jermaine Wiggins encouraged students to eat a healthy breakfast for the Bain +2 Fuel Up and Play program as part of the Fuel UP to Play 60 initiative.
Next week’s website will have more on this in-school wellness program and what it means for our students.
…joined Attorney General Peter Kilmartin and other dignitaries at CHSE to ask students not to ‘Text and Drive’. As part of the presentation, students viewed “It Can Wait” video. You could have heard a pin drop as students saw firsthand the results of texting while driving.
…visited Rhodes Elementary Science fair where I viewed many creative and interesting projects.
….stopped by Stadium and Edgewood Highlands’ annual basketball game. The gym was jammed packed with cheering students and their families. What a nice event!
….dropped in at Rhodes’ Book Fair which had a great selection of books. I know each of our schools will be sponsoring a book fair, please support this important initiative. I love buying books for my grandchildren.
….Met with the Rhodes and Hope Highlands parent groups to discuss the proposed 2015-2016 school district budget. I appreciate their support and feedback.