THE VIKING VOICE
November 6, 2013
Happy November!! It's hard to believe that we have been in school for two months, it's amazing how fast time flies when you're having a great time. The month of November represents a period of Thanksgiving and we have much to be thankful for in East Bridgewater. We are blessed with great children and young adults who comprise our student population. They are caring of each other, hard working, and respectful to each other and the adults they interact with.
Your administrators, teachers, secretaries, teaching assistants, custodians, crossing guards, food service personnel, and other caring individuals come to work each day with a smile on their faces and in their hearts.
Our parents' emotional and financial support for the school district is unmatched. Each week they demonstrate their devotion by supporting the classroom teacher, and or the building principal.
Our school committee is comprised of intelligent, insightful, thoughtful individuals whose only agenda is to ensure the educational, and emotional well being for the children of East Bridgewater.
The communication and cooperation with and between the school department and various municipal departments is cordial, cooperative, effective, and productive.
The greater East Bridgewater community serves as our moral compass; the community standard they have set demands nothing but the best from us each and every day, what's not to be thankful of.
This is what's happening this month:
- November 8th will be a teacher professional day and students will be dismissed early.
- The concession stand at the high school is being erected on Monday, November 11th.
- The old high school is in the process of being demolished.
- The Homecoming Game will be held on Thanksgiving Day.
- The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony of the new East Bridgewater Junior/Senior High School and Dedication of building areas and corridors will be held on Wednesday, November 27th, at 4:00 P.M. in the Dr. Judith A. Riordan Performing Arts Center. The community is invited to attend.
November 11th represents a special day for us, it is our opportunity to thank every man and woman who has worn a military uniform in defense of America. If you see someone with a lapel pin, hat, or other insignia that represents their service stop and thank them. For without their sacrifice none of what we enjoy today would be possible. God Bless America!!