***Save the Date***
Family Math Night
Thursday, March 5th, 2015
Peter Noyes Elementary School
6:00 - 8:00 PM
All K-5 Sudbury families are welcome!
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Lotus Blossom Will Hold Benefit For Jamaica Jammin’
Lotus Blossom will sponsor a benefit for Lincoln Sudbury Regional High School’s senior safe night, known as Jamaica Jammin’. On Tuesday, January 27th, Lotus Blossom will donate 20% of the total cost of each dine in or take-out order from 5-9 pm when customers mention “Jamaica Jammin’ “.
In its 22nd year, this graduation party is where seniors can celebrate together in a safe, substance-free environment. The all-night chaperoned tradition helps to keep the graduates safe and off the roads on graduation night. In years past, there has been more than 94% participation of graduating students.
Parent volunteers completely transform the school's gyms and surrounding hallways into a tropical paradise with amazing decorations and a wide variety of entertainment, food and opportunity to win prizes.
Lotus Blossom is located at 394 Boston Post Road in Sudbury. Customers can dine in or place take out orders by calling 978-443-0200. So celebrate the end of high school midterms and remember to say “Jamaica Jammin’ to support a safe graduation night.
Basketball Free-Throw Tournament January 24th - Free participation!
The annual Knight of Columbus Free-Throw Tournament is scheduled for Saturday,
January 24th, from noon-2pm at the Nixon Elementary School gym. Boys and
girls ages 9-14 are eligible to participate in their respective divisions. Winners
advance to the District tournament and have the potential to participate in the State
tournament. Registration at the door. Particpants shoot on a first-come first-shoot
basis with winners notified by phone.
The Sudbury Newcomers club is a social club dedicated to helping new members of our community
Our membership includes everyone from families who just moved here to people who have been in town for 30 years.
If you are looking to meet people, find friends, explore our area, attend some great parties, or give back to our community, you have found the right group!
We invite you to attend one of our events to find out more about the Sudbury Newcomers club.
For membership information and upcoming events please go to http://www.sudburynewcomersclub.org/
"Gifted Kids: Tall Tales, Legends and Reality"
Presented by Aimee Yermish, PsyD
Do you wonder if your child might be gifted?
In her talk, Dr. Yermish will present a number of the most commonly-held but incorrect beliefs about gifted kids and the realities behind them. Dr. Yermish will answer the questions that she hears most often from parents, educators, doctors, and therapists. Finally, she will talk about how parents and other professionals can provide meaningful support for gifted kids in a practical way, and where to get more reliable information going forward.
Aimee Yermish, Psy.D. is a clinical psychologist and educational therapist in private practice. She works primarily with clients who manifest giftedness, disability, or multiple exceptionality (including ADHD, Asperger’s, learning disabilities, psychological disorders, and trauma responses). Her services include neuropsychological and psychological assessments, individual and family therapy, coaching/mentoring, consultation, and public speaking.
Aimee Yermish, PsyD
Place: Sudbury Grange Hall, 326 Concord Rd., Sudbury
Date: Thursday, January 15, 2015
Come join us!
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Sudbury Special Education Parent Advisory Council
Sudbury Girls’ Softball welcomes new and returning players in grades 1-9 from Lincoln and Sudbury. Girls of all experience levels are encouraged to play in our spring recreational league that emphasizes skill development and having fun! Practices include a focus on conditioning, and girls will have the opportunity to play weekend games against teams from either Acton, Framingham or Concord – very little or no travel required.
To register visit www.SudburySoftball.org and click Register Online in the left margin.
Tentative Schedule for Practices and Games: (This schedule is subject to change, but every effort is made to avoid conflicts with Sudbury Soccer.)
Minor League: 1st / 2nd Grade – Games; Saturdays at 11 and Practice: Tuesdays at 6
Junior League: 3rd / 4th Grade – Games: Wednesday at 6; Saturdays at 2:30 and Practice Fridays at 6
Intermediate League: 5th / 6th Grade – Games: Thursdays at 6; Saturdays at 3 or 4 and Practice Mondays at 6
Senior League: 7th - 9th Grade – Games: Mondays at 6; Saturdays at 12:30 or 1 and Practice Wednesdays at 6
DATES: April 27 – June 13
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Saturday, February 28, 2015
1st/2nd Grade -- $150
3rd-9th Grade -- $195
SAVE THE DATE: Please join us on Jan. 25 from 11-2PM at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School for our 13th Annual Camp Fair. Over 80 camps will be offering information on day, overnight and travel programs for students in grades K-12. Parents and students will have the opportunity to meet and speak with representatives from these camps offering unique programs including travel, community service, arts, sports, academic enrichment and traditional camp options. Please join us and bring the kids- Admission is FREE.