Sheehan School Core Four Values
Respect and Not Neglect ♦ Voice the Right Choice ♦ Listen, Learn, Try, Ask Why ♦ School Wide Pride
Forms & Documents
This is a printable calendar
Please download and fill out the 2016-2017.
Please print the dates for the Sheehan Student Council Meetings.
The Sheehan School has the opportunity to participate in the Stop and Shop A+ School Rewards Program and earn CASH for our school. All you need to do is register your Stop and Shop card to earn points on your everyday shopping and we will receive a CASH reward at the end of the year.
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Dear Sheehan Families,
It is currently February vacation week (enjoy!), so you might not see this message until February 27th. However, I wanted to make you aware that there are currently openings in two of the Westwood Youth & Family Services programs for elementary age students! There are open spots in the Girls Group (4th – 6th grade) and in the Structured Play Group (2nd –3rd grade). Both of these groups have already begun, however, WYFS is still accepting more participants! The next meetings for each group will take place the week of February 27th, after February vacation.
If you have any questions, please contact Nina Banozic, LCSW, Youth Services Counselor, at Westwood Youth & Family Services at (781) 320 – 1006.
Who: Westwood girls in 4th – 6th grade
When: Tuesdays, Feb 7 - May 9 from 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Where: Islington Community Center
What: These 12-week groups will focus on navigating friendships and cliques, avoiding peer pressure, managing bullying situations, and improving body image, confidence and self-esteem. We utilize art projects, videos and games to help reinforce these important topics in fun and creative ways!
STRUCTURED PLAY GROUPS
Who: Westwood residents in 2nd/3rd grades
When: Feb 9 – April 6, Thursdays 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Where: Hanlon elementary
What: These 8-week groups are designed to emphasize the continued development of adaptive social and conflict-resolution skills as well as self-esteem and social confidence. Organized play and drawing activities are used to reinforce weekly topics such as initiating & developing friendships, working cooperatively as a team, appropriate communication, decision-making, as well as appreciating one’s own strengths and the differences of others.
We have a very simple way for you to sign up to volunteer in the Sheehan lunchroom this year! Please click on the following link http://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090E49A4A622A0F94-lunchroom. This link will bring to "signupgenius". Once there, you can choose which day you would like to come in to volunteer. Once you click on the day, just go to the bottom of the page and click "submit and sign up". If you'd like to volunteer only during your child's lunch time, that is perfectly fine! Next to the day you volunteered, just put in a note in the "My Comment" column. We look forward to seeing you.