Hudson - Litchfield News December 3, 2010 - 3
Early Start Children’s Center Celebrates the Holidays
submitted by Early Start Children’s Center The children at Early Start Children’s Center celebrate the
holidays in many ways. The kindergarten class began the holiday season by performing a Thanksgiving presentation for families and friends. The children sang holiday songs, danced nimbly, and recited Thanksgiving poems. They also shared with their audience those people and “gifts” for which they gave their heartfelt thanks. The preschool classes have been organizing two food drives— one to benefit St. John’s Food Pantry and the other for the Judson Animal Control Shelter. Along with learning to care for others,
the children have been learning math by sorting and graphing the products donated by all the families in our school. The children will be able to deliver the donation in December and hear more about the families and animals in need from those who run these vital organizations.
The three-year-olds are busy rehearsing for their Christmas presentation, The Night before Christmas. Their families will be invited to attend the Monday before Christmas (December 20) to see the “reindeer” prance in with Santa. All the children, even the toddlers, are busy making presents for their parents, decorating gingerbread houses and Christmas trees, and writing letters to Santa. By the end of this busy month, they will all be ready to “settle down for a long winter’s nap”—along with their teachers, of course!
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submitted by Karen O’Brien, Hudson Memorial School In a combined effort between Mr. Olden and Mrs. O’Brien’s Colt Time Advisories and Mr. Mousseau’s science classes, more than 2,000 items were collected for the Hudson St. Vincent de Paul Food Bank. Students
throughout the school brought in items to stock the shelves for the holiday season. Food was delivered with the help of students Mitchell Lavoie, Eddie Sweeney, and Chris O’Brien.
Grandparent’s Day at St. Francis of Assisi School
Mary Tierno with her grandparents
submitted by Jeanne McNeill Grandparent’s Day was held at St. Francis in Litchfield
on November 19! The morning began with a meeting in the church, where students sang songs dedicated to them. After that, refreshments were served in all the classrooms, and grandparents could visit their
Zachary Ansen with his grandparents
grandchildren. It was a wonderful event, and all had a wonderful time! The teachers would like to thank the room mothers for coordinating all the refreshments for the classrooms!
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Veronica Nordyke Wins Lions Club’s Poster Contest
submitted by Mary Cummings, Guidance Counselor, Litchfield Middle School Litchfield Middle School students participated in the Lions Club’s poster contest. The theme for this international contest was Vision of Peace. We are pleased to announce the winner—seventh grader Veronica Nordyke. Veronica and her family will be invited to a Lions Club meeting soon, where she will be presented with her award. Congratulations, Veronica.
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