4th - Two 3rd Grade Classes - Tour of Hudson field trip
5th - Open House at HOS for incoming 1st Grade families (6-7)
7th - Two 3rd Grade Classes - Tour of Hudson field trip
11th - 'Step up Day' for all students K-4 to visit their new schools for next year
11th - 5th Grade - field trip to the Hammond Castle and Gloucester Harbor
12th - Last PTO Meeting at HOS (6:30)
w/ of 17th - Spirit Week (a letter will be sent home with the theme for each day)
18th - 2nd Grade - field trip to the Stone Zoo in Stoneham, MA
18th - 5th Grade - DARE Graduation
19th - 4th Grade Play (9;30 and 7:00)
20th - Field Day
21st - 5th Grade Advancement Celebration and Cook-out
24th - 4th Grade - field trip to Squam Lake
25th - Last day for students (dismissal at 12:30)
ENJOY YOUR SUMMER - READ, READ, READ and practice those MATH FACTS!
On Friday, May 10, 2013 the fifth graders of Dr. H.O. Smith School along with parents, teachers, Trout Unlimted, NH Fish & Game, and the Hudson Police Department walked to the Merrimack River to release 200 salmon fry. The walk was the end of a fun learning experience that has covered the past 2 months. Fifth graders watched the salmon hatch from eggs provided by the Nashua National Fish Hatchery. The walk to the river and the release of the fry was enjoyed by all who participated. Thank you to Trout Unlimited for providing the "chiller" so we could maintain the cool tank temperatures required for helathy salmon fry. Thank you to Judy Tumosa and NH Fish & Game for their continued support of this great program. And lastly we would like to thank Officer Colby Morton of the Hudson Police Department for her awesome assitance as we crossed the busy streets on the way to the river. As you walk on the banks of the Merrimcak River or drive across the bridges that span its' shores remember to keep the Merrimack River healthy so our salmon fry contniue to have a healthy home.
Dr. H. O. Smith Staff participated in the 26.4.26 Relay on April 14, 2013. Participants completed a 26 mile relay in honor of the 26 victims from Sandyhook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.
Jelly Bean Guessing Contest.
The “Jelly Bean Jar” was available for viewing during lunch, during the week of March 25 through March 28.
Final guesses sent to The child who is the closest without going over will be the winner.
Prizes were awarded on Friday, March 29.
Prize is a SPRING BASKET full of fun goodies.
Dr. H.O. Smith fifth grade student, Tyler B., and his family are preparing for their annual "Big Papa" fund raiser to support the Alzheimer's Association. Tyler and his family will be selling hot coco and fresh baked goods on Feb. 10 from 9am to 1pm at 62 Ferry Street. All procedes go directly to the Alzheimer's Association. Please stop in for a hot cup and show your support!
The link above will take you to a great article in the Union Leader explaining the event and the history behind it.
A BIG THANK YOU TO ALL WHO STOPPED TO ENJOY A CUP AND SUPPORT THIS EVENT!
Registration will take place on:
March 6th (4-7PM)
March 13th (9AM-1PM)
Location: Library Street School's main lobby
- Your child's birth certificate
- Immunization Records/Physical
- Residency Verification (we will ONLY accept the following as documentation: Intent to Purchase, Lease, Deed, or Tax Bill)
Zone A’s annual holiday craft fair took place on December 8th. We had a nice turnout, as always. We want to thank all who had the opportunity to stop by for shopping, purchasing raffle tickets or just taking time out to say “HELLO” to Santa. The gym was filled with a steady stream of merry friends and families, as holiday music played in the background. There were local vendors and crafters this year selling goods such as American Girl clothing, jewelry, painted artwork, hair accessories, scrapbooking items, and so much more! What a wonderful way to spend time with your family. Thank you to Heidi England for coordinating the craft fair, you did a fantastic job, as well as all the volunteers that worked that day. It was because of you that this event a huge success!
Zone A’s annual holiday concerts saw hundreds of doting parents enjoy a taste of the holiday season. Both schools performed in a day and night performance in an effort to provide a time for all our parents, relatives, and friends to share in this special event. Both schools were filled to capacity with everyone eager to see the children perform. The students were extremely excited to be in front of such a large group of people and could hardly contain their excitement. The students performed a variety of songs that delighted the audience. A special thanks to all the students and the music teachers, Susan Parsons and Sarah Seckla, for putting together a fabulous program.