School News

October News
Posted on 10/15/2019

Thank you to Mastria Subaru for their donation of 150 books as part of their Subaru Loves Learning Program. Each year we receive non-fiction Science related titles for teachers to use in the classroom and in the library.

We are still counting our Boosterthon pledges and are happy to report that we have exceeded our goal. Thank you all for your support! A big thank you to the Friends of Williams for making this event such a success.

Please remind your child to check the lost and found, it is growing by the day.

Grab and Go breakfast is available in our cafeteria each morning for $2.00. If you have free or reduced lunch you will also have free or reduced breakfast.

Monday, October 14th there will be no school in observance of Columbus Day.

The next 
Friends of Williams meeting is Wednesday, October 16th at 6:30 p.m. in the Williams Library.

Thursday, October 17th will be an early release day, dismissal will be at 11:20 and brunch will be served.

Picture Day will be on Friday, October 18th.

Make sure to get out and vote on Saturday, October 19th!

The 
Bridgewater-Raynham Special Education Parents Advisory Council (BR-SEPAC) will be hosting a Family Special Education Night on Thursday, November 14th from 6 pm to 8 pm at Laliberte Elementary School (777 Pleasant St., Raynham).  Family Special Education Night provides parents/guardians with a place to gather information from 30+ organizations that offer services to children with special needs. Local representatives from CCBC, MRC, ARC, etc. will provide parents with support and guidance. While parents are gathering information, children will be supervised and active in sports activities, art projects, and eating healthy snacks. We will also be holding a raffle to raise funds for the BR-SEPAC and John's Dream Ice Cream will be selling ice cream treats. Please join us, all are welcome!

The Raptor Visitor Management System is now live at Williams Intermediate School.  Please remember to bring your state-issued ID or passport to the office window if you are entering the building for any reason (volunteering, meeting w/ the nurse, etc.).


CORI forms must be completed every year for those who wish to volunteer in the schools and they must now be completed in person.  Avoid the rush and come in and complete your form over the summer.

Our office staff is here to assist you and your child in anyway they can. Please to don't hesitate to give them a call, or come in, should you have any questions. Mr. Clark and I would also be happy to address your concerns.  

Please remember to check the Friends of Williams Facebook Page for updates and useful information. 

REMINDER: Please do not block the crosswalks in our parking lot and on South Street. If the lot is full, take a trip around the block, by the time you get back you will sail right through.  I can often be found crossing students at the end of day out on South Street. My main concern is to make sure that the students can cross the street safely. In order for that to happen we need to keep all crosswalks clear.  The safety of our students is a top priority. Your patience and cooperation are appreciated.

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