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November News
Posted on 11/25/2019

From Junior Music Boosters! 

It might be sold out but . . . WE HAVE THE TICKETS ! ! !

We are raffling off 4 e-tickets to this year's KISS 108 Jingle Ball Concert, Featuring Halsey, Niall Horan, Charlie Puth, Lizzo, Why Don't We and more!!!   And just for fun we are throwing in $50 towards parking and $50 to spend at the show. Chances are 10 for $10 (with a minimum of $10) and all entries are due by December 5th.  Late entries cannot be accepted. Watch back packs this for week for our flyer or click this link to buy online. 

Music Memo: 

Due to the short week and the Thanksgiving Holiday,
all after-school instrument lessons are cancelled from Monday, November 25th through Friday, November 29th

On Monday, November 25th from 3:00-4:30, 5th grade band students will participate in a workshop/band rehearsal with guest clinician, George Murphy. Mr. Murphy is a retired music educator from the Foxboro Public Schools with over 40 years of teaching experience. We are very excited for this opportunity for our band students!  Students should bring their instruments, music books and their band folder.

The Bridgewater-Raynham Special Education Parents Advisory Council (BR-SEPAC) will be holding a presentation for the 2019-2020 school year on Tuesday, December 3rd at 6:30 pm titled Making Sense of the Affordable Care Act and Mass Health/Commonhealth. Laura Conrad and Lauren Almedia will present on pathways to eligibility to Mass Health/Commonhealth, Accessing Benefits and Services, and Explaining Associated Costs. Cathy Hickey will explain eligibility for the Department of Developmental Services, DDS, as well as the Brockton Area ARC. The meeting will be held at The Bridge Center located at 470 Pine St., Bridgewater, MA. The BR-SEPAC will hold a meeting at 6:15 pm and then the presentation will follow at 6:30 pm. Please register online in advance for free childcare at: http://

CONGRATULATIONS to Mr. Kogler for being chosen as the Patriots Coach of the Week. We are all extremely proud of his accomplishments.


Four Williams students won the Patriot Pen Essay contest, two tying for first place!

Congratulations to all for this great honor.

More CONGRATULATIONS to our “Make A Difference” winners. Every year we celebrate Make A Difference Day by randomly choosing 20 students who have made a difference in someone’s day, week, month.  All month long students have been filling out leaves with the names and deeds of someone who has made a difference in their lives. The leaves were then posted on our tree in the main lobby. On November 20th we randomly selected 20 of those leaves and the students named on the leaves received a certificate for a free ice cream in our café. 

As the weather gets colder please be aware that students will still be going outside for PE class, recess, incentive….and will need to be dressed accordingly.

If you are looking to get rid of hula-hoops or golf putters, please bring them to the gym. Our PE teachers would appreciate them.

LOST AND FOUND is overflowing. If your child is missing a sweatshirt, jacket, lunch box, water bottle…it is most likely there.  All items will be donated to charity prior to the Thanksgiving break.

Reminder: Wednesday, November 27th is an early release day. Brunch will be served prior to student dismissal at 11:20.

The Williams Intermediate Family wishes you a safe and happy Thanksgiving weekend.

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