The Newburyport Education Foundation will be holding its Annual Lighthouse Auction on Saturday November 9th at Nicholson Hall.
Every year, each classroom donates an item to be auctioned off the evening of the event. The following classes are still looking for a volunteer:
Please sign up via the online Signup Genius that we have set up as soon as possible if you are interested in coordinating your class gift. Donations items need to be ready by October 25th for the start of online bidding. Please feel free to contact us directly with any questions.
Please read the monthly Blog from our PE teachers, Mr. Valli and Mrs. Hill (click here)
Please help us share our love of soccer with other communities in need by donating your used soccer cleats. Cleats that are gently used and clean can be dropped off at donation bins. Click here more information.
Mark your calendars! The Newburyport Educational Foundation will be holding its Annual Lighthouse Auction on Saturday November 9th at Nicholson Hall. Every year, each classroom donates an item to be auctioned off the evening of the event. We are looking for a volunteer(s) from each classroom to coordinate this gift. This involves reaching out to your classroom parents, collecting voluntary donations to purchase items, and deciding what the class would like to donate.
Please sign up via the online Signup Genius that we have set up as soon as possible if you are interested in coordinating your class gift. Donations items need to be ready by October 25th for the start of online bidding.
Following is a direct link to the online Signup Genius:
Please read the important Snack Notice from our Nurses
Dear Bresnahan Parents and Guardians,
In order to provide a safe learning environment for all our students throughout the year, we need your help. There are students in our school who have If these students consume even a trace amount of the allergen they are at risk for anaphylaxis, a potentially life- threatening allergic reaction. Strict avoidance is the best way to provide a safe environment.
For this reason, we are asking that you do not send your child to school with snacks that contain any peanuts or tree nuts.
We understand that peanuts and tree nuts can be part of a very healthy diet. Students can bring in peanut or tree nut products for lunch.We have allergy sensitive tables located in the cafeteria. Only a student with a life-threatening allergy or a student who has purchased a lunch may sit at these tables.
Before sending in any food to be eaten in the classroom (snacks), please do the following:
Read the product label—do not send in foods that list nuts or peanuts as an ingredient or possible ingredient.
Send foods in their original packages. For foods that are not prepackaged, we prefer that an ingredient label is attached to the outside of a sealed zip lock bag (ask your child to bring the labels home so they can be reused).
Please remind your child not to share snacks or lunches. Although sharing is well intended by your child, it could have serious consequences. Sharing of food is not promoted at the Bresnahan School.
Thank you for making the Bresnahan Elementary School a safe, healthy and caring place for all students.
If you have any questions, please contact your school nurse. Thank you for your support and cooperation.
Nelson Lane, RN, Grades PK-Gr 1 phone: 987-465-4435 ext. 3127
Breakfast is now served in the cafeteria each morning from 8:05 to 8:20am. A full student breakfast includes a choice of entrée supplying protein and/or a grain, fresh fruit, chilled fruit or 100% fruit juice, and a choice of milk. Examples include bagels, fruit parfait, waffles, pancakes, french toast sticks, or cereal. The cost is just $1.75 or $.30 for those who qualify for reduced lunch.