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Continental Math League 2017-2018

Continental Math League 2017-2018

  Grade 5: Aradhya Jalan, Matthew Kalarickal, Yuvraj Kapoor, Aarav Modi, Noah Scrofani, Aarushi Sharma, Scott Targowski Grade 4: Alexis Abellard, Caden Christopher,...

Congratulations to Samantha Petiprin!

Congratulations to Samantha Petiprin!

 Zoo names Trumbull girl as Trot Chair Trumbull fifth grade student Samantha Petiprin has been named the honorary chair for the Beardsley Zoo’s inaugural Tiger...

Art Room ~ Mrs. Grabinski ~ May 2018

Art Room ~ Mrs. Grabinski ~ May 2018

Happy May to all our Tashua families! Our little artists have been very busy. Here are just a few completed projects: 4th Grade: Picasso portraits. Tempera paint...



Ear Discomfort in Children Ear discomfort is a common complaint reported by children during allergy season. Children may report a stuffy or plugged up feeling in...


P.E. ~ MS. GIBSON ~ May 2018

Students in PE have been working hard for our JDRF event! The “J” in JDRF stands for jump! We’ve been learning all kinds of different ways to jump! Besides...

A Note From Music ~ Mr. Cohen ~ May 2018

A Note From Music ~ Mr. Cohen ~ May 2018

Dear Parents and Guardians, The time has come for our 5th grade Spring Concert! The students are excitedly awaiting their morning school performance at Tashua,...



Third grade is deep into their biography report. Students started taking notes and will continue their research in May. Fourth grade is starting internet safety....



It’s May, time to show what we know! Throughout the building, students will soon begin working on culminating activities for academic celebrations that showcase...



Noetic Math Contest In April, several of our mathematicians from Tashua Elementary School competed in the Noetic Learning Math Contest. The Noetic Learning Math...

Principal’s Proud Board ~ May 2018

Principal’s Proud Board ~ May 2018

Principal’s Proud Board The following students have been highlighted on the Principal’s Proud Board this month for their fine accomplishments in school. Kindergarten:...


Updates from the Principal


May 2018

May 2018

Thank goodness spring has finally sprung! It is so nice to be able to welcome the warm weather. Our students continue to work hard each and every day; they are showing pride in their work and a passion for learning! Most exciting is the growth that I am seeing them make in the area of writing. Our students are actively engaged in their writing tasks and are motivated to work on elaborating their writing by expressing their opinions and adding details. They are reflective of the progress they are making and are diligently using the student rubrics to set goals for further improvement.

For the past two weeks, our grade 3-5 students have been taking the SBAC assessments. With each session, the students have demonstrated perseverance as they remained focused and have worked diligently to show their work, explain their answers and provide evidence to support their responses. We are extremely proud of their efforts!

As a school community, we continue to work on helping our students to gain a deeper understanding of the character traits we value at Tashua School. Every two months, one of the letters in the T.I.G.E.R. acronym has been highlighted.  From now until the remainder of the school year, we will be focusing on the character trait of RESPONSIBLITY. We will continue to ask the children to think about their actions and to make good choices all day, every day. As students go about their days, we will recognize them for exhibiting these positive behaviors in school.

You can support us at home by helping your child establish responsibility and independence as they work to develop self-sufficiency skills. Research shows that when children start to develop self-sufficiency at an early age, they are more likely to become successful, independent adults.  More and more often, young adults are returning to live back at home with their parents. In fact, A Pew Research Center study found that nearly a quarter of 25- to 34-year-olds are living with their parents or grandparents, up from 11 percent in 1980.

Madeline St. Jacques, a New Jersey-based certified parent and family coach states that, “It’s never too young to start teaching self-sufficiency skills.” At an early age, children can help with meal prep, laundry, pet care, packing their lunch boxes, cleaning their room and begin doing their homework independently. “We want our kids to be happy, and we want to spare them discomfort,” St. Jacques states. “But if we rescue them too early and too often from the safe, everyday struggles, we’re denying them opportunities for growth.”

Kids love to feel proud of their accomplishments whether it is for picking out an outfit or completing a task; they need to reach for attainable goals that allow them to feel good about themselves each and every day.

In addition to these academic and social goals, we continue to focus our efforts on helping our students to strengthen their Emotional Intelligence. Students are participating in classroom lessons and mindfulness activities to enhance their social interactions and personal skills.

We thank you for your continued support for our work at Tashua School!

Mrs. Neumeyer



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Our goal is $12,000 As of November 1 - we have $2,375

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Current volunteer opportunities include: Book Fair, Kindergarten Bus Rides, Picture Day Log in to My School Anywhere to sign up for these volunteer opportunities.

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  • 90 Min. Delay: 10:05am – 3:20pm
  • 2 Hour Delay: 10:35am – 3:20pm
  • 2.5 Hour Delay: 11:05am – 3:20pm
  • Early Dismissal: 8:35am – 1:00pm
  • LUNCH IS NOT SERVED on Planned Early Closings (dates that are pre-planned as stated on District Calendar)
  • LUNCH IS SERVED on Unplanned Early Closings (half-day due to weather, etc.)