Monday, September 16, 2019

News to Use - September 16, 2019

Dates to Remember     
Ice Breaker Night and Ice Cream Social, Thursday                   September 19, 5-7pm   
ALICE presentation for parents, HWRHS                                September 25, 6:30pm
No School, Teacher Professional Development Day               October 11
No School, Columbus Day                                                            October 14
School Picture Day                                                                         October 16
Parent/Teacher Conference Days, early release @11:15am   Oct. 29 & Nov. 5         (no lunches served)

School Picture Day Reminder 
School picture day is now on Wednesday, October 16th. Envelopes from O'Connor Studios will go home soon.  Please note that if there are financial concerns around ordering photos, please contact Ann Creilson via email, a.creilson@hwschools.net.  

Friendly Reminder
Please remember to fill out the Generic Permission Slip that went home recently.  Here is another copy of the form.  Thank you!

We publish the Cutler School "News to Use" at the start of each week here at cutlerschool.blogspot.com and will email the link every Monday afternoon. Please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions.

Icebreaker Night
Ice Breaker evening is scheduled for this Thursday, September 19 which includes both parents and students.  All teachers will be in attendance and ready to greet students and their families in classrooms from 5-6:15pm. The classrooms will be open for all, with plenty of information to share about the upcoming year. At approximately 6pm, ice cream will be available on the playground and all are welcome to stay to enjoy the social aspect of the evening. As usual, the ice cream is free and provided by the Friends of Cutler. We sincerely hope that every family will attend.

CORI/Fingerprinting
We recommend completing the CORI form found here  and on the Cutler website under the "For Parents" side tab if you are interested in chaperoning field trips or being a volunteer.  There is no cost to the CORI and it is a quick process. Simply bring the completed form to the Cutler office and Mrs. Parker will take a copy of your driver's license.  CORI's are good for 3 years.  If you would like to chaperone on field trips, then you will need to have fingerprinting done through this link. The information about fingerprinting is also on the website. Fingerprinting has a one time fee for volunteers and never expires.  Any questions, please call the office. Thank you!

Please see the following link: ALICE presentation for parents to learn more about the upcoming presentation. Local police, fire and school staff will be on hand to present information about the ALICE Active Shooter Response System and answer your questions. Join us to learn what the district has done to date and the plans for future training and practice in our schools.


Attention Gr. 4 & 5 families:
The Elementary Instrumental Program is offered to 4th and 5th grade students.  

We have had great success with this program, offering group lessons in a variety of instruments, an elementary ensemble for students with previous musical instruction, and an elementary chorus.  


The BCW Elementary Ensemble is directed by Michael Ferreira  Kendall Clark is the director of the BCW Elementary Chorus.  

On Wednesday, 4th and 5th grade students will see the instructors demonstrate their instruments. Learn more about these programs on our website.  Please note, if there are financial concerns regarding chorus or band, there are scholarships available. Please contact Ann Creilson, a.creilson@hwschools.net.

A message from the Health Office- Please see this link about illness guidelines.

HWRSD Wellness Fair Please see the following link: HWRSD Wellness Fair for information about the upcoming event at the Miles River Middle School on Saturday, October 5th.



Cutler Apparel Please be sure to submit your tee shirt orders by TOMORROW, Tues Sept 17th! If you have lost or never saw the order form in your child's backpack, you can view and download a new form on our website at www.friendsofcutler.com. We will be sure to deliver the tee shirts in time for the first School Spirit Day in October!! If you have any questions, please contact Sarah Olson at sarahpageolson@gmail.com or text (978) 394-7673 *best option.* This fundraiser is an easy and fun way to contribute your school, and we thank you for your support!

Icebreaker Night: Thursday, September 19th, after meeting the teachers and touring the classroom, we hope you will join us on the playground for a special ice cream treat!

School Store: The School Store will be THIS week Monday, September 16 – Friday, September 20th. Find us selling notebooks, pencils, pens, erasers, etc. in the Dining Room from 8:15-8:30.  Students may spend up to $3 – small bills and coins please!  Questions? Contact Nancy Waddell, nfwaddell@gmail.com

New Family Coffee:  Please join us at school Tuesday, September 24th at 8:30am for our New Family Coffee.  If you are new to the school it is an excellent opportunity to meet other parents and be welcomed into the Cutler community.  

Monday, September 9, 2019

News to Use - September 9, 2019

Dates to Remember     
Friends of Cutler - coffee meet and mingle  @ 8:30am             September 11
First Friends of Cutler Meeting @ 9am                                         September 11
Ice Breaker Night  5-7pm                                                                September 19, 5-7pm
School Photos                                                                                     September 24
ALICE presentation for parents, HWRHS                                September 25, 6:30pm
No School, Teacher Professional Development Day                  October 11
No School, Columbus Day                                                               October 14

Please see the following link: ALICE presentation for parents to learn more about the upcoming presentation.

Friendly Reminder
Please remember to fill out the Generic Permission Slip that went home recently.  Here is another copy of the form.  Thank you!

We publish the Cutler School "News to Use" at the start of each week here at cutlerschool.blogspot.com and will email the link each week. Please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions. We are all here to help!

News from the Health Office-Nurse Lynne Nardella
Please be sure to check your student for head lice regularly and check them for ticks daily, especially after outside play time. Thank you for your cooperation.  Lynne


Icebreaker Night
Ice Breaker evening is scheduled for September 19 which includes both parents and students.  All teachers will be in attendance and ready to greet students and their families in classrooms from 5-6:15pm. The classrooms will be open for all, with plenty of information to share about the upcoming year. At approximately 6pm, ice cream will be available on the playground and all are welcome to stay to enjoy the social aspect of the evening. As usual, the ice cream is free and provided by the Friends of Cutler. We sincerely hope that every family will attend.

2019-2020 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DIRECTORY
Today is the last day to submit your family information (name/address/phone number) in the Elementary School Directory, please see this link.  Thank you!

CORI/Fingerprinting
We recommend completing the CORI form found here  and on the Cutler website under the "For Parents" side tab if you are interested in chaperoning field trips or being a volunteer.  There is no cost to the CORI and it is a quick process. Simply bring the completed form to the Cutler office and Mrs. Parker will take a copy of your driver's license.  CORI's are good for 3 years.  If you would like to chaperone on field trips, then you will need to have fingerprinting done through Identogo. The information about fingerprinting is also in the link above. Fingerprinting has a one time fee for volunteers and never expires.  Any questions, please call the office. Thank you!

A Message from Mrs. Graham
The Learning Commons is back with new opportunities! Come visit us and check it out! This year, we are including a science and math station, in addition to the Library, Maker Space, engineering activities, and technology lab.  In addition, Students will be encouraged to research and create passion projects this year. It will be so much fun! 


Are there any parents who would be interested in volunteering in the Library this year? Students sometimes need help checking in and out books. Also, there are many books to be put back on the shelves. Please email Melissa Graham at m.graham@hwschools.net if you are interested in helping out in the Library this year. 


Finally, in order to create the most interesting and successful projects, we will need some materials for our Maker Space. If you have some recycling that would make a good material for a project, please send it in. Because we have some children who have food allergies, we can’t accept food boxes. However, game pieces, cardboard, foam, bubble wrap, spools,..... or any other recycling that you think would make a good mural or building material, would be appreciated in Maker Space. Thanks! 


Attention Gr. 4 & 5 families:
The Elementary Instrumental Program is offered to 4th and 5th grade students.  

We have had great success with this program, offering group lessons in a variety of instruments, an elementary ensemble for students with previous musical instruction, and an elementary chorus.  


The BCW Elementary Ensemble is directed by Michael Ferreira  Kendall Clark is the director of the BCW Elementary Chorus.  

On September 18th, 4th and 5th grade students will see the instructors demonstrate their instruments. Learn more about these programs on our website. 

HWRSD Wellness Fair Please see the following link: HWRSD Wellness Fair for information about the upcoming event at the Miles River Middle School on Saturday, October 5th.




Meeting: A reminder that our Meet and Mingle is on Wednesday, September 11th at 8:45 am in the Cutler cafeteria. Our monthly meeting will follow at 9:15am. All are welcome to attend to meet new families, reconnect with friends and hear all of the great things that FOC has in store this year and the ways you can be involved. We hope to see many of you there!

Volunteer: We are still looking for volunteers in many areas – Classroom Liaisons, Committees, etc.!  The Friends of Cutler would love your involvement.  Volunteer forms went home in welcome packets but can also be completed online at www.friendsofcutler.com. Simply click on “Volunteer Opportunities.” The link is also at:
There are many ways to be involved, and we look forward to another great year! We are extending the deadline to submit your form to Friday, September 13th

Directory: Today is the deadline to submit your information for the Elementary School Directory! If you wish to be included in the elementary school directory, please submit your information to https://forms.gle/j4HzKaQEw7E7qp6J8 


School Store: The School Store will be next week Monday, September 16 – Friday, September 20. Find us selling notebooks, pencils, pens, erasers, etc. in the Dining Room from 8:15-8:30.  Students may spend up to $3 – small bills and coins please! 
If a student cannot make the assigned day, he/she is welcome to come any other day.  Questions? Contact Nancy Waddell, nfwaddell@gmail.com

Cutler Apparel: The deadline for ordering Cutler School apparel is coming up! Order forms went home in the welcome packets and can be found online atwww.friendsofcutler.com. The order deadline is Tuesday, September 17th

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

News to Use - September 3, 2019

Dates to Remember
Kindergarten Orientation                                                              September 3
First Day for Kindergarten                                                            September 4
School Directory (optional) details below                                  September 9
Icebreaker Night                                                                              September 19, 5-7pm
ALICE presentation for parents, HWRHS                                 September 25, 6:30pm
No School, Professional Development Day                                October 11
No School, Columbus Day                                                             October 14

We are off to a great start! We look forward to kindergarten students starting tomorrow. Please know that this may delay buses slightly as they get used to the new routines this week. Give the bus a few extra minutes before starting to worry if it's late--it's most likely delayed as our youngest students learn how to navigate the buses. 

We will be adding signs to our entrances and exits within the next week or two. Please look for them, especially remembering to only use the center driveway as an exit, and entering at the driveway closest to the fields in almost all circumstances. We are hoping to add turning lanes at the exit onto Asbury Street, which may help us empty the parking lot more quickly in the afternoons. Stay tuned!

Please see the following link: ALICE presentation for parents to learn more about the upcoming presentation.

Friendly Reminders
If your contact information has changed over the summer, please contact Katie Parker at the Cutler office as soon as possible (k.parker@hwschools.net). We will need updated street and email addresses as well as phone numbers to use in case of emergencies. It is very important that we have multiple emergency contacts to use in case we can't reach parents directly.

Please note that updated bus routes and stops will be posted on the district's website (www.hwschools.net) under the district information tab. If you have any questions, please contact the district at transportation@hwschools.net.


The Absent/Tardy line is: 978-468--8472. Please leave a message each day if your child is going to be absent or tardy for school. Lynne Nardella, our school nurse, tracks attendance each morning.



Please remember:
§  Adult supervision on the playground begins daily at 8:15am
§  School begins at 8:25 am


§  Dismissal is at 2:57pm. Wednesday dismissal is at 12:45pm.

We publish the Cutler School "News to Use" at the start of each week here at cutlerschool.blogspot.com and will email the link each week. Please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions. We are all here to help!

News from the Health Office-Nurse Lynne Nardella
Welcome back everyone! I'm hoping to have a healthy start to our school year.  Just a few things to help us ease back into school.  Please remember to send medications and EpiPens with a trusted adult.  Please be sure to check your student for head lice regularly and check them for ticks daily, especially after outside play time. Thank you for your cooperation.  Lynne

Safety Drills

Today we had our first fire drill to help students practice moving quickly and quietly in the event of an emergency. They all did a great job exiting the building safely and finding a quiet place to account for everyone on the playground. We will continue to practice drills throughout the year together.


Icebreaker Night
Ice Breaker evening is scheduled for September 19 which includes both parents and students.  All teachers will be in attendance and ready to greet students and their families in classrooms from 5-6:15pm. The classrooms will be open for all, with plenty of information to share about the upcoming year. At approximately 6pm, ice cream will be available on the playground and all are welcome to stay to enjoy the social aspect of the evening. As usual, the ice cream is free and provided by the Friends of Cutler. We sincerely hope that every family will attend.

2019-2020 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DIRECTORY
Each year the Friends of Buker, Cutler, and Winthrop compile a school directory for your convenience. In addition to student contact information, the directory includes school information (staff, class lists, school calendar, etc.) and Friends information (officers, fundraisers, room parents, etc.)  Directories are distributed in October in both paper and PDF format.  Inclusion in the directory is completely optional, but most families find it a very helpful resource in connecting with others in all three elementary schools. The directory is intended solely for the personal use of Hamilton-Wenham elementary school students and their families; any other use is strictly prohibited.

If you would like to be included in the 2019-2020 Directory, please visit https://forms.gle/j4HzKaQEw7E7qp6J8 to complete a short and simple online form.  The deadline to complete the form is next MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9.  Please note that completion of this form will constitute permission to include your information in the 2019-2020 Directory.  If you do not complete the online form, your family will not be included in the directory.

We welcome volunteers to help us proofread the draft directory in September, which always benefits from a fresh set of eyes.  If you have any questions or would like to volunteer to proofread, please email Anna Siedzik at annaisiedzik@gmail.com or Bethany Wright atbethanyswright@gmail.com

Final note:  If you prefer NOT to be included in the directory, please contact Anna or Bethany so that they know your family has opted not to participate.

A Message from Mrs. Graham
The Learning Commons is back with new opportunities! Come visit us and check it out! This year, we are including a science and math station, in addition to the Library, Maker Space, engineering activities, and technology lab.  In addition, Students will be encouraged to research and create passion projects this year. It will be so much fun! 


Are there any parents who would be interested in volunteering in the Library this year? Students sometimes need help checking in and out books. Also, there are many books to be put back on the shelves. Please email Melissa Graham at m.graham@hwschools.net if you are interested in helping out in the Library this year. 


Finally, in order to create the most interesting and successful projects, we will need some materials for our Maker Space. If you have some recycling that would make a good material for a project, please send it in. Because we have some children who have food allergies, we can’t accept food boxes. However, game pieces, cardboard, foam, bubble wrap, spools,..... or any other recycling that you think would make a good mural or building material, would be appreciated in Maker Space. Thanks! 
Please see the following link: HWRSD Wellness Fair for information about the upcoming event at the Miles River Middle School on Saturday, October 5th.








Directory: Each year, the friends of Buker, Cutler and Winthrop compile a school directory for you. In addition to student contact information, the directory includes school information (staff, class lists, school calendar, etc.) and Friends information (officers, fundraisers, classroom liaisons, etc). If you wish to be included in the elementary school directory, please submit your information by Monday, September 9th to https://forms.gle/j4HzKaQEw7E7qp6J8 

Volunteer: One of the greatest gifts you can give is your time!  The Friends of Cutler would love your involvement.  Volunteer forms went home in welcome packets but can also be completed online (by Monday, September 9th) at www.friendsofcutler.com. Simply click on “Volunteer Opportunities.” There are many ways to be involved, and we look forward to another great year!



Meeting: The Friends of Cutler will be hosting a Meet and Mingle on Wednesday, September 11th at 8:45 am in the Cutler cafeteria. Our monthly meeting will follow at 9:15am. All are welcome to attend to meet new families, reconnect with friends and hear all of the great things that FOC has in store this year and the ways you can be involved. We hope to see many of you there!

Cutler Apparel: Is your child new to Cutler and wanting to show his/her school spirit? Or has (s)he had a growth spurt over the past few months and is no longer fitting into that Cutler t-shirt that was way too big just a year or two ago? Whatever the reason, if you are looking for a new Cutler t-shirt, now is the time to order! Order forms went home in the welcome packets and can be found online at www.friendsofcutler.com. The order deadline is Tuesday, September 17th.


Monday, August 26, 2019

News to Use - August 26, 2019

Dates to Remember
Kindergarten Playdate                                                    TODAY, August 26, 3pm
New Student Visit                                                                           August 27, 2:30pm
New Student Playdate                                                                    August 27, 2:45pm
First Day of School, Grades 1-5                                                    August 28
Kindergarten Visit                                                                           August 29
Kindergarten Orientation                                                              September 3
First Day for Kindergarten                                                            September 4
School Directory (optional) details below                                  September 9
Icebreaker Night                                                                              September 19, 5-7pm
No School, Professional Development Day                                October 11

We cannot wait to greet students tomorrow in first through fifth grade on the first day of school, Wednesday, August 28. We will welcome students at 8:15am on the playground. Lunch will be served and students will be dismissed at 12:45pm. The bus routes are changing daily to keep up with our new student registration, please double check your information here.


New students
We have several new students in grades 1-5, and welcome all of them to visit Cutler tomorrow at 2:30 to meet their teachers and see their classrooms. Returning students are welcome to stop by and join in on the new student playdate at 3pm. 

New staff
We have a handful of new staff members joining us this year, and some familiar faces in new places! Melissa Graham will be in the learning commons this year, teaching library/media classes. And don't worry, fifth graders, she'll still be leading String Jam! Annie (Thornburg) Drewes is back from Buker School! Annie will be our reading specialist here at Cutler. Liz Brown is new to us, joining our special education teaching team. And Kelly Farrell will be teaching second grade. We are so excited to have all of these amazing team players in place as we start the new year.

Thank you
A special heartfelt thanks to our dedicated parent volunteer Juliana McWilliams, who spent this past weekend reviving our Cutler School sign! The Cutler cardinal and school color red make the old tired sign look brand new. It's a beautiful red background with gold letters and a friendly Cardinal will look over children's shoulders for their first day pictures!

Summer Learning
I have loved hearing about your children’s learning this summer!  It's not too late--please drop me an email message or send along a picture that shows their learning outside of school. Our students have been busy reading, swimming, visiting places they learned about in school, and having FUN!

End of Summer Reminders
If your contact information has changed over the summer, please contact Katie Parker at the Cutler office as soon as possible (k.parker@hwschools.net). We will need updated street and email addresses as well as phone numbers to use in case of emergencies. It is very important that we have multiple emergency contacts to use in case we can't reach parents directly.

Please note that updated bus routes and stops will be posted on the district's website (www.hwschools.net) under the district information tab. If you have any questions, please contact the district at transportation@hwschools.net.


The Absent/Tardy line is: 978-468--8472. Please leave a message each day if your child is going to be absent or tardy for school. Lynne Nardella, our school nurse, tracks attendance each morning.



Please remember:
§  Adult supervision on the playground begins daily at 8:15am
§  School begins at 8:25 am


§  Dismissal is at 2:57pm. Wednesday dismissal is at 12:45pm.

We publish the Cutler School "News to Use" at the start of each week here at cutlerschool.blogspot.com and will email the link each week. Please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions. We are all here to help!

Icebreaker Night
Ice Breaker evening is scheduled for September 19 which includes both parents and students.  All teachers will be in attendance and ready to greet students and their families in classrooms from 5-6:15pm. The classrooms will be open for all, with plenty of information to share about the upcoming year. At approximately 6pm, ice cream will be available on the playground and all are welcome to stay to enjoy the social aspect of the evening. As usual, the ice cream is free and provided by the Friends of Cutler. We sincerely hope that every family will attend.

2019-2020 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DIRECTORY

Hello School Families!  

Each year the Friends of Buker, Cutler, and Winthrop compile a school directory for your convenience. In addition to student contact information, the directory includes school information (staff, class lists, school calendar, etc.) and Friends information (officers, fundraisers, room parents, etc.)  Directories are distributed in October in both paper and PDF format.  Inclusion in the directory is completely optional, but most families find it a very helpful resource in connecting with others in all three elementary schools. The directory is intended solely for the personal use of Hamilton-Wenham elementary school students and their families; any other use is strictly prohibited.

If you would like to be included in the 2019-2020 Directory, please visit https://forms.gle/j4HzKaQEw7E7qp6J8 to complete a short and simple online form.  The deadline to complete the form is MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9.  Please note that completion of this form will constitute permission to include your information in the 2019-2020 Directory.  If you do not complete the online form, your family will not be included in the directory.

We welcome volunteers to help us proofread the draft directory in September, which always benefits from a fresh set of eyes.  If you have any questions or would like to volunteer to proofread, please email Anna Siedzik at annaisiedzik@gmail.com or Bethany Wright atbethanyswright@gmail.com



Final note:  If you prefer NOT to be included in the directory, please contact Anna or Bethany so that they know your family has opted not to participate.

Tuesday, August 20, 2019

News to Use, August 20, 2019

Dates to Remember
Kindergarten Playdate                                                                   August 26, 3pm
New Student Visit                                                                           August 27, 2:30pm
New Student Playdate                                                                    August 27, 2:45pm
First Day of School, Grades 1-5                                                    August 28
Kindergarten Visit                                                                           August 29
Kindergarten Orientation                                                              September 3
First Day for Kindergarten                                                            September 4
Icebreaker Night                                                                              September 19, 5-7pm
No School, Professional Development Day                                October 11



Dear Cutler Families,

The summer has flown by and we are finalizing our preparations for the opening of school on August 28. The pace at Cutler never fully slowed this summer, as we hosted summer school for students across the district and our office colleagues who were displaced from Winthrop due to construction. Our floors have been waxed, everything has been cleaned, and this week teachers are back to make their spaces beautiful and ready for students.

I hope this note finds you enjoying the last few days of summer with your children. It was a summer of learning again in my own family this year as my kids learned how to surf, swim in deeper water, and ride their bikes around our small neighborhood block. Each of these activities required me to continue to let go a little bit and allow them to test their independence.  Next week they will both get on the school bus together, a bittersweet day that seems to have come so fast that I am not quite prepared for it.

I cannot wait to hear about your children’s learning this summer!  I would love for families and students to drop me an email message or send along a picture that shows their learning outside of school. Our teachers are also learners and took professional development classes this summer on topics ranging from trauma-informed teaching, supporting reading foundational skills, and writers workshop. Several Cutler teachers also read professional books (What School Could Be, In Search of Deeper Learning, Building Schools 2.0 and Timeless Learning) along with colleagues from across the district, writing each week to share their thinking and new ideas with each other. 

This summer I continued to spend a lot of time reading and learning with my district colleagues, focusing on how to best support our culture of learning, both inside and outside of our school walls. Teachers start their official school year next Monday and will be spending most of the day with Will Richardson, an author and consultant I have been working with since the spring of 2018. Will is passionate about ensuring that all learners needs are met within the context of modern learning. Our hope is that he will provoke reflection and wonder about what deep and powerful learning can look like in our school district. He will be back to work with teachers during our professional development day on October 11 as well.

One event that strengthens our school community and we are looking forward to again this year is our Ice Breaker evening on September 19 which includes both parents and students. We know that the children are longing to introduce their parents to their teachers and want to show off their classrooms. All teachers will be in attendance and ready to greet students and their families in classrooms from 5-6:15pm. The classrooms will be open for all, with plenty of information to share about the upcoming year. At approximately 6pm, ice cream will be available on the playground and all are welcome to stay to enjoy the social aspect of the evening. As usual, the ice cream is free and provided by the Friends of Cutler. We sincerely hope that every family will attend.

Some of you may have noticed caution tape on our front playground over the past week. In a playground safety inspection this summer, it was determined that our oldest piece of equipment, the beige and blue structure out front, is at the end of its usable life. To keep students safe, it will be removed this week. Luckily, we have been slowly replacing other aging individual structures and will still have climbers, a slide, the rock wall, monkey bars and swings to enjoy out front. In addition, our student-led Designing Recess Experiences And Magical Spaces HW EdFund grant from 2018 has provided us with other features such as the large chess set and Run Across America on the front playground. The Friends of Cutler are looking forward to working with the school district to replace the structure, and we hope to have that in place as soon as possible. The Friends’ Ski, Skate, and Board Sale revenues should help us get this equipment in place sooner rather than later (mark your calendars and please volunteer in any way you can--this year’s sale is the weekend of November 16).

We cannot wait to greet students (who are all a little taller than we remember!) in first through fifth grade on the first day of school, Wednesday, August 28. We will welcome students at 8:15am on the playground. Kindergarten students will join us for visits on August 29 and September 3, with their first official day of school on September 4. We are so excited to be learning again with your children!

Looking forward to seeing you all soon,
Jenn Clifford



End of Summer Reminders
If your contact information has changed over the summer, please contact Katie Parker at the Cutler office as soon as possible (k.parker@hwschools.net). We will need updated street and email addresses as well as phone numbers to use in case of emergencies. It is very important that we have multiple emergency contacts to use in case we can't reach parents directly.

Please note that updated bus routes and stops will be posted on the district's website (www.hwschools.net) under the district information tab. If you have any questions, please contact the district at transportation@hwschools.net.

The Absent/Tardy line is: 978-468--8472. Please leave a message each day if your child is going to be absent or tardy for school. Lynne Nardella, our school nurse, tracks attendance each morning.


Please remember:
§  Adult supervision on the playground begins daily at 8:15am
§  School begins at 8:25 am

§  Dismissal is at 2:57pm. Wednesday dismissal is at 12:45pm.

We publish the Cutler School "News to Use" at the start of each week here at cutlerschool.blogspot.com and will email the link each week. Please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions. We are all here to help!