On May 3, PES hosted families at a reception for a regional traveling art show that featured the work ten PES artists and several artists in grades k-12 from surrounding communities.
About 40 regulars join us most Friday mornings for Footwork Fridays. The brisk walks from the Family Dollar Store parking lot to school start at 7:15, with the last departing around 7:45. We invite more kids and families to join us.
On Friday, March 30, first graders read their books to family members who visited for the Authors’ Tea.
On March 7, PES the sixth-grade class took the official UNH tour. It’s never too early to think about college.
WMUR meteorologist Kevin Skarupa visited with fifth graders at PES on Monday, March 3.
Fourth-grade students in Ms. Bass’s and Ms Wilson’s classes were treated last Friday to a visit from historian, Bonnie Marshall, of the New Hampshire Historical Society, Dr. Marshall shared original and contemporary artifacts from New Hampshire’s Native Americans, the Abenaki. Students have been studying the Abenaki lifestyle as part of New Hampshire history.
Photos by Anna Colon-Pagan, a PMHS student.
On Wednesday, January 18, PES third graders led a whole school morning meeting on the theme of cooperation.
Pittsfield Elementary School students collected 697 items and more than 700 pounds of non-perishable food for their annual pre-Thanksgiving food drive.