Month: March 2017

World Languages Day – March 8, 2017

FLES Performance:An update from Sra. McKenzie: Nottingham Knights made us proud! Only in their third year since FLES was implemented at Nottingham, our Knights did a great job at reciting poetry, performing a skit, and singing a song for the World Languages Day at the Arlington Career Center on Wednesday, March 8. Second graders Emery, […]

Principal’s Notes from Nottingham – March 13, 2017

One of the very best reasons for having children is to be reminded of the incomparable joys of a snow day.                   Susan Orlean Dear Parents/Guardians, Mr. Koutsouftikis and I join everyone in eagerly awaiting the likely possibility of a snow day!  During this afternoon’s Principal’s Reading Group, I solicited Snow Day Advice from my fifth […]

Odyssey of the Mind Results are In!

Ms. Moore, Third Grade Mountaineers teacher, reported on the Nottingham Knights experience in the 2017 Odyssey of the Mind NOVA East Regional Competition on March 4, 2017: “Our five teams had a great time. The team that participated in Problem One (Catch Us if You Can), placed 10th in their division.   The other four teams did Problem Five (Superhero Cliffhanger).  One […]

Principal’s Notes from Nottingham – March 9, 2017

Regarding:  Curb and Sidewalk Repair Work on N. Ohio Street Dear Parents/Guardians, I wanted to bring your attention to the fact that curb and sidewalk repair has begun on N. Ohio Street as of this morning. Today the contractors started their work early even though Nottingham Administration had been assured they wouldn’t begin until 9:30 […]

February 27/March 6

We are celebrating National Read Across America Day, also known as Dr. Seuss Day on March 2nd.  If you could read with anyone in America, who would it be with, and why? Example: I would read with New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady.  Tom Brady analyzes other football teams’ game plays, so I think he would […]