Friday, October 28, 2022
Dear Watertown Public Schools Faculty, Students, and Families,
See below to enjoy fun filled photos from around the district this week!
Have a great weekend Watertown,
Important Date and Happenings
November 2 - Chromebook Shut Down Day
November 8 - Election/Referendum Day, No School for Students. Conferences.
November 10 - Early Dismissal for Parent Teacher Conferences
November 11 - Veterans Day, Schools Closed
November 18 - WHS Homecoming at Grand Oak Villa
November 23 - Early Dismissal, Start of Thanksgiving Break
November 24-25 Thanksgiving Break
Festive Events in and Around Town
October 28 - A Tribute to Remember the late Coach Roger Ouelette, WHS 5PM
October 28 - Judson PTO - Wolves and Witches Walk, 6-8PM
October 28 - Watertown Library Scavenger Hunt, All Day & Cartoon, 3:30PM
October 30 - Parks and Recreation Jack-o-Lantern Carving Contest, 4-5PM
October 31 - Watertown Library Halloween Storytime and Crafts, 10:30AM
November 24 - WHS vs. Torrington Football, 10AM @ WHS
Click here for an important message from TAHD regarding halloween
Click here for a Tech Team reminder regarding ‘Chromebook Shutdown’ on November 2
Celebration of Diwali
Also known as the "Festival of Lights", Diwali is one of the largest celebrations of the year for our Hindu families. Diwali is observed over five days (this year beginning October 24) and includes festive events that include fireworks, parties, and the exchange of gifts with friends and family. In observance of Diwali, clay oil lamps known as 'diyas' and candles are lit and placed around homes to recognize the significance of this special celebration. To those in our community who observe Diwali, we wish you a wonderful week of celebration!
To learn more about Diwali, click below for additional information.
Quote of the Week
“What can be cracked, made, told, and played?” ~ Ms. Martin, Judson Elementary School
Answer: A joke!