Date: March 19, 2019
Underhill students and their families are invited to attend the Literacy Celebration on Thursday, April 4, 2019 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm. We have a variety of fun activities planned for the students including the annual Scholastic Book Fair. Our mascot, Fred, will also be making an appearance! There is no cost for Underhill families with the exception of the Book Fair and Bake Sale. Please see the flyers attached for more information about the Literacy Celebration and the Book Fair. We hope you can join us!
Date: March 13, 2019
On Monday, March 25th, children's author Eric Bennett will be visiting with Kindergarten (AM + PM) and Grade One students. He will be reading of his two most recent books, Noodles' & Albie's Birthday Surprise, and Noodles' & Albie's Mermaid Parade. We are very excited to have Eric here to talk about and read from his award winning, fun penguin-themed picture books. If you are interested in purchasing signed copies of any of the Noodles & Albie books, attached is the order form. Order forms and accompanying checks payable to Penguin Place need to be returned to school on or before...
Date: March 12, 2019
Have you been wondering where Fred, the Underhill School mascot has been these last few months? Here is a clue: What do bears do in winter? They hibernate! The good news is Fred has awoken from his deep sleep in the great north woods of NH and is now on his way back to Underhill School. The more books Underhill students read during the reading challenge the quicker Fred will return. Fred was last spotted at Story Land! Keep reading and stay posted as we follow Fred on his journey back to Hooksett.
Date: March 06, 2019
Fred is making his way back to Underhill School. He needs everyone to keep on reading so he can get back to us again!
Date: February 24, 2019
A recent social media challenge directed at children and young adults, called the “Momo Challenge,” is creating concern throughout the country. The purpose of this letter is to make you aware of this challenge and urge you to monitor your children’s use of social media and games. The “Momo Challenge” can be found on Facebook and/or through the “WhatsApp” (a free smartphone messaging application) and is disturbing in nature. The “challenge” involves a frightening avatar making contact with a child from an unknown number or name. The child is asked to perform various small tasks and then escalates to more serious...