Magliocco Messages – 9.8.14

From: Jeannine Magliocco-Henry Barnard School Principal <>
Date: September 08, 2014 4:00:01 PM
Subject: Principal’s Message from HBS

Bulletin # 5

Magliocco Messages 
from HBS
Hello HBS Families, 
I hope this message finds you well and enjoying the end of a fine Monday. There is quite a bit of new information in this memo. Please read and archive for your records.
back-school-bus.jpgProvidence Buses 60 and 64
I am happy to report that today is the first day that Providence buses 60 and 64 will officially run the new routes. I have been assured that the St. Augustine’s stop has been eliminated from both routes. Please call me if you have any continuing concerns whatsoever. I can be reached at the school at 456-8623 or at our emergency number beyond school hours if I am not at the school at 536-2005.
Car Port:
Our new system for parent pick-up will be in effect Monday, September 15.
All families will be receiving 3 colored window signs with their child’s name on it. They will be laminated copies. Upper school (3-5) signs are yellow and lower school (Pk-2) signs are green. Each family will get 2 signs that are yellow or green and one sign that is orange. Orange signs are for individuals who are authorized to pick up your child(ren). Their IDs will be checked if our Teacher Associates are not familiar with them. Please give that orange sign to another individual who is authorized to pick up your child (eg, grandparent, nanny, friend). If you require more than 1 orange sign, let us know and we will produce an extra one for you.
Please be prepared to follow these guidelines as we roll out the new system, which should save time and increase safety:
  • Be courteous.
  • Be aware of children.
  • DISPLAY YOUR STUDENT CARD in your vehicle dash

(only official copies from the office will be accepted)

  • Never leave your car running when you are not in the vehicle.
  • Never park in the driveway during the times of 7:30a.m. to 8:00a.m. OR 1:45a.m. to 2:00p.m.
  • Always take your keys with you when leaving your vehicle.
  • Never leave children unattended in your vehicle.
  • Ensure your child’s seat is attached correctly, according to the specifications of your seat.
  • Always have your child in the back seat, and please buckle your child in.
  • Park in designated areas only.
  • Be prepared to show your ID, or park to come in the office to make sure we know who you are.
  • Please have patience.
Mr. Tiernan, the RIC officer who directs traffic, will allow 5 cars into the carport area at a time. The teacher associate will have already facilitated the identification of who is being picked up by simply reading the student card on the dash of each car. This will help us expedite your child to you safely and efficiently. Then, all 5 cars can drive away pretty much at the same time, allowing 5 more cars to enter.


   I’d like to remind families that HBS learners DO have school tomorrow, September 9, Primary Election Day. There WILL be busing for our Providence Students, but there will NOT BE Statewide busing. Projecting into November, there WILL NOT be school at all on November 4, Election Day.
Remember every vote counts!!!
 Is your child interested in learning to play a String Instrument? The Rhode Island College Strings Project at HBS teachers will hold 2 assemblies in the afternoon tomorrow, September 9, in order to introduce students to a variety of String Instruments. This HBS “Extra” is coming soon–the after-school Strings Program! Information will be coming home tomorrow to all 2nd through 5th grade students. You are welcome to attend if you wish. The 2nd and 3rd graders’ assembly will be held 1-1:30 pm and the 4th and 5th graders’ assembly will be held 1:30-2:00 pm.

CURRICULUM NIGHT is this Thursday,September 11 from 6-8 pm.
Please join us for a presentation in the cafeteria to start the evening. We look forward to seeing you there!
HBS Faculty and Staff
Mrs. Donna Adler–First Grade
Mr. John Arango–Tech. Ed.
Mrs. Sara Blessing–School Nurse
Mrs. Jessica Borges–First Grade
Ms. Karen Bucci–Fourth Grade
Ms. Sue Massey–Cafeteria
Mrs. Marybeth Cannon–Interventionist
Mrs. Karen Capraro–Second Grade
Ms. Lorraine Downes–Teacher Associate
Mrs. Fatima Guerra–Teacher Associate (short-term substitute)
Mrs. Sharon Hellmann–Spanish
Mrs. Sarah Hess–Fifth Grade
Mr. Paul Janaway–Assistant Principal and Physical Education
Mr. Jay MacCubbin–Music
Mrs. Jeannine Magliocco–Principal
Ms. Christina Marcozzi–Explorations
Mrs. CJ Meehan–Teacher Associate (long-term substitute)
Mrs. Lori Millette–Teacher Associate
Dr. Chris Mulcahey–Art
Ms. Kelly Mullaly–Teacher Associate
Mrs. Michelle Nonis–Second Grade
Mr. Stan Oldstein–Third Grade
Mrs. Elizabeth Orton–Pre-School
Mrs. Lyn-Su Otto–Interventionist
Mrs. Cheryl Paul–Pre-School
Percoco–Fifth Grade
Perry–Teacher Associate
Mrs. Gemma Riccio–Teacher Associate
Ms. Julie Richardson–Guidance
Mrs. Bonnie Ripstein–Kindergarten
Ms. Jennie Schwab–Third Grade
Mrs. Sue St. Amand–Administrative Assistant
Mrs. Holly Nagib–Library Media Specialist
Mrs. Lynda Thompson–Fourth Grade
Mrs. Elaine Walsh–Kindergarten
Mr. Mark Young–Explorations

The website will go live in roughly 1 week!!!!

 The Henry Barnard School Flu Clinic will be held October 20, 2014, 2:30–6:00 pm in the cafeteria.
 We appreciate your attention to our new policy, which does not allow food into school for birthday celebrations. Due to severe food allergies and increased health and wellness awareness, we will offer alternatives to celebrating with food. Thank you for your cooperation.



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Jeannine K. Magliocco, M.Ed., NBCT
Principal and Department Head
Henry Barnard School at Rhode Island College
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