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 Welcome to our Parent's Page.  We would like to thank our parents as they are
an integral part of our program.  In addition to planning for their own children,
they share their knowledge of effective resources and are available to parents
who are new to our program.  Open communication is vital to our success!

 

 

We are excited to start another year and look forward in keeping in close communication with all of you. Remember the motto, "Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress and working together is success." Let us all have a wonderful, successful, and safe 2012-2013 school year!

 

 

 

NOVA ELEMENTARY PROGRAM

CLASSROOM CONSTITUTION

 

We the people, in order to form an ideal classroom and establish attentive listening, mutual respect, appreciation, no put downs, participation, the right to pass and safety, do ordain this Constitution forour class

    Article I:     Attentive Listening

We will listen with our ears, eyes and hearts.

          Article II:    Mutual Respect

                   We will treat others the way we want to be treated.

          Article III:   Appreciation/No Putdowns

We will speak kindly to others and think of other people's feelings.

        Article IV:    Right to Participate/Pass

We have the right to pass in certain activities, but know that the more we participate, the more we gain.  

        Article V:     Safety

                We will always think of safety first.

NOVA ELEMENTARY’s Collaboration with Villano

The NOVA Elementary staff works closely with the Emerson staff to acclimate our students into the student body in both academic and social areas. This year the school is focusing on encouraging positive behavior which is being accomplished in a variety of ways. Each day begins with singing the Villano School song, The Villano Wayand reciting,

The Villano Promise: The Learner’s Creed

I believe in myself and my ability to do my best at all times. Because I am responsible for my life and for all of my actions:

I will listen, I will see, I will speak, I will feel, I will think, I will reason, I will read, I will write.

I will do all these things with one purpose in mind: To do my best and not to waste this day,

for this day will come no more.

 

Opportunities to do the right thing are modeled for our students every day, by their families, by their classmates, and by their teachers. We remind them every day in every way how doing the right thing is a choice. The choice to have strong character and help others is the teachable gift we give to our youngsters. The great thing about this is they can carry this gift with them at all times. As we enter another fantastic learning year, we’d like to invite you and your children to participate with the staff at Patrick M. Villano Elementary School in an activity to promote good character traits and school wide unity. Please encourage your child to wear the below listed colors on the first and last Tuesdays of each academic month to show that Villano school is filled with students of good character:

  • September:Wear CAVO colors to represent “BEING AN UPSTANDER”
  • October: Wear pink to represent “RESPECT”
  • November: Wear brown to represent “THANKFULNESS”
  • December: Wear yellow or orange to represent “ACCEPTING DIFFERENCES”
  • January: Wear blue to represent “KINDNESS”
  • February: Wear red to represent “BEING AN UPSTANDER/COURAGE”
  • March: Wear green to represent “MANNERS”
  • April : Wear white or your favorite sports team jersey to represent “BEING A TEAM PLAYER”
  • May: Wear purple to represent “OPEN MINDEDNESS”
  • June: Wear tie dye to represent our “CELEBRATION OF CHARACTER”
 

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