Booth Hill SchoolPlease continue to save your Box Tops. Collection sheets will be coming home to help you save your Box Tops over the summer. Thank you to all who sent in Box Tops this year. The next Father's Club movie event will be held on Saturday, June 17, at 9:30 a.m., at Bow Tie Cinemas. Come and watch the new Cars 3 movie with us. The 3rd grade has their in-school field trip - Tipi Day, on Thursday, June 8. Celebrate K for all kindergarten parents will be Friday, June 9, at 1:30 p.m. Flag Day for all 3rd graders will be Wednesday, June 14. Booth Hill School's Night at the Ballpark will be Wednesday, June 14, at 7:12 p.m., with a rain date of Thursday, June 15. The 3rd grade Luau will be held on Friday, June 16. Awards Day will be Monday, June 19, and the last day of school will be Tuesday, June 20.Frenchtown SchoolKinderfest is on Friday, June 9 at 9 a.m. It is a full day for kindergarten students. More information will be sent home from your classroom teacher. Grade 1 has invited parents to a special celebration on Monday, June 12, to celebrate all the learning their children have done as 1st graders. Times are 9-9:45 a.m., Mrs. Shinnick; 10-10:45, Mrs. Mordecai; 1-1:45 p.m., Mrs. Gambardella; 2-2:45, Mrs. Rodrigues. Please be prompt so you don't miss anything. Invitations were sent home and parents do need to RSVP. Our Safety Patrol lunch will be on Monday, June 12, at 12:30 p.m., with Mike Bourque, their advisor. The grades 1 and 2 Awards Assembly will be on Tuesday, June 13, at 9 a.m. Teachers will be sending home invitations to parents. The Student Council luncheon will be on Tuesday, June 13, with Amy Alfano and Michelle Cretella, their advisors, at 12:30 p.m. Grade 3 will have their Flag Day concert at 9 a.m., on Wednesday, June 14. Fifth grade graduation will be on Friday, June 16, at 9 a.m. The luncheon for 5th graders and their parents will be at Vazzy's Four Seasons in Stratford immediately following. Information was sent home. The Awards Assembly for students in grades 3, 4 and 5 will be on Monday, June 19, at 9 a.m. Teachers will be sending home invitations to parents. June 19 and June 20 will both be legal day dismissals at 1 p.m. No lunch will be served. June 20 is the last day of school. Every Tuesday is Spirit Day. Students and staff wear blue and white and wear red, white and blue for Citizenship on the last Tuesday of the month. We are collecting Box Tops for Education. Send in your box stops to earn money for Frenchtown. If you order from Amazon, please consider ordering through Amazon Smiles and supporting Frenchtown. A portion of your purchase is donated back to the school. https:\/\/smile.amazon.com\/Middlebrook SchoolJune is a time for picnics and celebrations. Middlebrook Elementary School's 2nd graders will have their annual class picnic on Monday, June 12. The 4th graders will have their class picnic on Thursday, June 15. And the 5th graders will have their class picnic on Friday, June 16, at an off-site location to be determined. It's always a great day at Middlebrook when special guests visit the school. Special thanks to our Trumbull librarian who will be visiting the students in Middlebrook's 1st-3rd grades on Monday, June 12. On Tuesday, June 13, Ranger Mark will be visiting the kindergarten classes. Middlebrook's 5th graders will present their talent show on Thursday, June 15, in the evening. Lastly, everyone at the school will be celebrating on Wednesday, June 14, when 2016-2017 yearbooks will be distributed. For information, contact the school office at 203-452-4411.Sacred Heart AcademySacred Heart Academy, a Catholic school for girls in Hamden, recently presented the University of Rochester Xerox Innovator Award to Eunji Lee of Trumbull. Awarded jointly by the science, computer and math faculty, this award is presented to a junior who shows high motivation in innovation and information technology. Lee also received the Yale University Book Award, presented to a junior who exhibits a very high academic standing in a very challenging curriculum and has outstanding personal character and integrity and will be a serious candidate for a most competitive college.