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So many thanks to PE Teacher Maggie Schack and Friends of Buker (led by Alex Mahan) for a hugely successful 2022 Field Day. Additional thanks to the many parents who came to run the stations and cover the lunch/recess needs.  The beautiful weather lent itself to a very fun day.


Parents are welcome to come to the Move Up Day Assembly, Friday, 6/17 at 1:45pm in the auditorium. We will acknowledge our 'graduating' fifth graders, and celebrate the rising grade levels for our other students.




Ski Bradford:  Get ready! Registration is open for 4th and 5th graders this season. Registration opened Oct. 11 and is on a first-come, first-served basis.

**Due to the continued labor shortage, we have been unsuccessful in our attempts to secure enough transportation to restore this program to its pre-covid size. We are disappointed we will be unable to offer this program to the middle school this year. We will continue our attempts to bring back this program, in its entirety, when we can secure enough transportation. Thank you for your understanding and patience.**

    International Human Rights Day!


    The Hamilton-Wenham Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) 

    Autism 102: What's Next

    Tuesday, November 8th from 7-8:30pm

    via ZOOM

    A Workshop for Parents of Diagnosed Children/Teens/Young Adults (through age 22)

    The Hamilton Wenham SEPAC is pleased to bring AANE (Asperger Autism Network) via ZOOM for this virtual presentation. Families are often unsure what to do upon learning their child or teen has an autism diagnosis. Whether handed a report with dozens of recommendations or leaving a clinician’s office with none, this workshop will give you tools and ideas for a path forward. Topics include crafting a vision for your child and your family to help with decision making, figuring out the “right” services, getting started with educational advocacy, public support, respite, and more.

    Registration Link:


    The Hamilton-Wenham Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) 

    Parents Rights Workshop

    Monday, November 14th from 6 – 8pm

     via ZOOM

    The workshop will be presented virtually via ZOOM by Tracey Morgan, a special education advocate. Everyone must register via the Zoom link in order to receive the meeting link and presentation materials for this workshop.


    This workshop will provide a comprehensive introduction to special education laws and procedures. We will cover the purpose of the law, referrals, evaluations, and the team meeting process including determining eligibility.  You will also learn what to do if the student is not eligible and the parent’s procedural due process rights for resolving disputes. The Federation for Children with Special Needs hosts additional parent workshops on topics such as “Transition Planning” and “Understanding the IEP”. Dates and times of all Federation-sponsored events can be found on their website:


    Registration Link:

      Upcoming Dates

      August 31: 

      First day of school for Grades 1-5 (dismissal at 12:45p)








      Please join us for our November monthly meeting, Wednesday 11/30 at 630 in the High School Conference Room. All are welcome, come learn how you can help support the arts in town. We hope to see you there! 

      Friends of the Arts November Meeting