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Dear Centerville Families,
We hope you are all keeping up with your May calendar.  Things are moving quickly, and there is much excitement packed into our weeks.  The reading festival is keeping us going with highly competitive challenges and students working together throughout the school!  Encourage a little down time with a book during these busy Spring days.
It's another packed week at Centerville this week.  The Reading Festival continues.  We will have a group of former Centerville students visit us to answer questions from 4th and 5th Grade students about life in the middle school.  Fourth Grade will have two field trip experiences this week, there will be a Family, Math & Science Night on Tuesday, and our week will end will an early release day on Friday 5/25 (lunch will be served).  On Friday we will organize a school-wide clean-up event for all students, and we will have a flag ceremony in observance of Memorial Day.  We will be asking to borrow a few tools for our service event- please keep an eye out for information.
Have a great week everyone!
Take care,
Julie Smith, Principal

Message from Mayor Cahill's Office:
Dear Beverly Public School Parents and Guardians,

The City of Beverly is partnering with our school Administration and school PTOs in an effort to promote more children walking, biking, taking the bus or carpooling to school. To this end, we have created an online survey to gather information on the transportation methods you typically use to get to and from school. This survey will take less than 5 minutes to complete and your input will be invaluable in furthering efforts to make getting to school safer and smarter for everyone. As a special bonus, those who complete the survey are welcome to leave their name and email address at the end of the survey to be entered into a raffle to win a $25 gift card to a local Beverly restaurant. Thank you very much for your time.

Start the Survey by clicking here:  https://goo.gl/forms/tfJlHy6AUSRqbqGJ2

(In this survey, there are questions specific to elementary school students, middle school students and high school students. If you do not have a student at a particular school, please skip that section of the survey.)