We raised $400 at the Bemis Farms Fall Fundraiser! Thank you to everyone who participated.
Our October Dairy Queen WB fundraiser brought in $175. Thanks for enjoying dinner and treats while raising money for the PTO!
The Great Pumpkin Contest and Fall Festival raised $1215!
The Meadow Farms Fundraiser brought in $3813, so far. Did you miss the deadline? You can order online through 12/14/18! Check out the catalog here.
In lieu of a December PTO meeting, we will be taking a break from the hustle and bustle of a very busy season, and just spending some time relaxing, chatting, eating, and drinking! Join us for a Moms’ Night Out at the Black and White Grille in Spencer, at 6:30 pm on Thursday, 12/13. Please click here to RSVP. If you don’t have facebook and would like to join us, please RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We will need a headcount by 12/7.
All parents are welcome and encouraged to join us at our open meetings. Meetings (generally) take place on the first Wednesday of the month, at 6:30 pm, in the Naquag school library. Childcare is provided. You do not need to pay, sign up, etc., to be a member of the Naquag PTO, all you need is a child that attends our school!
Meeting Schedule (generally the first Wednesday of the Month):
- 1/9 (second Wednesday)
Check out our facebook page for information on meetings and events!
Head to Amazon Smile and add Naquag PTO Inc as your charity of choice. Every time you shop on Amazon Smile, Naquag will earn a percentage of the money you spend!
Add yourself to our Sign Up Genius email list to be notified when we need volunteers, supplies, baked goods, and more! There is no commitment when you sign up!
Meet Wiser, our school mascot.
What are the origins of Wiser’s name? On December 22, 1686, a group of five Native Americans purchased a large parcel of land called Naquag. “Naquag” was a general name for the territory now comprising Rutland, Oakham, Hubbardston, Barre and parts of Princeton and Paxton. Possibly the same as Naiyag, meaning “an angle or corner,” and used by the Native Americans as a boundary. (Naig, ‘ point corner. ‘) One of the Native Americans who purchased the land was James Wiser, also known as Qualapunit.
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