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Stop & Shop and Washington S.T.E.M. Elementary School in Lynn, Massachusetts, Open School Food Pantry to Fight Food Insecurity Among Students

October 23, 2019 – In an effort to reduce hunger among students in the communities it serves, Stop & Shop, neighborhood grocer for more than 100 years, has donated $10,000 to help launch a school food pantry at Washington S.T.E.M. Elementary School in Lynn, Massachusetts.
 “We’ve established a food pantry in the school building that will give our Washington families convenient access to food that will meet basic needs. We hope to break down barriers and help reduce one stressor that the families encounter: hunger,” said Anthony Frye, Principal of Washington S.T.E.M. Elementary. “Thanks to Stop & Shop’s generosity, we are able to help reduce hunger in the community of Lynn – which will ultimately help our students to perform their best.”
Stop & Shop has provided the school with $10,000 worth of gift cards, so that they can shop for the specific products that local families need most. School personnel will use the gift cards to purchase the products at local Stop & Shop stores to stock the school’s food pantry.
“We’re so glad to be able to help the educators at Washington S.T.E.M. provide students and families with food here in Lynn,” said Jennifer Brogan, Director of Community Relations for Stop & Shop. “Our goal with the new Stop & Shop School Food Pantry program is make sure students don’t have worry about where their next meal is coming from.”
Members of the surrounding community can also join in the cause by donating non-perishable goods in a designated donation bin for Washington S.T.E.M. at the Stop & Shop store located at 35 Washington Street in Lynn.

About Stop & Shop

A neighborhood grocer for more than 100 years, today’s Stop & Shop is refreshed, reenergized and inspired, delivering new conveniences for customers. Committed to helping its communities enjoy better food and better lives, Stop & Shop has a longstanding history of giving back to the neighborhoods it serves with a focus on fighting hunger and helping children to enjoy a healthy lifestyle. The Stop & Shop Supermarket Company LLC is an Ahold Delhaize USA Company and employs nearly 60,000 associates and operates over 400 stores throughout   New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. To learn more about Stop & Shop, visit www.stopandshop.com.  

Value of the Month: Cooperation

Your family is the most important “team” that you will ever work with!

To be successful everyone in the family needs to:

• Respect each other’s space and belongings
• Listen to each other
• Do chores at the right time and with a good attitude
• Learn how to work out problems without fighting
• Communicate well so that everyone knows what is happening
• Spend time together as a family
• Celebrate each other’s successes
• Support each other through sad times
• Learn to share

Did You Know?

The routine of the school day is important for students. They know the main purpose for being in school is to learn and that routines are in place precisely to help them focus on that learning. When students are repeatedly tardy, these routines are disrupted. Arriving after 8:15 AM can throw off their whole morning or even their day, especially if being late made the trip to school stressful.

If getting to school by 8:15 AM is a challenge for your family, you will need to make changes to your morning schedule at home in order to get to school on time. During the winter, students take longer to get ready because of coats, boots and hats. Setting your alarm for 15 minutes earlier could be all that is needed to ensure students are here to meet the teacher by 8:15 AM. This adjustment can help ensure that all students have a great start to their day



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Welcome to the Washington S.T.E.M. Elementary School

Our mission at the Washington S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Elementary School is to cultivate a community of lifelong learners equipped for the 21st century.  Teachers, students, families, and the community will work collaboratively to make our school a safe, exploratory environment to foster the development of the whole child. 

As a member of the Washington S.T.E.M. Elementary School, I will….

  • Treat all people with respect and courtesy
  • Be ready to learn
  • Explore math, science and technology
  • Commit to do my best
Washington S.T.E.M. Elementary School Information

Our School Information and Resource Links
Grades Offered K - 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5
Phone (339) 883 - 1414 - Our New Number
Fax (339) 883-1415
Address - Map Link 58 Blossom Street, Lynn, MA 01902
School Day Monday - Friday - 7:45 AM to 1:45 PM
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School Council Page Current School Year
School Improvement Plans 2019 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
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School Staff and Teacher List For 2019-2020

Our School Staff List
Our Phone (339) 883-1414
Fax (339) 883-1415
Principal Anthony Frye
Pam Frazier
Parent Liaison
Noris Trejo-Sanchez
Program Specialist Elizabeth Crowley-Burns
School Nurse To Be Announced
Adjustment Counselor Erin Kelter
Social Worker Brittany Hockman
Psychologist Antonio Romero
Custodian Wanda Kilroy

Our School Teacher List And Online Classroom Links
Erika Ridgway Kindergarten Teacher Room 07
S. Sam Aide Room 07
Michael Brown Kindergarten Teacher Room 08
J. Rosario Aide Room 08
Amy Hubert Kindergarten Teacher Room 09
Eileen Robbins Aide Room 09
Grade 1
Jacklyn Blanchette Grade One Teacher Room 02
Meghan Shulman Grade One Teacher Room 03
Deborah Jamieson      Grade One Teacher Room 04
Grade 2
Carol Aceto Grade Two Teacher Room 06
Jennifer Smith Grade Two Teacher Room 05
Stephanie Ahern Grade Two Teacher Room 15
Grade 3
Laurie Haggy Grade Three Teacher Room 17
Brittani Winn Grade Three Teacher Room 18
Rebecca Sargent Grade Three Teacher Room 19
Grade 4
Larry Lodgen Grade Four Teacher Room 14
Diana Watson Grade Four Teacher Room 11
Alexandra Dixon Grade Four Teacher Room 20
Grade 5
Nicole Small Grade Five Teacher Room 16
Megan Tallmadge Grade Five Teacher Room LS
Holly Travis Grade Five Teacher Room 13
Ms. Mandel Art Teacher Art Room
Stephanie O'Brien Art Teacher Art Room
CIT - Reading
Ashley Bowden Reading Teacher Reading Room
Lois Bairstow Reading Teacher Reading Room
Joyce Bell Reading Teacher Reading Room
Samantha Laroe Reading Teacher Reading Room
Patty Marcus CIT CIT Office
Ungraded Teachers
Erin Robbins Teacher Room S-01
Paula Breed Aide Room S-01
Brooke Bergeron Teacher Room S-10
Jackie Kulakowski Aide Room S-10
Allison Kench Teacher Room S-12
Lacey Curaco Aide Room S-12
ESL Specialists
Amanda Brock ESL Specialist ESL Office
Nicole Chandler ESL Specialist ESL Office
Erin Flynn ESL Specialist ESL Office
Natalie Martinez ESL Specialist ESL Office
Beth Webber ESL Specialist ESL Office
OT- Speech
Kassie Zukowski Speech Specialist  
Georgio Broufas Music Teacher Music Room
Shawna Buettner Music Teacher Music Room
Ed Hudson Music Teacher Music Room
Physical Education
Steve Beaulieu Physical Ed. Teacher Gym
Shawn Sheehan Physical Ed. Teacher Gym
Special Education
Sara O’Shea Special Ed. Teacher Float
Krysta Roy Special Ed. Teacher Float
Diana Gustowski Special Ed. Teacher Float
Laura Crossman Special Ed. Teacher Float
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Welcome to the Washington School Council Webpage
School Council Members and Meetings - School Year 202- -2021
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New Members Soon!  
Meeting Dates and Agenda Meeting Minutes  
September 17, 2019    
October 22, 2019    
December 17, 2019    
February 11, 2020    
May 12, 2020    
About School Councils
A school council is a representative, school building-based committee composed of the principal, parents, teachers, community members and, at the secondary level, students, required to be established by each school pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 71, Section 59C.

It is important to note the School Council plays an advisory role in assisting the building principal to organize and implement a School Improvement Plan which not only addresses the areas in which the school intends to comply with the requirements of the Educational Reform Act, but also how the school intends to meet those system-wide goals and policies adopted by the school committee. Membership will consist of the principal, teachers, parents, students and community members.

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Photos "Science From Scientists" Program November 2019
Photos Washington S.T.E.M Solves Problems! November 2019

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