NOV 16 Pep Rally - sponsored by Fiske PTO
NOV 21 Slipper Day - Half Day
NOV 22-23 NO SCHOOL - Thanksgiving Break
NOV 29 Parent Math Night - presented by Fiske
DEC 6 Bingo Night - sponsored by Fiske PTO
FISKE PEP RALLY!
Friday, November 16
6:30 - 8:30 pm
WHOO'S got school spirit! Join us for the annual fall PTO fundraiser to support Fiske Programs. This crazy, fun night includes:
- interactive DJ (with prizes!)
- photo booth
- Coloring Contest
- Games and Activities
- Spiritwear Pop-up Store
Come dressed in blue and yellow or wear your HOOT spirit gear!
BUY ADVANCE TICKETS ONLINE AT: PEPRALLY.
Adults: Free (although an adult must accompany children)
Children: aged 4 and under are FREE
Children: $10 advance ticket, $15 at the door
Your admission will include a Fiske 2018 wristband!
FISKE PEP RALLY - VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Please support the event by volunteering to help at the Pep Rally!
We will need helpers at the different stations such as admission, food, photo booth and more. AND don't forget you can relive your own school experience by being Hall Monitor! (Yes, you get to give orders!!) You can sign up for all the areas at
We are also looking for LHS students for assistance with the Pep Rally. They can sign-up
and receive community service hours.
We Look Forward to Seeing You Here!!
Are you in need of new items to help show your school spirit?
We will contact you to deliver purchased items at school or send home in your child's backpack.
FISKE GREEN TEAM EXPANDS TO ALL DAYS!
Join the Green Team! The teame supports the kids as they sort their recycling, composting, and trash into the correct bins at EVERY LUNCH ALL WEEK! Don't worry on knowing
how the composting works at Fiske? We will teach you! It's super easy.
There are two shifts: 11:15 am - 12:30 pm and 12:30 pm - 1:45 pm.
for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Friday!!
Grade 5 : 11:05 - 11:30 am
Grade 1 : 11:30 - 11:55 am
Grade 4 : 11:55 - 12:20 pm
Grade 2 : 12:20 - 12:45 pm
Grade 3 : 12:45 - 1:10 pm
Kindergarten - 1:10 - 1:35 pm
BINGO NIGHT - sponsored by PTO
6:30 - 8:00 pm
Mark your calendars for our annual Bingo Night! A great night for friends, fun and prizes!
THANK YOU FROM THE GREEN TEAM
The green team would like to thank Bella Gayeva, Jill Kunchala, Lesslie Levitan, Nobu Ota, Nadine Tassabehji, Reema Barmecha, Chirsty Yu, Tsai Wang, Yoko Kono, Yi Jhang, Sue Chae, Maggie Eaton, Tsaichieh Wang, Katsue Heginbotham, Bua Semapakdi, Marisa Kearney, Shikma Kinsbruner, Michelle Oldershaw, Cynthia John and Ramani Varanasi for helping students compost and reduce the amount of trash produced in the month of October!
New Legacy Cultural Center
Lexington Town Services and Housing Costs Survey
The Town of Lexington is asking residents for your input on issues that affect us all: town services and affordability of living in Lexington. By completing the linked survey, you responses will be used, in aggregate with all other respondents, to inform town policy decision makers. The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.
Community Endowment of Lexington - Seeking Volunteers
Looking to get involved in our community? Want to give back to Lexington? The Community Endowment of Lexington (CEL) is currently looking to expand its roster of wonderful volunteers, and we welcome you to join our efforts.
CEL enhances the quality of life for all Lexington citizens now and in the future.
We are a permanent grant-making source that supports community needs, and provides ways for donors to give back and leave a legacy to our community. CEL funds programs and services that help make life healthier and more enjoyable for all members of our community in the areas of health and human services, arts and culture, the environment, and community building. CEL encourages grant applications from nonprofit organizations and town agencies that bring innovative thinking to issues facing Lexington, MA. Learn more at
CEL is seeking volunteers to aid in all aspects of our work, including social media (helping to promote CEL, manage our social media platforms, etc.) and fundraising (helping to organize our Corporate Giving program).
For more information, please contact Mary Ann Sorel
or Kimberly Hensle Lowrance
Town of Lexington Transit Study
Thursday, Nov. 29
2:00 - 3:30 pm Lexington Community Center
7:00 - 8:30 pm Cary Hall
The Town of Lexington is engaged in a Transit Study with the towns of Bedford and Burlington. We would love for people living and/or working in any of the towns (so all residents, employees, and people of all ages, including students who travel independently) to take the survey:
FAQs and other info for the Transit Study are noted on the same link you go to for the survey.
If people would like more details on the Comp Plan, they can visit:
Shut Up about Your Perfect Kid
- workshop on wonders of imperfection
Thursday, Nov. 29
7:00 - 9:00 pm
Patty and Gina, imperfect sisters, and authors of
Shut Up About Your Perfect Kid, A Survival Guide for Ordinary Parents of Special Children, present a humorous and heartwarming workshop for parents. Using hilarious anecdotes and fun exercises (no Spandex required), the sisters will show attendees how to let go of the expectations they have for their children and embrace the reality.
Cosponsored by the Lexington SEPAC/SEPTA and the Lexington Community Coalition Partners. Visit
for more information about special education programming and resources.
Cary Library's 150th Celebration - Save the Date!
Saturday, March 23, 2019
7:00 - 11:00 pm
Lexington's Cary Memorial Library is turning 150 years old in 2019. To commemorate this milestone year, the Cary Memorial Library Foundation is hosting a 150
Anniversary Gala Celebration.
The evening will include dancing to the music of the band Acoustic Roadshow, feature special performances, showcase spaces within the library, and offer a variety of food and drink. More information: carylibrary.org/foundation/150