eRPDS September, 2019
"I am not afraid of STORMS, for I am learning to sail my ship!"
- Louisa May Alcott
Letter from the Director
Dear Redeemer Community,

Our students and faculty are beginning to settle into the school year, and new faces and routines are starting to feel familiar. We are thrilled to have our building and playground full of children’s laughter, curiosity and energy. A new school year is always full of promise and wonder about what lies ahead.

Upcoming Events & Office Notes
Car Pool Reminder:
If cars are waiting on Charles Street to enter the carpool line, cars heading north should alternate with cars heading south to enter. We appreciate your help in alleviating a build-up of cars on Charles Street.

Fire Alarms:
We have been experiencing extra fire drills as dust from the church's elevator project is tripping the alarms. We are reassuring our students that it is just practice, and the teachers and students are doing a great job exiting the building in a timely fashion. Most importantly, they helped us prepare for our annual unannounced fire drill and visit from the fire department, who is always amazed at how quickly PDS can evacuate our building!

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Monthly PDS Values

PDS School Rules:
Be Kind
Be Safe
Have Fun


Fill Your Bucket!
A Fly on the wall...
What's happening in the classrooms?
Mrs. Smith’s & Mrs. Vandenberg’s Kindergartens
We have such a great group of kindergartners this year! It seems like any anxieties about the “newness” of school have disappeared. We are having lots of ...

Program Highlights
Team Marvel

It's a bird, it's a plane, it's Team Marvel! Our very own school superheros (AKA Pre-first), led by Boomerang Barta, swooped into school today to teach everyone all about the school rules. Be sure to ask your little ones more about our exciting morning!

Wine & Cheese Party

Friday, September 13's fall weather was the perfect backdrop for our annual Wine & Cheese Party. It was a wonderful gathering of our community. Thank you to Emily DeLosky, Whitney Martel and Caroline Smith for organizing such a fun evening!