…presented by the Castlewood Family Players!
Due to popular demand, there will be TWO shows!
Saturday, June 24th at 3:00pm
Sunday, June 25th at 3:00pm
This show will surely be super great, so please be sure to SAVE THE DATE!
For advance ticket orders ($1 discount per ticket!), click here
Tickets are $4.00 each at the door.
Castlewood’s Annual Father’s Day Sale will take place on
THURSDAY, JUNE 15th & FRIDAY, JUNE 16th
Students may purchase their own Father’s Day gifts for Dad, Grandpa, Uncle(s), Godfather or other special men in their life!
Prices range from $2 to $10 each; proceeds benefit the students of Castlewood through our PTA!
If you are available to volunteer, please print, complete and return this FD Sale Volunteer Form
There are a bunch of happenings at Castlewood in June. Please mark your calendar accordingly!
June 6th: FAMILY ARCHITECTURE/ART SHOW NIGHT
June 8th: No School for Students
June 9th: FIELD DAY
June 10th: “Dad’s” Day Adventure
June 12th: No School for Students
June 13th: Fifth Grade Trip to Club Getaway
June 17th: Family Theater Day
June 20th: Pre-K Moving-Up Ceremony at 9AM
June 21st: Kindergarten Moving-Up Ceremony at 9AM
June 23rd: 5th Grade Graduation Ceremony at 9AM
June 24th: Seussical Performance
June 25th: Seussical Performance
June 26th: SCHOOL CLOSED
June 27th: Last day of PS186’s After School Program
June 28th: Last day of school; 11:40AM DISMISSAL
The KC raised $450 for The Red Nose Day Fund!
Second grade KC members learned about child poverty and worked hard to spread the word around Castlewood. Students made posters and AM morning announcement speeches to encourage students and staff to contribute to the Red Nose Day Fund.
All the money we collected went directly to providing help to kids that really need it. We are SO PROUD to have raised $450. We wore our noses with big smiles on May 25th – partly because it felt silly, but mostly because we NOSE that our kindness changed the lives of others.
Thank you to all who donated!
Congratulations to all of last week’s K-2 Math Bee participants. You were 100% amazing!
The Kindness Committee had a surprise in store for the third, fourth, and fifth graders that woke-up this morning feeling nervous about the ELA test. Students and teachers were lined up, pom-poms waving, chanting a very important message:
“Don’t sweat the test! Just try your best!”
Nerves subsided as students walked through and aisle of colorful pom-poms and received high-fives and good luck wishes.
Once a month, Castlewood’s Kindness Committee visits Centerlight Senior Center to spread kindness to the seniors that spend their days there. These senior-junior relationships have brought great joy to both parties. While seniors delight in the children’s energy, enthusiasm, and acts of kindness, the students experience the intrinsic value of performing kind acts for others and make new connections about life, their elders, and their community.
On our most recent trip, Kindness Committee members shared a book about friendship. Senior-junior partnerships than discussed themes within friendship, including stories from their own life experiences. Groups then enjoyed a friendly game of Family Feud. Fun was had by all!
Enjoy these photos from our experience!
Literacy Week at Castlewood included so many wonderful spirit days and reading activities. We have revamped our love of books, and got to meet author Judith Casely. The photos below are a wonderful way to capture all of the amazing events, such as PJ read alouds and buddy reading day.
Special thanks to Judith Casely, Mrs. Restrepo, Ms. Rowe, Ms. Iskaros, & all of our wonderful volunteer readers who helped to make Literacy Week a bug success!