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Former NFL Player Speaks To Students

Former NFL player, Mark Harrison, recently visited students at Nichols Elementary School for an all-school assembly. Harrison grew up in Stratford and played football at Bunnell H.S. He went on to play college football at Rutgers before being drafted by the Chicago Bears. He also played for the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs. Harrison's son, Jordan, is a student at Nichols. His message to students touched on anti-bullying, setting goals, and doing well in school. He also talked about his new flag football league, FlagU starting in the Spring, 2019.

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Nichols - Winterfest

Save the Date! Parents, guardians, and families please join us on Tuesday, December 18 for Winterfest 2018 - a Fine Arts Celebration to welcome in winter. All grade levels and students will be performing. Our performance for families with last names M-Z starts at 9:15 a.m. and the performance for families with last names A-L starts at 1:15. We look forward to seeing you! This year's dances can be found on the Nichols PhysEd Depot page, http://www.youtube.com/c/NicholsPhysEdDepot1.

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The Kindness Rocks Project

One message at just the right moment can change someone's entire day, outlook, and life!

In September, Nichols students created Kindness Rocks in their Art classes. These inspirational rocks will be "planted in two rock gardens; one located in front of the school's main entrance and the other, in the back of the school as part of the recently installed memorial garden.

Learn more at https://www.thekindnessrocksproject.com/

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Crayola ColorCycle - Turn Markers Into Energy

Nichols has begun participating in Crayola's ColorCycle program devised to turn used markers into energy. Students and staff will be collecting used markers that are ready to be discarded. The markers will be sent to a facility where they will be converted into clean fuel. This fuel can be used to power vehicles, heat homes, cook meals and more!

Please help support our efforts by reminding students to deposit any used markers in the classroom or from home – even non-Crayola brands – into drop-off boxes located in the faculty lounge, main office and each of the kindergarten rooms.

Contact Julie Cola for more information.

Learn more at http://www.crayola.com/colorcycle

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