Apr 30, 2013
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Print and deliver with $5 via children's green folders OR if a community member, mail to Carlton School, 10 Skerry Street, Salem, MA 01970.
MAY 1: Gift card Gulu Gulu
MAY 2: Bath & Bodyworks Gift Bag
MAY 3: 2 Cinema Salem Tickets
MAY 6: Bill & Bob's Gift Card
MAY 7: Harrison's Gift Card
MAY 8: Orange Leaf Gift Card
MAY 9: Red Sox Tickets
MAY 10: 2 Cinema Salem Tickets
MAY 13: Cut & Color with Michelle of The Color Company
MAY 14: Pamplemousse Gift Card
MAY 15: Rouge Gift Card
MAY 16: One-month Membership to Dragon Within Mixed Martial Arts
MAY 17: Orange Leaf Gift Card
MAY 20: Coffee Time Gift Card
MAY 21: Summer Beach Basket
MAY 22: Laura Lanes Skin Care Gift Card
MAY 23: Captain Dusty's Gift Card
MAY 24: Front Street Coffee Gift Card
MAY 27: Puma Accessories Gift
MAY 28: What's Brewin Cafe (Beverly) Gift Card
MAY 29: Children's Books Basket
MAY 30: The 99 Restaurant Gift Card
MAY 31: Village Tavern Gift Card
Apr 3, 2013
A dedicated group of teacher and parent volunteers worked tirelessly to make February's production of Willy Wonka Jr. a success. The E1 reporters at the Carlton Sun interviewed a few of the volunteers last month; there were many more who helped, too.
By Hawthorne Riordan; Reporting by Mickaylah Eliuk and Hawthorne Riordan; Staff Photo
Mrs. Aldrich was the music director in Willy Wonka Jr. She used the P.A. system for sounds. She made background music with eight kids with eight mics and cd music for the music. She also made Stephanie scream so loud in front of the audience. She helped paint the background, too.
By Alex Reid; Photo Credit: Alex Reid
Beth Forrestal is a parent at Carlton School. She put together the playbill, organized the concessions, and helped with the raffle and concessions. She made $814.75 for the theater company. She got snacks because she said, "I will make a big profit."
By Dominic Sarcione; Photo Credit: Dominic Sarcione
Gina is a parent. She was the director of Willy Wonka. She is 36 years old. She came up with Willy Wonka because he was the inventor of a special candy. She picked the kids by making them audition, sing, and read the script.
By Aileen Perez; Photo Credit: Aileen Perez
Judith Nunez is connected to Carlton because she has two children and their names are Adam and Lila. Judith Nunez made $800 selling flowers and food. Judith's favorite candy is Cadbury Mini Eggs.
By Aniecia Capel and Autumn Cook; Staff Photo
Mrs. Sarcione is connected to the Carlton beacuse her son is in third grade at Carlton. She is a parent at Carlton. For the Willy Wonka play she did the costumes. Her favorite colors are purple and yellow for the Lakers. She love spending time with her family.
For the costumes, she bought some and found some in her closet. She pinned the costumes together. Her favorite costume was the Oompah Loompahs for the Willy Wonka play.
Mar 27, 2013
The E1 students have been delving into the Picturing and Writing program. They learn art techniques to create a painting, then write about the pieces using rich, descriptive language. Check out the photos of the students learning how to draw different kinds of ground lines, them painting land and sky using the technique of crayon resist.
---Mrs. Critch, Mrs. Morgenstern, and Ms. Rodgers
Mar 13, 2013
Carlton students had the great honor of participating in the Salem Public Schools' "Art CAN Make An Impression" show, held at the Peabody Essex Museum. This show was a collaborative effort between all of the Salem elementary schools. Students all across the city learned about the great Impressionist painters and how their work and innovative style changed the art world forever. There was beautiful artwork to see, fun family activities, and all proceeds from the event went to help the Harvest of Hope Food Pantry here in Salem.
Mrs. Bouffard, Art
Inspired by Théophile Steinlen's Tournée du Chat Noir
Pizza Box Masterpieces by E2
LEFT: Inspired by The Goldfish, Henri Matisse. RIGHT: Inspired by Self-Portrait with a Hat by Paul Gaugin (E1)
LEFT: P1 Dot Monograms inspired by Georges Seurat.
RIGHT: Independent Impressions by Amber Grant (E2), Elias LeFleur (E2), Jisleny Soto Gill (E2), Ismael Guzman Rodriguez (P2), Ava O'Neill (E2), Jonathan Bik (E2), Marina Cormier (E2)
LEFT: Still lifes inspired by Paul Cézanne (E2). RIGHT: Perspective Cafes (E2)
Mar 6, 2013
The Carlton Theater Company gave three marvelous performances of Willy Wonka Jr. before February vacation. Thanks to all who participated, our first play was a smashing success!
(Photo Credits: Aniecia Capel/Carlton Sun, MIckaylah Eliuk/Carlton Sun, David Guarino/Parent, Aileen Perez/Carlton Sun, Alex Reid/Carlton Sun, Hawthorne Riordan/Carlton Sun, Dominic Sarcione/Carlton Sun, Lilian Sarcione/Parent)
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