Rollins Events

Mayor Rivera with Rollins students and staff

Mayor Daniel Rivera came to the Rollins School to view the magnificent St. Patrick's Day parade float the staff and students created.  The tree represents the Rollins School celebrating it's "125th Birthday" this year (1892-2017)  "STILL GROWING AFTER ALL THESE YEARS"........

Students in front of all their donations

The Rollins School collected 310 items to donate to the Lazarus House as part of the DESE ELL Pilot Program. Thank you for all your support!!

During our unit of study of water in Ms. Avolio's preschool class, the students were curious about bridges. Bridges have always been important because they allow people to travel over canyons, rivers and streams. We learned that some bridges are small, while other bridges are very long. When exploring bridges, we first thought bridges seemed like a simple structure, but they’re actually quite complex. The students used their imagination when building and drawing bridges in our class. 

Veteran playing trumpet for students

The Rollins School had a special visitor today, Nov., 9, 2016.  Mr. Dean Thayer, who was a Sergeant in the U.S. Air Force spoke to the students regarding Veteran's Day and played Taps on his bugle.

THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR VETERANS!!

Student voting in Rollins poll

Today, November 6, 2016 in Mrs. Avolio's Preschool Class, they had a mock election. The students had to choose between Mario, an environmentalist who loved nature, and Sara, who did not care about the environment (she was caught littering), but she promised if you vote for her she would make sure all kids could have cookies and candy everyday! Sara received 7 votes and Mario only 5.