Events for the CSS Community: May 2-6

Events for the CSS Community: May 2-6

Check out all the terrific events happening this week!

Teacher Appreciation Week – May 2-6

Walking Wednesday – May 4

Art Night – May 4

Book Fair – May 4 & 5

The Scholastic Book Fair will take place Wednesday, May 4 and Thursday, May 5 during the school day (8:15-4:00) and in the evening (6:30-8:45) during Art Night (on Wednesday, May 4). If you would like to send money with your child, students will be visiting the Book Fair with their classes either on Wednesday or Thursday.  Otherwise, students can make a wish list.  Parents are also welcome to shop during the school day on Wednesday and Thursday.

PTO Meeting – May 5

The next PTO Meeting will be on Thursday, May 5 at 7 pm in the library. Free babysitting is provided.   The three candidates for School Committee, Marcy Kaplan, Emily Smith-Lee, and Valerie Vigoda, will be speaking.  This is a great opportunity to hear directly from the candidates before the town election on May 17. We hope you can join us!

Mother’s Day Plant Sale – May 6

The Mother’s Day Plant Sale will take place Friday, May 6. Plants from Wards will be on sale to every student at CSS for only $1 per plant. In order to ensure that there are enough plants for everyone, there may be a limit of plants that each student can buy.  Remember to send your child to school with money for the plant sale.  Please contact Beth McLaughlin or Irina Gott with any questions.

Jamnesty – May 7

Come join Amnesty International at Jamnesty 2016 Saturday, May 7, from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm at Lake Massapoag. Jamnesty is an event held every year at Sharon’s Lake Massapoag. Filled with food, music, and fun, it has become a fixture in Sharon High School and the Sharon community on the whole. This year, we will be donating the money raised to UNHCR, specifically the Syrian Arab Republic. UNHCR, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, is one of the leading organizations protecting refugees and their rights. The UNHCR protects refugees seeking asylum or in need of help around the world. The Syrian Arab Republic is currently hosting refugees, asylum seekers from Iraq, and millions of internally displaced people.

Live Performances: Pitch Please; Joshua Lam, Alison Hamilton, Jake Fahy, & Natalie Passov; Miles Warren; Dan Cetlin; Melissa Fine; 2nd Precinct Jug Band; Brotherhood of Grace; Eliana Miskey; Kyetes Heller; Sebastien deCarbonnel & Yona Simonson; The Radio Club; and other friends!

Great Food: Hotdogs, Hamburgers, Veggie Burgers, Pizza, Crêpes, Chips, Candy, Baked Goods, Popcorn, Soda, Ice Cream, and more!

Fun Activities: Frisbee, Volleyball, Music, Dancing, Holi Arts and Crafts, Henna, Tie- Dye, Obstacle Courses, Games with Prizes, and more!

Sharon Green Day – May 7

On Saturday, May 7, from 12:00 to 4:00 on High St in Sharon Center (between the Library and Congregational Church) enjoy a free, fun-filled, family oriented afternoon, and discover how you can make a difference for the next generation! Please bring a non-perishable food donation for the Congregational Church Food Pantry.


  • Local Environmental Groups
  • Alternative Energy Exhibitors
  • Craft Vendors
  • Kid’s Activities & Bike Rodeo (bring your own bike & helmet)
  • Music & Food

More information at or email [email protected]