- International Night
- Field Day
- Art Show
- Tournament of Books
- Reading Under the Stars
- Artists in Residence
Field Day takes place in May each school year. K-2 and 3-5 Students are divided into 14 groups and rotate through stations on the front field that are led by teachers and parent volunteers. Each grade level group (K-2 & 3-5) participates for a half a day of activities and then the entire school comes together for a Battle of the Teachers at the end of the day.
Bugbee’s school-wide tournament begins March 1st and the final book title and winner is announced the Friday before April vacation. The tournament winner will feature a special Bugbee Book of the Year seal created just for us! The 16 picture books are chosen by Library Media Specialist Liz Nascimento and feature some newer, diverse titles from our Library. This event is a huge hit with teachers, students and families!
Reading Under the Stars is a family literacy night typically held the last week of September/first week of October. Families meet on the Bugbee front lawn with a flashlight, blanket and favorite books. Families and teachers enjoy each other’s company as we listen to special guest readers and read a book or two with our own families.
Each year, West Hartford Public Library Children’s Librarians are available if you would like to sign up for a library card. If you would like to sign up, please remember to bring your Driver’s License with you.
Hope to see you reading under the stars with our Bugbee family!
Bugbee students have opportunities to experience different artists in residence throughout the year.
Featured Artists in Residents for 2019:
Red Supreme- Hip Hop Artist in Residence- Mr. Mario Lopez, PE Teacher, organized a week long Artist-in-Residence with Hip Hop artist Austin, aka Red Supreme. Red Supreme worked with each grade level on the history of Hip Hop and teaching students different elements of Hip Hop. This event culminated with a Family Dance Night where each grade level shared a dance they learned.