Last Friday, Dynamic Design was pleased to host a panel of DD alumni to talk to our 7th and 8th graders about their transition to high school. Our current Dynamic Design President, Brianna D., moderated the event. The panel of freshmen (Tyler, Caleb, Matt, Matthew, Devan, Mary, Noah, and Avalon) answered questions such as, "What are some skills or habits you learned at City School that have helped you at BFA?", "What have you learned about yourself as a student since starting high school?" and "What message would you like to give current Designers to help them be the best students they can be and to prepare them for high school?" Our panel did a great job and had some really insightful information and advice to share with our current students. It was nice to hear about all of their successes so far, and we hope to see more of our former students in the future!
SACS is very excited to offer a programming class for students in grades 4-8. Space is very limited so interested students must apply. For details on the class and how to apply please go to: Codesymths Application Form
Girls in Science, Technology and Mathematics' PEP Rally
We will have two Pep Rallies in the Library today. For girls in grades in grades 4-6 the rally is at 1:30. For girls in grades 7-8 the rally is at 2:00pm.
Students in Grades 3-8 are testing today from 3-8 from 8:30-10:00am
Entries are due today by noon! Forms can be found at the front desk.
Three Kindergarten Classes are going to Hudak Farm & Hannaford Supermarket.
Team USA Open House
An information night for Team USA families at 6:00pm
Vermont House Candidates Debate
Hosted by students in the Team USA space. The debate starts at 7:00pm and is open to the public.
News from Open Doors
Open Doors Wednesday classes begin today (10/10)
Wednesday classes include:
Hip Hop (1st-3rd graders) Please be aware that there are some
students in 3rd grade that will be taking the Thursday dance class instead.
Crazy for Lines and Spaces Recorder class
All session A and B students will go to the cafeteria
and check in with Open Doors at their dismissal time.
News from Tutoring
After School Tutoring will start next week, the week of October 15. We will have tutoring on Monday and Wednesday of next week. We will not have tutoring on Thursday, October 18.
You should have received a letter letting you know which two days your child will be tutored. If you have any questions, please call 527-0565 x 2211.
We have a webpage for SES Tutoring that can be accessed from our Website at sacsvt.org.
5/6 Boys & Girls Soccer at Alburgh at 4:15pm
7/8 Boys & Girls Soccer Home vs. Fairfax at 4:15pm
Breakfast month Fact of the Day
Breakfast (literally meaning "breaking the fast" of the night) is the first meal taken after rising from a night's sleep, most often eaten in the early morning before undertaking the day's work.
Hot Lunch Entree for Wednesday Oct. 10th
Dress Your Own Hot Dog Day
Marinated Local Tomato Cucumber Salad