Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Announcements 4-9-14

Breakfast - Free to ALL SACS Students

NEW: All your Grab and Go favorites are available in the lobby including honey buns, cereal, bagels and breakfast rounds. So if you walk, bike, or get dropped off in the morning be sure and stop at the front desk for breakfast!


Band lessons for 5th and 6th grade today include flutes, Mioka, Abbie, trumpet and GG.

Band lessons for 6th grade tomorrow and Jr. Band are not happening because of the play.

6th grade violin is happening tomorrow morning.

Biking Safely to School

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It is biking weather again.  Here are a few safety reminders.

A.  ALWAYS wear a bike helmet.  Speak to Mitch Craib (Room AC217) if you don't have one.
B.  Get off your bike and walk at crossings (including the railroad crossing on North Elm Street), especially if you are using the sidewalks for biking.
C.  Please be a safe role model for your younger peers.

Rosie's Girls

Rosie’s Girls Summer Program is now accepting applications!  Rosie’s Girls is a unique opportunity where girls explore different trades like carpentry and welding along with participating in activities that promote leadership, teamwork, artistic expression and physical fitness.  Each girl construction their own toolbox and brings it home filled with tools they have learned to use.
This program is for girls in 5th, 6th and 7th grade and runs the weeks of June 30-July 4 and July 7-11.  Please contact Ms. Bertucci (bertuccie@fcsuvt.org or 527-0565 x5051) for more information or fill out the application and return it to Ms. Bertucci.

Open Doors

The following Open Doors classes are meeting today Wednesday, April 9th:
Hip Hop Extreme Dance class (1st-3rd grades)
Wednesday Drumming 

Cheer Camp

Any girl or boy entering grades 5-8 in the fall who is interested in cheer camp this summer should see Ms. Stacie this week for paperwork  and plan to attend an informational meeting on Friday, April 11 at 7 pm at the Collins Perley Complex. 

Words of the Week

Students from Team Triumph work with the words of the week!

The words for this week are:
Demonstrate: You show how to do something
Ms. Haberman will demonstrate how to weave in Art class.
Examine:  You look closely at something.
Ms. Gelfon would like you to examine the costumes at the Aladdin presentation on Thursday to see how well made they are.
Keep passing out those City cards when you hear students using these words in conversation or in writing or find them in a book.

Families:  We have some activities you could have to play at home with these words.  Pick them up at the front desk!!

Autism Awareness

Stream Table Open House Tonight!

Friends of Northern Lake Champlain (FNLC) and Missisquoi River Basin Association (MRBA) will host a community education opportunity.  Come discover how water flows through our landscape with this unique, hands-on stream table.  Representatives from FNLC, MRBA and St. Albans City School students will be available to demonstrate the table and answer questions.  Please join us tonight,Wednesday, April 9th from 5-7pm, light refreshments served.  For more information please contact Heather Smith at smithh@fcsuvt.org

Lunch Menu for Wednesday April 9th

Open Face Pizza Calzone 
Caesar Salad 
Fresh Carrot Sticks 
Hummus Dip 
Or Yogurt Or Sunbutter and Jelly Or Deli Sandwich Or Salad Bar Or Pizza 
Fresh Fruit 
Fresh Milk