On May 19th, Google published a case-study on St. Albans City School. The case study focused on two projects that some of our 7th and 8th graders have been involved with, but it's a celebration of all of the powerful learning opportunities that our students have.
The study starts with the City Lights project that USA students worked on three years ago and presented to the City Council two years ago. From their, it moves to the present (and future) with the St. Albans Recreation Reserve (Hard'ack/Aldis Hill trail restoration project) that the Renaissance community is currently working on and will continue to work on in the coming years.
Great work, SACS!
Jr. Band is rehearsing today, after lunch.
The City School Music Department is presenting our Mongo Concert night. The concert will feature all of the performing groups from band to chorus to orchestra.
The following Open Doors classes are meeting today, Tuesday, May 27th:
Felted Fun will continue until Tuesday, May 27th
Archery will continue until Tuesday, May 27th
Girls on the Run
Open Doors showcase is , Wednesday, May 28th beginning at . Anyone that would like to watch the performance should arrive no later than . The showcase will include Wed Hip Hoppers from Open Doors, Chorus and Drumming for Success (both classes) The drumming class and Chorus will be staying afterschool for the performance.
Did you bring back your completed summer registration form today??
Please be aware that after Friday May 30th we will not be processing background checks for the remainder of the school year. If there is an upcoming field trip that you would like to attend with your student, be sure and visit the school before May 30th to fill out your background check form.
Attention Eighth Graders
Each 7/8 Learning Community must send the name of your Student Graduation Representative to Mrs. Biggie by May 30th.
Graduation Program cover art is due to Student Graduation Representatives by June 4th.
The 7/8 Girls Softball Team has a game today at MVU.
SACS Dress Code
Now that Spring is here, please take a moment to review SACS Dress Code.
Students should wear clothing that is neat, comfortable, and appropriate for learning while keeping the weather in mind.
- Clothing must cover stomachs, backs and undergarments, including underwear and bras.
- No halter-tops, spaghetti straps, short shirts, see through items or tank tops with straps less than two inches.
- All clothing should provide coverage so that no cleavage is showing.
- Skirts, shorts, or skorts must be as long as mid-thigh.
- any item of clothing with sexual, drug, alcohol, tobacco connotations or hate or gang related activities or messages are not allowed.
Chicken Patty Sandwich Lettuce, Tomato and Cheese
Or Yogurt Or Sunbutter and Jelly Or Deli Sandwich Or Salad Bar Or Pizza