I appreciate my teacher because she's very nice and she loves to teach. Gracie, Incredibles.
I love my teacher because she's the nicest teacher I have ever met. Alyssa, Imagination.
National Bike to School Day
We had 77 people bike to school today, 67 of them children. Our two biking route groups were only modestly well attended (17 for the Barlow Street Community Center Group and 12 for the Senior Center Group). Most kids biked to school on their own on this crisp and beautiful morning. The two officers (Joel and Holly) who led the way, with squad cars flashing their lights, did an excellent job of quickly blocking traffic at key intersections along the way. We all arrived safely thanks to them.
It is really nice to see the interest in biking and walking to City School picking up this year. Thanks to the parents for trusting their kids to our supervision. Staff members Dan Deslauriers, Matt Allen, Mitch Craib and Sue Wade orchestrated the morning event. Bus Drive 6, Dave Schofield, was the main promoter of the event for our school.
Words of the Week
Jr. Band will be rehearsing today, after lunch.
Lessons today include Alana, Makayla, and the violas.
The following Open Doors classes are meeting today, Thursday, May 8th:
Girls on the Run
Leadership and Public Speaking (today is the last day of Leadership)
CHOMP (today is the last day of CHOMP)
Girl Scouts Agents of Change
Let’s Speak French at BFA
Drumming and also the Wed drumming students that have decided to stay for the special event at . Open Doors has a list of the Wed and Thurs Drumming students that are participating so please feel free to call Open Doors to confirm if the student should be staying today.
School Board Meeting
Tonight at 6:00pm in the SACS Learning Commons
Lunch Menu for Thursday May 8th
Chicken, Sautéed Onions and Peppers, Soft Flour Tortilla, Salsa, Cabot Sour Cream
Warm Black Beans
Or Yogurt Or Sunbutter and Jelly Or Deli Sandwich Or Salad Bar Or Pizza
Happy Birthday Cake