Congratulations to Rosie’s Girls for being awarded the 2014 Educational Alliance Grant from ExxonMobil. This grant is to encourage the next generation to pursue studies and careers in math and science.
Rosie’s Girls St. Albans would like to thank ExxonMobil for their generous $500 grant to support our program. Rosie's Girls is a 3-week summer day camp that helps build strong, confident girls through exploration of the skilled trades. Girls entering 6, 7 and 8th grades get hands-on instruction in STEM-related activities, carpentry, welding and other traditionally male dominated fields. They also participate in creative arts, team building activities, swimming and self-defense. It's a safe, supportive, girl-centered environment that emphasizes leadership, teamwork and healthy body image - with tons of fun woven in! In past years, girls have built a picnic table, created a sculpture by welding, programmed a robot, flew a plane and learned about being an EMT. Along with time each day to explore a trade or STEM activity, girls are also provided an opportunity to discuss what it means to be a teenage girl in today’s society.
Because of the ski trip for Voyagers, Mr. Mehaffey will be having all of the Jr. Band lessons tomorrow instead of today. Anyone who brought their instrument to school, may leave it in your classroom or the bandroom. Lessons for flute, clarinet, sax, trumpet and trombone will be at the same time tomorrow.
Over the last year, Santa has been checking his list twice, to make sure all the boys and girls are extra nice. As he checked his list, he noticed one special girl at City School. Now this girl worked hard to spread cheer throughout the year. Santa thought he would send her a special surprise to make her holiday even brighter than usual. He asked all of his elves at the North Pole to create decorations. Then Santa sent his two favorite elves, Holly and Day to "Elf" her office. Check out this video to seeWinter Wonderland at City School.
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Culminating Event Week
|Bright Beginnings||Community/Family||12/18/2014||12:30 Lunch 1:15 Sing a Long Concert in Library|
|Explorers||St. Albans City- Then and now||12/18/2014||1:30-2:30|
|Imagination||My Farm||12/12/2014||10:45-11:30 (can stay for lunch)|
|Travelers||Make and Take Night||12/17/2014||3:30-4:30|
|Discovery||Cloudy with a Chance of meatballs production (economy)||12/18/2014||6:00-7:00pm|
|Incredibles||Incredible Products (Economy)||12/19/2014||7:30-8:45 am|
|Renaissance||Government - Web visit with Bernie Sanders||12/16/2014||12:00-1:00pm|
The Voyagers are going to Jay Peak today.
Practice today at 3:15
The following Open Doors classes meet today Monday, December 15th
· Reading Can Be Fun
This is a reminder that Monsters, Myths and Legends is not meeting today.
Leadership at BFA has ended.
Aviation- We are hoping that the weather cooperates today so Owen L. and Ethan I can have their flight experience at the airport since last Friday was not a good day.
All session A students taking Open Doors classes go to the cafeteria at 2:45 dismissal.
It is very important that all students riding the buses after school follow the bus expectations.
Lunch Menu for Monday December 15th
Dress Your Own Hot Dog On a Bun
Oven Baked Homemade French Fries
Fruit and Veggie Bar
Or Yogurt Or Sunbutter and JellyOr Deli Sandwich Or Pizza