Last year on April 4th 202 people came out on a 25 degree morning. It should be nearly 20 degrees tomorrow, so please join us in trying to surpass this turnout. Everyone is welcome: students, parents, teachers. Coffee and oatmeal available in the cafeteria for parents and volunteers who join in.
Jr. Band is rehearsing today at 12:15.
8th grade violins are at 11:30.
Beginning strings lesson is this afternoon at 2:45.
6th grade violins are tomorrow.
The following Open Doors classes meet today Monday, March 30th
- Ready, Set, Cook
- Bubble Bonanza
- Girls on the Run
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 afterschool follow the bus expectations.
Discovery is going to Shelburne Farms today.
SACS has science enrichment curriculum exploring how different birds build nests, lay eggs, and care for their young. Please contact Heather Smith email@example.com
to coordinate this exciting science unit in your classroom.
Owls are among the earliest nesters, often incubating their eggs in February and March, when there is still snow on the ground. (Stokes Guide to Bird Behavior)
Below is a live link to a Great Horned Owl nest. You can also watch archived video of the owlets hatching and growing courtesy of Cornell University.
Lunch Menu for Tuesday March 31st
Macaroni and Cheese
Fruit and Veggie Bar
Or Yogurt Or Sunbutter and Jelly Or Deli Sandwich Or Pizza