Monday, March 14, 2016

Announcements 3-15-2016


After School Programming
Open Doors:

  • Magic
  • Archery
  • Boy's Boxing
  • Tae Kwon Do
  • Full cast


Jr. Band is rehearsing today at 12:15 PM

Outdoor Recess

It looks like a decent day to get outside and move.

Team USA Students Observed a Naturalization Ceremony on Thursday 3-10-2016
USA students volunteered at a naturalization ceremony last week where 30 people from 19 different countries were sworn in as new citizens of the United States.  Sydney Ward delivered a speech, and Kelsey Cronin led the pledge of allegiance.  USA students also ran a kids and refreshment tables, as well as served as ushers. 
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New Building Blocks
St. Albans City School received a grant to purchase some fantastic life-size building blocks and materials to use with the youngest students.  Kindergarteners are shown here creating a structure in the little gym.


Cantaloupe is today’s snack
The wonderfully delicious cantaloupe or “muskmelon” is a member in the large Cucurbitaceae family (squash, pumpkin, cucumber, gourd) and like its relatives, grows on the ground surface as a trailing vine.

Muskmelons are thought to have originated either from India or ancient Persia or Africa. They grow best on well-draining sandy soil with a regular water supply, and require honeybees for effective pollination.

Cantaloupe is low in calories and fats but rich in vitamins and minerals that are great for health, especially Vitamin A.  

Be sure to wash the outside of cantaloupes well before cutting up for eating.

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Entrée Options Main Meal or Cabot Yogurt Parfait or Deli Sandwich or Pizza
Offered with all Meals Vegetable/Fruit Bar Fresh Fruit, Fresh Hood Milk