Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Announcements 3-31-2016


After School Programming
Open Doors:
  • Tinkering
  • West African Dance -cancelled for today
  • Dodgeball
  • Lego Challenge
  • Money Makers
  • Full cast

Outside Recess

It will be relatively warm.  See if the weather opens up enough to go outside when your recess is scheduled.

SACS Teacher Received Recognition
Ms. Bertucci (right) received a Project Ignite Award on Wednesday 3-30-2016 in Montpelier for her teaching of technology -electronics, 3D design and printing.

Renaissance engaged in gymnastics and general exercise in P.E. 3-29-2016

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Citizenship Video
Team USA recently took part in a citizenship ceremony to welcome new members to our country. Attached is a video that includes an interview with a new citizen and a person who had an important part in making this happen.

Link to Video    2.75 minutes long.

Pictures of USA students at the ceremony here in St. Albans

Light It Up Blue

April 2nd is autism awareness day.  The purpose of the day is to:
  • Spread awareness and understanding of autism
  • Celebrate and honor the unique talents and skills of people with autism
  • Brings attention to the needs of all people with autism
Since April 2nd is a Saturday, please wear blue to school on Friday, April 1st to help spread your support and awareness for autism

If you’re wearing blue on Friday, Kaleidoscope would like to take your picture (alone, in groups or as a class) so we can make a video to show our schools support.

Take Notice: Today is a local food day in the cafeteria.  

Our food service has worked extra hard to find food items that are local and tasty at this time of year. Please give them a try today.
  • Choineire Family Farm in Highgate beef meat loaf
  • Chappelles mashed potatoes
  • Shadow Cross Farm eggs
  • Deep Roots organic parsnips
  • Deep Roots beets for the beet cake

Today's Snacks: Clementines

The clementine is a member of the Mandarin orange family. It is a cross between the tangerine and the Seville orange.  They take their name from Father Clement Rodier, a French missionary who is said to have created the hybrid in 1902. However, some people claim the clementine originated in China.

Clementines are normally seedless. However, bees sometimes cross-pollinate them with other fruit and the resulting clementines end up having some seeds. 

They are usually available in stores from November to January. One clementine has about 35 calories.

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Tue., March 29

Surprise Lunch Menu Item

Team Imagination urges everyone to give it a try
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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