Joke of the Week Link to Video
We have another cool day in store for us. Reduced wind means it will be nice to get outside.
Grades PreK,1,2,4,5,8 This is Your Last Day of School this School Year
Sr. Band members in 6th and 7th grades are reminded that we are playing in 8th grade graduation . 6th and 7th graders should be in the band room at this afternoon. Graduation starts at 6.
8th Grade Graduation is this Evening
6:00 to 7:00 PM
Dance until 9:00 PM
Thank You Mr. D!
St. Albans Representative Corey Parent stopped by to share a resolution to honor Mr. DesLauriers for his 42 years of teaching and his many contributions to the St. Albans community. Team USA is proud of Mr. D and his many accomplishments. Thank you for all you do for our community. Good luck!
Link to video of the presentation (2 minutes long) - https://goo.gl/photos/
Lost and Found Jewelry (and other items)
Over the school year the front desk has accumulated a large amount of jewelry (bracelets, necklaces, rings and earrings). We also have one watch, two sunglasses, two keys and one pedometer. All items remain unclaimed. If you lost any of these items during the school year, please stop by the front desk and describe what you lost. After the school year, unclaimed items will be considered part of the lost and found.
Open Doors Video/slideshow
Here is a collection of pictures and videos from various Open Doors programs that ran throughout the 15-16 school year, we hope you enjoy! 3 minutes long. Link to Video
Exemplary Codesmyths Work
We would like to present the work which a Codesmyths student, who wishes to remain anonymous, was involved in this past year. Not only is it a great Haiku reflection, it does a great job describing what most Codesmyths students got to work with and teach themselves how to use this year. It also shows the student's own ability to learn (as she taught herself how to make this video), and her persistence (as she had to rework the video many times until she got the result she wanted). Two solid qualities of a life-long learner: the enthusiasm to try new things, and the determination to do it well. Enjoy!
—Ms. Tagliamonte, Mr. Roland, and Ms. Bertucci
Link to Video
All kindergarten classroom groups are represented -pictures from throughout the 2015/2016 school year. Nine minute long video. Link to Video
When: Thursday, June 9 and Friday, June 10
Times available between 8:30 and 2:15
Where: Upstairs art gallery hallway outside Ms. Haberman's room
Why: Take books for your summer reading or your classroom libraries!
Lots of levels available.
Teachers, you can sign up for a time to visit the book giveaway on the document sent to your email on Tuesday or email Dayl Walther.
PE students using complex thinking and problem solving skills in class!
The Incredibles Braved Cold Temperatures on 6-9-2016
Temperatures in the 50s and lots of wind did not deter these students from swimming. Wow!
Team USA Students Put Finishing Touches on Their Houses
Weeks of hard work show in these amazing houses. 6-9-2016
Kindergarten (Lawyer) Made Homemade Mozzarella Pizzas on 6/9/2016
Mrs. Lawyer's students tried making mozzarella with Mrs. Smith for the second time, this time with great success. This mozzarella was added to english muffins with tomato sauce. Quite a few students gave the homemade mozzarella a try while others preferred to stick with the more familiar store-bought option.
Fruit Salad for Snacks Today
UNIVERSAL LUNCH MENU
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