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There is no 5/6 Boys and Girls Soccer Home Game vs. Georgia. It is scheduled for another day. Furthermore, there will be no soccer practice or play on the fields today due to the very wet fields.
The Beginning Band lesson schedule is now posted, and copies are with 5th and 6th grade homeroom teachers. Mr. Mehaffey also has them outside the band room. Lessons will be starting Monday morning and afternoon.
Beginning Band flutes will be having their first lesson on Monday morning for the students in A Win time, and Monday afternoon for students in B Win time. If you are using a school flute, you should be there. Students who rented a flute on Wednesday night only need their flute and books, and not their music stands.
Hailey, Lindsay and Emily presided over the Maker Space on Open House Night
The Maker Space was a very popular place to visit. Many people stopped by to see how being creative with coding and circuits could be great fun. Others checked out playing Minecraft on a large screen monitor.
Garden Produce used for an Open House food source
Mrs Smith and students prepared a red sauce (9-22-2016) from fresh garden vegetables grown on St. Albans City School garden plots.
Students from team USA began the process of cleaning out their garden bed for the winter. This is an important step for all learning communities with garden beds -along with harvesting the season's produce.
For Snacks Today we have Bananas
Bananas are one of the healthier natural food sources in the world, ounce for ounce. According to the Food and Drug Administration, eating bananas can lower the risk of heart attacks and strokes, as well as decrease your risk of getting cancer.
- The average American east 26 pounds of bananas per year, more pounds than apples and oranges combined.
- The average Ugandan eats more than 500 pounds of bananas per year.
Students may take two fruit servings with each meal. They must take at least one.