7/8 Soccer Away Game at Alburgh 4:30 Boys, 5:30 Girls
5/6 Girls Soccer practice for today is cancelled
5/6 Boys Soccer Practice is cancelled today
Kindergarten Field Trip to Hackett's Orchard Today
10:00 AM to 1:30 PM
Helmets (Bike and Ski)
The helmet order forms are due today. Please give them to your teachers and they will pass them on to Mitch Craib. Please contact Mitch at firstname.lastname@example.org or 802 527-0565 x5050 if you have any questions.
Our next school sponsored Walking Wednesday is October 5th, one week away. In October we will offer walking school buses every Wednesday (5th, 12th, 19th, 26th).
Are you interested in how computers work? Want to learn more about creating programs and games along with making lights and motors go on and off to create an interactive project.
Yes CODESMYTHS is back and better than ever, and you are invited to join.
Make sure not to miss the kick-off event
this Thursday, September 29th at 8:15 in the Library!!
What is CODESMYTHS you ask?
It is an opportunity to apply your problem solving skills in a self-directed environment where you learn how to program and write apps for computers of all sizes. You get to collaborate with fellow classmates and learn a skill that is applicable in school and out in the workforce. It may even be a bit of FUN, especially as you get to design what you want to create.
The kick-off event is for 4th - 8th grade students new to Codesmyths, so you can get a better idea of what you do in the course, why we teach it, and how to sign up.
For more information
Check out our website: www.codesmyths.org
Email us at email@example.com
See you on at in the Library!
Pictures from the St. Albans City School Soccer Games Wanted
Send Photos to Mitch Craib at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Few Cross Country Running Pictures from Westford Race Monday 9-26-2016
More pictures viewable on the library slideshow TV
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PUMPKIN ART CREATED THIS SEPTEMBER BY 1ST THROUGH 3RD GRADE STUDENTS
Peaches are for snacks today
It is a common misconception that a peach/plum hybrid is the nectarine. This; however, is not actually the case. A nectarine is actually just a variety of peach with smooth rather than fuzzy skin.
Peaches are incredibly nutritious. Not only are peaches high in fiber and potassium, but they also contain reasonable amounts of antioxidant vitamins A and C.
Peach pits contain the chemical hydrocyanic acid, which in large amounts can be poisonous. But don’t worry about that too much, an adult would have to eat about 10 peach pits in one day to receive a dangerous dose of this chemical. It’s a good thing those pits don’t taste good.
Students may take two fruit servings with each meal. They must take at least one.