Students may take two fruit servings with each meal. They must take at least one.
Berries, watermelon and bananas are the snack possibilities for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
After School Programming
Full Sr. Band and Jr. Band are rehearsing this afternoon.
Beginning drums and trumpet are today.
Jazz Band is rehearsing tomorrow.
EXPECTED VETERANS DAY WEATHER
Please come to school prepared for the weather. Dress warmly and for the possibility of rain.
ATHLETIC INFORMATION for 5-8TH GRADERS
Raiders 7/8 Boys Basketball
Coach Smith will be hosting Open Gyms for the 7-8 Boys Basketball Team on the following dates: November 10, 15, 17 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM. Please do not arrive before 5:45 PM. Dress for playing. Call Mrs. Trainer with any questions at 527-0565 X1102
Raiders 5-8 Cheerleading
The first practice will be held on Mon. November 14 at 3:30 PM. Please call Mrs. Trainer with any questions at 527-0565 ext 1102.
Everyone: Picture Retake Day
Thursday, November 10th (TODAY) from 8-10am in the Library.
Student Meetings: November 10th.
Squad 4 Kindness meeting at 11:45 AM Cancelled
A World Of Difference meeting at 1:00 PM Cancelled
November 10th (TODAY) - 9:15-10:15 AM. All veterans are invited for a breakfast in the library. Team USA students will be on hand to serve and share some speeches.
Veterans Day Parade & Ceremony
Mid-Late Morning. November 11th. At Taylor Park.
Parents and Staff: Friends of St. Albans City School Meeting
November 14th 6:00 to 7:00 PM in the Library
Everyone: Thanksgiving Feast
Families, students, teachers are welcome to take part in the Thanksgiving Feast offered at lunch time on November 17th. See notice below this section for details.
Everyone: Chorus Concert DateSt. Albans City School will have a chorus concert on November 17th at 6:30 in the Library. We will have both the elementary chorus and the middle school chorus performing.
Dear SACS community,
It has been brought to our attention there are multiple confirmed cases of whooping cough in Franklin county, including some in our surrounding schools. In an attempt to keep our students and staff as healthy and informed as possible, we would like to share the Department of Health’s most recent update as well as some tips to stay healthy.
Like many respiratory illnesses, pertussis (whooping cough) is spread by coughing and sneezing while in close contact with others, who then breathe in the pertussis bacteria. Practicing good hygiene is always recommended to prevent the spread of respiratory illnesses. To practice good hygiene you should:
If you have concerns that your child or yourself may have whooping cough, please contact your primary care provider.
Discovery Students Made Art in Ms. Martinson's Class 11-8-2016
By folding long sheets of paper they were able to make funny faces that expanded into wide mouthed expressions.
The Dreamers Team Made Mini Pizzas and Weeded the Blueberries.
These are pictures of students in the Dreamers community picking vegetables in their garden. They made tomato sauce and then little pizzas. On Tuesday 11-8-2016 Mrs. Williams went out and helped Heather Smith weed around the blueberry bushes.
News from Travelers
In 2nd grade, Travelers have been learning about place value. They have been building, drawing, and writing numbers. Also, they have been talking to partners and in groups about what each digit means and writing it in expanded form. Below are some photos of all their hard work.