THERE IS NO SCHOOL AGAIN UNTIL JANUARY 3rd. HAPPY HOLIDAYS.
There are pictures from just before the break at the end of this page.
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMMING
January 3rd - 6th
Note: There will be no Tutoring after school on Wednesday, January 4th. Tutoring will start back on Monday, January 9th.
Note: Open Doors Session 3 will start on January 9th and only homework club will meet the 3rd, 4th and 5th - acceptance letters will go home January 3rd.
Information about Band practice will be placed here January 3rd at approximately 7:30 AM.
Will be posted at 7:30 AM on the morning of January 3rd.
Everyone: Jr. Band Concert
January 10th. 7:00 to 8:00 PM. Location will be the Cafeteria.
Everyone: Walking Wednesday for January
January 11th. This is the only walk to school day of the Month. Please join in if you can.
Everyone: Orchestra Concert
January 11th. 6:30 PM. Location will be the Library.
SACS Community: St. Albans City School Board Meeting
January 12th. 6:00 PM. Location will be the Library
Everyone: Martin Luther King Holiday
January 16th. NO SCHOOL.
Parents, Students and Staff: In-service Work Day for Teachers.
NO SCHOOL for students. January 17th.
Parents and Staff: Friends of St. Albans City School Meeting
January 17th. 6:00 PM. Location will be the Library.
Everyone: Solo Band Concert for Sr. Band Students
January 25th. 7:00 PM. Location will be the Library.
PICTURES AND REPORTS
Explorers Were Visited by Two Members of the St. Albans Humane Society. They brought a dog and two cats to have the children touch and love. The Human Society wished to thank the Explorers and St. Albans for the over 600 pounds of shoes they collected. The donated shoes resulted in hundreds of dollars given to the humane society, assisting them in defraying animal food and health care costs. Thanks everyone. LINK TO PICTURES
The Investigators Continued with their Culminating Event Presentations
One group of students displayed their amazing model of St. Albans City with familiar roads and buildings we all recognize. Another group of students showed their thoughtful interviews of many staff members that help make the school function. Their interviews can be watched at THIS LINK.
Some pictures from the Team USA culminating event that highlighted Unity and Disunity in the U.S. Civil Rights movement. Thanks to USA for submitting them. LINK TO PICTURES
Polar Express Experience with Adventurers
Students gathered in Mr. Lewis' room before traveling to Ms. McGovern's room for a viewing of the Polar Express movie. The children enjoyed having their train tickets punched at the door.
Unity and Disunity Presentations by 4th through 6th Graders 12-21-2016
Incredibles, Triumph, Discovery and Voyagers students shared their learning about the periods and events that drew us together or separated us as a Nation. It was clear from the evening that each community put a great deal of effort and thought into creating their performances. Thank you to the many families and friends that turned out for the evening event. Thank you also for understanding the less than optimal sound that made it difficult to fully appreciate the creativity of the students and teachers.
A few pictures of the event.