Students may take two fruit servings with each meal. They must take at least one.
On Thursday Red Delicious Apples are expected for snacks. On Friday it should be bananas.
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMMING
6th grade Sr. band lessons are today, and Jr. Band is rehearsing after lunch today, along with Sr. Band. Jazz Band is rehearsing tomorrow.
Codesmyths Students: Thursday office hours, December 8th, are canceled due to Thursday being Day of Code. We will see you Friday in class
Students in Grades 5-8: Auditions for "Annie"
December 8th. More Details Here at this Link.
Everyone: Day of Code
On December 8th, we will celebrate our "Day of Code".
Everyone: Community Wellness Event
Shake Santa Shake Black Light Zumba
December 8th 6 to 7 PM. SATEC Gymnasium
Details can be found at this Link.
Parents/Staff: School Board Meeting
December 8th. 6:00 PM in the School Library
Everyone: Sr Band and Jazz Band Concert
December 15th. 7:00 PM in the Cafeteria
Parents/Students: Craft Night
December 16th. 6:00 PM in the Cafeteria
Organized by Friends of St. Albans City School (Parents/Teachers)
Dreamer's Families: Dreamer's Holiday Concert
December 21st. 12:15 to 1:00 PM in the Large Gym
Everyone: Holiday Break. No School
December 23 - January 2nd
Day of Code is Day of Code WebsiteCheck out our updated
Josh Bongard, who will be presenting to 4th, 5th, and 6th graders today received the Presidential Early Career Reward last year from President Obama.
If you have students attending any of the workshops, please have your students arrive a couple of minutes early so we are able start on time.
ROBOTICS workshops in the afternoon, please have students bring their Chromebooks. They will also need the following link http://www.uvm.edu/~mwagy/robots/dotbot/db.html
We hope to see everyone wearing their "I Did The Hour of Code" stickers at the end of the day!
If there are any questions please email Mrs. Borst or Ms. Bertucci.
Here is a schedule of workshops happening on Day of Code
Don't forget to Bring in Food for Operation Happiness. This is the last week to gather food for the drive.
Examples of great donations would be canned fruits/vegetables, dry foods like pasta, rice or cereal, peanut butter/jelly, soups or jars of baby food. Please contact us if you have questions about other donations and be sure to check expiration dates. Students will come to your community between 8:20-8:30 to collect donations. Our goal is to collect 3,000 donations from our school. The community that collects the most items, will receive an Ice Cream Celebration. We will be collecting donations from through December 9th.
PICTURES AND REPORTS
Operation Happiness Daily Totals
News from the Travelers
Third graders have been working really hard learning about shapes and all their attributes. Once they finished their math job for the day, students got to use the pattern blocks to fill in mats. Then at the end of class, the majority of the class decided that they should use all the hexagons to make a honeycomb and one student made the honeybee. They all worked so well together! Way to go, Travelers!
Students in Ms. Kuckuk's groups are shown reading about doctors, fairy tales, and bubbles! You can learn anything about everything when you open a book!
Mrs. Halvorsen's 3rd graders had fun learning about parts of speech with Mad Libs! They are a creative and funny group!
Walking Wednesday Results
Sixty eight students and 12 adults walked into school Wednesday morning (80 total). The weather was excellent for getting to school by foot. Many kids played in the snow along the way and one group that passed through Taylor park tried out its' musical instruments and Santa's sleigh. The Investigators and Discovery had the most participants this Walking Wednesday. Our next Walking Wednesday is January 11th, 2017.