Expected snacks for the upcoming days are...
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMMING
We will have full cast rehearsals Tuesday and Thursday.
Open Doors Note: Archery will not start until January 24th. Archery will be on Tuesdays.
Jr. Band and Jr. Band lessons will not be happening on Thursday. This includes beginning trumpets and 6th graders.
The String Program of City School will be presenting our Winter Concert tonight in the library at 7 pm.
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. 7:00 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
Discovery and Incredibles Skied at Jay Peak 1-9-2017
Sixth graders from these two communities spent a portion of Monday at the Jay Peak ski slopes. For most of the students, this was their first experience skiing ever. They started by practicing on the easy slope next to the Magic Carpet ski lift. Once they had turns and stopping figured out they graduated to using the chair lift and skiing down some of the bigger slopes. These students look forward to skiing again with their learning communities in March or with their families at Smuggler's Notch Ski Resort or Jay Peak before then.
Students comments the day after the trip:
"On the bunny hill it was really hard doing the turns, but once I got on the big hill it was a lot easier. I fell a lot but... I want to do it again."
"I got out on the chairlift. It was fun. I was going really fast downhill.
"The hardest part was the beginning of the big hill because it was really steep."
"I went on the chairlift. It was cool. I want to do it again. It was really fun and I like the feeling of skiing. Balancing was hard. I did not fall that much."
"Yesterday was my first time ever. I liked it. I want to do more of it. It was kind of like sledding except you weren't sitting you were standing up. I started to get good at stopping, but I am not good yet at turning. The best part of the experience was staying out on the slopes and going down three times. I can keep getting better and better and achieve."
This picture was provided by a parent of 5th/6th grade raiders girls basketball players from a game on January 7th vs Georgia. Parents, please feel free to share any other recent sports photos you have with Mr. Craib at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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