Some content from Monday has been repeated here. Information specific to Tuesday has been added.
Snacks planned for the upcoming days...
Full Jr. Band, including all 6th graders, will be rehearsing today after lunch.
Normal 7-8 Sr. Band is this afternoon at 2.
Full Orchestra will be rehearsing tomorrow morning to get ready for the Unified Arts night rehearsal on Thursday afternoon.
Band lessons for 7-8r are posted outside the classrooms and are by the band room.
|EXPECTED RECESS WEATHER|
Thursday February 16th. from 5:15 to 5:45. Location is the Library. Note: There will be no drama practice that afternoon.
Everyone: Unified Arts Night
Thursday February 16th from 5:00 - 7:00 P.M. Location -throughout the School Building
Everyone: Culminating Events Week
Everyone: Winter Break
February 25th - March 7th
CHORUS PERFORMANCE AT UNIFIED ARTS NIGHT
Feb 16th. 5:15 - 5:45 PM - In the Library
KAREN AMIRAULT DANCE COMPANY AND KIDZ
HIP HOP DANCE PERFORMANCE AT UNIFIED ARTS NIGHT
Feb 16th. 6:30 - 7:00 PM - In the Large Gym
OPEN BAND REHEARSAL AT UNIFIED ARTS NIGHT
Feb 16th. Band Room
UNIFIED ARTS NIGHT!
Thursday, February 16, 2017, from 5:00 - 7:00 P.M.
A few Unified Arts Night's Pictures from Last Year
PICTURES AND REPORTS
Mr. Pac's Travelers Have a Celebration Video to Share.
It concerns the 100 day mark in the school year. 2:12 minutes long.
Explorers 2nd Grade (Ms. Krieger) Conducted a Science Experiment
Second grade Explorers are learning about states of matter. They have been discussing physical changes in matter verses chemical changes. Last week they turned cream in to butter to make a physical change. This week they used vinegar (a liquid) and baking soda (a solid) to create chemical change. The two substances combined made a completely new substance... carbon dioxide (a gas!) Students watched the carbon dioxide form as it filled up and inflated balloons! LINK TO MANY PICTURES
7th and 8th grade students are working hard on different tasks in their Laser Cutting and Codesmyths electives.
The laser cutting students have been working hard designing their own puzzles. The prototypes were cut out of cardboard to make sure the puzzles pieces would fit together and were all individually cut out. Once their cardboard prototypes were cut out, a 12X12 piece of wood was rastered(engraved) with the image they designed for their puzzle. The puzzle was then flipped over in the laser cutter and cut out! The students had to test these again once they were cut out of wood. Come try out one of these unique puzzles at UA night Thursday, February 19th.
Some of the laser cutting students starting working on their last project, a dancing robot. They started the process with a bit of circuitry! Students had to connect a battery holder and a motor, they got to use tools like wire cutters and trimmers, and a soldering iron to connect the wires.
Students in Codesmyths are in the process of designing their own games and programs using either Scratch or Stencil. They have worked hard adding directions to their games, play, buttons, and content.
At SACS it is very important that everyone is kind and respectful to each other. Over the course of this week there will be some quotes to encourage all students to be kind and respectful to their peers.
Renaissance Student Gracie Trainer