These are the snacks for the rest of week.
6th grade Sr. Band lessons are happening today.
Jr. Band, including 6th grade Sr. Band, is after lunch today.
Jazz Band is rehearsing tomorrow at 2 pm.
Corbin and William have a viola lesson today at 12.
|EXPECTED RECESS WEATHER|
4th Graders: NAEP Test
9:00-11:00 AM and 12:30-2:30 PM on Thursday, February 2nd. Location Library.
8th Grade Parents: Parents Advisory Group Meeting
Update on 8th grade events. Thursday, February 2nd. 5:30 to 6:30 PM in the Library
8th Graders: NAEP Test
8:30-10:30 AM and 11:30-1:30 PM on Friday, February 3rd. Location Library.
Team Imagination & Team Travelers: Field Trip to the Flynn
Everyone: Healthy Hearts on the Move Fair
February 4th. 9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon. Location - St. Albans City School
Stewardship Committee: Stewardship Meeting
Monday February 6th. 12:30pm – 1:30pm in the Professional Library
7/8 Students: Dance in Team USA
February 10th. Starts: 6:00 pm. Ends: 8:00 pm. Location: Team USA
Team Triumph: Field Trip to Jay Peak
FY18 Monday February 13th 6pm – 7:30 PM SACS Library Presentation Space
Everyone: Unified Arts Night
Thursday February 16th from 5:00 - 7:00 P.M. Location -throughout the School Building
Everyone: Culminating Events Week
4th grade and 8th grade students will be taking the NAEP test this week.
The 4th graders will be testing on Thursday, February 2nd.
The 8th graders will test on Friday, February 3rd.
Here is a link to an encouraging video explaining what NAEP is.
Pictures from a previous NMC health fair at SACS
Local & Healthy Food
Local farmers, our school and the Abbey are all striving to offer as much local healthy food in our cafeteria as possible. In case you have not noticed, local foods are always highlighted on the lunch menus. Additionally, each month a wonderful local food is celebrated and the special food for February is cabbage. You will see it a number of times on the menu this month in one form or another. Enjoy.
PICTURES AND REPORTS
Grade 2 Investigators are experimenting with snowshoes. They have purchased 4 different snowshoe styles and are testing them out for fit, ease of use and binding style. Each trial will be followed by a survey and when the results are tallied and the best models determined, they will request a presentation time with the School Board. Their hope is to acquire a classroom set of snowshoes for our school to share.
Walking Wednesday Results
Sixty four students and twelve adults walked into school Wednesday morning. The 20 degree temperature and lightly falling snow did not discourage this hardy crew. Among students, the learning community with the most participants was the Incredibles. Discovery and Travelers also had nice turnout rates. However, the team with the most participants altogether was the group of walking leaders and volunteers. Way to go adults.
Recess Pictures 1-31-2017
Very Camera Shy Wendy in the Abbey Kitchen
Nurse Raleigh checking a student's temperature