Jr. Band is rehearsing today at 12:15, and full Sr. Band at 2, including 6th graders.
Music lessons are for 6th grade today and beginning trumpets, Friday are Jr. Band clarinets.
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMMING
PLEASE NOTE - There will be no after school programs on the afternoon of Thursday, February 16th because of the school wide Unified Arts night. This includes: Athletics, Open Doors and Homework Club. Students will need to follow their normal school day dismissal plan.
If you have questions or concerns please contact Alisha Sawyer, 527-0565 x. 1103.
|EXPECTED RECESS WEATHER|
Everyone: SACS School Board Meeting
February 9th. 6:00 pm. Location SACS Library
4-6th Students: Team Triumph Valentine's Dance
Friday February 10th. 6pm – 8pm. Location SACS Cafeteria
7/8 Students: Dance in Team USA
February 10th. Starts: 6:00 pm. Ends: 8:00 pm. Location: Team USA
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
PARKING REMINDER TO PARENTS
We would appreciate it if vehicles would not be parked in the drop off (fire) lane in front of the school. Parking is almost always available nearby in the parking lot front row closest to school. Thank you.
SACS 4-6 Dance
Team Triumph is hosting a Hollywood Celebrity dance on . The cost is $3.00. The dance is going to have a lot of Hollywood features like Red Carpet interviews and a photo booth. You can also dress up as your favorite celebrity and if you do, your name goes into a raffle. We will be drawing names for awesome prizes. If you give the DJ, 50 cents, you can give a shout out to a friend. There will be drinks, snacks and sweets for sale as well. Students will be expected to follow all dance expectations. Students will need to be dropped off at the gym doors entrance and picked up at the front entrance of the school. Please make sure that you are on time to pick up your child.
UNIFIED ARTS NIGHT!
Thursday, February 16, 2017, from 5:00 - 7:00 P.M.
PICTURES AND REPORTS
NW Tech Students Shared with 8th Graders 2-8-2017
The BFA Northwest Tech Program sent a staff member and a variety of student representatives to talk with 8th graders about learning options during their high school years. Eighth graders learned about medical, automotive, culinary, digital arts and construction fields of work, to mention just a few of the skill training areas that NW Tech makes available.
The Empty Bowls Project is an international grassroots effort to raise both money and awareness in the fight to end hunger. Students at SACS in Ms. Martinson's, Ms. Tagliamonte's and Ms. Haberman's classroom, and other people around the world, make ceramic bowls for the project. At a later date the bowls will be used to serve a meal to those in need. The pictures are of some Discovery students in Ms. Haberman's classroom.
|EXAMPLES OF STUDENT WORK|
Here are links to presentations students in Discovery completed on a variety of historical events. These were completed as part of the study on Unity and Disunity: