WEDNESDAY MARCH 8TH
It should clear between 10:00 AM and 1:00 PM with temperatures in the 40s. Winds will be around 10 miles per hour.
Either stick to the playground equipment or wear footwear that will tolerate water and mud.
|AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMMING|
Session 3 of Open Doors has ended. Acceptance letters will go home on March 8th when we return from Winter Break. Students who are already enrolled in Drama and Homework Club will remain registered for those programs. Girls on the Run will begin in late March, those registration forms will be going home after Winter Break.
Wednesday March 8
Drama (full cast)
Thursday March 9
Session 4 will begin on Monday, March 13th. Tutoring will resume on Monday, March 13th, no tutoring March 8th.
No information yet.
Students & Parents: Vermont Maple Festival - Youth Talent Show
Deadline for entry was March 1st. Talent Show will be April 28th. LINK TO DETAILS
Parents of Little League Players: Registration is going on now and into March
To learn more go to THIS LINK
Parent Advisory Group (PAG): Meeting to work on the memory book and finalize fundraisers. Thursday, March 9, at 5:00. Location School Library
Everyone: Walking Wednesday for March.
This will be the only scheduled walk for the month of March. Date is March 15th. Please join us.
Maple Run School District Residents: Maple Run School District Board Meeting
March 15th, 6:00 PM. Location School Library
Martha's Kitchen Supporters & SACS Parents of Empty Bowl Makers: Empty Bowls Event. March 18th. More info at THIS LINK
Parents and Staff: Friends of St. Albans City School Meeting
March 21st, 6:00 pm. Location is the Library
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PICTURES AND REPORTS
Empty Bowls - Donating Time and Artistry for Others!5th and 6th grade students have worked very hard during the past several weeks to create bowls for this year's Empty Bowls Fundraiser for Martha's Kitchen. Students created slab bowls out of clay within a bowl form that were fired and then glazed with many different and exciting colors. In addition, a series of wheel thrown bowls were donated by Gillian Ireland and glazed by students in Triumph 6th grade. All were excited to participate and even more excited by the beautiful results!! A BIG thank you to all who participated in creating a bowl for this awesome event! Tickets to the Empty Bowl Fundraiser on March 18 are still available for $10 at Rail City Market. For more information click here.
Investigators Learned about Archeology on Thursday 2-23-2017
2nd Grade Investigators have been learning about Archaeology. They excavated some yummy soil and careful unearthed a few tasty artifacts! Following their careful observations, the students formed hypotheses about life in the past. A few predictions were: "The soil must have come from near the sea because I found a fish and a duck." "It was in dinosaur times. I found a dinosaur and some flowers nearby, so the dinosaur ate plants." "People lived there because I found midden (garbage)." Everyone agreed that eating the soil sample was the best part of the dig!