FRIDAY MARCH 17TH
JOKE OF THE WEEK
Today we will be serving Nachos.
The menu schedule listed below is no longer accurate.
It will be a nice day to head out and play in the snow.
HOWEVER, PLEASE AVOID PLAYING IN THE HUGE SNOW BANKS NEAR THE PARKING LOTS OR BUS LOOP.
The snow tubes are out. The snow shoes are also out.
Snow and Bus Safety
We need to remind ourselves to follow all bus expectations so that drivers can pay full attention to driving their bus. The roads have been slippery and high snowbanks make it difficult for drivers to see. Please wait at your stops and make sure that you are on the sidewalk. Do not play in the snow banks as you can fall into the road and be hit by a vehicle that might not see you.
At the end of the day make sure that you wear your snow boots as they will help prevent you from falling. When you are dropped off at your house or daycare please make sure that you leave the bus and immediately walk onto the sidewalk. If you are crossing the street always wait for the bus driver’s signal. Our collective goal is to keep students and adults safe. Let’s all work together to make sure that we are all safe.
Parents of Little League Players: Registration is going on in March
To learn more go to THIS LINK
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
Students & Parents: Vermont Maple Festival - Youth Talent Show
Talent Show will be April 28th. LINK TO DETAILS
Team Discovery is hosting a March Madness dance
Friday, March 24th, from 6:00-8:00PM. The cost is $3.00 and food/drinks are for sale. Wear sports clothing (jersey, team hat/shirt, Raider’s gear, etc.), receive a raffle ticket for a prize drawing. Fun activities to look forward to: basketball toss, musical chairs, and more!
Arrival and Dismissal from Dances:
PICTURES AND REPORTS
Triumph and Incredibles Went Skiing at Jay Peak
On Monday March 13th temperatures were quite low. After some debate, the two teams decided to be brave and give the trip to Jay Peak a try. It turned out to be an excellent day for skiing even though it was windy and cold. Check out this short (1 min and 40 sec) video to get an idea of what it was like learning to ski near the lodge. LINK TO VIDEO
Check out the 5/6 Boys Basketball Plaque at the Front Lobby Desk