FRIDAY MAY 5th
JOKE OF THE WEEK
Recess weather does not look great today.
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMMING FOR NEXT WEEK (MAY 8TH-12TH)
Please contact Alisha Sawyer or Peg Jehle with questions. 527-0565 x.1103
OPEN DOORS SURVEY PARTICIPATION NEEDED
Please take a few minutes to complete this survey - your feedback helps us to make our program better!
Open Doors Student Survey:
Open Doors Parent Survey:
Band/Chorus: Field Trip to MVU
Friday May 5th. 8:30 to 4:00 PM.
Everyone: Half Day of School. Remainder of day In service for Teachers
May 5th. Make up for a snow day.
Everyone: "Walk at Lunch" Day - Cancelled for today. It will be rescheduled for a better-weather day. Friday May 5th.
4th and 8th Grade Students and Parents: NECAP Testing
May 9th and 10th
Everyone: SACS School Board Meeting
May 11th, 6:00 pm. Location: School Library.
4-6 Graders: Voyagers' Sponsored Dance
Friday May 12th. 6:00 pm. Location: Cafeteria
Thursday, May 18th from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm.
Stewardship Committee: Meeting
June 5th. 12:30 pm. Professional Library.
KEY END OF YEAR DATES
NECAP SCIENCE TESTING FOR 4TH AND 8TH GRADERS
May 9th & 10th! Parents please be aware of these dates and to remind students to get plenty of sleep the night before, eat breakfast, and rock the test!
Franklin County Art Show 2017Collins Perley Sports Complex
Monday, May 8 - Sunday May 14, 2017
Monday, May 8 from 5:30 pm-7:00 pm
Examples of some of the art being produced at SACS.
BE SURE TO HAVE YOUR WALKING CONTEST TALLY SHEETS UPDATED BY THE END OF THE SCHOOL DAY ON FRIDAYS. THANK YOU.
INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE IN A TALENT SHOW
The Every 1 Counts Team at BFA is hosting a talent show to benefit The Relay For Life on May 6th, 2017 from 6-9PM. They are interested in having students from our school participate, not just high schoolers. Place: BFA Theatre. Great prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners-- but of course something for everyone. If you are interested contact Kay at 802-782-6750. All participants are under the age of 18.
REPORTS AND PICTURES
Mr. Lewis' students planted kale, lettuce and flowers with Mrs. Smith on Thursday Morning. They had already planted beans that have germinated in their classroom window.
Mrs. Gleason's students are pictured here planting lettuce, kale and flowers just as Mr. Lewis' group did above. Other kindergarten and pre-k classrooms were visited by Mrs. Smith on Thursday -although not photographed. All these young students are learning about seeds, germination and the caring of plants. The plant growing experience is part of St. Albans City School's Pre-K/Kindergarten Farm to School program and curriculum.
Blast from the Past Pictures
Mrs. Halverson's students took a brain break Thursday morning. Here are a few pictures of them dancing to music.
EMBRYOLOGY in Pre-K/Kindergarten
Pre-k and kindergarten students are learning about how fertilized chicken eggs can be incubated and hatched. They will get to care for the young chicks before the end of the school year. Mrs. Lawyer is shown placing some eggs in an incubator. Another incubator is full of eggs and completing its task in Mr. Lewis' classroom.
A few pictures of students participating in P.E. in the little gym. 5-4-2017