MONDAY JUNE 19th
There may be periods of time where outside recess will work. On the other hand, there is also a good chance of rain throughout the day.
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMMING (June 19th and 20th)
4-6 Grade: Camping Field Trip
Discovery June 19/20 Covenant Hills
Triumph: Field Trip to Hard'ackJune 19th. 9:00 am to 1:30 pm. Transportation: walking
USA & Renaissance 7th Graders: Field Trip to Mt. Philo
June 20th. 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Triumph: Field Trip to Hoss'
June 20th. 12:15 to 1:45 pm. Transportation: Walking.
June 20th. 12:00 to 2:00 pm. St. Albans Outdoor Pool.
Grades 1,2,4,5,8: Last Day of SchoolJune 20th.
June 20th. 12:30 to 1:45 pm. Location: Cafeteria
Grades K,3,6,7: Last Day of School - Step Up Day - 1/2 Day
KEY END OF YEAR DATES
is the LAST CALL for A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE letters of registration for the training in August. We have spots left.
ST. ALBANS PLAYGROUP
PARENTS WITH 0 TO 5 AGED CHILDREN TAKE NOTE:
St. Albans playgroup will be CANCELLED (taking a break!) for the months of July and August and will resume in September.
Instead of playgroup next week, we will meet at the Rail Trail atfor a scavenger hunt and some snacks with the Health Department!
Dunes Day isand all families to state they are “with the parent child center” will be granted FREE entry for the day!
LINK TO INFORMATION ABOUT THE SCAVENGER HUNT AND DUNES DAY
REPORTS AND PICTURES
Connections traveled down Lower Newton St. to Cohen park for a day of fishing, softball, and general play. Good food and company made for an excellent day out.
After completing a run-through of the graduation ceremony, the 8th graders received their free year books. They contain the standard school photos taken once a year and a range of other pictures taken during plays, sporting events and regular school activities. Mrs. Ward and a team of other parents assembled the yearbooks. Thank you.
UNIFIED ARTS ELECTIVE CHOICE SESSION
Current 7th Graders (and sixth graders) made their top five choices for courses offered over the next school year by the Unified Arts staff. Options included languages, lifetime fitness, multiple arts opportunities, rocketry, Minecraft, audio/video making, robotics, puzzle making and more... The sign up procedure was done on-line during the week of June 12-16th.
HOPE BARBECUE LUNCH
Students in HOPE (Hands On Practical Education) and their guests, enjoyed a wonderful Friday barbecue. It was a really nice social event and a very tasty meal. 6-16-2017
STUDENT MINECRAFT CREATIONS
Mrs. Cameron-Muscente submitted these Minecraft pictures created by her students. There is a lot of Minecraft skill and creativity demonstrated here.