FRIDAY MARCH 9th
JOKE OF THE WEEK
Monday- Cereal or Bagel
Tuesday- Homemade Muffin or Bagel
Wednesday- Breakfast Round or Bagel
Thursday- Yogurt Meal or Bagel
Friday- Cinnamon Bun or Bagel
Sugar Snap Peas: Bright, crisp and naturally sweet, sugar snap peas are a healthy "summer" treat. Like most veggies, sugar snap peas are low in calories. At just 41 calories per cup, they'll fit into virtually any diet, including low-carb diets or low-calorie diets for weight loss. LINK TO REFERENCE
The snow tubes will be outside again during recess.
Model Train Enthusiasts: Model Train Show. Link to More Information
Saturday, March 10th. 10:00 to 4:00 PM. Location: Collins Perley Center.
Yearbook Committee: Meeting
Monday, March 12th. 7:45 to 8:30 AM. Location: Library
Everyone: Walking Wednesday (this is the only one for March)
Wednesday, March 14th. 6:45 to 7:30 AM. Link to Routes and Start Times
Incredibles & Discovery: Skiing Field Trip to Jay Peak
Monday, March 19th. 7:45 AM to 2:00 PM. Transporation: Bus
Food Advisory Committee Meeting
Monday, March 19th. 1:30 to 2:30 PM. Location: Professional Library
3rd & 4th Graders: Field Trip to BFA
Wednesday, March 21st. 12:30 to 2:15 PM. Transportation: Bus
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMMING
(Session Four acceptance letters were sent home on 3/7, classes begin 3/12)
Students who need to take the late bus must register for it before 12:00 noon - there is no late bus on Fridays.
Please contact Alisha Sawyer with any questions or for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jazz Band is rehearsing today at 2.
EVENTS OR NOTICES
Team Triumph needs your empty plastic bottles (2 liter, water bottles, soda bottles, etc.) for a science project that we will be engaged in after the break. Mrs. Levine & Mrs. Morrissey would love it if you could bring them in for us at any point between now and the end of March. We will gladly be around to collect them if that works best for you, or you can deliver them at your convenience. Thank you for your support!
PICTURES AND REPORTS
It is the time of year when Triumph students head outside with Mr. Branon to tap maple trees on the surrounding property. First, each tree is examined to determine the portions of the tree trunks most likely to have sap flowing in them. If dead wood or dead limbs above are observed it is better to move around a tree to find live wood. Students took turns drilling holes into the wood and hammering plastic spiles (spigots) into the trees. They also took turns hanging buckets and bucket lids to collect sap and keep detritus from contaminating the fluid. It was perfect weather for the task and Triumph students and staff are eager for the sap to start flowing so that they can collect it and boil it down into syrup in the new sugar house.
On February 23rd teams of students from Incredibles presented their ecybermission work to parents and adults from the school building. They shared some impressive findings and displays. Many of the presentations had to do with space. LINK TO 26 PICTURES
There was a strong parent turn out to see the ecybermission presentations and the science fair event on February 23rd, 2018. Some of the presentations were photographed. LINK TO 45 PICTURES