MONDAY, JUNE 17th
IN CASE YOU MISSED THEM - JOKES FROM LAST WEEK
It looks like an excellent day ahead for outside activities.
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CALLING ALL ACTORS!
We have spots open for Theater this summer! Sign up today! Open to 4th-8th Graders.
The following programs are FULL for Summer 2019 Open Doors, July 8th-12th:
Cultural Cooking and Crafts
Yoga and Just Dance
Never Bored Games
Programs with space:
Exploring Local Ecosystems
Week two has PLENTY of open opportunities - sign up today for July 15th-19th!
Exploring Local Ecosystems
Fun in the Sun
Sewing and Crafts
Program choices are limited and we will do the best we can to make sure everyone is enrolled in something they will like!
*Acceptance letters will be distributed Thursday, June 13th!
Triumph and Voyagers Pool Party
Monday, June 17th. 12:00 to 2:00 PM.
Discovery and Voyagers Smoothie Bike Party
Monday, June 17th. 12:00 PM for Voyagers. 1:00 PM for Discovery.
Last Day of School for students moving to grades 2, 3, 5, 6
Tuesday, June 18th.
Step-Up-Day (last day of school) for students moving to Kindergarten, 1, 4, 7 & 8
Wednesday, June 19th. This is a very brief school day
Students moving into grades 4, 7, and 8 arrive at 7:30 AM and depart at 10:30 AM.
Children moving into kindergarten and 1st grade arrive at 8:00 AM and leave at 10:00 AM.
Last Day of School year on the 19th and is only for those grades doing step up day
(see above). For everyone else, the last day of school is the 18th.
Graduations for Fairfield, SACS and SATEC will be June 12 and BFA will be June 15 as Scheduled.
May 3rd. Parent Teacher Conferences
May 27th. Memorial Day. No School.
Notice: Last Day of School has been moved
from the 13th to the 19th.
PICTURES AND REPORTS
E-CYBERMISSION STUDENTS COMPETE AT A NATIONAL LEVEL
We just received this picture of the four Renaissance students, Genevieve, Heather, Ella and Molly, and their teacher, Ms. Loucy, getting ready to compete in Washington DC. The picture was taken on Sunday. 6-16-2019. Wish them luck.
LOCAL DAIRY PRODUCTS WERE FOCUSED UPON IN THE CAFETERIA THIS JUNE
The Abbey Group organized a visit by a representative from Cabot Cooperative to come by and offer everyone samples of four different types of cheese. The tasting table proved extremely popular with students and adults of all ages. Here is a LINK TO 22 PICTURES of the event. 6-14-2019.
CHICKENS IN RESIDENCE AT SACS
For years the kindergarten teams have hatched chicks and duckling as part of their embryology instruction program. This year our school, and Team USA, agreed to keep some of those newly hatched chicks and raise them to adult chickens. These chickens would become permanent residents of SACS. This spring, students from USA raised the chickens and invited younger students to play with them as they grew. This batch of photos shows students from Navigators, Imagination and USA. The Stewardship committee helped support the purchase of equipment to raise and house the chickens. Check out the pictures below.
Chickens housed in USA temporarily
Assembling the new chicken coop structure
TEAM USA 8TH GRADE PERSONAL LEARNING PLAN SPEECHES
LINK TO VIDEO 1.5 HOURS LONG
NAVIGATORS BIRD MASK AND ART PARADE
Student donned masks that they made with Ms. Mayer or carried artwork they had made in her classes for a parade outside and inside the school. Check out this LINK TO 16 PICTURES
CONNECTIONS AT COHEN PARK
At the end of each school year the entire connections group travels down to Cohen Park on Lake Champlain. They picnic, play games and fish together. It is a great bonding time at a lovely location. LINK TO 9 PICTURES
NAVIGATORS AT SHELBURNE FARMS
Ms. Lawyer shared photos of their experiences at Shelburne Farms on June 12th, 2019. LINK TO 43 PICTURES
LOST AND FOUND
These glasses were found in the large gym by the P.E. teachers. You can retrieve your glasses at the lobby front desk.