Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Thursday, September 20, 2018




Breakfast:
Choice of:
Sausage & Cheese English Muffin, Bagel w/ Cream Cheese,
Hard Boiled Egg w/Toast or Yogurt Cup w/Granola
Fresh Fruit
Milk

Lunch:
Shepherd’s Pie (Hamburger, Corn & Mashed Potato)
Dinner Roll
Fresh Fruit & Veggie Bar
Milk


After School Activities
Practices:
3:30-4:45 5-8 Cross Country

Home Events:
7 Girls (F2) and 7 Boys (F3) Host South Hero



Join us for our Farm To School Regional Gathering, Thursday October 11th 4:00-6:30 in the Library.  Light snacks will be offered and door prizes will be given away. Bring your ideas on what you would like Farm to School to look like at SATEC.

SATEC FOUR WINDS PROGRAM
Are you interested in being involved in your child’s classroom at SATEC? The SATEC Four Winds Nature Program is a great way to share a love of science and nature with your child in their classroom.
A SATEC Four Winds Nature Program volunteer does not require a science degree or a teaching certification; just an interest in learning, sharing, and being involved in your child’s classroom. Volunteers are supplied with all the materials and training (both live and online) for each lesson.
During the 2018-2019 school year, the SATEC Four Winds Nature Program will be studying the theme of Patterns in Nature with 5 units:
Disguises                      Cones                             Snowflakes      
Tracks                    Nests
To find out more about Four Winds Nature Program at SATEC, please contact me directly at the e-mail listed below. Please provide me with your name, your child’s name, their teacher, and any questions that you may have. It really is a very fun group to be a part of and it only takes a few hours a month to make a huge difference!
Myles Miller
SATEC Four Winds Coordinator
SATECFourWinds@gmail.com
You may also call me directly at (802) 393-0264.



Odyssey Of The Mind

What is Odyssey of the Mind?

A team creative thinking and problem solving competition that runs from mid-October to March 16 (state competition day).  (Typically one practice a week)

Who can participate?

Any SATEC student in grades K-8 (no cost, but there will be a fundraiser to participate in).  Teams are put together based on interests, grade level and volunteer coach availability. To be on a team, students must be able to work with other students and be considerate of others ideas (teamwork).   Students also need to have the desire to be creative and have fun!!
Want to learn more about Odyssey of the Mind and possibly sign up?
Come to a family night to learn more about this program and participate in some Odyssey of the Mind activities!  Past participants are encouraged to attend and share their experiences with the program.
When?
September 21st in the SATEC cafeteria from 6:30-7:30.  
RSVP (to make sure we have enough room/activities) to:
Lynn Tetreault- sltetreault@myfairpoint.net .  If you are interested but can’t make this event, email Lynn at the address above for more information.
  • To look at the list of problem synopses please visit the “Afterschool” section of our SATEC website at:  https://bit.ly/2NB8Fd3

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Wednesday, September 19, 2018




Breakfast:
Choice of:
Healthy Whole Grain Breakfast Round , Bagel w/ Cream Cheese,
Hard Boiled Egg w/Toast or Yogurt Cup w/Granola
Fresh Fruit
Milk

Lunch:
Grilled Cheese Sandwich
From Scratch Creamy Tomato Soup
Fresh Fruit & Veggie Bar
Milk

SATEC Staff supervised walking school bus starting locations 2018-2019: We will be walking Wednesday, September 19th.
Barlow Street School- Departs at 8:00AM
J & L Service Center- Departs at 8:00AM (Cricket, Route 5)
Intersection of Whitey and Orchard Street - Departs at 7:50 AM
Intersection of Thorpe Ave. Ext. and Sunset Terrace - Departs at 7:50 AM (Sonia, Route 2)
End of Meadowbrook/Potters Ave- Departs at 8:05AM

After School Activities

Practices
3:30-5:00 5/6 Boys Green (F3)  8 Boys (F2)

5:00-6:15 7 Boys (F3)

5:30-7:00 7 Girls (F2)





Join us for our Farm To School Regional Gathering, Thursday October 11th 4:00-6:30 in the Library.  Light snacks will be offered and door prizes will be given away. Bring your ideas on what you would like Farm to School to look like at SATEC.

SATEC FOUR WINDS PROGRAM
Are you interested in being involved in your child’s classroom at SATEC? The SATEC Four Winds Nature Program is a great way to share a love of science and nature with your child in their classroom.
A SATEC Four Winds Nature Program volunteer does not require a science degree or a teaching certification; just an interest in learning, sharing, and being involved in your child’s classroom. Volunteers are supplied with all the materials and training (both live and online) for each lesson.
During the 2018-2019 school year, the SATEC Four Winds Nature Program will be studying the theme of Patterns in Nature with 5 units:
Disguises                      Cones                             Snowflakes      
Tracks                    Nests
To find out more about Four Winds Nature Program at SATEC, please contact me directly at the e-mail listed below. Please provide me with your name, your child’s name, their teacher, and any questions that you may have. It really is a very fun group to be a part of and it only takes a few hours a month to make a huge difference!
Myles Miller
SATEC Four Winds Coordinator
SATECFourWinds@gmail.com
You may also call me directly at (802) 393-0264.



Odyssey Of The Mind

What is Odyssey of the Mind?

A team creative thinking and problem solving competition that runs from mid-October to March 16 (state competition day).  (Typically one practice a week)

Who can participate?

Any SATEC student in grades K-8 (no cost, but there will be a fundraiser to participate in).  Teams are put together based on interests, grade level and volunteer coach availability. To be on a team, students must be able to work with other students and be considerate of others ideas (teamwork).   Students also need to have the desire to be creative and have fun!!
Want to learn more about Odyssey of the Mind and possibly sign up?
Come to a family night to learn more about this program and participate in some Odyssey of the Mind activities!  Past participants are encouraged to attend and share their experiences with the program.
When?
September 21st in the SATEC cafeteria from 6:30-7:30.  
RSVP (to make sure we have enough room/activities) to:
Lynn Tetreault- sltetreault@myfairpoint.net .  If you are interested but can’t make this event, email Lynn at the address above for more information.
  • To look at the list of problem synopses please visit the “Afterschool” section of our SATEC website at:  https://bit.ly/2NB8Fd3

Monday, September 17, 2018

Tuesday, September 18, 2018




Breakfast:
Choice of:
WG Ham & Cheese Bagel , Bagel w/ Cream Cheese,
Hard Boiled Egg w/Toast or Yogurt Cup w/Granola
Fresh Fruit
Milk

Lunch:
Taco Bar w/ Soft Shell Homemade Salsa w/Fresh Tomatoes
Rice Pilaf
Fresh Fruit & Veggie Bar
Milk

After School Activities
Cross Country at Arrowhead Golf Course 3:30
Bus leaves at 2:15 Students dismissed at 2:05

Away Games
8 Girls Only @ MVU 4:00
Bus leaves at 3:30  Students dismissed at 3:20

Home Game
5/6 Girls White (F2) and 5/6 Boys White (F3) Host Fairfield 4:00

Practices
3:30-5:00 8 Boys (F1)

5:00-6:30 7 Girls (F1)



Join us for our Farm To School Regional Gathering, Thursday October 11th 4:00-6:30 in the Library.  Light snacks will be offered and door prizes will be given away. Bring your ideas on what you would like Farm to School to look like at SATEC.

SATEC FOUR WINDS PROGRAM
Are you interested in being involved in your child’s classroom at SATEC? The SATEC Four Winds Nature Program is a great way to share a love of science and nature with your child in their classroom.
A SATEC Four Winds Nature Program volunteer does not require a science degree or a teaching certification; just an interest in learning, sharing, and being involved in your child’s classroom. Volunteers are supplied with all the materials and training (both live and online) for each lesson.
During the 2018-2019 school year, the SATEC Four Winds Nature Program will be studying the theme of Patterns in Nature with 5 units:
Disguises                      Cones                             Snowflakes      
Tracks                    Nests
To find out more about Four Winds Nature Program at SATEC, please contact me directly at the e-mail listed below. Please provide me with your name, your child’s name, their teacher, and any questions that you may have. It really is a very fun group to be a part of and it only takes a few hours a month to make a huge difference!
Myles Miller
SATEC Four Winds Coordinator
SATECFourWinds@gmail.com
You may also call me directly at (802) 393-0264.



Odyssey Of The Mind

What is Odyssey of the Mind?

A team creative thinking and problem solving competition that runs from mid-October to March 16 (state competition day).  (Typically one practice a week)

Who can participate?

Any SATEC student in grades K-8 (no cost, but there will be a fundraiser to participate in).  Teams are put together based on interests, grade level and volunteer coach availability. To be on a team, students must be able to work with other students and be considerate of others ideas (teamwork).   Students also need to have the desire to be creative and have fun!!
Want to learn more about Odyssey of the Mind and possibly sign up?
Come to a family night to learn more about this program and participate in some Odyssey of the Mind activities!  Past participants are encouraged to attend and share their experiences with the program.
When?
September 21st in the SATEC cafeteria from 6:30-7:30.  
RSVP (to make sure we have enough room/activities) to:
Lynn Tetreault- sltetreault@myfairpoint.net .  If you are interested but can’t make this event, email Lynn at the address above for more information.
  • To look at the list of problem synopses please visit the “Afterschool” section of our SATEC website at:  https://bit.ly/2NB8Fd3

Sunday, September 16, 2018

Monday, September 17, 2018




Breakfast:
Choice of:
Asst. WG Cereal, Bagel w/ Cream Cheese,
Hard Boiled Egg w/Toast or Yogurt Cup w/Granola
Fresh Fruit
Milk

Lunch:
Oven Baked Chicken Nuggets w/Dipping Sauce
Roasted Sweet Potato Wedges
Fresh Fruit & Veggie Bar
Milk

Congratulations to our Farm to School vegetable basket winners
Elizabeth Sato, Angie Powers, Janet Welch and Laurie Murray.

After School Activities

Away Games
7 Boys and 8 Boys @ Georgia 4:00
Bus leaves at 3:30  Students dismissed at 3:20 Drop Off Only

Home Game
8 Girls Only Host Georgia (F3) 4:00

Practices

3:30-4:45  5-8 Cross Country

3:30-5:00 5/6 Girls Green (F1)  5/6 Boys Green (F2)

5:00-6:30 5/6 Girls White (F1)  5/6 Boys White (F2)




Join us for our Farm To School Regional Gathering, Thursday October 11th 4:00-6:30 in the Library.  Light snacks will be offered and door prizes will be given away. Bring your ideas on what you would like Farm to School to look like at SATEC.

SATEC FOUR WINDS PROGRAM
Are you interested in being involved in your child’s classroom at SATEC? The SATEC Four Winds Nature Program is a great way to share a love of science and nature with your child in their classroom.
A SATEC Four Winds Nature Program volunteer does not require a science degree or a teaching certification; just an interest in learning, sharing, and being involved in your child’s classroom. Volunteers are supplied with all the materials and training (both live and online) for each lesson.
During the 2018-2019 school year, the SATEC Four Winds Nature Program will be studying the theme of Patterns in Nature with 5 units:
Disguises                      Cones                             Snowflakes      
Tracks                    Nests
To find out more about Four Winds Nature Program at SATEC, please contact me directly at the e-mail listed below. Please provide me with your name, your child’s name, their teacher, and any questions that you may have. It really is a very fun group to be a part of and it only takes a few hours a month to make a huge difference!
Myles Miller
SATEC Four Winds Coordinator
SATECFourWinds@gmail.com
You may also call me directly at (802) 393-0264.



Odyssey Of The Mind

What is Odyssey of the Mind?

A team creative thinking and problem solving competition that runs from mid-October to March 16 (state competition day).  (Typically one practice a week)

Who can participate?

Any SATEC student in grades K-8 (no cost, but there will be a fundraiser to participate in).  Teams are put together based on interests, grade level and volunteer coach availability. To be on a team, students must be able to work with other students and be considerate of others ideas (teamwork).   Students also need to have the desire to be creative and have fun!!
Want to learn more about Odyssey of the Mind and possibly sign up?
Come to a family night to learn more about this program and participate in some Odyssey of the Mind activities!  Past participants are encouraged to attend and share their experiences with the program.
When?
September 21st in the SATEC cafeteria from 6:30-7:30.  
RSVP (to make sure we have enough room/activities) to:
Lynn Tetreault- sltetreault@myfairpoint.net .  If you are interested but can’t make this event, email Lynn at the address above for more information.
  • To look at the list of problem synopses please visit the “Afterschool” section of our SATEC website at:  https://bit.ly/2NB8Fd3

Thursday, September 13, 2018

Friday, September 14, 2018





Breakfast:
Choice of:
Whole Grain Breakfast Bun, Bagel w/ Cream Cheese,
Hard Boiled Egg w/Toast or Yogurt Cup w/Granola
Fresh Fruit
Milk

Lunch:
Cheesy Breadsticks w/Marinara
Chicken Noodle Soup
Fresh Fruit & Veggie Bar
Milk

After School Activities

3:30-5:00
5/6 Girls Green  (F2)

Saturday, September 15th

SATEC 7/8 Girls and Boys Soccer Jamboree


Tavares Day @ SATEC is coming September 14th!

It is with great enthusiasm we announce that Matt Tavares is coming to SATEC!  Matt is an author and illustrator who has published nineteen books and won several awards - including three Parents' Choice Gold Awards, an Orbis Pictus Honor, and two ALA Notable books. His artwork has been exhibited at the Museum of American Illustration, the Brandywine River Museum, and the Mazza Museum of Picture Book Art.  We are so honored to host him in our library!

Books written and illustrated by Matt Tavares
Zachary's Ball, Candlewick, 2000
Oliver's Game, Candlewick, 2004
Mudball, Candlewick, 2005
Henry Aaron's Dream, Candlewick, 2010
There Goes Ted Williams, Candlewick, 2012
Becoming Babe Ruth, Candlewick, 2013
Growing Up Pedro, Candlewick, 2015
Crossing Niagara, Candlewick, 2016
Red & Lulu, Candlewick, 2017

Books illustrated by Matt Tavares
'Twas the Night Before Christmas, Anonymous, Candlewick 2002
Jack and the Beanstalk, E. Nesbit, Candlewick, 2006
Iron Hans, retold by Stephen Mitchell, Candlewick, 2007
Lady Liberty: A Biography, Doreen Rappaport, Candlewick, 2008
The Gingerbread Pirates, Kristin Kladstrup, Candlewick, 2009
Jack's Path of Courage, Doreen Rappaport, Disney-Hyperion, 2010
Over the River and Through the Wood, L. Maria Child, Candlewick, 2011
Helen's Big World, Doreen Rappaport, Disney-Hyperion, 2012
Jubilee!, Alicia Potter, Candlewick, 2014
Lighter Than Air, Candlewick, 2017    

Odyssey Of The Mind

What is Odyssey of the Mind?

A team creative thinking and problem solving competition that runs from mid-October to March 16 (state competition day).  (Typically one practice a week)

Who can participate?

Any SATEC student in grades K-8 (no cost, but there will be a fundraiser to participate in).  Teams are put together based on interests, grade level and volunteer coach availability. To be on a team, students must be able to work with other students and be considerate of others ideas (teamwork).   Students also need to have the desire to be creative and have fun!!
Want to learn more about Odyssey of the Mind and possibly sign up?
Come to a family night to learn more about this program and participate in some Odyssey of the Mind activities!  Past participants are encouraged to attend and share their experiences with the program.
When?
September 21th in the SATEC cafeteria from 6:30-7:30.  
RSVP (to make sure we have enough room/activities) to:
Lynn Tetreault- sltetreault@myfairpoint.net .  If you are interested but can’t make this event, email Lynn at the address above for more information.
  • To look at the list of problem synopses please visit the “Afterschool” section of our SATEC website at:  https://bit.ly/2NB8Fd3