Friday, September 20, 2019

Daily Announcements Monday September 23, 2019

Due to technology issues, we will now post our Daily Announcements by 3:00 pm for the next day.  Sorry for an inconvenience.

Breakfast:
Choice of:
Assorted Cereals
 Hard boiled egg w/toast
 Yogurt Cup w/Granola or Bagel w/cream cheese
 Fresh Fruit Milk

Lunch:
Dress Your Own Burger
Hand Cut French Fries
Fresh Corn on the Cob
Daily Soup
Fresh Fruit & Veggie Bar
Milk



After School 
3:30-4:30 5-8 Cross Country Practice 
3:30-5:00 8 Girls Soccer Practice Field 1 
3:30-5:00 5/6 Boys White Soccer Practice Field 2
3:30-5:00 5/6 Girls White Soccer Practice Field 3
5:00-6:30- 8 Boys Soccer Practice Field 1 
5:00-6:30 5/6 Girls Green Soccer Practice Field 2
5:00-6:30 5/6 Boys Soccer Practice Field 3 


4:15 7 Girls @ Alburgh  Bus leaves at Students dismissed at 

5:15 7 Boys @ Alburgh  Bus leaves at Students dismissed at



What is Odyssey of the Mind?

An international STEAM based program that focuses on creative problem solving.  Teams up to 7 students work together to creatively solve a long term problem to be presented at the state tournament on March 14.  The teams also practice spontaneous problem solving during their practices which typically run about once a week, late-October to mid-March.  Teams must solve the problems themselves with a coach(es) to facilitate and guide, but not give ideas or help create solutions.

Who can participate?

Any SATEC student in grades K-8 (no cost, but there will be a fall 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 well with others and be willing to compromise (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! 
When?
September 24th in the SATEC library from 6:30-7:30. 
RSVP (to make sure we have enough room/activities): Lynn Tetreault-sltetreault@myfairpoint.net

Run for the Lake will take place on Sunday, October 13th. The kids fun run is free to participants ages 10 and under. Students of all ages registration for the 3K, 5K, and 10K are $20, and $40 for all other adult participants.The link below will take you to our website registration page with more details and information.https://www.friendsofnorthernlakechamplain.org/product/2019-run-for-the-lake/


Come be a part of the holiday magic of Vermont’s longest running Nutcracker performance with Albany Berkshire Ballet. Student Dancer Auditions will be held:

Burlington, VT - September 29, 2019
Flynn Center for the Performing Arts – Flynn Space
153 Main St., Burlington, VT 05401

10:00 am Ages 4-5
10:30 am Ages 6-8
11:30 am Ages 9-11
1:00 pm Ages 12 and up
Audition fee of $20
Shows will help kick off the holiday season Thanksgiving weekend November 30 & December 1, 2019. Children are generally in one show. For more information contact Lori Preiss at abbvermontnutcracker@gmail.com.


Thursday, September 19, 2019

Daily Announcements Friday September 20, 2019

Due to technology issues, we will now post our Daily Announcements by 3:00 pm for the next day.  Sorry for an inconvenience.

Breakfast:
Choice of:
WG Iced Honey Bun
 Hard boiled egg w/toast
 Yogurt Cup w/Granola or Bagel w/cream cheese
 Fresh Fruit Milk

Lunch:
Grilled Cheese
Daily Soup
Fresh Fruit & Veggie Bar
Milk



After School 
There are no after school activities scheduled for today. 


Saturday, September 21st 
5/6 Maple Run Soccer Round Robin
9:00 
Field 2                                         Field 3 
SATEC vs. SATEC                      City vs. Fairfield 

9:30 
SATEC White vs. Fairfield         City vs. SATEC Green 

10:00 
SATEC White vs. City              Fairfield vs. SATEC Green 


This will be for the same for the boys starting at 10:30

10:30 
Field 2                                         Field 3 
SATEC vs. SATEC                  City vs. Fairfield 

11:00
SATEC White vs. Fairfield         City vs. SATEC Green 

11:30
SATEC White vs. City             Fairfield vs. SATEC Green 
Early Release Friday's for students staying at SATEC log on to https://www.familyid.com to register.
other options include St. Albans Recreation Department https://stalbansvt.myrec.com or YMCA https://gbymca.wufoo.com/…/20192020-y-before-and-after-sch…/ 


What is Odyssey of the Mind?

An international STEAM based program that focuses on creative problem solving.  Teams up to 7 students work together to creatively solve a long term problem to be presented at the state tournament on March 14.  The teams also practice spontaneous problem solving during their practices which typically run about once a week, late-October to mid-March.  Teams must solve the problems themselves with a coach(es) to facilitate and guide, but not give ideas or help create solutions.

Who can participate?

Any SATEC student in grades K-8 (no cost, but there will be a fall 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 well with others and be willing to compromise (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! 
When?
September 24th in the SATEC library from 6:30-7:30. 
RSVP (to make sure we have enough room/activities): Lynn Tetreault-sltetreault@myfairpoint.net

Run for the Lake will take place on Sunday, October 13th. The kids fun run is free to participants ages 10 and under. Students of all ages registration for the 3K, 5K, and 10K are $20, and $40 for all other adult participants.The link below will take you to our website registration page with more details and information.https://www.friendsofnorthernlakechamplain.org/product/2019-run-for-the-lake/


Come be a part of the holiday magic of Vermont’s longest running Nutcracker performance with Albany Berkshire Ballet. Student Dancer Auditions will be held:

Burlington, VT - September 29, 2019
Flynn Center for the Performing Arts – Flynn Space
153 Main St., Burlington, VT 05401

10:00 am Ages 4-5
10:30 am Ages 6-8
11:30 am Ages 9-11
1:00 pm Ages 12 and up
Audition fee of $20
Shows will help kick off the holiday season Thanksgiving weekend November 30 & December 1, 2019. Children are generally in one show. For more information contact Lori Preiss at abbvermontnutcracker@gmail.com.

Hello all!  School Sing News:

On Friday, Sept. 6th, the students and staff in grades K-3 will meet for our first School Sing of the 2019-2020 school year.  As in the past, we will be collecting donated items throughout the year for several local agencies/charities.  Franklin County Animal Rescue is the first one we will be collecting for, from Sept. 6th through Nov. 15th. 
We are looking for the following items:
Animal Items - dry and canned cat, kitten, dog, and puppy food - IAMS brand, if possible.
                        Dog and cat toys
                        Dog collars
Cleaning Items-  Liquid dish soap, liquid bleach, trash bags, and paper towels
People/Office Items - Toilet paper, copier paper, and stamps
Visitors are welcome for our weekly sing-along.  We hope to see you there!  Start time is about 8:45 until 9:05 or so, in the cafeteria. 
Thank you for all your support throughout the years!   Lea Menkens - School Sing Chairperson


Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Daily Announcements- Thursday September 19, 2019

Due to technology issues, we will now post our Daily Announcements by 3:00pm for the next day.  Sorry for an inconvenience.

Breakfast:
Choice of:
Sausage & Cheese English Muffin
 Hard boiled egg w/toast
 Yogurt Cup w/Granola or Bagel w/cream cheese
 Fresh FruitMilk

Lunch:
Macaroni & Cheese
Homemade Dinner Roll
Daily Soup
Fresh Fruit & Veggie Bar
Milk



After School 
Early Release Friday's for students staying at SATEC log on to https://www.familyid.com to register.
other options include St. Albans Recreation Department https://stalbansvt.myrec.com or YMCA https://gbymca.wufoo.com/…/20192020-y-before-and-after-sch…/ 

After School Activities:
SATEC’s 5-8 Cross Country Meet At Hard’ack 
4:00 Girls  4:30 Boys
Bus leaves at 3:15  Students dismissed at 3:05

5/6 Boys Team Green 4:00 *this has been change from the original schedule and 5/6 Girls Team Green 5:15. @ Grande Isle. Bus leaves at   Students dismissed at 3:15 Bus leaves at 3:05



8 Girls 4:00 and 8 Boys 5:15 @ Fairfield. 

Bus leaves at 3:30 Students dismissed at 3:20

5:00-6:30 7 Girls Soccer Practice.

Thais has been an add on. 



What is Odyssey of the Mind?

An international STEAM based program that focuses on creative problem solving.  Teams up to 7 students work together to creatively solve a long term problem to be presented at the state tournament on March 14.  The teams also practice spontaneous problem solving during their practices which typically run about once a week, late-October to mid-March.  Teams must solve the problems themselves with a coach(es) to facilitate and guide, but not give ideas or help create solutions.

Who can participate?

Any SATEC student in grades K-8 (no cost, but there will be a fall 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 well with others and be willing to compromise (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! 
When?
September 24th in the SATEC library from 6:30-7:30. 
RSVP (to make sure we have enough room/activities): Lynn Tetreault-sltetreault@myfairpoint.net

Run for the Lake will take place on Sunday, October 13th. The kids fun run is free to participants ages 10 and under. Students of all ages registration for the 3K, 5K, and 10K are $20, and $40 for all other adult participants.The link below will take you to our website registration page with more details and information.https://www.friendsofnorthernlakechamplain.org/product/2019-run-for-the-lake/


Come be a part of the holiday magic of Vermont’s longest running Nutcracker performance with Albany Berkshire Ballet. Student Dancer Auditions will be held:

Burlington, VT - September 29, 2019
Flynn Center for the Performing Arts – Flynn Space
153 Main St., Burlington, VT 05401

10:00 am Ages 4-5
10:30 am Ages 6-8
11:30 am Ages 9-11
1:00 pm Ages 12 and up
Audition fee of $20
Shows will help kick off the holiday season Thanksgiving weekend November 30 & December 1, 2019. Children are generally in one show. For more information contact Lori Preiss at abbvermontnutcracker@gmail.com.

Hello all!  School Sing News:

On Friday, Sept. 6th, the students and staff in grades K-3 will meet for our first School Sing of the 2019-2020 school year.  As in the past, we will be collecting donated items throughout the year for several local agencies/charities.  Franklin County Animal Rescue is the first one we will be collecting for, from Sept. 6th through Nov. 15th. 
We are looking for the following items:
Animal Items - dry and canned cat, kitten, dog, and puppy food - IAMS brand, if possible.
                        Dog and cat toys
                        Dog collars
Cleaning Items-  Liquid dish soap, liquid bleach, trash bags, and paper towels
People/Office Items - Toilet paper, copier paper, and stamps
Visitors are welcome for our weekly sing-along.  We hope to see you there!  Start time is about 8:45 until 9:05 or so, in the cafeteria. 
Thank you for all your support throughout the years!   Lea Menkens - School Sing Chairperson







Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Daily Announcements-Wednesday September 18, 2019

Breakfast:
Choice of:
Breakfast round
 Hard boiled egg w/toast
 Yogurt Cup w/Granola or Bagel w/cream cheese
 Fresh Fruit
Milk

Lunch:
General Tso Chicken
Veggie Fried Rice
Homemade Dinner Roll
Daily Soup
Fresh Fruit & Veggie Bar
Milk

SATEC Staff supervised walking school bus starting locations 2019-2020: We will be walking Wednesday, September 18th.

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 
Early Release Friday's for students staying at SATEC log on to https://www.familyid.com to register.
other options include St. Albans Recreation Department https://stalbansvt.myrec.com or YMCA https://gbymca.wufoo.com/…/20192020-y-before-and-after-sch…/ 

After School Activities
3:30-5:00 7 Boys Soccer Practice Field 2

5:00-6:00 5/6 Girls Team White Field 2 Host Georgia has been cancelled. 5/6 Girls Team White will now practice from 5:00-6:00 Field 2 
This has been a change from the original schedule.

5:30 5/6 Boys Team Field 3  White Host Georgia Athletes must go home and return back after 5:00 p.m. 

5:30-7:00 8 Boys Soccer Practice Field 1

What is Odyssey of the Mind?

An international STEAM based program that focuses on creative problem solving.  Teams up to 7 students work together to creatively solve a long term problem to be presented at the state tournament on March 14.  The teams also practice spontaneous problem solving during their practices which typically run about once a week, late-October to mid-March.  Teams must solve the problems themselves with a coach(es) to facilitate and guide, but not give ideas or help create solutions.

Who can participate?

Any SATEC student in grades K-8 (no cost, but there will be a fall 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 well with others and be willing to compromise (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! 
When?
September 24th in the SATEC library from 6:30-7:30. 
RSVP (to make sure we have enough room/activities): Lynn Tetreault-sltetreault@myfairpoint.net

Run for the Lake will take place on Sunday, October 13th. The kids fun run is free to participants ages 10 and under. Students of all ages registration for the 3K, 5K, and 10K are $20, and $40 for all other adult participants.The link below will take you to our website registration page with more details and information.https://www.friendsofnorthernlakechamplain.org/product/2019-run-for-the-lake/

Come be a part of the holiday magic of Vermont’s longest running Nutcracker performance with Albany Berkshire Ballet. Student Dancer Auditions will be held:

Burlington, VT - September 29, 2019
Flynn Center for the Performing Arts – Flynn Space
153 Main St., Burlington, VT 05401

10:00 am Ages 4-5
10:30 am Ages 6-8
11:30 am Ages 9-11
1:00 pm Ages 12 and up
Audition fee of $20
Shows will help kick off the holiday season Thanksgiving weekend November 30 & December 1, 2019. Children are generally in one show. For more information contact Lori Preiss at abbvermontnutcracker@gmail.com.

Hello all!  School Sing News:

On Friday, Sept. 6th, the students and staff in grades K-3 will meet for our first School Sing of the 2019-2020 school year.  As in the past, we will be collecting donated items throughout the year for several local agencies/charities.  Franklin County Animal Rescue is the first one we will be collecting for, from Sept. 6th through Nov. 15th. 
We are looking for the following items:
Animal Items - dry and canned cat, kitten, dog, and puppy food - IAMS brand, if possible.
                        Dog and cat toys
                        Dog collars
Cleaning Items-  Liquid dish soap, liquid bleach, trash bags, and paper towels
People/Office Items - Toilet paper, copier paper, and stamps
Visitors are welcome for our weekly sing-along.  We hope to see you there!  Start time is about 8:45 until 9:05 or so, in the cafeteria. 
Thank you for all your support throughout the years!   Lea Menkens - School Sing Chairperson