Oven Baked Chicken Nuggets w/Dipping Sauce
Roasted Potato Wedges
Banana Bread Square
Fruit & Veggie Bar
or Yogurt or Sunbutter and Jelly or Deli Sandwich or Pizza
SATEC’s Vermont Kids Against Tobacco (VKAT) group presented at our K-4 School Sing on Friday.
Students answered questions and heard information about the negative effects of smoking on our health. Thank you to our VKAT students!
Book Donations Needed
The PKC (peace, kindness and celebrations) is a group of 6th grade students who work to help and educate others. We are currently collecting books to help inmates better their lives by reading, We are sponsoring the local correctional center. There are many boxes around the school. There is 1 box in each grade - 4th grade and up, 1 in the library, 1 in each of the lobbies, front and back. We are looking for middle school level books, paperback or hardcover books are acceptable, also fiction or nonfiction, textbooks and resource books too. Please avoid topics like crime, weapons and maps etc.
We will be collecting till Dec. 19th.
Thank you for your help. If you have any questions contact Mrs. Ely at email@example.com
This is the last week of Open Doors.
3:30-4:30 Students will meet in the cafeteria at dismissal
3/4 2Inspire Dance
3:30-5:00 Students will meet in the cafeteria at dismissal
5-8 Ready, Set, Draw
5-6 Fashion and Design
5-8 Magic Gaming
3-8 WINTER EXTRAVAGANZA
In between Open Doors Sessions (December 1st-12th) we will be offering students in grades 3-8 and school wide faculty and staff the opportunity to sign up and participate in SATEC’s “Winter Extravaganza”. This is a structured and rehearsed variety show that will have various acts of singing, dancing, acting, story telling, band playing and beyond!
Students will be allowed to choose what they would be interested in participating in. (i.e. singing, dancing, acting) or helping with the show (costumes, props, etc.) We will spend two weeks after school rehearsing (some acts won’t go everyday) to prepare for an evening show for the community, students and staff!
Students received information on Friday.
There is no cost to sign up, just a commitment to your acts and you to do your very best!!
Please contact Rose Bedard with any questions firstname.lastname@example.org or 752-2703
Basketball will begin today.
Participants who have handed in their paperwork and are cleared have been given a schedule for this week. A full season schedule will be handed out next week. Students must academically eligible to play.
Practices for Monday, November 17th.
5:00-6:15: 5th and 6th Grade Boys (conjoined practice to create two equal teams.)
6:15-7:45: 7th and 8th Grade Girls (conjoined practice until we find an additional coach.)