Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Thursday, December 17, 2015

Pancakes w/Local Syrup
Sausage Links
Sweet & White Home Fries
Fruit & Veggie Bar
Vegetable Soup

After School Activities for 12/17/2015

3:30-5:00 Junior Iron Chef

Winter Extravaganza Workshops: 3:30-5:00
3-8 Costume, Prop, Design

Winter Extravaganza Dress Rehearsal
for Acting, Dance and Tumbling
3:30-4:45 in the cafeteria.

SATEC’s 2nd Annual Winter Extravaganza
Friday, December 18th 6:00-7:30  Doors Open at 5:30
Come celebrate the holidays and traditions with performances and acts from participating SATEC students and staff.
Admission is $5.00 all proceeds will benefit SATEC's Open Doors program.
Our yearbook club will hosting a bake sale.


4:00 7 Girls Host MVU

5:00 8 Girls Host MVU


Schedule Change for Monday, December 21st

5/6 Boys Green will now play at 4:00
5/6 Girls will now play at  at 5:00

Vermont Kids Against Tobacco (VKAT)
VKAT is a peer-led group that was started in 1995 to educate kids (5th to 8th grade) about the real dangers of tobacco use. Over the last ten years VKAT has grown from 10 groups to 51 and the content area has expanded to include alcohol and other drugs, fitness & nutrition, media literacy, life skills and decision making.
More than 750 middle school youth were VKAT members last year - they held 382 tobacco prevention related activities that reached over 24,000 community members.
The goals of VKAT
Reduce youth smoking rates.
  • Create and support youth leaders.
  • Increased self-concept and self-confidence that can lead to realization that youth's opinions and ideas count.
  • Learn how to present factual and current information about the harms of tobacco and other topics.
Interested in being a part of VKAT? Please contact our VKAT Advisor, Mrs. Ovitt Grade 7-8 Support Staff, passionate about education and the well being and future of today’s youth!
A Message from the ACT 46 Study Committee:
What is Franklin Central - a school district, union district, or supervisory union and what are the differences?
We are all three. Each town has an elementary school, and each of those is a "school district" with its own school board. St. Albans City and St. Albans Town are also members of Union District No. 48 (USHD-48) which consists of Bellows Free Academy/Northwest Technical Center, and also has its own school board with proportional representation from St. Albans City and St. Albans Town. The school districts and UHSD-48 make up Franklin Central Supervisory Union (FCSU), which also has its own board made up of three representatives from each school district and USHD-48 boards. It oversees the "central office" services for all districts, such as the superintendent, special education, K-12 curriculum development, and business services. If you have questions not answered there feel free to email them to