Thursday, February 11, 2016

Friday, February 12, 2016

Chicken Nuggets w/Dipping Sauce
Roasted Sweet Potato Wedges
Dinner Roll
Fruit & Veggie Bar
Vegetable Soup

Paws-itive Pies for PBIS! School Wide Coin Challenge starts today!
Wednesday, February 10th through the 17th.
The top two grades (one grade from K-4 and one grade 5-8) that have the most amount of money raised will get the chance to put a pie in their teachers’ or staff members that works with in the grade face during our spirit assembly on Friday the 19th.  Teachers and students will be drawn that day. All the money raised will go towards PBIS t-shirts for every kid and staff!

K-8 Grade School Wide Talent Show will be Wednesday, February 17th, 2016 6:00-7:30 PM

After School activities for Friday, February 12, 2016
There are no after school activities or athletics today.

Basketball for Saturday, February 13, 2016

9:00 5/6 Girls vs. Georgia Red @ St.Albans City School
9:00 5/6 Boys Green vs. Fairfield @ Grand Isle
10:00 5/6 Boys White vs.Fairfax White @ Grand Isle
Uniform Return

As we enter the last week of winter sports we want to remind players that their jerseys need to be handed in to Ms. Rose in the back lobby. All Jerseys need to be washed and placed in the plastic bag that there were given in, along with the sheet that identifies their name, #, and team. There will be a blue bin for students to put the jerseys and shorts  in. Jersey that are not returned by March 11th  will be considered “lost” and those players will receive a bill for $30.00 to help replace it.

SATEC’s K-8 Spirit Week: Monday, February 15th-19th
America Monday: Dress in stars, stripes, red, white and blue.
Twinning Tuesday: Find a staff member, teacher, classmate or friend and dress alike
When I Grow Up Wednesday: Dress to impress to show others what you want to be when you grow up!
Theme Day Thursday:
Each learning community or grade will decide on a theme to represent that day.
Class Color Friday
8th, 4th, and Kindergarten wear green
7th and 3rd grade wear yellow
6th and 2nd wear red
5th and 1st wear blue

2016 Yearbook: Attention 8th grade parents!

This years’ yearbook committee has decided to continue the tradition of displaying pictures of the 8th grade class in the “younger years.” Parents or students will have until February 19th to submit a photo. Photos can be emailed to in jpeg format or  brought to Ms. Rose in an envelope stating your first and last and if you want the picture returned back to you. Please make sure you identify the photo.

A Message from the ACT 46 Committee

Everyone wants to know if tax rates will go up or down. A definitive answer to that is not possible because of all of the parts used in the formula to set the tax rate. Clearly, if school unification passes, taxes will be ten cents lower the first year, eight cents the second year, etc. than it would be without the incentives. Tax rates in the three towns will be less volatile since expenses are spread over a broader tax base. The state has approved various incentives worth millions of dollars to support mergers, which will cover any up-front merger costs (transitions in payroll systems, new contract negotiations, etc.) and may even cause a lower tax rate.  In the longer term, the merger’s administrative efficiencies should help to slow down cost increases. If you have questions not answered there feel free to email them to