Daily Announcements for January 11, 2019
Judy Turner
Friday, January 11, 2019

The South Building Health Office will be closed today.  Please go to the North Health Office for all health care needs.

Please note a change to the lunch menu today - Spaghetti will be served.

Gaming Club will meet today from 2:50-4:50 in Room E-205.  All are welcome!

Session 2 fees for the Ski & Snowboard Club are due TODAY, Friday, January 11th.  If you have any questions, please see Mr. Pepin in the Guidance Office.

BFA Semester Dance Performance, TONIGHT, January 11th at 7:00 p.m. in the PAC.  Free and open to the public!

Good luck to the following sports teams as they compete on Saturday (1/12):

  • Freshman Boys Basketball host Essex @ 9:00 a.m.
  • JV & Varsity Boys Basketball at CVU @ 10:00/12:30.
  • JV & Varsity Girls Basketball host South Burlington @ 11:30/1:00.
  • Girls Hockey at Stowe @ 3:45 p.m.
  • Nordic Ski at Stratford @ 10:00 a.m.

IT’S WINTER AND THAT MEANS WINTER BALL Dress up and come dance with your friends this Saturday night, January 12th from 7:00-10:00 p.m. in the BFA Gym.

The North and South Health Offices will be open next week for 9th and 12th grade vision exams.  If your students have finished their assessments and have not had their vision exams done, please feel free to send them to our offices.

All Driver’s Education applications need to be submitted to the Northwest Technical Center by Monday, January 14th for the next sessionThe next session begins on Monday, February 4th with 2 classes, 6:15-7:15 a.m. and 3:00-4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday, excluding vacation.  All students making the classes will be notified through their parent/guardians via telephone by January 18th.

Because of the snow day, NWTC is extending their priority application deadline to January 16th.  Please submit your applications to Susan Bosland in the NWTC Office.  See Mrs. Bosland if you have any questions.

Come have fun after Wednesday’s Exam on 1/16!  Ms. Brouillette’s Sports & Entertainment Marketing Class presents Broomball and other games (Dodgeball, Volleyball, Badminton, Capture the Flag, etc.)  Choose your own teams.  Plus, free snacks at the Complex from 1:45-3:15 p.m.  If you need a ride please catch the Complex bus at 1:40 p.m.

Paid Internship Opportunity – Semester 2 – If you are 18+ and interested in a “Paid Internship” at the Fastenal Company located here in St. Albans and would like more information, please contact Mrs. Chesser at kchesser@maplerun.org.

GIV Winter Weekends

Applications are now open. Click here to apply early – spaces will fill!

Winter Weekends are two-day intensive learning experiences for Vermont 9th-12th graders. You’ll live on Goddard College campus all weekend and explore a topic you’re interested in in-depth with professional mentors and new friends who love the same things you do. Winter Weekends are jam-packed with fun, learning, and community-building and are a smart way to get a taste of what GIV summer Institutes are like.  For information on tuition, please visit our Winter Tuition page.

 

2019 TOPICS

https://www.giv.org/winterweekend/

 

** Please review the Assessment Schedule below:

 

Assessment Schedule -1st Semester

4 Block Brunch

The first day of semester 2 is January 22nd

 

 

 

Tuesday

1/15/2019

Wednesday

1/16/2019

Thursday

1/17/2019

Friday

1/18/2019

7:00 – 7:55

Breakfast in Cafeteria

Breakfast in Cafeteria

Breakfast in Cafeteria

Breakfast in Cafeteria

8:00 – 9:45

Assessment

Period 2

Assessment

Period 3

Assessment

Period 5

Assessment

Period 7

 

 

 

 

 

9:55 – 11:35

Enrichment/Brunch

Enrichment/Brunch

Enrichment/Brunch

10:00 – 11:45 *Assessment Make-ups

9:55 – 10:20

Lunch 1

Lunch 1

Lunch 1

 

10:20 – 10:45

Lunch 2

Lunch 2

Lunch 2

 

10:45 – 11:10

Lunch 3

Lunch 3

Lunch 3

 

11:10 - 11:35

Lunch 4

Lunch 4

Lunch 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

11:40 – 1:25

Assessment

Period 1

Assessment

Period 4

Assessment

Period 6

Teacher Prep

1:30 – 2:45

Teacher Prep

Teacher Prep

Teacher Prep

Teacher Prep

1)    This assessment schedule gives students another opportunity to show proficiency and exposure to high stakes testing.

2)    Enrichment period allows students an opportunity to complete work from the semester, or a retake or redo.

3)    Enrichment period allows students an opportunity to seek help prior to the assessment on review questions.

4)    Teachers will still get a block of prep time at the end of the day, plus their two prep periods throughout the week.

5)    Regular lunch procedure – senior privileges – students attend assigned Enrichment/Brunch block by assigned enrichment teacher. Breakfast and brunch are paid with cash or use of Abbey account.

6)    Semester courses: Seniors with an A are exempt at the teacher’s discretion. Please provide the Main Office with names of students who are exempt, so they may be entered properly in attendance.

7)    Buses will leave at the end of the 2nd assessment Tues – Thurs. and following the make-up assessment period on Friday.

8)    Students who are taking the bus home Friday but have no make-ups, are to wait in the cafeteria, library, or gym following their Period 7 Assessment. The buses will board at 11:45 and depart from the North Building turn-around at 11:50.

ASSESSMENT 4-BLOCK BRUNCH SCHEDULE

Block A

9:55 - 10:20

Block B

10:20 - 10:45

Block C

10:45-11:10

Block D

11:10 - 11:35

 

 

 

 

NWTC

Batten

Fuller-Ball

Brouillette

Archambault

Bedell/Plante

Bilodeau

Church

Bernardini

Bushey

Campbell

Clark

Bonsall

Carlton/J. Corrigan

Christie

Cooledge

Bristol

Champagne

K. Corrigan

Eldred

Dunigan/Trombley

Cioffi

Dezotelle

Fabrizio/Kamitses

MacAndrews

Hebert

Hill

Fugere

Martin

Jackson

Howard

Gray

Murray

Kane

Hungerford

Koldys

Riegelman

Martell

Lefebvre

Leet

 

Painter

McCabe

Magnan

 

Parent

Norton

McArtor

 

Pomichter

Plimpton

Moore

 

Rheaume

Sargent

Moulton

 

Rico

Shail

Perrault

 

Salemno

Telfer

Rider

 

Sturgeon

Tourville

Smith

 

 

Wilson

Stinnett

 

 

Yandow

Stoner

 

 

 

Szewko