The kids may be gone, but our building is still open from 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM, Monday through Friday.  Keep in mind, the building will be undergoing several district health and safety projects and will be closed for approximately one week (yet to be determined).  Please call ahead (518-377-2233) to make sure someone is here to help you.  Have a great summer!


GOOD MORNING

TODAY IS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2018

IT IS A “B” DAY

There WILL be shuttles to other buildings after school, but NO late bus.

If you auditioned for a select ensemble next fall, check out the bulletin boards (lesson rooms, Main Office and the top of the main stairs).  The selections for Mezzo Voce and Chamber Strings are posted; other ensembles will be posted by this afternoon.  Congratulations!

 6th and 7th graders can borrow up to 10 books from the Media Center for the summer.  Pick up a contract from Mrs. Barmash, have it signed by a parent or guardian and and return it to Media.  Keep in mind that your account must be in good standing with no overdue items and any missing items paid for.

You’ve got one more day to go through the  Lost & Found before everything goes to charity!  Everything there belonged to somebody once upon a time.  Check it out before it’s gone.  

Will you be moving or changing school districts after school this year?  If so, the Counseling Center would like to know so they know where to send your records.

Additionally,  there are five 8th graders who have not yet handed in your

Data Sheets.   Mrs. Garrison is waiting! 

And those of you who are still in need of working papers should stop by and see Mrs. Garrison sooner rather than later.

The Niskayuna branch of the Schenectady County Public Library is showing a series of Summer Movies for Teens, kicking off with “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” next Wednesday, June 27.  For the complete schedule, go to www.scpl.org.

Meatball Subs, assorted veggies & fruits, milk

Pizza or El Loco Taco & Tortilla Bar

Ms. Gill

Happy Birthday to all our summer babies!

See you in September!


GOOD MORNING

TODAY IS TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 2018

IT IS AN “A” DAY

A big shout out to 8th grader Liyat Kebbede for her outstanding performance at the New Balance National Track & Field Championships in North Carolina this past weekend.  13 boys and girls represented Nisky; five new school records were set and six athletes earned All-American status.   Liyat was one of them.  She and her team took second place in the relay, setting a school record.  To become a first time All-American, Liyat had to place 6th nationally in her event!  Congratulations to Liyat and the whole Track & Field team.  Well done!

The School Store will be open for the last time today during lunches.

There WILL be shuttles to other buildings after school today & tomorrow,

but NO late bus.

 6th and 7th graders can borrow up to 10 books from the Media Center for the summer.  Pick up a contract from Mrs. Barmash and return it to her by tomorrow.  Keep in mind that your account must be in good standing with no overdue items and any missing items paid for.

Today and tomorrow, then everything in the Lost & Found goes to charity!  Check it out before it’s gone.  We’ve got lunch bags, water bottles, hoodies, books and all kinds of interesting items.  

Will you be moving or changing school districts after school this year?  If so, the Counseling Center would like to know so they know where to send your records.

Additionally,  there are five 8th graders who have not yet handed in your

Data Sheets.   Mrs. Garrison is waiting! 

And those of you who are still in need of working papers should stop by and see Mrs. Garrison sooner rather than later.

The Niskayuna branch of the Schenectady County Public Library is showing a series of Summer Movies for Teens, kicking off with “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” on Wednesday, June 27.  For the complete schedule, go to www.scpl.org.

Bosco sticks, assorted veggies & fruits, milk

Pizza or El Loco Taco & Tortilla Bar

Don’t count the days; make the days count!


GOOD MORNING

TODAY IS MONDAY, JUNE 18, 2018

IT IS A “B” DAY

There WILL be shuttles to other buildings after school this week, but NO late bus.

Recycling Club and Salvation Army volunteers have their service celebration pizza party today after school in room 236.  Make sure you have a ride home.

The last day the School Store will be open is tomorrow during lunches.

 6th and 7th graders can borrow up to 10 books from the Media Center starting today.  Stop by to see Mrs. Barmash to pick up a permission slip and get more information.  Keep in mind that your account must be in good standing with no overdue items and any missing items paid for.

Three more days and then everything in the Lost & Found goes to charity!  Check it out before it’s gone.  We’ve got lunch bags, water bottles, hoodies, books and all kinds of interesting items.   The Lost & Found is located on the tables outside the cafeteria.  

All athletes who were on the Track and Field team must return their uniforms to Coach DeRocco as soon as possible. They can be brought to the athletic office or the math resource center at the high school.

Please put your name on the bag you are returning the uniform in.

Ever thought about rowing one of those beautiful shells you see on the Mohawk River?  Well, now’s your chance to learn!  The Niskayuna Learn to Row program is for athletes entering grades 6-12 who have no previous rowing experience.  It takes place during four sessions in the summer and is now open for registration.  For information, visit the website at www.niskayunarowing.org.

Will you be moving or changing school districts after school this year?  If so, the Counseling Center would like to know so they know where to send your records.

Additionally,  there are five 8th graders who have not yet handed in your

Data Sheets.   Mrs. Garrison is waiting! 

And those of you who are still in need of working papers should stop by and see Mrs. Garrison sooner rather than later.

The Niskayuna branch of the Schenectady County Public Library is showing a series of Summer Movies for Teens, kicking off with “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” on Wednesday, June 27.  For the complete schedule, go to www.scpl.org.

Chicken patty on a roll with rice, assorted veggies & fruits, milk

Stuffed crust pizza or El Loco Taco & Tortilla Bar

Mary Koch

Have a magnificent Monday and a wonderful short week!


GOOD MORNING

TODAY IS FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 2018

IT IS AN “A” DAY

Any 7th or 8th grade girl who plans to try out for Varsity Swim & Dive must fill out their information on the Google form by today!  

See Mrs. Seligman for the link and more info.

“STEP” INTO OUR SHOES

Today is the last day to donate gently used or new shoes you don’t want anymore to the STEP (equine therapy) Program.  Please bring them to Mrs. Judd (240).

Next week, there WILL be shuttles to other buildings after school, but NO late bus.

Attention students in Recycling Club and Salvation Army volunteers!

Please be sure to let Mr. Ackley or Ms. Reittinger know today if you are going to attend the service celebration pizza party on Monday after school in room 236.  

Make sure you have a ride home.

 6th and 7th graders can borrow up to 10 books from the Media Center starting Monday.  Stop by to see Mrs. Barmash to pick up a permission slip and get more information.  Keep in mind that your account must be in good standing with no overdue items and any missing items paid for.

Four more days and then everything in the Lost & Found goes to charity!  Check it out before it’s gone.  We’ve got lunch bags, water bottles, hoodies, books and all kinds of interesting items.   The Lost & Found is located on the tables outside the cafeteria.  

The Niskayuna Bike & Pedestrian Festival takes place tomorrow from 10-2 at Town Hall.  Come enjoy the live music, giveaways, demos, a safe riding course and an organized bike ride around town.  The Niskayuna Mountain Bike Team will be there and the Town will give away free “Niskayuna” string bags to the first 100 riders.  Visit www.niskayuna.org or check out the posters around school

for more info.

All athletes who were on the Track and Field team must return their uniforms to Coach DeRocco as soon as possible. They can be brought to the athletic office or the math resource center at the high school.

Please put your name on the bag you are returning the uniform in.

Ever thought about rowing one of those beautiful shells you see on the Mohawk River?  Well, now’s your chance to learn!  The Niskayuna Learn to Row program is for athletes entering grades 6-12 who have no previous rowing experience.  It takes place during four sessions in the summer and is now open for registration.  For information, visit the website at www.niskayunarowing.org.

Will you be moving or changing school districts after school this year?  If so, the Counseling Center would like to know so they know where to send your records.

Additionally,  there are five 8th graders who have not yet handed in your

Data Sheets.   Mrs. Garrison is waiting! 

And those of you who are still in need of working papers should stop by and see Mrs. Garrison sooner rather than later.

The Niskayuna branch of the Schenectady County Public Library is showing a series of Summer Movies for Teens, kicking off with “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” on Wednesday, June 27.  For the complete schedule, go to www.scpl.org.

Fifties Day in the Cafeteria:

Hamburger or cheeseburger, fries, assorted veggies & fruits, milk

Pizza bagel or El Loco Taco & Tortilla Bar

Mr. Colby

Andrew Hastings, Mrs. Miller & Mrs. Nish


TODAY IS THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 2018

IT IS A “B” DAY

The mandatory dress rehearsal for Jam Day is this evening at 6:30 pm.

Your contract is signed and handed in to Ms. Steeley, right?

All girls trying out for Field Hockey in the fall should attend an informational meeting today after school in the gym.

If you can’t make it, see Coach Daoust or Coach Schewe for information.

Any 7th or 8th grade girl who plans to try out for Varsity Swim & Dive must fill out their information on the Google form by tomorrow!  Fifteen girls showed up at the meeting, but only 3 of you have completed that task.  

See Mrs. Seligman for the link and more info.

The last late bus of the school year leaves at 4PM today. 

Next week, there will be shuttles to other buildings after school, but NO late bus.

“STEP” INTO OUR SHOES

Tomorrow is the last day to donate gently used or new shoes you don’t want anymore to the STEP (equine therapy) Program.

Questions?  See Mrs. Judd in room 240.

Just because school is out doesn’t mean the Media Center is closed.  6th and 7th graders can keep up with their summer reading by borrowing up to 10 books from the Iroquois Library starting next week.  Stop by to see Mrs. Barmash to pick up a permission slip and get more information.  Keep in mind that your account must be in good standing with no overdue items and any missing items paid for.

One more week and then everything in the Lost & Found goes to charity!  Check it out before it’s gone.  We’ve got lunch bags, water bottles, hoodies, books and all kinds of interesting items.   The Lost & Found is located on the tables outside the cafeteria.  

The Niskayuna Bike & Pedestrian Festival kicks off this Saturday from 10-2 at Town Hall.  Come enjoy the live music, giveaways, demos, a safe riding course and an organized bike ride around town.  The Niskayuna Mountain Bike Team will be there and the Town will giveaway free “Niskayuna” string bags to the first 100 riders.  Visit www.niskayuna.org or check out the posters around school

for more info.

All athletes who were on the Track and Field team must return their uniforms to Coach DeRocco as soon as possible. They can be brought to the athletic office or the math resource center at the high school.

Please put your name on the bag you are returning the uniform in.

Ever thought about rowing one of those beautiful shells you see on the Mohawk River?  Well, now’s your chance to learn!  The Niskayuna Learn to Row program is for athletes entering grades 6-12 who have no previous rowing experience.  It takes place during four sessions in the summer and is now open for registration.  For information, visit the website at www.niskayunarowing.org.

Will you be moving or changing school districts after school this year?  If so, the Counseling Center would like to know so they know where to send your records.

Additionally,  there are six 8th graders who have not yet handed in your

Data Sheets.   Mrs. Garrison is waiting! 

And those of you who are still in need of working papers should stop by and see Mrs. Garrison sooner rather than later.

The Niskayuna branch of the Schenectady County Public Library is showing a series of Summer Movies for Teens, kicking off with “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” on Wednesday, June 27.  For the complete schedule, go to www.scpl.org.

Meatball sub, mozzarella cheese, sauce, assorted veggies & fruits, milk

Pizza or El Loco Taco & Tortilla Bar

Kendall Amorosi, Jackson Gray & Jared Wachenheim


TODAY IS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 2018

IT IS AN “A” DAY

Recycling Club meets today after school in room 236.

Visibility Club will have its final meeting of the year today after school

in Ms. Malone’s room.  All are welcome...bring a friend!

There will be a meeting today during Access for all girls interested in playing volleyball in the fall.  See Coach Schewe for an Access pass.

All girls trying out for Field Hockey in the fall should attend an informational meeting tomorrow after school in the gym.

If you can’t make it, see Coach Daoust or Coach Schewe for information.

Any 7th or 8th grade girl who plans to try out for Varsity Swim & Dive must fill out their information on the Google form by Friday!  Fifteen girls showed up at the meeting, but only 3 of you have completed that task.  See Mrs. Seligman for the link and more info.

Tke the late bus home at 4 PM on Mondays, Wednesdays & Thursdays.

The mandatory dress rehearsal for Jam Day is tomorrow evening at 6:30 pm.

Make sure you return your signed contract to Ms. Steeley by today

Just because school is out doesn’t mean the Media Center is closed.  6th and 7th graders can keep up with their summer reading by borrowing up to 10 books from the Iroquois Library starting next week.  Stop by to see Mrs. Barmash to pick up a permission slip and get more information.  Keep in mind that your account must be in good standing with no overdue items and any missing items paid for.

One more week and then everything in the Lost & Found goes to charity!  Check it out before it’s gone.  We’ve got lunch bags, water bottles, hoodies, books and all kinds of interesting items.   The Lost & Found is located on the tables outside the cafeteria.  

“STEP” INTO OUR SHOES

Only a few days left to donate gently used or new shoes you don’t want anymore to the STEP (equine therapy) Program. Collections will continue through Friday.  

Questions?  See Mrs. Judd in room 240.

The Niskayuna Bike & Pedestrian Festival kicks off this Saturday from 10-2 at Town Hall.  Come enjoy the live music, giveaways, demos, a safe riding course and an organized bike ride around town.  The Niskayuna Mountain Bike Team will be there and the Town will giveaway free “Niskayuna” string bags to the first 100 riders.  Visit www.niskayuna.org or check out the posters around school

for more info.

Ever thought about rowing one of those beautiful shells you see on the Mohawk River?  Well, now’s your chance to learn!  The Niskayuna Learn to Row program is for athletes entering grades 6-12 who have no previous rowing experience.  It takes place during four sessions in the summer and is now open for registration.  For information, visit the website at www.niskayunarowing.org.

Will you be moving or changing school districts after school this year?  If so, the Counseling Center would like to know so they know where to send your records.

Additionally,  there are six 8th graders who have not yet handed in your

Data Sheets.   Mrs. Garrison is waiting! 

And those of you who are still in need of working papers should stop by and see Mrs. Garrison sooner rather than later.

The Niskayuna branch of the Schenectady County Public Library is showing a series of Summer Movies for Teens, kicking off with “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” on Wednesday, June 27.  For the complete schedule, go to www.scpl.org.

Boneless BBQ rib on a bun, assorted veggies & fruits, milk

Stuffed crust pizza or El Loco Taco & Tortilla Bar

Gianna Malandrino, Liam Nguyen &  Emilia Todorovic

Have a wonderful Wednesday!


GOOD MORNING!

TODAY IS TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 2018

IT IS A “B” DAY

The final Survivor Book Club of the year is tonight.  Our June book is the novel  The Bitter Side of Sweet by Tara Sullivan, an eye-opening look at the underbelly of the chocolate business. Join us at 7PM in the Media Center for a probing discussion.  Snacks to share are always appreciated, but never required.

Recycling Club meets tomorrow after school in room 236.

Visibility Club will have its final meeting of the year tomorrow after school

in Ms. Malone’s room.  All are welcome...bring a friend!

There will be a meeting tomorrow during Access for all girls interested in playing volleyball in the fall.  See Coach Schewe for an Access pass.

Attention all girls trying out for Field Hockey in the fall...there will be an informational meeting this Thursday after school in the gym.

If you can’t make it, see Coach Daoust or Coach Schewe for information.

Tke the late bus home at 4 PM on Mondays, Wednesdays & Thursdays.

The mandatory dress rehearsal for Jam Day is this Thursday at 6:30 pm.

Make sure you return your signed contract to Ms. Steeley by tomorrow.

“STEP” INTO OUR SHOES

Only a few days left to donate gently used or new shoes you don’t want anymore to the STEP (equine therapy) Program. Collections will continue through Friday.  

Questions?  See Mrs. Judd in room 240.

Ever thought about rowing one of those beautiful shells you see on the Mohawk River?  Well, now’s your chance to learn!  The Niskayuna Learn to Row program is for athletes entering grades 6-12 who have no previous rowing experience.  It takes place during four sessions in the summer and is now open for registration.  For information, visit the website at www.niskayunarowing.org.

Will you be moving or changing school districts after school this year?  If so, the Counseling Center would like to know so they know where to send your records.

Additionally,  there are six 8th graders who have not yet handed in your

Data Sheets.   Mrs. Garrison is waiting! 

And those of you who are still in need of working papers should stop by and see Mrs. Garrison sooner rather than later.

The Niskayuna branch of the Schenectady County Public Library is showing a series of Summer Movies for Teens, kicking off with “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” on Wednesday, June 27.  For the complete schedule, go to www.scpl.org.

Italian dunkers, mozzarella sticks, sauce, assorted veggies & fruits, milk

Buffalo chicken pizza or El Loco Taco & Tortilla Bar

 Veronica Vato & Rojan Javaheri


GOOD MORNING!

TODAY IS MONDAY, JUNE 11, 2018

IT IS AN “A” DAY

There will be an informational meeting for any 6th, 7th or 8th grade girls interested in playing all levels of Fall Tennis today after school in room 120.  The meeting will end in time for the late bus at 4PM.

Attention all girls trying out for Field Hockey in the fall...there will be an informational meeting this Thursday right after school at 3:15 in the gym. If you can not make it please see Coach Daoust or Coach Schewe for information.

Recycling Club meets Wednesday after school in room 236.

Tke the late bus home at 4 PM on Mondays, Wednesdays & Thursdays.

The final Survivor Book Club of the year is coming up on Wednesday.  Our June book is the novel  The Bitter Side of Sweet by Tara Sullivan, an eye-opening look at the underbelly of the chocolate business. Join us at 7PM in the Media Center for a probing discussion.  Snacks to share are always appreciated, but never required.

“STEP” INTO OUR SHOES

 Please consider donating any gently used shoes you no longer wear to the STEP (equine therapy) Program.  Our goal is to collect 2,500 pairs of shoes and raise $1,000.  The money will help cover food, shelter and medical expenses for the horses as well as provide scholarships to individuals with disabilities who use equine assisted therapy.  Collections will continue through Friday.  

Questions?  See Mrs. Judd in room 240.

Ever thought about rowing one of those beautiful shells you see on the Mohawk River?  Well, now’s your chance to learn!  The Niskayuna Learn to Row program is for athletes entering grades 6-12 who have no previous rowing experience.  It takes place during four sessions in the summer and is open for registration.  For information, visit the website at www.niskayunarowing.org.

Will you be moving or changing school districts after school this year?  If so, the Counseling Center would like to know so they know where to send your records.

Additionally,  there are six 8th graders who have not yet handed in your

Data Sheets.   Mrs. Garrison is waiting! 

And those of you who are still in need of working papers should stop by and see Mrs. Garrison sooner rather than later.

The Niskayuna branch of the Schenectady County Public Library is showing a series of Summer Movies for Teens, kicking off with “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” on Wednesday, June 27.  For the complete schedule, go to www.scpl.org.

Chicken nuggets, rice, assorted veggies & fruits, milk

Stuffed crust pizza or El Loco Taco & Tortilla Bar

Stella Mirkovic, Malak Al-Kofahi & Carol Fuentes


GOOD MORNING!

TODAY IS FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 2018

IT IS A “B” DAY

The LAST meeting of ​Anime Club takes place this morning at 8 o’clock in room 118.   Join the anime-niacs for the conclusion of "My Neighbor Totoro".

All books and materials borrowed from the Media Center 

are due back today.  Mrs. Barmash is waiting!

There will be an informational meeting for any 6th, 7th or 8th grade girls interested in playing all levels of Fall Tennis on Monday after school in room 120.  The meeting will end in time for the late bus at 4PM.

The final Survivor Book Club of the year is coming up next week.  Our June book is the novel  The Bitter Side of Sweet by Tara Sullivan, an eye-opening look at the underbelly of the chocolate business. Join us on Wednesday, June 12 at 7PM in the Media Center for a probing discussion.  

Snacks to share are always appreciated, but never required.

“STEP” INTO OUR SHOES

 Please consider donating any gently used shoes you no longer wear to the STEP (equine therapy) Program.  Our goal is to collect 2,500 pairs of shoes and raise $1,000.  The money will help cover food, shelter and medical expenses for the horses as well as provide scholarships to individuals with disabilities who use equine assisted therapy.  Collections will continue through next Friday, June 15th.  Questions?  See Mrs. Judd in room 240.

Will you be moving or changing school districts after school this year?  If so, the Counseling Center would like to know so they know where to send your records.

Additionally,  there are six 8th graders who have not yet handed in your

Data Sheets.   Mrs. Garrison is waiting! 

And those of you who are still in need of working papers should stop by and see Mrs. Garrison sooner rather than later.

Bosco sticks & sauce, assorted veggies & fruits, milk

Pizza bagel or El Loco Taco & Tortilla Bar

Elaina Hallenbeck & Samuel Scamardo

Ashley Mogavero & Ame Bender

Today is National Best Friends Day!

Best friends make the good times better

and the hard times easier!



TODAY IS THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 2018

IT IS AN “A” DAY

There will be an informational meeting for any 6th, 7th or 8th grade girls interested in playing all levels of Tennis in the fall next Monday, June 11th  after school in room 120.  The meeting will last about 30 minutes and will end in time for the late bus.

Take the late bus home at 4PM on Mondays, Wednesdays & Thursdays.

Anime Club will have its LAST meeting tomorrow morning at 8 o’clock  in Mr. Colby's room, 118.   Join us as we watch the conclusion of "My Neighbor Totoro".

All books and materials borrowed from the Media Center 

are due back tomorrow.  Mrs. Barmash is waiting!

The final Survivor Book Club of the year is coming up next week.  Our June book is The Bitter Side of Sweet by Tara Sullivan, an eye-opening look at the underbelly of the chocolate business.  It’s about teen brothers Amadou and Seydou, who leave their loving home in Mali to earn some money to help their family during the lean times, never imagining they would end up in a forced labor camp cutting down cacao leaves along the Ivory Coast.  Are they condemned to a life of slavery or will they attempt a dangerous escape?  Join us on Wednesday, June 12 at 7PM in the Media Center for a probing discussion.  

Snacks to share are always appreciated, but never required.

“STEP” INTO OUR SHOES

 Please consider donating any gently used shoes you no longer wear to the STEP (equine therapy) Program.  Our goal is to collect 2,500 pairs of shoes and raise $1,000.  The money will help cover food, shelter and medical expenses for the horses as well as provide scholarships to individuals with disabilities who use equine assisted therapy.  Collections will continue through June 15th.  Questions?  See Mrs. Judd in room 240.

Will you be moving or changing school districts after school this year?  If so, the Counseling Center would like to know so they know where to send your records.

Additionally,  there are six 8th graders who have not yet handed in your

Data Sheets.   Mrs. Garrison is waiting! 

And those of you who are still in need of working papers should stop by and see Mrs. Garrison sooner rather than later.

Chicken parm, sauce & mozzarella cheese, assorted veggies & fruits, milk

Pizza or El Loco Taco & Tortilla Bar

Noah Kenyon

Have a thrilling Thursday!


TODAY IS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 2018

IT IS A “B” DAY

Any current 7th or 8th grade girl interested in trying out for Varsity Swim & Dive in the fall needs to attend a brief informational meeting during Homeroom today.  Check in with your H.R teacher and then head to room 232 to see Mrs. Seligman.

There will be an informational meeting for any 6th, 7th or 8th grade girls interested in playing all levels of Tennis in the fall next Monday, June 11th  after school in room 120.  The meeting will last about 30 minutes and will end in time for the late bus.

Take the late bus home at 4PM on Mondays, Wednesdays & Thursdays.

EPIC Club has just one more visit to the Food Bank coming up this evening from 5-7 PM.  You know you don’t want to miss the last one of the year!  If you’re interested, see Mrs. Leto in room 231 no later than Wednesday morning.

Anime Club will have its LAST meeting on Friday morning, at 8 o’clock  in Mr. Colby's room, 118.   Join us as we watch the conclusion of "My Neighbor Totoro".

All books and materials borrowed from the Media Center 

are due back this Friday, June 8.  

The final Survivor Book Club of the year is coming up next week.  Our June book is The Bitter Side of Sweet by Tara Sullivan, an eye-opening look at the underbelly of the chocolate business.  It’s about teen brothers Amadou and Seydou, who leave their loving home in Mali to earn some money to help their family during the lean times, never imagining they would end up in a forced labor camp cutting down cacao leaves along the Ivory Coast.  Are they condemned to a life of slavery or will they attempt a dangerous escape?  Join us on Wednesday, June 12 at 7PM in the Media Center for a probing discussion.  

Snacks to share are always appreciated, but never required.

“STEP” INTO OUR SHOES

 Please consider donating any gently used shoes you no longer wear to the STEP (equine therapy) Program.  Our goal is to collect 2,500 pairs of shoes and raise $1,000.  The money will help cover food, shelter and medical expenses for the horses as well as provide scholarships to individuals with disabilities who use equine assisted therapy.  Collections will continue through June 15th.  Questions?  See Mrs. Judd in room 240.

Will you be moving or changing school districts after school this year?  If so, the Counseling Center would like to know so they know where to send your records.

Additionally,  there are nine 8th graders who have not yet handed in your

Data Sheets.   Mrs. Garrison is waiting! 

And those of you who are still in need of working papers should stop by and see Mrs. Garrison sooner rather than later.

Meatball sub, mozzarella cheese & sauce, assorted veggies & fruits, milk

Stuffed crust pizza or El Loco Taco & Tortilla Bar


TODAY IS MONDAY, JUNE 4, 2018

IT IS AN “A” DAY

Attention Spanish Club Members:

Our end of the year Food Fiesta is today after school in Señora Caffrey's room, 250.  If you signed up to bring in a dish, please get your permission slip to Sra. Caffrey or Sra. Yetto asap!  ¡Hasta Luego!

 Jam Day auditions are today & tomorrow after school in the auditorium  

See Mrs. Farina in room 233 for more info.

It’s never too soon to start thinking about Fall Sports, right?

 There will be a sign-up and informational meeting for ALL 6th, 7th, and 8th grade girls interested in school soccer in the fall today after school in room 118.  ALL GIRLS interested in modified, freshman, and JV soccer should attend  or see Mr Colby with questions.  The meeting will end  by 4PM.

There will be an informational meeting for any 6th, 7th or 8th grade girls interested in playing all levels of Tennis in the fall next Monday, June 11th  after school in room 120.  The meeting will last about 30 minutes and will end in time for the late bus.

Any current 7th or 8th grade girl interested in trying out for Varsity Swim & Dive in the fall needs to attend a brief informational meeting during Homeroom on Wednesday.  Check in with your H.R teacher and then head to room 232 at 8:50.  Questions?  See Mrs. Seligman.

Take the late bus home at 4PM on Mondays, Wednesdays & Thursdays.

EPIC Club has just one more visit to the Food Bank coming up on Wednesday evening from 5-7 PM.  You know you don’t want to miss the last one of the year!  If you’re interested, see Mrs. Leto in room 231 no later than Wednesday morning.

The final Survivor Book Club of the year is coming up next week.  Our June book is The Bitter Side of Sweet by Tara Sullivan, an eye-opening look at the underbelly of the chocolate business.  It’s about teen brothers Amadou and Seydou, who leave their loving home in Mali to earn some money to help their family during the lean times, never imagining they would end up in a forced labor camp cutting down cacao leaves along the Ivory Coast.  Are they condemned to a life of slavery or will they attempt a dangerous escape?  Join us on Wednesday, June 12 at 7PM in the Media Center for a probing discussion.  

Snacks to share are always appreciated, but never required.

STEP INTO OUR SHOES

 Please consider donating any gently used shoes you no longer wear to the STEP (equine therapy) Program.  Our goal is to collect 2,500 pairs of shoes and raise $1,000.  The money will help cover food, shelter and medical expenses for the horses as well as provide scholarships to individuals with disabilities who use equine assisted therapy.  Collections will continue through June 15th.  Questions?  See Mrs. Judd in room 240.

Will you be moving or changing school districts after school this year?  If so, the Counseling Center would like to know so they know where to send your records.

Additionally,  there are nine 8th graders who have not yet handed in your

Data Sheets.   Mrs. Garrison is waiting! 

And those of you who are still in need of working papers should stop by and see Mrs. Garrison sooner rather than later.

Deli Bar: Ham or turkey sandwich or wrap, lettuce, tomato, cheese, assorted veggies & fruits, milk

Stuffed crust pizza or El Loco Taco & Tortilla Bar

Mrs. Farina


TODAY IS FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 2018

IT IS A “B” DAY

Student Council meets this morning at 8 in Ms. Tambasco’s room, 202.

Art Club meets this morning at 8 o’clock in Mr. Colby’s room, 118.

Attention Spanish Club Members:

Our end of the year Food Fiesta is on Monday, June 4th after school in Señora Caffrey's room, 250.  If you signed up to bring in a dish, please hand in the permission slip to Sra. Caffrey or Sra. Yetto.  ¡Hasta Lunes!

Time is running out to sign up for your Jam Day audition.

 Auditions are next week on Monday and Tuesday, June 4th & 5th. 

See Mrs. Farina in room 233 for more info.

It’s never too soon to start thinking about Fall Sports, right?

 There will be a sign-up and informational meeting for ALL 6th, 7th, and 8th grade girls interested in school soccer in the fall next  Monday,  June 4th, after school in room 118.  ALL GIRLS interested in modified, freshman, and JV soccer should attend  or see Mr Colby with questions.  The meeting will end  by 4PM.

There will be an informational meeting for any girls interested in playing Tennis in the fall on Monday, June 11th at 3:15pm in room 120.  The meeting will last about 30 minutes and will end in time for the late bus.

STEP INTO OUR SHOES

 Please consider donating any gently used shoes you no longer wear to the STEP (equine therapy) Program.  Our goal is to collect 2,500 pairs of shoes and raise $1,000.  The money will help cover food, shelter and medical expenses for the horses as well as provide scholarships to individuals with disabilities who use equine assisted therapy.  Collections will continue through June 15th.  Questions?  See Mrs. Judd in room 240.

Will you be moving or changing school districts after school this year?  If so, the Counseling Center would like to know so they know where to send your records.

Additionally,  there are nine 8th graders who have not yet handed in your

Data Sheets.   Mrs. Garrison is waiting! 

And those of you who are still in need of working papers should stop by and see Mrs. Garrison sooner rather than later.  

Early sports dismissals today include:

Kebbede, Smith & West @ 2:10 for Track & Field

Modified Rowing @ 2:15

Max Pigliavento, Megan McLaughlin, Elizabeth Ogonowski & Mrs. Tambasco

Stuffed shells & sauce, assorted veggies & fruits, milk

Pizza bagel or El Loco Taco & Tortilla Bar