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Announcements: Announcements for the Week of August 20, 2017


Announcements for the Week of August 20, 2017 


Autism Support Group Meet-Up Saturday, August 26th

There will be a parent and caregiver event this Saturday, August 26th from 9:00 to 11:00 AM at The Foundery Coffee Pub. Advocates from the Matthew Reardon Center will be available to answer any questions, and discussions will be held regarding the back to school transition.

PTSA Meeting Tuesday, August 22nd

The STEM PTSA will hold its first general meeting on Tuesday, August 22 at 6pm. The meeting will be held in the school cafeteria. Those interested in joining the PTSA can do so at the meeting as well for $7 per person.

iPad Update

We are still working hard to make sure that every student has an iPad. Please remember that in order for students to take home their iPad, they must have a completed Technology User Agreement and a protective iPad case. Insurance is available for purchase through September 30, 2017, but please note any damage to an iPad that occurs outside of insurance activation is the responsibility of the user to pay for repairs. Thank you for your patience and flexibility!

No School Monday August 21 - Solar Eclipse

There will be no school for students on Monday, August 21, 2017, as a result of conditions associated with the Total Solar Eclipse. A make-up day will not be required. During a solar eclipse, the moon passes between the sun and the Earth and blocks the light from the sun. Trying to look directly at the sun during the eclipse can be hazardous to eyesight. Guidelines for watching the eclipse have been issued by NASA.
Students may not use their school-issued iPads to video and/or photograph the eclipse due to the chance of an “accidental glimpse” of the full-on solar disk which could damage eyes. The only way a person may look directly at the sun or partially eclipsed sun is through special purpose solar filters (commonly known as eclipse glasses) compliant with the ISO 12312-2 international safety standard. Homemade filters and/or regular sunglasses are not safe for looking at the sun.
NASA issues the following safety guidelines to prepare for the solar eclipse:
  • >Always supervise children using solar filters.
  • Stand still and cover your eyes with your eclipse glasses or solar viewer before looking up at the bright sun. After looking at the sun, turn away and remove your filter — do not remove it while looking at the sun.
  • Do not look at the sun or partially eclipsed sun through an unfiltered camera, telescope, binoculars, or other optical device.
  • Similarly, do not look at the sun through a camera, a telescope, binoculars, or any other optical device while using your eclipse glasses or hand-held solar viewer — the concentrated solar rays will damage the filter and enter your eye(s), causing serious injury. (
For more information on solar eclipse safety, visit

Student Super Shorts (S3) Film Competition

The S3 Film Competition is now underway! Visit for contest information. All entries must be two minutes or under, must be submitted on Film Freeway, and have a parent/guardian release form on file. This year's theme is "That's Why I Know It's True." The Film Lab will be open for editing after school. Check the board outside of Mrs. Lamberth's room for date and times and e-mail her at for assistance. Students must have parent permission and transportation arranged in order to stay after school. Contest ends October 1.


Created at 8/21/2017 11:14 AM  by Mary Ann Rogers Lamberth 
Last modified at 8/21/2017 11:19 AM  by Mary Ann Rogers Lamberth