Family Literacy Night on Friday, March 23rd 5:00-6:00 at the Sand Point School Library for Grades K-6th and Family
Reading: “Rechenka’s Eggs” by Patricia Polacco
This is a beautiful story about a goose, a Babushka, and Ukrainian painted eggs. Come and join us for a fun night of reading and crafts. Congratulations
Congratulations 2nd Graders!
1st Place at District Battle of the Books
AASG Student Government Conference
Date: April 26-28
Where: Healy, Alaska
– Who can go? Students between 8th and 11th grade
– How can I go? This year’s theme is “Winds of Change.” As a student leader you have the chance to be that “wind.” Write a 350-700 word essay on WHAT you would do and HOW you would lead change.
– Submit to Mr. Sills by Tuesday March 20 3:30pm.
– Where can I get more information? aasg.org
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