Friday Flyer 11/16/12

Posted on: November 16th, 2012 | Author: General Manager | Filed under: Community Window, Sand Point School Friday Flyer

***Please purchase your lunch cards at the school office. Lunches
must be paid for in advance by purchasing a 10 meal or 20 meal card.
Singles may also be purchased. Student lunches are $3.50 each or
$0.40 for reduced price. Lunches cost $5.00 each for Adults. (USDA
is an equal opportunity provider and employer)
Thanksgiving Week Lunch Menu
Monday: Spaghetti w/Meat Sauce, Garlic Bread,
Romaine Salad, Fresh Apples, Milk
Tuesday: Baked Salmon, Potato Salad, Rolls, Fruit
Milk
Wednesday: Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, Baked
Beans, Carrot Sticks, Peaches, Pumpkin Custard,
Milk
Thursday: Thanksgiving. No School
Friday: Thanksgiving Break. No School

November
20th-Mid Qtr. Progress Report Time
22nd/23rd-Thanksgiving Break — No School
26th-Basketball Season Begins
30th-Wrestlers @ Beth Regionals
December
15th-Christmas Bazaar Noon to 3 p.m.
15th-QTT Annual Christmas Potluck
17th-21st-Finals Week
19th-Christmas Program 7 p.m. @ the School
21st-End of 2nd Qtr/1st Semester
21st-Last Day of School Before Break
January
7th-Back To School From Break

The Annual Holiday Bazar
will be held Saturday, December 15th,
from Noon to 3 p.m. at the Sand Point
School.
If you would like to reserve a table to
seel gifts, food, crafts, etc. see one of
the members of the ASC or Student
Counsel. You may call the school at
383-2393 as well.
Yes! Santa will be there and family
portraits will be taken too.
Ho! Ho! Ho!

A Message From the Principal
The WorkKeys tests to be given Tuesday,
November 20, 2012. This test will be
administered to all Juniors (Seniors may take the
test if requested). ACT WorkKeys is a job skills
assessment system that helps employers select,
hire, train, develop, and retain a high-performance
workforce. This series of tests measures
foundational and soft skills and offers specialized
assessments to target institutional needs.
WorkKeys has helped millions of people in high
schools, colleges, professional associations,
businesses, and government agencies build their
skills to increase global competitiveness and
develop successful career pathways.
Successful completion of WorkKeys assessments
in Mathematics, Locating Information, and Reading
for Information can lead to earning ACT’s
National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC), a
portable credential earned by more than 1 million
people across the United States.

Instruments Needed
The music department at the
school is searching for more
instruments. If you have any
that you can donate to the
music program for our students
we and the kids would really
appreciate it.
Thanks!

Yearbooks
Are For Sale!
Stop by the school office
to purchase a yearbook
today! You can also
contact Marc Donadieu to
purchase one. Yearbooks
cost $25.00 each.

Mr. Reilly welcomes students to
‘Extra Help Saturdays’.
He will be in his classroom from 9-11:00 every
Saturday morning, to help any 5th or 6th grade
students with lessons as well as give them an
opportunity to make up any missed homework or
class work. There will be a Cheerios break at
10:00, and I-Pad free time will be from 10:15-
11:00. Mr. Reilly reminds parents that he
distributes a grade sheet every Monday, and to
drive their child to ‘Extra Help Saturdays,” if
they feel their child’s grades are not
satisfactory.

A Note from our Librarian
The time is coming for some serious preparation for the Battle of the Books. Please encourage the
kids to select Battle Book titles for their reading. We now have the practice questions printed off in
the library. The questions can go out to students in grades 3-12.
Let’s all help the kids shine in this wonderful competition across the district and the state.
From time to time we may have an error while composing the AR Listings. I’d like to express my
sincere apologies ahead of time for any mistakes and will do my best to report the list as accuratly
as possible.
Thank you for your support.
Ms Marta

Job Openings at the Sand Point School
There are currently 2 jobs open at the school. One is for a Regular Classroom
Instructional Aide and one is for an Instructional Aide to the ACE (Alternative
Classroom Environment). Please check postings at the school and bulletin
boards around town for more information.