Meeting materials will be available here, prior to the meeting date.
Volunteers Wanted: Teach a Mini-Class at SES (NEW)
For many years it has been a tradition in the SES middle school to invite parents, guardians and community members to teach mini-classes. This is a time when we draw on the expertise and interests of our school community to teach an enrichment course to our middle school students who are excited and passionate about the topic. We've had parents from all grade levels offer to teach courses. Some examples of past classes are: woodworking, sewing, computer programming, trail running, history of radio, purse/wallet making, poetry, watercolor, yoga, chess and card games, and movie making.
This year our mini-classes will take place on two days:
Wednesday, December 18 from 12:05-3:15 and
Thursday, December 19, from 9:30am-2:55pm, with a lunch break from 11:30am-12pm (including clean up!)
We look forward to providing our students with a range of offerings to choose from. If you are available, but undecided on what class to teach, we can help. If you have a class in mind, we look forward to learning what your class will be. We are happy to welcome you in whatever capacity your busy life allows.
If you will be joining us during our mini-classes, please complete this form or email Kieran Cannistra at email@example.com.
Thank you so much for helping us provide a rich and engaging curriculum at the end of our calendar year before break.
The Middle School Team
It's time to embark on another completely original school musical! Our story will be created with the students (grades 1–5 for cast, and middle schoolers welcome for crew). We will journey inside the human body, exploring the intriguing world of our microbiome. Humans are a host to a vast array of microorganisms known collectively as the microbiome, which affects many aspects of our health and happiness. Join us as we get microscopic and discover together the ways that diversity makes a community thrive!Informational Meeting for parents and students on Wednesday, December 18, from 3:15 – 4:15 p.m. in the Auditorium. At the meeting, we'll cover expectations for participation (including code of conduct requirements), share about parent volunteer opportunities, and explore the theme. Rehearsals are on Wednesdays from 3:15 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. starting January 8, up until Performances on Friday, March 13 (6:30 p.m. show) and Saturday, March 14 (3:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. shows). There is a role for everyone and no student will be turned away!Please contact Caitlin Quinn (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions. Please find the FAQ doc, registration form and code of conduct at: http://bit.ly/SES-SpringMusical-2020
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Schools and district offices closed.
Schools closed; district offices open.