The Weekly Slate
May 19 - May 25 2018
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This week from the Photo Booth
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June 8 - Periods 1 & 2;
June 11 - Periods 3 & 4;
June 12 - Periods 5 & 6;
June 13 - Periods Period 7 & make-ups.
June 19 - Periods 1 & 2;
June 20 - Periods 3 & 4;
June 21 - Periods 5 & 6;
June 22 - Period 7 & make-ups.
Mega Plant Sale at FHUHS Greenhouse!
The Fair Haven Union High School Horticulture classes are hosting their third annual Greenhouse Open House and Plant Sale on Saturday, May 12, Saturday May 19, and Saturday, May 26. Students have been hard at work this year learning the science and technical aspects of greenhouse operation and are finally ready to showcase the fruits of their labors. From garden starters to patio pots of flowers, there is something here for everyone. This year the students are especially excited to showcase the absolutely stunning begonias in 10" hanging baskets and pots. The plant sale will be at the FHUHS greenhouse and runs from 7:30 AM to 1:00 PM on May 12 and 19th.. On May 26 students will at the Spring Fling in the Fair Haven Park. All proceeds from the plant sale benefit the FHUHS Horticulture program. Check out the FHUHS Horticulture Page on Facebook for available plant lists or, for more information, email the students at LDesJardins@arsu.org or call (802) 265-4966 x2442.
FHU Hats for sale
I have some flexfit baseball hats left from this season that are for sale. I only have 8 XS/SM, 3 SM/MD, and 6 L/XL. They are $28 a piece. All funds go towards the baseball team. See or email Adam Greenleese if you'd like one! First come first serve!
Any student or staff interested in running Shale Hill on a weekly basis please see Mr. Williams or Mr. Beste anytime. The Booster Club has reserved funds to pay for our use of the Shale Hill facility. Please let us know before the end of this week...Thank You!
Vermont Governor's Institute on the Arts
June 24 - July 8, 2018, VISUAL ARTS! MUSIC! DANCE! WRITING! THEATER! FILM!
Annual Student Art Exhibit
will be on display 4-7pm through June 2nd at the Chaffee Art Center in Rutland.
Please turn in your Senior Trip permission form to Mr. Worthing.
Fact: Thursday, May 31st is World No Tobacco Day! Did you know that the tobacco industry spends $1 million an hour on marketing and advertising in the United States? Contact Emily Gunn, SAP counselor, for more details.
Oculus Classroom VR (virtual reality) My students need this VR equipment to upgrade our technology in the classroom. Obtain new skills through Virtual Reality and obtain experiences never had previously. Eyes through VR a whole new world.
PBL Informational night video from 5/17/18
Slate Valley Modified Unified Union School District Annual Report
2nd Quarter Oct. 31st – Jan. 19th: https://goo.gl/HZtJHy
For the latest information from the Library/i-Media Center, please see read the
- Did You Know That The Library Of Congress Has Added A "Susan B. Anthony Papers" Collection To Their Digital Collections Site?
From the Principal
Good morning and Happy Friday!!
Busy and productive week as we close in on the end of the school year. While the girls played in a 9 inning barn burner we held our 2nd Parent PBL Informational meeting last evening. The presentation was recorded and we will get that out to everyone soon.
There will be no Monday morning meeting next week. Student Council and a few of us will be making and serving breakfast to the seniors before they go on their trip to Elfin Lake. The senior breakfast will begin at 8:30.
Have a great Friday everyone!!
(And here is my Principal's Report to the Board)
This week we are finishing up the Vermont Science Assessment, formerly known as the NECAPS, given to our 11th graders. We also finished Advanced Placement testing for those students who chose to take the test. And our final round of MAPS testing, for our 9th & 10th graders, will be completed at the end of the month.
At the writing of this we are preparing for our 2nd Parent PBL Informational meeting at FHUHS at 6:00 on Thursday, May 17th. While our teachers prepare and convert to meet the Proficiency-Based classroom requirements beginning next year, the Proficiency-Based Learning meeting will focus on how we are updating our systems to report out to students, parents, and institutions of higher education and how that will look.
Last week our seniors were given a mandatory meetings schedule, a rehearsal, and the Sr. Exam schedule until the end of the year. During this week's Wednesday meeting we discussed the Senior Trip that will occur on Monday, May 21st. We will start the day with a celebratory breakfast hosted by Student Council and then head off to Elfin Lake. The other big topic was our graduation being held at Castleton University and gathering their feedback with regards to some logistics.
Noted upcoming events: Junior Prom, Saturday, May 19th; Honors Awards Night - Tuesday, May 22nd; National Honors Society, Thursday, May 31st.
The exam schedule for Seniors: June 8 - Periods 1&2; June 11 - Periods 3&4; June 12 - Periods 5&6; June 13 - Periods Period 7 & make-ups.
The exam schedule for underclassmen: June 19 - Periods 1&2; June 20 - Periods 3&4; June 21 - Periods 5&6; June 22 - Period 7 & make-ups.
Jason Rasco, FHUHS Acting Principal
802.265.4966 ext. 204
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