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Friday, October 30, 2015

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The Weekly Slate
October 31-November 6, 2015



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Bulletins

3rd Annual Slaters 5K Turkey Trot
~Saturday, November 21st
~Register before November 13th and receive a free T-shirt
~Only $10 for students who register before the 13th.
YearBook
~Parent ads due Jan 3, 2016
~Baby Pics due Feb 13, 2016
~ Get Fit with Mr. Greenlese and Mr. Best, Wednesday Mornings 7-7:30
~ Effective January 4, 2016 lunch prices will increase to $2.50.  This has been set by the USDA  (see letter from Superintendent).
~ The Fair Haven Drama Club is presenting Neil Simon's Pulitzer Prize winning play, "Lost in Yonkers", from November 12 - 14 at Fair Haven Union High School.  The play details the struggles of life for two young boys left in the care of their grandmother and aunt in 1940's Yonkers.  Through wonderful comedy and heart touching pathos, Simon leads us on a nine month journey of the boys' lives.  Showtime is 6:30 PM and cost is $10.00 for adults and $8.00 for seniors and students.  This is a play you will surely not want to miss.
~ College Visits
Nov. 3        Tuesday        10:45        University of Southern Maine        Michelle Netherland
Nov. 3        Tuesday        1:00        SUNY Cobelskill        Crystal Zettl
Nov. 3        Tuesday        1:30        Mount Ida College        Jerilyn Kaye
Nov. 6        Friday        10:30        University of Albany        JR Gaige
Nov. 6        Friday        1:00        Castleton University        Nicole Adams
Nov. 19        Thurs.        9:00        Western New England College        Katherine Newman

Sports & Activities

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Slater Week in Review and Look Ahead 10/26/15
Hello Slater Nation!
Last week, Our Slater's competed at high levels and made some lifetime memories.  I am so proud of our student - athletes, coaches and the entire Fair Haven Community!  It is such a  pleasure to work with, and see all the great things going on at Slater Nation!  It was and is such a  wonderful fall season! Here are some highlights for the week!  GO SLATERS!
MVL Cross Country Meet
Last Tuesday, 10/20/15, our Slater Cross Country team traveled to Bellows Falls High School to compete in the Marble Valley League Cross Country meet!  Both girls and boys teams did very well, setting personal running records for the event!  THe boys team finished 5th, while the girls team finished 4th!  Awesome job slater runners and Coach Dave Burrows!
Halle Coloutti  had a personal best as well, but  her best helped her to finish first, and capture the girls individual title, and win the MVL league title.  Great work Halle!
Varsity Boys Soccer
The Varsity Boys soccer team had an incredible week.  The boys first finished the regular season at a 10-4-1 record and then entered the playoffs as the 8th seed in Division 2.  This was good enough for a first round home play-off game vs. Hartford High School.  During the game, the boys worked hard to go to overtime to defeat the Hurricanes, 2-1 in double overtime.  The boys then traveled to Woodstock, where they fought very hard, but came up short to Woodstock High school in a highly competitive game.  The boys had an excellent season, and we at Slater Nation salute you!  
We are thankful for the hard work that the boys put in, behind coach Kyle Ruby!  Thanks gents!
MVL SOCCER COACH OF THE YEAR!
Congrats to Coach Kyle Ruby for being selected as the Marble Valley League Coach of the year!  
Coach Ruby has been the strong, supportive and skilled leader for the Slater Boys Soccer program, always exhibiting honor, pride, respect and leadership, as well as teaching that to the students and the young men on the team!  Well Deserved, Coach Ruby! We at Slater Nation Are Very Proud of you!
Marble Valley League All League Selections and North /South Reps!
With the fall season fading away, many of our Slater's have been selected to All Star Teams.  All of our students have worked hard in the classroom and on the fields of play, and the league's recognize strong seasons by our student athletes!  Here are our 2015-2016 Fall All Stars!
Boys Soccer
All MVL 1st Team - Sam Eaton
All MVL 1st Team - Garrett Gonzalez
All MVL 1st Team - Austin Brannock
All MVL 1st Team - Kyle Smith
All MVL Honorable Mention - Caleb Earle
All MVL Honorable Mention - Carl "Gus" Ruby
All MVL Honorable Mention - Seth Hoenes
All MVL Honorable Mention - K.C. Crawley
Girls Soccer
All MVL first team - Julia Corrone
All MVL Honorable Mention - Abby Ferrara
Boys Football
North/South Game Representatives
Ryan Alexander
Lucas Czarnecki
Logan Bathalon
Tyler Wilson
Cheer Team!
Thanks to our great Cheer Team and Coach Kim Ransom for volunteering and helping spread the word about RED RIBBON WEEK!  
Today, Red Ribbon week, serves as a catalyst to mobilize communities to educate youth and encourage participation in drug prevention activities. Since that time, the campaign has reached millions of U.S. children and families.
OCR World Championships!
Last week, Amelia Kipphut competed in the OCR world Championships.  Amelia competed with thousands of competitors and finished this grueling, intense and mental challenging race!  Congrats Amelia, way to represent Slater nation!
OCR World Championships Administration Representation!
Principal Brett Blanchard and Annex Director Keith Williams, competed in The OCR World Championships last week!  Both These men competed in a field of over 500 competitors and placed!  Mr. Brett Blanchard placed 17th in his age group and Mr. Keith Williams finished 8th in his age group!  A great show of strength and mental endurance.  Way to represent Slater Nation, Gentlemen!
GO SLATERS!

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