The Weekly Slate
January 9-15 2016
Send email to ForTheSlate@arsu.org by Friday morning if you want to add a bulletin.
This week from the Photo Booth
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Parents and students can now see historical grades from previous classes, cumulative GPA (weighted and unweighted), and class ranking from their Powerschool login.
Introduction to College Studies ~ Wednesdays, 6:00 – 8:00PM | February 3 – April 27, 2016 | Meets at Castleton University
YAST Survey (http://bit.ly/fhuyatst): Students please complete the YAST survey if you have not already.
VSAC ~ Forms Day and Night is scheduled for January 12th. Kate Wysolmerski, the parent liaison, will be providing information to share with students/families.
VSAC ~ Tia Stillman from VSAC will be available for individual meetings on January 12th. Students/families can sign up with Doreen.
VSAC ~ Families are encouraged to visit www.fafsa.ed.gov to apply for their FSA ID prior to arriving on Jan 12th. Having their FSA ID will allow for better efficiency.
Road to the White House: What is the issue YOU most want candidates to discuss during the 2016 presidential competition? Let YOUR VOICE be heard by competing in C-Spam's Student CAM 2016! Click here to enter!
Junior Duck Stamp Contest Information!
The Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest is the culmination of the Junior Duck Stamp educational program. After studying waterfowl anatomy and habitat, students may express their newfound knowledge by drawing, painting or sketching a picture of an eligible North American waterfowl species.
Because students express themselves best in different formats, the conservation message contest gives them an opportunity to use the written word to express their knowledge. Students from across the United States submit their artwork to their state, territory or district competition.
The "Best of Show" from each competition is submitted to the Federal Junior Duck Stamp Design Contest, where a panel of judges will select one image to become the next Junior Duck Stamp."
For more information, please click here!
Vermont Historical Society:
This is a state contest for "All Vermont students in grades 5-12 and home study students ages 10-18 are eligible for Vermont History Day...(Students) in grades 6-12 are eligible to advance to the National History Day contest!"
This is a great opportunity for students to engage in project-based inquiry! According to the "Vermont History Day provides students with an opportunity to do primary source research and express what they have learned through creative and original dramatic performances, documentaries, research papers, websites, or three-dimensional exhibits. Successful entries show a clear relation to the annual theme and an understanding of the historical significance of the chosen topic. Students meet with judges at the state contest and receive feedback about their projects."
The theme for 2016 is "Exploration, Encounter, Exchange in History."
"The entry forms (PDF) are due by March 8, 2016. Students are encouraged to nominate their projects for Special Prizes."
Please check-out the i-Media Center's Research Guide/Pathfinder for Vermont History. Here you will find the information you need, to conduct primary source research, which is necessary to win this competition! If you have any questions, please contact the Librarian: firstname.lastname@example.org
in the Art Room!
Contact Bjorn Behrendt
Drama-Break a Leg Society
National Honor Society
Field & Forest
Community Service Club
Rock Climbing Club