The Weekly Slate
April 30 - May 6 2016
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Sports & Activities
Check out the Activities blog for any cancellations or last-minute schedule updates.
This week from the Photo Booth
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FHU-Cheerleading Camp Fundraiser
Coin drop, Washington Street, Fair Haven, May 7th 9-5 pm! Please help support 14 FHU Cheerleaders heading to UCA Camp In July 2016! Thank you
Hanging Baskets for Sale to benefit FHU Horticulture Program: Flyer
The FHU Horticulture classes have cultivated hanging baskets that will be ready in time for Mother's Day. All 10-inch baskets cost $17. Basket options include nasturtium, morning glory, viola, cherry tomato, black-eyed Susan vine, and cucumber. To order a basket or for more information, contact the Horticulture class at FHUHorticulturefirstname.lastname@example.org or call (802) 265-4966 ext 256.
Chaffee Art Center - Student Art Exhibit:
April 1st through May 14th
16 S. Main St.,Rutland; Gallery Hours: Wed-Fri: 12-6pm; Sat: 12-4pm
Midsummer Night's Dream
All students are invited to watch a free performance of Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream at Middlebury College on Friday, May 6th. Please RSVP immediately. Bus departs around 9:30 am and returns around 3 pm. Please see Mr. Gross or Mrs. Ehler-Hanson for details.
The Break-A-Leg Society and the Dept. of Music are in preparations for our Spring production. It's a one-off, meaning a one time only, one night event, never to be repeated in it's original form, and we'd love to have your help! The "One-Off" is planned for Tuesday, May 17th, at 6:30, with a complete run-through on Monday, May 16th. Let Eddie Wilkin, Janeea Choiniere, or Tom Smith know if you'd be willing to help in the production.
The school store spring shipments:
The school store has received their Spring shipments. The store will try and be open between 7:5--8:10 every morning. See Kim Ransom if there is anything specific you would like.
Summer Programs and Opportunities:
There are a large number of summer opportunities offered by colleges and other organizations available for high school students. We have binders in the Guidance Office or visit https://sites.google.com/a/arsu.org/guidance/other-pages/student-programs for more detailed descriptions.
STEM & Media Contests
Audience: Students in the United States Ages 5-19
Entry Deadline: May 1, 2016
Category: Student Competitions
“Calling all Starfleet cadets! ‘Star Trek,’ the American Society for Mechanical Engineers Foundation and NASA want you to pioneer the future of food in space. Your challenge is to create a digital model of a food-related item for astronauts to 3-D print in the year 2050. We want designs that boldly go where no human has 3-D printed before and that help astronauts eat nutritious meals so they can live long and prosper. Student winners will receive a range of prizes, including a trip to New York for a tour of the space shuttle Enterprise at the Intrepid Museum with an astronaut, a 3-D printer for the winners’ schools or a ‘Star Trek’ prize pack.
Audience: All Educators and Students
Submission Period: June 1 - July 31, 2016
“NASA and the Houston Cinema Arts Society invite professional and aspiring filmmakers to share their works inspired by -- and using -- actual NASA imagery. The ‘CineSpace’ competition will accept submissions of all genres, including narrative, documentary, comedy, drama, animation, experimental and others, of up to 10 minutes running time. Entries must use at least 10 percent publically available NASA imagery. Entries will be judged on creativity, innovation and attention to detail. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three submissions as well as the two films that best demonstrate the themes ‘Benefits of Space to Humanity’ and ‘Future Space Exploration.’ “
in the Art Room!
Contact Bjorn Behrendt
Drama-Break a Leg Society
National Honor Society
Field & Forest
Community Service Club
Rock Climbing Club