Ohana Campfire Coffee House

Eighth grade Ohana English students circled around a “campfire” in the MUMS Round Room and enjoyed snacks and snuggled into blankets and coats for the culminating event of their Mystery and Suspense Unit.  Each student presented and listened to classmates’  tales of intrigue.  Thank you, Ms. Richer, for such an incredible opportunity to build a [...]

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S.I.T.A. – Spring Into The Arts

Please Save the Date>>>> !Addison Central’s Spring into the Arts 2015 Festival Dates, Location & Theme!   Addison Central’s Spring into the Arts (SITA) festival will take place on Wednesday, May 27 and Thursday, May 28, 2015 at the Mahaney Center for the Arts at Middlebury College.   With the theme of “Mapping Our Imaginary [...]

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Ohana Team Celebrates “American Immigrants” by Having a Feast!

Congratulations to our new “American Immigrants”! The Ohana team for the last eight weeks have developed immigrant characters from European countries and created an historically accurate account of their immigrant character’s journey to America. What better way to celebrate than by having a feast? November 25, the students brought in different dishes representing 16 countries [...]

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Second Hand Smoke Laws

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E-Waste PowToon

Do you know what is happening to your old phone and other electronics.  It is becoming E-Waste.  E-waste is a big problem in today’s world.  The old electronics are polluting 3rd world countries.  The people in those countries are taking apart the electronics in search of the precious metals inside.  This PowToon will inform you [...]

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Mosaic Team News

Mosaic students have been celebrating each other, themselves and their achievements. Students will be celebrating birthdays, I’ve Spied Pride Awards, Growth Mindset Awards, Grit Awards, Take-A-Bows, and other accomplishments.  Also during this time, the team will work on TA challenges, community service events, and any fundraising opportunities. Several students have been recognized thus far for [...]

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No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB)

The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) passed by the federal government in 2001 requires that all schools’ student performance and achievement of various groups of students are measured annually using standardized tests in Reading and Mathematics.  Please read the letters below for more information. NCLB Letter Secretary Holcombe’s Letter to Parents & Caregivers 2014 [...]

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