21 Oct 2016
Friday, October 21, 2016

Halloween Costume Contest

News

A big part of our Halloween celebration is the many clever and amazing costumes our students come up with every year! This year we will judge costumes in several categories.  The categories are:  Most Original, Scariest, Cutest, Best Group, Best Make-up, Disney, Superhero, and Funniest.  Winners from EY, Primary, Japanese K, and Korean K in.. read more →

21 Oct 2016
Friday, October 21, 2016

New Books for SLAS Libraries

News

Our principal and teachers spent last Saturday buying over 1300 books to add to our libraries.  The books include popular children’s titles, fiction, non-fiction, and many others.  Also, thanks to a very successful Book Fair, we will be adding  even more new books for both libraries and classrooms. read more →

14 Oct 2016
Friday, October 14, 2016

Gradelink App Important Update

News, Parents
Available for iOS and Android

The Gradelink app has been updated and is available in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. Parents with multiple children can now view grades in one account. Please update your app or re-download. Thank you. App Features: View your school’s news page. Quickly access your class schedule, including locations. View current grades and.. read more →

14 Oct 2016
Friday, October 14, 2016

***Cold/Flu Season Important Information***

News

*If the student has a fever of 37.5 and above, he/ she must stay at home. Students with a high fever cannot be permitted to ride the school bus. *Do not administer fever-reducing medication before sending children to school. *If the student was diagnosed with the flu, please notify room 109 (Secondary) and homeroom teacher.. read more →

30 Sep 2016
Friday, September 30, 2016

SLAS Halloween Celebration 2016

Events, News

Dear SLAS parents, It is hard to believe that Halloween is almost here and that the weather has begun to change.  Soon the leaves will change colors and fall will truly be here.  At SLAS, we are hosting our annual Halloween celebration with the three Early Year divisions and students in grades K to grade.. read more →

30 Sep 2016
Friday, September 30, 2016

Pre-K: Planes, Trains, and Automobiles

News

Continuing on our theme for the month, Transportation, we have extended and reviewed our vocabulary to include and identify more terms related to trains, space, road safety and airports. We are concluding our first Author Study and have read more books by Donald Crews. Books covered this week included: Inside Freight Trains , Zoom, I.. read more →

30 Sep 2016
Friday, September 30, 2016

Upper-level English Literature

News

In the upper-level English classes, we are currently analyzing the following topics: “Coming to America” (English 11-American Literature), “Seeking Justice, Seeking Peace” (English 12-British Literature), and “In Search of Identity” (AP English Language and Composition). Through diverse literature, the English 11 classes are exploring how America has always been a land shaped by immigrants through the.. read more →

29 Sep 2016
Thursday, September 29, 2016

Collegeboard PSAT

Events, News, Newsletter, Students

On Wednesday, October 19, the Collegeboard PSAT will be optional (students can choose to take or not take Collegeboard PSAT) for all high school students, grades 9-11. This test measures critical reading, math, problem-solving, and writing skills. It provides students practice for the SATs and gives feedback regarding important academic skills. As you know, SATs.. read more →

29 Sep 2016
Thursday, September 29, 2016

Maine College of Art to visit SLAS

Events, News, Newsletter, Students

THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 2016 4:00PM IN ROOM 120 SIGN-UP WITH MR. JAY Located in the heart of the Portland Arts District, Maine College of Art offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts, a Master of Fine Arts in Studio Art, a Master of Arts in Teaching, as well as Continuing Studies for adults and youths, including a Pre-College intensive for high school.. read more →

29 Sep 2016
Thursday, September 29, 2016

2nd Grade learn about government

News, Newsletter, Photos, Students

In Math, 2nd Grade are learning about Fact Families and how they can help us solve missing addends in our math equations. Fact Families also help us understand inverse relationship between addition and subtraction. We enjoyed “Fishing for the Rule” in a given sequence of numbers. We wrapped up our first unit of Social Studies and.. read more →