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Region in Review January 16, 2015 ATTENTION PK5 PARENTS Region 12 is looking into working with Education Connection to conduct a Before and After School Childcare Program. The school age program prov

Spotlight on... The Shepaug Mathematicians January 2015

Geometry students play Prove It to defend conclusions and judgments, incorporating the Shepaug Learner Outcomes into everyday learning.

Practicing the Shepaug Learner Outcomes in Algebra 21 Engaging in the Creative Process Solving Problems Defending Conclusions and Judgments Answering a Call to Citizenship To solve realworld probl

Our Personal Finance students apply math to practical reallife situations every day. They can be found analyzing scenarios and filling out proper tax returns. Our SMART Academy provides an opportunit

AP Calculus The AP Calculus students are working diligently on a derivative worksheet. After reviewing the limit definition and transitioning into the shortcut rules, they had to determine the structu

The eighth grade mathematicians were hired to work at an interior design firm and had to prepare a presentation for their client. They had to choose furniture for the client and then present the clien

Our seventh grade mathematicians are learning about angle measurements, how angles are related, and applying this knowledge to solve realworld problems. Grade six mathematicians are presently studyin

The 20142015 Math Contest Our high school students persevere through difficult questions in Round 4 of the New England Mathematics League Math Contest. They are all winners in our book, as showing up

Eighth grade students build automated machines to solve real world problems. Students first learn about mechanisms and gear configurations and then learn how to program in RobotC before working collab

Music students perform at The Silo on Saturday, December 20, 2014. Shepaug Students work with a Scanning Electron Microscope On Monday, December 22, 2014, Dr. Neal Magdefrau, owner of EMIT Electron M

Naugatuck Valley Community College On Wednesday, December 3, 2014, Shepaug Valley School staff members Ms. Steinis, Ms. Laughlin and Mr. McManus accompanied Shepaug students on a trip to Naugatuck Val

Sixth Grade Munion Sale

SPARTAN ATHLETIC SPOTLIGHT The girls basketball team is off to a terrific start having compiled an impressive 82 record. The Varsity team, led by Head Coach Karen Puskas and Assistant Coach Katie Burk

ALUMNI RETURN DAY On Tuesday, January 6th, members of the Class of 2014 returned to Shepaug Valley School to share their postgraduate experiences with current juniors and seniors. Alumni were hosted i

A group of Shepaug students, with the help from their teacher Mrs. ONeill, wanted to do something special for our local shelter dogs and cats. They decided to have a food and toy drive for the month o

On December 2, Shepaug Valley School sponsored a presentation of The Spectrum Unplugged by the FOCUS Center for Autism from Canton, CT. The panel consisted of students and young adults with autism who

REACH Open House Who Parents who have preschool age children at least age 3 by December 31, 2015 When Thursday, February 12, 2015 from 1230130 PM Snow date February 19, 2015 Where REACH Preschool


PTO Meetings Feb. 3, 2015 700 PM at Burnham School Dr. Cosentino and Mrs. Gallo will be present at these meetings to discuss the plan for the Agriscience STEM School at Shepaug Valley School District

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IMAGINATION can only flourish if a child is given the proper tools. WINTER WORKSHOPS PLAYFUL PUPPETS Weresbe Hall, Washington with Lesley NeilsonBowman and John Olivieri Ages 35 Wednesday, January