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Region in Review February 13, 2015 District PTO Meeting Thursday, February 19, 2015 630 PM Shepaug Valley School Library ALL PARENTS ARE INVITED Superintendents Budget Presentation Monday, March 9, 2

Shepaug Valley Science Department Teaching Real WoRld PRoblem Solving SkillS..... one handS on acTiviTy aT a Time The Shepaug Valley School Science Department emphasizes the importance of our studen

Sixth Grade Scientists Master the Elements I In sixth grade science, our chemists used molecule building kits to better understand the relationship between atoms, elements and molecules. Then they r

Eighth Grade Geologists Examine Plate Tectonics The eighth grade science students have been learning about the theory of plate tectonics and the impact it has on our ever changing Earth. Students hav

Tenth Grade Scientists discover Alternative Medicine In the class, Foundations of Health Science and Technology, tenth graders explored the world of alternative medicine by researching an area of inte

High School Physiologists Observe organ systems Students in the Anatomy and Physiology class, are learning about the many organ systems that make up the human body. Here at Shepaug, our students have

Seventh grade students debated issues about immigration during a special event held in the auditorium on January 22nd. Teams worked to present pros a

Ninth grade students participated in Shakesperience on February 3rd Shakesperience is a professional theater located in Waterbury, Connecticut. Students were a

Juniors engaged in a fishbowl discussion which is a studentrun, guided conversation with a student facilitator, three permanent members and open seats that are available for the rest of the class to r

Model UN Reflection From January 29 through February 1, the Model United Nations Club travelled to Philadelphia to participate in the 31st session of the Ivy League Model United Nations Conference hos

Shepaug recently celebrated the Boys Cross Country Team Class S State Champions with a Pep Rally, organized by Logan Racz, senior at Shepaug. The e

Samantha Steinmetz 08 Samantha Steinmetzs work with Simply Smiles has transformed her life since the day she graduated from Shepaug Valley School in 2008. The morning after graduation she hopped on a

Recent and Upcoming Events in Elementary Physical Education in Region 12 Jump Rope for Heart Recently, students in all three elementary schools worked hard to raise money and awareness for cardiovascu

Welcome Back Mrs. Hurley Mrs. Heather Hurley has returned to our Shepaug Valley School PE staff after her maternity leave. We are excited to have her back and once again involved in our Physical Educa

Thanks to the recent snow we have been able to get out the cross country skis in PE class Cross Country Skiing is an excellent aerobic activity during the winter months Problem Solving in Outdoor Ad

Middle Grades Swim Record Broken Congratulations to Jack Kennedy, Jack Pesce, Diego Gutierrez, and Zac Tibbatts who beat the 200 Medley Relay record with a time of two minutes and five seconds The rec

SVS STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT ALTERNATIVE ENERGY Seventh grade students call the First Selectmans Office in Bridgewater to find out more about the solar panels on the Senior Center as part of their researc

2015 WINTER FESTIVAL ASHINGTON WINTER SMORES and HOT COCOA WASHINGTONS FIRST ANNUAL WINTER FESTIVAL Come snowshoe and enjoy a warm drink and smores around the campfire at River Walk Park SATURDA

summeR gRaNt pRogRam Highschool Juniors Apply for an ASAP Summer Grant ASAP has provided scholarships for students to attend outstanding organizations such as the berklee college of music, Joffrey bal