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Region in Review Shepaug Regional School District 12 April 1, 2016 Business Students Apply Classroom Theories to Real Problems Submitted by John Spear, Business Education Teacher Photo credits Elaina

and gaining knowledge and experience while becoming financially literate. Engaging in the Creative Process... Students are encouraged to make connections and take risks throughout each business course

SVS Future Planning Guide Now Available The counseling office is proud and excited to launch the Future Planning Guide This comprehensive guide is an excellent resource for students and families. It i

World Languages Happenings The Shepaug World Language department is pleased and proud to share some of the exciting, enriching activities that are utilized to make language learning come alive in the

AP Spanish...its Elementary Seora Grankas Grade 4 students at Washington Primary School enjoyed a special treat during Spanish class on Thursday, March 10th. Several of Seor Nolans AP Spanish students

Spaghetti Dinner Did you smell the meatballs Did you try the French desserts If you did, then you must have been at the Spaghetti dinner in recent weeks, a meal generously provided by members of the A

French II Celebrates La Chandeleur As part of the French II curriculum, students made crpes to celebrate the French Holiday of Candelmas, or La Chandeleur. Tradition has it that if you hold a gold coi

Eighth Grade Spanish Video Exchange Shepaug graduate and former Spanish student Jesse Steinmetz recently contacted Seor Nolan and Seora HolstGrubbe to invite Shepaug eighth grade Spanish classes to pa

First Grade Writers Workshop First Grade Writing Workshop is a very exciting time. The first graders in our three elementary schools are learning how to tap into their burgeoning powers as readers as

Shepaug Dramatics Presents an All School Musical Shepaug Valley School April 1, 2, 8, 9 at 7PM Call 8607172444 Order Tickets Today

Innovation Information Night On April 1, 2016, Shepaug will host an Innovation Information Night to showcase how the school uses innovative technology in the classroom and to hear unique ideas and fee

REGISTRATION STUDENT NAME PARENTGUARDIAN NAME PHONE EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBER EMERGENCY CONTACT IF DIFFERENT THAN PARENTGUARDIAN BEFOREAFTER CARE 10.00 PER DAY PER STUDENT EARLY DROP OFF 8AM LATE PICKUP

REGISTRATION STUDENT NAME PARENTGUARDIAN NAME PHONE EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBER EMERGENCY CONTACT IF DIFFERENT THAN PARENTGUARDIAN BEFOREAFTER CARE 10.00 PER DAY PER STUDENT EARLY DROP OFF 8AM LATE PICKUP

Technology Sessions All classes are taught by certified teachers. Students attending both morning and afternoon sessions are invited to stay for an hour of supervised lunch. Drop off as early as 8am

Technology Sessions All classes are taught by certified teachers. Students attending both morning and afternoon sessions are invited to stay for an hour of supervised lunch. Drop off as early as 8am

ative cre PROGRAMS cooking at the silo with Nancy Stuart GrAdES 35 GrAdES 35 ALL AGES 2016 Wednesdays, Apr. 6, 13, 27, May 4, 11 400530pm The Silo, New Milford YOUNG WRITERS COCKTAIL PARTY CELEBRI

Region 12 Community Calendar April 1st April 1st, 2nd, 8th 9th April 4th April 5th April 6th April 6th April April April April 7th 9th 12th 13th Shepaug Innovation Information Night, 515pm Seussical

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