April 24 News - Chautauqua County Community USD 286


April 24 News - Chautauqua County Community USD 286
After School News
April 22, 2014 Volume VII
Middle Level Graphic Art Contest:
Students in grades 6-8 have the opportunity to submit a design for the Adventure
Dome Summer Camp T-shirt logo. Rules and requirements were handed out last
week to interested students. A panel of judges will select the winning logo, and a
$40 prize will be given to the artist.
Just got a peak at the LEGO robotics kits for the
robotics classes,
scheduled each day
for three weeks,
give students a fun
way to learn and
work together in
exploring and
solving problems.
Adventure Dome Summer Camp
Kits offer hands-on learning of
science concepts.
The Simple Machines kits provide a variety of
constructions for students to use in learning about
principles of
physical science.
Students work in
pairs to complete
designs that solve
the days problem.
It’s not too late to enroll in Adventure Dome
Enroll NOW !
Just pick up an enrollment form in the
elementary office. The cost is FREE for six
weeks of supervised, safe, learning and play!
Older students work with more advanced systems,
linking designs to software that can program
Students learn how to follow a design blueprint
while comparing and communicating with other
groups about design characteristics.
Students can build a variety of simple machines
from one kit, making each day a new exploration.
And the FAST lottery basket
winner is ......Who????
The weekly FAST meeting was held on Wednesday, April
23rd, from 5:30 - 8:00 p.m. Songs were sung, charades and
scribbles were played, and the parent group talked about
raising children--then and now.
The Lenitons won the last Lottery basket to be given away.
They knew they were going to win, because everyone has to
win once during the 8-week program. In fact, both Harrison
and his mother told Mary Warren more than once that they
were going to win the lottery on Wednesday night.
Ben Lemmon played a joke on the family by announcing that
the Jones had won, which brought some strange looks from the group, including the Lenitons!
Graduation is April 30th
The last meeting of the FAST group will be the graduation meeting. Families will complete the post-survey,
and engage in a shortened schedule of events. There may be a leftover, potluck drawing for prizes not used in
the lottery baskets.
What’s Next for FAST?
The program was such a success, that the FAST organization has approved funding for next year. Plans are in
the works to begin a new group of families in September. A big “THANK YOU” goes out to Anna Baum,
Parent Partner and school chef, for preparing such wonderful meals throughout the program!! Her desserts are
to die for!!!!
Admit One for High Quiz Scores and Stellar Listening!
The first drawing for the movie passes came on Thursday during snacks!
Students were challenged this week and next to score 90-100% on
their AR quizzes, be excellent listeners, and perfect attenders during
after school. Teachers awarded orange tickets to anyone who met the
criteria set by each after school class. Tickets were then placed in a
larger container for the week’s drawing. The winners of this week’s
movie passes are: Sophia Rios, Triston Wade, Koda Blankinship,
Isabelle Kaiser, Pacey Sellers, Brycen Dickens, Haley Sellers.
Several Incentives to “Stay the Course” in After
The movie pass promo will end with the second drawing on May 1st. Then, for the first week in May, another
incentive will be announced so that students will help us keep the enrollments up for the entire program time. If
you thought the movie passes were great, wait until you hear about the next promotion!!