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Pop Tab Collection

Please help 4th and 5th graders with their service project of collecting pop tabs for 4-H club. The collected pop tabs will be recycled and the money earned will be used to sponsor children to attend a summer camp. You may turn in any pop tabs to Mrs. Eastham or give to any 4th or 5th grader.


Thank you for helping us give back to our community!

 

Upcoming Events

May 01-06 – Soccer District Tournament @ Southern Middle TBA

May 01 – Softball –vs- Williamsburg @ 5:30

May 02 – Baseball away @ Burgin @ 5:30

May 05 – Baseball away @ Casey Co. @ 5:30

May 05 – Mr. Tim Leigh will be clearing out Lost and Found

May 08 – Baseball –vs- Berea @ 5:30 – 8th Grade Night

May 08-13 – Soccer Conference Tournament TBA

May 08 – 12 Spring K-Prep Testing

May 11 – Baseball –vs- Burgin @ 5:30

May 15 – Baseball away @ McCreary Middle @ 5:30

May 16 - School will be in session. Make up snow day.

May 22 – Grandparent Support Group @ noon @ Pulaski Co. Public Library

May 22 – Last day for students

NASP State Tournament

Grandparent Support Group

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Are you raising a grandchild in your home? If so, you are invited to attend our monthly support group. The group meets once a month and shares experiences. We have programs and speakers designed for grandparents and a free lunch provided. This free service is provided by the Family Resource and Youth Service Centers of Pulaski County, Somerset and Science Hill Schools. If you would like more information, please call Keli Nelson at 679-7824 or your Family Resource Services Center at your child’s school.

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A 100 percent tobacco-free school policy reflects a firm commitment by school administration, teachers and parents to provide students, personnel, and community members a safe, tobacco-free  environment. Tobacco-free schools (including alternate nicotine products and vapor products)  give adults the opportunity to be role models for tobacco-free lifestyles and set the tone for reduced social acceptance of tobacco use. In addition, studies show that students in tobacco-free schools are less likely to start smoking. More resources: http://www.tobaccofreeschoolsky.org/index.html 

 

 

 

 

Science Hill School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

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2016 - 2017 School Calendar

 

2016 - 2017 Code of Conduct

 

2017 - 2018 School Calendar - NEW

 

 

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News

4/21/17

Spring K-Prep Testing for grades 3 - 8 will be May 8th - 12th.

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4/21/17

Science Hill Student Council is collecting items for Sunrise Children’s Services from now until the end of April. Below is a list of items per grade level that is requested to benefit these families:

 

Preschool, Kindergarten, and 1st grade: Toothbrushes, toothpaste, and dental floss

 

2nd grade-3rd grade: Shampoo, conditioner, bars of soap  

 

4th grade-5th grade: Brushes, combs, hair ties, bobby pins, hair clips, etc.

 

6th grade -7th grade: Body lotion, perfumes,  hand sanitizers

 

****8th grade: see Mrs. Costello or Mrs. Luttrell****

Please make sure all items are new and in original package. A box for collected items will be located in the Middle School hall near where Mrs. Young monitors in the mornings. Items can be dropped off in the morning before school. All items are greatly appreciated!
 

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4/21/17

The 2016-17 Science Hill School Art Show will be Monday May 1st, 2017.  Parents can view the show 3:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Students 1st through 8th grade will have artwork on display.  All student artwork can be picked up at 6:00 p.m. the evening of the show.  Any artwork that is not picked up will be sent home at a later date.  Thank you for your support for our art program!

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ATTENTION:Students are allowed to carry ONLY clear packaged bottles of plain water to their classes. No other beverages or containers are allowed in classes. If you take anything other than this, the teacher will ask you to throw it away.