Archive for October, 2018

Daniel Marek’s high school health class work on the planning and goal setting. More photos…

Daniel Marek’s high school health class work on the planning and goal setting. More photos…

Written by on October 31, 2018

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Stacy Livingston’s art class at Gowana learn about analogous colors. More photos…

Stacy Livingston’s art class at Gowana learn about analogous colors. More photos…

Written by on October 31, 2018

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Mrs. Hladun’s and Mrs. Sequeira’s Arongen 3rd graders kicked off their balancing and weighing science unit by inquiring about something they’d like to investigate throughout their studies.

Mrs. Hladun’s and Mrs. Sequeira’s Arongen 3rd graders kicked off their balancing and weighing science unit by inquiring about something they’d like to investigate throughout their studies.

Written by on October 31, 2018

Mrs. Hladun’s and Mrs. Sequeira’s Arongen 3rd graders kicked off their balancing and weighing science unit by inquiring about something they’d like to investigate throughout their studies.

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Nurse Substitutes

Written by on October 30, 2018

CURRENT VACANCY POSITION: Nurse Substitutes INFORMATION:  Substitute Nurses are needed at the District. Current NYS professional RN license and current CPR and AED certification required LOCATION: Shenendehowa Central Schools BENEFITS & SALARY: Professional working environment, supportive parents and community, $22.85/hr                                    TO APPLY:   Interested candidates must download and complete the Non Instructional Substitute application […]

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High school students in Meg Maset’s Public Speaking class speak about their pet peeves. More photos…

High school students in Meg Maset’s Public Speaking class speak about their pet peeves. More photos…

Written by on October 25, 2018

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Gowana students in Miss Grimmick’s 6th grade English class paired up to work on descriptive writing skills. More info and photos…

Gowana students in Miss Grimmick’s 6th grade English class paired up to work on descriptive writing skills. More info and photos…

Written by on October 25, 2018

Gowana students in Miss Grimmick’s 6th grade English class paired up to work on descriptive writing skills.  One partner described the image displayed behind the other partner’s back using the “Show, Don’t Tell” strategy.  The second partner had to draw the image without looking, based on the details alone!  

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Mrs. Dessingue’s second grade class at Chango focus on math practice in the classroom. More photos…

Mrs. Dessingue’s second grade class at Chango focus on math practice in the classroom. More photos…

Written by on October 25, 2018

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Acadia students in Rene Stehle’s technology skills class built Frankenstein woodworking projects.

Acadia students in Rene Stehle’s technology skills class built Frankenstein woodworking projects.

Written by on October 25, 2018

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Chango third graders work hard to build strong bridges. More photos…

Chango third graders work hard to build strong bridges. More photos…

Written by on October 25, 2018

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I saw one post where a girl was thanking Shen HS for having free sanitary woman’s products, unlike the middle schools. However, you responded with “they are free at all levels”. No, they are not free at all levels. When I got my period in the middle schools if I didn’t have a quarter or my own items with me I would either ask around for a quarter or have to break a dollar in the lunchline, which they didn’t even let me do half the time. If you’re unaware the middle school sanitary products aren’t free, please educate yourself on this information.

Written by on October 19, 2018

A. Things change. A new law, effective July 1, 2018, requires all elementary and secondary public schools in New York State that serve students in any grade from six to twelve, to provide feminine hygiene products to students in school restrooms, at no cost.

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