ADL Announcements 01/27/2022

(These are sent each Thursday school is in session.)

Events


Thursday, February 10, 7:00 PM, Winter Band Concert

Monday, February 21-28, Winter Break / No School

Tuesday, March 1, Winter Break / No School

Athletics

Thursday, January 27th


Boys at Essex A Team first, 4:15 game start

Girls vs Essex at ADL A team first, 4:15 game start. Here is the livestream link for the game: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZeP3dM8Nuw

Yearbook Orders

Place your yearbook order soon! The cost is $25.00 per yearbook. You can order online or pick up an order form in the main office.

January 28 personalization and accessory end date.

The deadline to order yearbooks is February 20, 2022.


Order your yearbook here:


http://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A08747000


Please see Mrs. Donahey or Ms. Edwards if you have any questions.

ADL Clubs

  • Art Club will be meeting on Fridays from 3:15-4:30 in the art room.
  • D&D club will be meeting on Tuesdays from 3:30-4:30 in room C10.
  • Geo Bee Club will be meeting on Mondays, 3:15-4 PM, in room C6.
  • Math Counts will be meeting on Mondays from 3:20 to 4:00 in room B16.
  • Pride Club will be meeting on Fridays from 3:15-4:00 in the Band Room.
  • Skull and Cross Stitch Club will be meeting on Thursdays from 3:15-4:15 in the art room.
  • Yearbook Club will be meeting on Mondays from 3:30-4:30 in the conference room.

Linking Engineering to Life Program

BioMed is an image-busting intro to engineering for 6th -8th grade girls and non-binary youth that builds confidence, creativity, and courage. Participants will meet regularly for 10 weeks to imagine and create solutions to real life design challenges, be inspired by real women engineers, and connect with like-minded peers in a supportive, small group setting while being mentored by UVM engineering students. We'll be focusing on Biomedical Engineering this time around!

Wednesdays, February 2 – April 14 (No Program February 23)

3:30-5pm | ADL Tech Ed Room

$50

www.essexjunction.org/departments/rec/programs/youth-recreation

Youth Leadership Opportunity

Seeking Village Resident Help: Future Manager Search

The Village of Essex Junction Trustees are seeking the assistance of Village residents to guide the recruitment and hiring process of the future City Manager. The future manager will be the head of the City government, leading the day-to-day operations and hiring and supervising personnel. The Trustees would like to appoint a diverse committee of up to 9 people, to develop a timeline and strategy for the successful recruitment and hiring of the manager. The Committee shall seek and provide input opportunities for the general public, Trustees, staff, and department heads throughout the process so the hiring reflects what constituents want and believe the manager should possess. The intention is to gather a wide variety of voices from throughout our community, including marginalized populations. The Committee is planning the recruitment and hiring process, and not necessarily the hiring committee. Committee member traits and experiences that would be beneficial, but are not necessary, include: HR recruitment and hiring experience, general government service or knowledge, experience in public engagement strategies, writing, organizing, logistics planning, and/or if you are simply interested in helping to create the new City of Essex Junction and want to contribute to your community.

The Trustees hope to have a variety of committee members who represent different sectors of the community. Youth are welcome as well and encouraged to apply. Committee members will be compensated $50 per meeting. The committee’s role is anticipated to be March through August. Meeting day, time, and frequency will be determined once the committee is formed, but is anticipated to be once every two to three weeks early in the process, and less as things progress. To be considered, please send an e-mail of interest that states your name, address, why you are interested in joining the committee, and what experiences, skills, knowledge, or characteristics you have that you think will make you a valuable resource and committee member. Letters should be sent to Tammy Getchell (tgetchell@essexjunction.org) by Wednesday, February 2. Questions can be sent to Brad Luck (bluck@ejrp.org, 802-878-1375).

Families Eligible for Monthly Internet Service Discount

Eligibility for Monthly Internet Service Discount

Households that are eligible for free or reduced meals under the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) or the School Breakfast Program (SBP) during the 2019-2020, 2020-2021 and/or the 2021-2022 school year are eligible for the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program (EBB Program). The EBB Program is a temporary federal program to help eligible households pay for internet service during the pandemic. The EBB Program provides a monthly discount of not more than $50 per month on broadband service and associated equipment (for example, a modem) for eligible households and not more than $75 per month for households on qualifying Tribal lands. If the participating household chooses an eligible plan that costs $50/month or less, the household will receive that service for free, at least until the EBB Program ends.


If you have questions about the EBB program, your eligibility to participate, or to find information about participating providers near you, please visit GetEmergencyBroadband.org, call 833-511-0311, or email EBBHelp@usac.org.


Households may continue to submit free and reduced meal applications to become eligible for this benefit throughout the school year. Applications can be submitted online at MySchoolApps.com or paper applications can be found on our Child Nutrition website.

ADL Paws

Want to keep updated on the ADL PAWS projects and events?

Don't miss out! "Like" the "PAWS ADL" page on Facebook today! The facebook page will share info about ongoing opportunities to support your school community at ADL. From volunteering your time, donating baked goods, to events we'll be hosting for ADL students and family, there are lots of things to like! Click below to "like" our Facebook page and stay connected and involved!

https://www.facebook.com/pawsadl/

ADL Bottle Barn

Please drop off your clean bottles and cans to donate to ADL special programs!

Bottles and cans should be in bags! PLEASE DO NOT THROW IN LOOSE BOTTLES AND CANS.

Thanks!

EWSD

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