Dear PAML Families,

I’d like to start with a hearty congratulations to Lisa Leopold and the cast of FAME Jr.  It was so wonderful to see our students back on stage this week.  Thank you to everyone who came to see the show!  We have another performance, which is our spring concert coming up on 5/26. 

I’m also excited to announce that we’ll be welcoming 7th and 8th graders back to the building on Friday 5/20 from 7:00-9:00 for a school dance.  I’ve shared our dance expectations below.  We are still looking for a few family chaperones for the event.  If you are able to join us please send an email to Nikki Griffin (nikki.griffin@lsuu.org). 

As we lift our gaze towards summer and next year, I’d like to make sure I mention our summer academic opportunity known as “pro-boost.”  We will be once again offering this program for 5 weeks this summer.  The schedule will be from 7/5-8/5 T, W, TH from 8:30-11:30 each day.  The program can also be paired with our Unbound Summer camp for a longer day of activity.  Your student’s TA teacher may reach out to suggest “Pro-Bost” in the next few weeks.  However, if you feel like your student may benefit from participation in the program do not hesitate to reach out to us. 

Finally, please see the invitation to participate in an LSUU survey below.  We are really eager to hear from you.  

Thank you for your continued support!

Matt Young, Principal

Please mark your calendars with these important dates:
5/18 7th Grade field trip to Burlington Waterfront
5/19 6th grade field trip to the Bijou
5/20 7th and 8th grade dance
5/26 7:00 PM PAML Spring Concert
6/3 6th Grade field trip to Smugglers Notch Fun Zone
6/9 7th Grade BBQ at the Oxbow
6/13-8th grade Moving Up Ceremony (Morning)
6/14-Rain date for 8th Grade Moving Up Ceremony

7th and 8th Grade Dance Info.
When: Friday, May 20th
Where: Cafeteria
Who: 7th and 8th Graders|
Time: 7-9pm
Cost: Free with sign-in at the door; you may only sign in once
Guests: Allowed with advanced written permission (get form from the office)

Dance Expectations are as follows:

  • Arrive at the dance by 7:30 pm.  Students will not be allowed to enter after 7:30. you will not be able to attend.  If you have a conflict, please talk with Mr. Young by Thursday of the week of the dance.
  • PAML 7th and 8th grade students only –If students wish to bring a 7thor 8th grade guest from another school they may sign that person up in advance.  Please pick up and complete the form in the office. – no exceptions.
  • Student MUST be picked up at 9:00 pm. 
  • Once a student leaves the dance, they will not be permitted to return.
  • There will be some snacks and water available for purchase.  The sale concessions raises funds for future dances.
  • Backpacks or bags are not permitted in the dance.
  • If students are not in school for the full day of the dance, they may not attend unless approved by Mr. Young in advance.
  • All school expectations apply.

The Lamoille South Unified Union School District is working to provide every child with a high quality education in a safe and supportive environment. We would like to survey our families to see how we are doing when it comes to parent and family engagement. We ask that you please complete a separate survey for each school you are involved with. The results of this survey will be used by district and school-based leadership teams to set goals for the upcoming year. The Community Advisory Council helped develop this survey.

This survey will close on May 20, 2022.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc9QZUMc1uhz5gr0Ha30lOiQGceBZyebBdiX667GsRGveIqYw/viewform

Lamoille Health Partners Community Center

Is now Open! On Monday, May 2nd, the Lamoille Health Partners Community Center located on 26 Union Street in Morrisville, opened its doors for middle school students to come socialize, play games, and build life skills through fun activities in a safe, supervised space.  Our hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 3:00 to 6:30 p.m.  We at Lamoille Health Partners are super excited to provide this safe space and look forward to serving our community’s children.

Amanda Camargo, the head of the community center, is originally from Quincy, Massachusetts, and has lived in the Northeast Kingdom for the past five years.  She specializes in the arts and communications, and has experience opening youth centers, as well as working with youth both in Massachusetts and in Hardwick, Vermont. She is both excited and eager to serve the youth of Morrisville via the center and hopes to empower the children to have a greater sense of pride in their community as well as in their own talents and skills.

Students may drop in at any time.  Please review the Community Center Promise below with your students.  This document outlines the community center’s expectations for safe participation. 

Promise 2022 – LHP CC.pdf

Unbound Camp Summer Brochure and registration Summer Unbound Registration is ongoing! Summer Unbound is a great opportunity for students entering grades 6-8 to spend time with friends and school staff doing fun activities, projects and to just have a great summer. Happening from July 5th to August 6th, Summer Unbound is free of charge to all students! Pick up your registration packet in the ML office, by talking to Mark McNall, or using the link below. 

2022 Unbound Summer Camp

Middle Level Spring Sports
LSUU Weekly Athletics Schedule

2022 Morristown Summer Recreation Camp!

Exciting News!  Vermont Family Theatre Summer Musical Theatre Camp is back at Peoples Academy this summer.

Week 1 will be June 20th – 24th  for all skill levels ages 6 and – 14

    Time 8:30 – 3:30    Theme  The Jungle Book!  Performance 6/24

Week 2 June 27th – July 1st  for intermediate & Advanced performers

    Time 8:30 – 3:30   for ages 8 – 16  The Lion King  Performance 7/1

Registrations are coming in fast.  The form is digital on our website

vermontfamilytheatre.weebly.com 

If you have any questions, drop in and speak with Ms Perry in the PAHS Computer Lab.

Announcements From Working Communities Challenge (WCC)
Housing for Vibrant Communities: Explore the connections between housing, economic development, and opportunity, including the role of municipalities in advancing housing solutions and inter-town collaboration.

  • June 3
  • 8AM-1PM
  • At Jenna’s House in Johnson with a virtual option

For anyone who is interested in how towns and villages can create the conditions for housing development.

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