It's been a busy couple of weeks in the SCLA world!
First, my apologies for any confusion with concessions this past Friday. I reused the Google form from our first concessions service time, and failed to delete the names of those who worked. My father has been in the hospital and I think my brain just shorted out! Thanks for your patience, and thanks to those who were able to help, either time!!
Recently our 10th grade SCLAers went to Everest Restaurant in Longmont to taste Nepalese food and hear the owner sing and drum. Many thanks to the mom drivers and for the students to experience eating Dal, Sag, Butter Chicken and many other foods. We hope these experiences help our students be more comfortable trying foods they are not used to and how to be respectful of cultural differences.
SCLA 12 took a day to head to Loveland Laser Tag for an amazing day of team-building, communication, respect, ethics and problem solving! Each student was able to be part of a laser tag team for several games, take on the climbing wall, experience the ropes course and head to the laser maze. The chance to work on leadership skills in a fun environment and see how they can apply these skills to their Capstone Project was the focus of the day. Certainly one of the best field trips ever and we will continue it every year with our senior class!
SCLA 10 Field Trip
ALL SCLA 10th graders
(In class this
semester or next) have a field trip scheduled for
Wednesday, November 12 from 8:45-2pm
to the Arvada Center for the Arts.
This cultural day will feature some amazing hands on experiences, performances and an amazing lunch from a local ethnic restaurant.
Connect with all the SCLA students in your grade for an excellent leadership day!
You must be passing ALL of your classes (no D's or F's in any course) and have no disciplinary issues to attend this field trip!!!
Contact Ms. Adams if you have any questions.
Printable permission slip here:
SCLA Senior Capstone Project Expo
Tuesday, November 18th 7-8:30pm at SCHS.
Join our senior class as they share info on their upcoming projects.
This event is REQUIRED for ALL SCLA students to attend (9th, 10th and 11th.)
Parents and the public are invited. The Expo gives you a chance to sign up to volunteer for SCLA Capstone Projects and also to participate. There are some amazing projects that you don't want to miss! This is your chance to not only support the seniors, but to get valuable volunteer experience as you prepare for your Senior Capstone Project!
You will also receive your
SCLA VOLUNTEER SHIRT
It is FREE for you to pick up that evening,
but if you don't pick it up that night, it is $10.
Longmont Rotary Coat Drive:
We are collecting coats for the Longmont Rotary Coat Drive. The Rotary Club has been doing the Coat drive for over 20 years supporting families in our area in need. You can donate clean coats, jackets, hats, scarves, gloves, mittens, boots, blankets, sleeping bags and other winter items. Children's coats and Extra Large items are especially needed. There will be a drop off box in the College and Career Center by Ms. Adams door starting Monday and running through November 30th.
OUR Center Food Drive
The OUR Center in Longmont is experiencing a food shortage. Please consider donating the following items. You can drop these off in the box in the College and Career Center near Ms. Adams office.
- Fresh Fruit
- Fresh Vegetables
- Canned meat
- Canned fish
- Tomato products
- Gift Cards to grocery stores
Lyons Flood Cleanup
Lyons still needs a lot of work to get back to where it was!
Sunday, November 2nd more work will be done.
Volunteers MUST BE 16 years old.
Contact Chum at 303-931-4012
Longmont Estates Elementary School is looking for after-school tutors. If you would like to volunteer your time to help out some amazing young people, contact Ms. Adams for more info.
Concession Stand help!!
Students needed for upcoming concession stand work at Silver Creek HS.
Friday 12/29 6:30pm
Tuesday 1/27 6:30pm
Friday 1/30 6:30pm
for more info and to sign up.
Basketball Tourney concession stand help after school:
December 9-12 at SCHS.
Contact Mr. Tonjes in the main office to volunteer for this.
Looking ahead to Summer- 2016
Parents, students, siblings- all are welcome!
This will be a wonderful service learning trip with a chance for us to enjoy other cultures and volunteer to make a difference.
This is a very affordable trip and monthly payments less than $150 per month!
Check out our tour here!
If you are interested in learning more- complete this form and Ms. Adams will contact you.