Daily Bulletin

George Stevens Academy Bulletin for Monday, January 22, 2018

Special Schedule if Delay or No School Tuesday

If delay: we will start late, but still have both exams, with lunch served between exams.

If cancellation: Tuesday will be moved to Friday; all else will stay the same

Mid Year Exam Schedule

Monday, 1/22:
8:15-10:00 Period 3 Exam
10:00-10:25 Break
10:30-12:15 Period 4 Exam
Tuesday, 1/23:
8:15-10:00 Period 5 Exam
10:00-10:25 Break
10:30-12:15 Period 6 Exam
Wednesday, 1/24:
8:15-10:00 Period 7 Exam
10:00-10:25 Break
10:30-12:15 Period 8 Exam
Thursday, 1/25:
8:15-10:00 Period 1 Exam
10:00-10:25 Break
10:30-12:15 Period 2 Exam
Friday, 1/26:
*Make up exams 8:15 and 10:30

*Make up exams can be scheduled by appointment with your teacher in the afternoon of exam week or during the Friday make up periods.


1/22-1/25/2018: Mid Year Exams (12:15pm Dismissal)
1/25/18: Dist. VI High School Honors Festival,Ellsworth H.S.
1/26/18: No School - Make up exams - Faculty In-service
1/26/18: End First Semester
1/26/18: Black Out Dance 7-10pm (POSTPONED)

What's Happening??

Peer Tutoring Available - Peer tutors are available to support students during their study halls. Students will work together for half a class period once or twice a week. If you are a student that would like some support, please contact Erich in the library.
Math Tutoring - Mrs. Herrick is tutoring for math after school in the GSA library. She will be here on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Please sign up in the library if you plan to stay for tutoring.

Downeast Audubon Summer Camp Scholarship Info.

The following scholarships for summer camp are available from Downeast Audubon:

□ Acadia Institute of Oceanography camp Intermediate Marine Science Camp for kids ages 12 to 15. (http://www.acadiainstitute.com/marine-science-camps/intermediate-marine-science-camp-program) August 5 -17. Seal Harbor, Maine.
□ Acadia Institute of Oceanography Advanced Marine Science camp for teens aged 15-19. Note that this camp is for serious students and includes field work, lab analyses, preparing reports, tours and meetings with the Jackson Lab and Mt. Desert Island Biological Lab, both of whom offer internships to high school and college age students. (http://www.acadiainstitute.com/marine-science- camps/advanced.html) July 8 – August 20, Seal Harbor, Maine.
□ National Audubon Society’s Hog Island, “Mountains to Sea Birding for Teens” ages 14-17. (http://hogisland.audubon.org/bird-studies-teens) June 24 - 29. Hog Island, Bremen, Maine.
□ National Audubon Society’s Hog Island “Sharing Nature: An Educator’s Week,” aimed at K-12 teachers (http://hogisland.audubon.org/sharing-nature-educator-s-week) July 15 – 20, Hog Island, Bremen, Maine. (For this option there is no need for a teacher recommendation, or to list age, or any of the parent or guardian information below.)
□ Huntsman Marine Camp “Introduction to Marine Mammals and Seabirds” ages 15 – 18, (http://www.huntsmanmarine.ca/education-outreach/courses/summer/)July 23 – 27, Saint Andrews, New Brunswick. A passport is required to attend this camp.
For More information contact: More info: 326-4909; deaudubon@gmail.com; http://www.downeastaudubon.org

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