Middle School News...
Viewing the solar eclipse is an opportunity to experience a rare natural phenomena. However, in order to view the eclipse precautions must be taken. It is dangerous to look directly into the sun, including when an eclipse occurs. To view the eclipse safely, students should wear solar eclipse glasses (regular sunglasses will not work) or use a pinhole viewer. On the day of the eclipse, the MS science teachers will be providing students with simple pinhole viewers to watch the eclipse. Students are also welcome to bring solar eclipse glasses, which can be purchased at some stores or online. Some libraries are also giving them away for free. Don't miss this rare opportunity but please protect your student's eyes!
Thursday, August 24- Picture Day
Pictures will be taken at the start of P.E., Choir, and Equestrian
Friday, August 25- Special Schedule
Wednesday, August 30- Beach Day
Parents are invited to volunteer for our Beach Day at Sunset State Beach! If you are interested, please email Laura Hamilton at email@example.com
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