Avery Redonnett - 4th grade
Favorite meal - sushi
Favorite book - Warriors by Erin Hunter
Favorite tv show/movie - Harry Potter
"If I had one wish I would compete in karate tournaments."
"I like SBS because we get a great education, the people are nice and the books are wonderful,"
"When I grow up I want to be marine biologist."
Bottle Collection Gets Big Donation!!!
On behalf of SBS I would like to thank Jane and Randy Gravel of Hilltop Redemption. These individuals, who own both Hilltop Redemption and Supplies Unlimited, have agreed to pick up returnables designated for the 8th grade class trip to Washington DC. They will make several stops throughout many locations (Harborside Restaurant, So. Bristol Post Office bottle shed, Walpole Cemetery bottle shed, So. Bristol Co-Op) and transport the bottles to their place of business. All those who have been involved with this process in the past realize what a blessing this gift is to the school. We want to express our thanks to both of them for their generosity and hope this partnership continues for years to come.
Tricky Tray is March 29th!!!
Mark your calendar for this date. Those of you soliciting businesses are reminded to do so and deliver donations to the school asap.
SBS has earned the Small School Busline LeagueSportsmanship Award for the second year in a row! The award is based on the following criteria: neatness of players’ and coach’s attire, the behavior and respect of opposing athletes toward their own coach as well as one another, the respect given demonstrated toward the officials by the coach and players, the respect given to our facility by the opposing team or how the school prepared their facility for us, the general conduct of opposing players and coaches towards our team during our event and how well our team was treated by their community. Coaches from each team vote, the ballots are collected and tallied and a winner is chosen for both the Large School and Small School Divisions. We are very proud of our coaches, athletes and fans as they continue to represent the qualities we want to see in people associated with our school. The Large School Winner was Great Salt Bay.
A Successful Field Trip
SBS students and staff traveled to Merrill Auditorium in Portland Monday, March 3rd to watch the African Children’s Choir. The audience was packed with several other schools and witnessed an amazing performance by zestful children between the ages of seven and ten. These performers were vibrant, enthusiastic, inspirational as they exuded an immense amount of appreciation for life.
Remember to keep bringing in those
Box-Tops for Education!!!