District News
Middle School Students "Pumpkin Chunk"
The 6th & 8th grade Tech classes recently competed in a mini "Pumpkin Chunkin'" contest. The students were responsible for constructing a catapult using only 9 popsicle sticks, 6 rubber bands, and one spoon. They put their skills to the test and then competed to see who could "chunk" the their pumpkin the furthest. 
Elementary Students Release Butterflies
Mrs. Termine has been raising Monarch caterpillars/butterflies for about 10 years. Her hobby started with one milkweed plant. Milkweed is the host plant for Monarch butterflies to lay eggs. The Monarch butterflies migrate back to northern USA from Mexico every Spring and and Mrs. Termine begins to find eggs and caterpillars on her milkweed plants. She protects them from predators and disease by raising them in containers and feeding them clean milkweed leaves. The caterpillars complete their metamorphosis and are released as butterflies. This season has been epic. Mrs. Termine has found over 200 caterpillars and has shared them with teachers and students. The transformation is fascinating and the students have learned about the Monarch life cycle, migration, and their dependence on milkweed plants for survival. The migration to Mexico has begun and she is already looking forward to their return in the Spring. If you plant milkweed they will come. 
Hromada Places at Suburban Championship Meet
Kahtrina Hromada placed at the Suburban Championship Meet in Canfield on Tuesday.  She competed against 46 schools from 5 different counties.  She is the first female athlete to place at this meet in school's history.  Congratulations! 
Johnston Completes Eagle Scout Project
Over the past few months Chalker's Ryan Johnston and his fellow scouts have been working hard to construct picnic tables for the athletic complex's concession stand area. The project is now complete. Please check out Ryan's Eagle Scout project that is located by the concession stand at the football field.  Materials for Ryan's project were funded by the Southington Athletic Boosters. 
Deposits Due For 7th & 8th Grade Trips
Deposits ($100) are due September 29th for students going on the 7th & 8th grade trip to Washington, D.C.  Letters went home with 7th and 8th grade students in the Spring 2017 and a second letter went home the first week of school. 
Superintendent's Message

Superintendent’s Message

We would like to take this opportunity to welcome everyone back for the 2017-2018 school year. Our custodial staff has been extremely busy getting the building ready for the upcoming year. Kudos to them as you will see some renovations that have significantly upgraded the facilities.

As we begin the school year we must tell you that we have made a few minor adjustments to the busing schedule. Please review the enclosed material concerning busing closely and please call with any questions or concerns. Once again, we will minimize our busing changes throughout the school year. All requests MUST be for a legitimate reason. Students will not be permitted to ride another bus unless approved by the transportation office well in ADVANCE.

We look forward once again to making our learning environment as positive and successful as possible. Please keep in mind that state – mandated test results are not the only criteria used when assessing a school district. There is a lot of education that takes place behind the scenes in all public schools and we are no exception.

With that being said, we hope to see you during our upcoming open house or one of our extracurricular activities. Good Luck to our fall student athletes as well as our marching band. These individuals work extremely hard and welcome your presence.

We THANK YOU once again for your support! GO WILDCATS!

Educationally yours,

Rocco Nero

Superintendent of Schools

Southington Local

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