May 14 - May 20 @ Division Street

Post date: May 14, 2018 12:18:2 AM

Week at a Glance

Ongoing This Week

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Monday, May 14

-Arts in Ed Film Making Residency

Tuesday, May 15

-Arts in Ed Film Making Residency

-Budget Vote

Wednesday, May 16

-Arts in Ed Film Making Residency

Thursday, May 17

-Arts in Ed Film Making Residency

Friday, May 18

-Arts in Ed Film Making Residency

-Arts in Ed Triple Threat Residency

Saturday, May 19

Sunday, May 20

Arts in Ed - Film Making Residency (4th grade) May 14th - May 18th

Film maker Mike Feurstein will be working with Division Street’s 4th grade students all week as each class creates their own anti-bullying PSA. The students will write their own script, take on the various roles required to make a short film (from director to lighting to slate to camera person to actor), then they will create their own PSA. This program is one of the students’ favorites every year.

Budget Vote - Tuesday, May 15th

Click here to view the 2018-2019 Budget Campaign Informational Memo and Fast Facts Flyer and don’t forget to come out to vote for the budget on Tuesday, May 15th!

Arts in Ed - Triple Threat Residency (5th grade) May 18th

This week the 5th graders will begin their multi-day theatre residency with the Saratoga Children’s Theatre. This Triple Threat program incorporates three elements of theater; acting, singing and dancing. The students will focus on the 1950s and 1960s time period and will learn about how the backdrop of the Civil Rights movement influenced the theatre of the time. They will do pieces from Fiddler on the Roof and West Side Story.

Arts in Ed - Author Visit with Jen Sattler (K & 1st) May 21st

Last chance to get any book orders in for the author visit with author and illustrator Jen Sattler. If you would like a personalized book for your child and you have not submitted your order, please contact

Dragon's Pride 5K Race Registration is Open

Saturday, June 2nd at 9:00am is our annual 5K race at the Warming Hut in the Saratoga State Park. Click HERE for registration and sponsorship information. The weather is getting better so what have you got to lose (besides that winter coat!?!)

Summer Learning Opportunities

Summer vacation will be here before you know it! It is important for students to relax and refresh, but it is also important for students to have opportunities to learn. That doesn't mean summer needs to be like school--learning takes many forms! Click here to find out about summer learning opportunities!

Open PTA Officer Position for Next Year

The following volunteer PTA positions are open for next year. Each position is a two-year term and starts July 1, 2018:

PTA VP of Fundraising -

If you are interested in this position please email the Lori Laustrup for more information!

Summer Camp and Activity Information for Parents

Summer camps fill up fast in our area, and if you don't quite know where to start - remember that we've got your back! Click here for a list of camps and activities that have been shared with our PTA to date. Have something to add? Email to have your favorite finds added to the list!