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Computer Science

Education Week and

the Hour of Code is HERE!

Keep on coding...

All 4th and 5th graders did an hour of computer coding during their computer lab time.

Click here to see what it's all about!


The Albert S. Hall School Food Pantry is OPEN!

        

For any family in need of food items, the pantry will be open for ASHS families on Wednesdays from 10:00 to 11:00 and Fridays from 2:30-3:30. If school is not in session on a Friday, the pantry will be open the last day that school is in session from 2:30-3:30.

Many thanks to Central Maine Motors for helping us to stock our shelves!

 

The Hall School is one of the most inviting places anyone could ever go to school. Over 220 fourth and fifth grade students, combined with numerous staff and parent volunteers, help to create a safe, fun, and effective learning environment.


For information contact Barbara Jordan, Principal
872-8071

bjordan@aos92.org


If you haven't noticed, Winter is here!  
Maine is not the only place with snow and ice.  Here are a few important tips shared from Allegheny College in snowy Pennsylvania. 
     ~ Wear boots or overshoes with grip soles such as rubber and neoprene composite. Slick leather or plastic soles on shoes will definitely increase the risk of slipping.
     ~ When getting out of your vehicle, look down at the surface. If it’s coated with ice you might want to park in a different place.
     ~ Don’t step on uneven surfaces. Avoid curbs with ice on them.
     ~ Place your full attention on walking. Digging in your pocketbook or backpack while walking on ice is dangerous.
                 ~ If you know you are going to slip, try to reduce your potential injury when falling. Roll with the fall. Try to twist   and roll backwards, rather than falling forward. Relax as much as possible when you begin to fall. Toss the load you are carrying. Protect yourself instead of the objects being carried.


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Donations of general supplies throughout the year such as pens, pencils, colored pencils, markers, pocketfolders, and filler paper are always appreciated, along with large quantities of tissues!



Questions or Comments?
E-mail the Webmaster: Jane Lee
jlee@aos92.org