8th Grade Open House: If you are interested in talking to interested 8th graders and their parents about Wildlife Biology on Thursday December 1st from 6-8, please sign up here. We can order pizza if people are not going home between open house and school. If you are interested in giving tours, please sign up with Mrs. Rose.
Quinnipiac River Watershed Association: QRWA, located in Meriden, is looking for some volunteers to help teach younger students about water. They are hosting several workshops in the near future and need some dedicated students to help. This can turn into a long term SAE project if you are interested in developing it. If you are interested, please email Mrs. Picard.
Vote: Monday and Wednesday students will vote on the Halloween costume contest. We are going outside for most of the classes on Monday and Wednesday and will not have enough time during class to vote. If you would like to vote before school, come see me for a ballot.
Ag Pals: If you are interested in mentoring an incoming freshmen next year, see Mrs. Rose to sign up for Ag Pals.
November FFA Meeting: The FFA Chapter meeting is November 15th (Tuesday). We will be having a Giving Thanks dinner. Please bring 4 cans of food for your entry or bring 2 cans and a side dish. Sign up to come and say what you are bringing on Ag 105's door.
Environmental Events of Interest
November 5th Maple Syrup Producers Association meeting- free tickets.
December 18th QVAS's 2016 Christmas Bird Count: If you have never participated in a CBC and are interested please contact Corrie email@example.com New participants are encouraged to join us regardless of birding level. Check out our website to see our CBC circle http://quinnipiacvalleyaudubon.org/
February 19 -24th Camp Oswegatchie Winter Outdoor Survival Camp: It is open to the children of any active duty, reservist, or retired military personnel, between ages 14 – 18.
Various Dates Southwest Conservation District Newsletter
Various Dates Connecticut's State Museum of Natural History Fall Program Guide
These updates are intended for current parents and students in the Wildlife Biology class at LHHS.