Newsletter

Airline News   
Airline Community School 

May 18, 2018

June Birthdays
June 5     Grace S       

Summer Birthdays
July 5       Trafton                        August  7        Hannah
July 17     Rhylee                         August 15       Mason
July 20     Cyrus                           August 24       Caydence
July 29     Makayla                       August 29       Ky 
July 31     Ruby                            August 31       Gabby


UPCOMING EVENTS

Wednesday, June 13     Field Day at Lamoine State Park
Thursday, June 14        Last Student Day  - 11:00 Dismissal

Wednesday, August 29   First Day of School Year 2018-19


Principal's Message
 

Reminders:   

The after-school program runs everyday from 3:15-5:30. Please let the school know the first day of each week when your child will attend (if possible).

If your child will be absent from school, please contact the school by 8:30 AM on that day. This a safety measure besides being a heads up for the classroom teacher. 

Keep up-to-date on our website:          www.airlineschool.org    

 
SPORTS NEWS

The track team had a great final meet at the Almquist Invitational Track Meet in Orono at UMaine on Monday, May 21. 

The girls' basketball team (8-3) were in the Mid-Maine League Division I Championship game for the first time ever! They fell to a very strong  Greenbush team: nevertheless it was an awesome season.

The boys' season finishing with a 20-18 loss to Highview Christian. This was after  a thrilling victory over Greenbush as Brady hit two free throws with 0.2 seconds on the clock to snatch victory from defeat! 

The soccer team has finished its  season. They beat Indian Island on Friday, October 13 by a score of 4-0. Having another chance to defeat the Warriors, they took advantage of their steady improvement throughout the year. As a result, they played undefeated Highview Christian in a semi-final. Despite playing much better than in their first game against Highview, they lost 7-0. Overall it was a fun season, and the team was excited to be back in the league. They hope to do better next year! 

The cross country team has also finished their season. All of the six runners improved throughout the season. Four of them set PR's at the Invitational. All three girls won ribbons or a medal in all of their races. Kate, Michaela, and Grace hope to add a couple girls to their group next year so they can score as a team.   The boys (Cob, Brady, and Daniel) also are often seen running near each other pushing each other to better finishes each race. It was great to see both Brady and Cob ribbon at the Coastals and Daniel set his PR at the Invitational. They too hope to have two more runners to field a team next year. It was a great season!

Complete sports schedules are on the School News page.


CHESS NEWS
 
Cyrus won the third place trophy at the State K-8 Chess Championships at UMaine. On his way to this terrific finish was an upset of the highest rated participant who was over 800 points higher than Cyrus! 

Our annual Aurora Winter Solstice was held December 2. We had 55 participants in five different sections. Five of the players were Airline students, and both Cyrus and Ruby won their sections. 

The Ellsworth chess club meets at the Ellsworth Library Thursday evenings from 6:00-8:00 while the Bangor Chess Club meets Wednesday evenings at BAM all summer long. 

Go to chessmaine.net for all events and chess activities.

SCHOOL LUNCH 
 Lunch is $2.60, Breakfast is $1.25, reduced lunch is $.40.  Cold Lunch or snack Milk is  $.40. Adult meals are $4.00 for lunch and $2.00 for breakfast.
Please send payment in advance  for the breakfasts, lunches and milks your children plan to eat.
You may apply to the free or reduced rate lunch program at any time.
The monthly menus are posted on our website.

 ART PROGRAM
Thank you all for all your support this school year!

LIBRARY
PLEASE RETURN LIBRARY BOOKS by the end of the school year, thank you!
The Airline Community Library is for community residents as well as the school.  The library offers books for young children, school aged children, young adults and grown-ups alike.  The children’s fiction and non-fiction books are cataloged on the public computer. Wi-Fi is available at the library and there is one public computer available. In order to make the library open to the public, we need volunteers to open the library, call the school office if you can help.
 
FUNDRAISERS

Please save BOX TOPS for education coupons. Please check the expiration dates on the Box Tops for Education coupons found on product packaging before sending them in to the school office. The Airline does not collect Campbell's Labels for Education. Our February submission will be sent in on February 26th. Please send in collected Box Tops coupons as soon as possible to help the school.  If you get on-line coupons from Box Tops, please enter them on-line for our school yourself (the instructions are on the coupons.) Thank you for all your support.