Friday, Jan. 12

Breakfast: Cereal Bar, String Cheese, Fruit, Juice, Milk

Lunch:  Meatball Hoagie or Multi Cheese Hoagie, Potato Salad, Veggies, Fruit, Milk
To Report an Absence – call the front desk at 507-663-8806 x 0, or send an e-mail to   Please contact us when your student will be absent from school, arrive late to school or leave school for an appointment, family event, etc.
No Spanish Today – Lori on a field trip.  HS Spanish students should drop off final assignment on Lori’s desk.
Anatomy students will take the final on Tuesday. We will have to extend the class 1 day into the next quarter.
To All Arcadia Students: 
Don’t forget: you’re all invited to come sing in the AforM Community Choir, rehearsing Tuesday, Jan. 9 and Thursday, Jan. 11 at 7:00. Performance Friday, Jan. 12 at 7:00 Ages middle school through adult. Levels beginner to professional. It’s a great evening. Come join us.
Are you concerned about college readiness for your student?  Are you curious as to how the project process challenges your student?  If you are interested in discussing challenging and rigorous curriculum for your students please join us on Jan 17th at 6:30 for a conversation with Staff on how Arcadia addresses standards, individualized learning, and preparing students for their futures.

Arcadia is hosting an Omelet Breakfast with the Northfield Eagles Club on Sunday, January 21, 2018, from 8:30am to 12:30pm.  100% of all money raised will be used to support May term activities and scholarships at Arcadia.  Please support your child in selling these tickets to friends and family over the holidays.  Because the tickets are ‘pre-sold’, 100% of the proceeds from tickets not used, will come back to the school.  Those who cannot attend this event may wish to buy a ticket just to support Arcadia’s May Term.

The advisory selling the most tickets by the January 12 deadline, will be treated to an as yet unspecified party in late January.  Let’s take advantage of this great fund-raising opportunity!  Thanks for your help!!

Do you like documentary films that address challenging social problems? Do you want to earn some civics credit?
The International Film Forum at Carleton College will be screening 10 films between January 8th and February 26th, all with the common theme of “Ecological and Civilizatory Crisis: Envisioning a Sustainable Future and an Equitable and Fair World”. These films address a variety of topics, from cars to seeds to clothes dryers, all addressing the complex problems around environmental sustainability and human society.
Films will screen weekly every Monday at the Weitz Cinema at Carleton College at 7pm for the next 9 weeks. If students attend at least 5 of these screenings and write a brief reflection paper, they can earn civics credit! Please see Matt for details and a brochure about this exciting community program.


Monday, January 15 – No School – Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Tuesday, January 16 – Arcadia School Board Meeting 6:30 pm

Wednesday, January 17 – Community Conversation: “Challenge and Rigor at Arcadia” 6:30 pm

Sunday, January 21 – Omelet Breakfast – 8:30 am – 12:30 pm, at the Northfield Eagles Club

Friday, January 26 – No School – Teacher Prep Day

Friday, February 2 – HS and MS Field Trip – The Wiz – Children’s Theater

Tuesday, February 13 – School Board Meeting

Thursday, February 15 – 2 Hour Early Release and Conferences

Friday, February 16 – 2 Hour Early Release and Conferences

Monday, February 19 – No School – Staff Work Day

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