December 13, 2017

Archives for February 2012

Marbles and Broccoli Monsters

We’ve recently finished up a study of balance and motion. Our final investigative challenge was to build a marble track that would encircle our entire classroom. We were very close to being successful! We also enjoyed learning more about the… [Read More…]

Middle/High School Principal Chat March 1st

Greetings All! Mr. Pearson and Mrs. Luna will be hosting the monthly MS/HS principals chat on Thursday March 1st at 8am. We will meet in the MS/HS office. Please join us for coffee and a light snack to talk about… [Read More…]

School Closed February 29th

School will be closed today, February 29th, due to increased snow and freezing rain.

10,000 Page March Update

Just a few notes on the 10,000 Page March coming up. Official record sheets will be arriving home on March 1 (Thursday). As a class we will keep track of our progress daily. The pledges per page are for individual… [Read More…]

Trillium Room Feb. 24th

Wasn’t the music program spectacular?  The costumes, singing, acting, and standing-room-only crowd wowed all of us.  Thank you so much for the efforts you put into the costumes and for turning out in such great numbers to celebrate their musical… [Read More…]

Week of February 20th

This has been quite a busy week! Along with our usual reading, writing, and ‘rithmetic, we cut and pulled Himalayan blackberries for our ECO project, drew and painted mammals for the Columbia Gorge mural, and left Independence, Missouri, for the… [Read More…]

Busy Beavers

The Trillium Room “Red Dots” really experienced the life of a beaver today by trying to build our own lodges.  We found out that beavers are better at this than humans are.  Click on the title “Busy Beavers” to see… [Read More…]

Week 24 in Mr. Houck’s class, by Angel Hicks

Every week one student in our class gets to sit out the super quiz and write the weekly update on our class.  This week’s update was done by 7th grader Angel Hicks.  Thanks, Angel! This week in Mr. Houck’s class… [Read More…]

Sophomores to the Schnitz

“What if everybody read the same the same book?” That is the question posed by Multnomah County Library’s Everybody Reads community reading project. This year, sophomores are fortunate to be part of this exciting community literacy program and have been… [Read More…]

Register for Corbett Youth Sports!

If you have a child(ren) in the grade school and/or middle school who would like to participate in spring sports at Corbett through Corbett Youth Sports (CYS), please go to corbettboosters.org to check out details and register online.