January 20, 2018

Archives for September 2016

Dancing Cell Reproduction, Research, and more

What a great week. During morning meeting today, everyone in my class performed dances they choreographed to illustrate the stages of mitosis in front of the entire school. This will count as a performance for their CAPStone expectations if they… [Read More…]

superquiz #4

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Volunteers and Chaperones

volunteer-background-check-application-1 Confidentiality Statement Volunteers AND Chaperones MUST complete these 1 week prior to field trip or volunteering.

Seniors and Parents of Seniors – FAFSA Available October 1st

The FAFSA, or Free Application for Federal Student Aid, is the primary form that the federal government, states and colleges use to award grants, scholarships, work study and student loans. Grants and scholarships are free, but you have to earn… [Read More…]

Interpreting Characters

Dear Families, We’ve been working hard in class to strengthen our understanding of character traits, both in our reading and in our writing. Units in both of these components of literacy focus on character development. In writing, students are working… [Read More…]

Research Links

Competitive Sports Links

Research Links

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Practice Charts Due Oct 3rd for Advanced Students

CAPS Advanced Strings caps-advanced-oct-3rd-2016   Middle School Advanced Strings ms-advanced-oct-3rd-2016  

Practice Charts Due week of Oct 3rd for Beginners

CAPS Beginners Practice Chart capsbeginnerspracticechartoct32016   Middle School Beginners Practice Chart middleschoolbeginnerspracticechartoct32016

First Weeks of School

I am thoroughly enjoying our K-1 Class! They are full of life and adventure, and are curious about the world around them. Unsurprisingly, PE is a favorite time of our day. The Parachute is a HIT! Ellen works on a… [Read More…]