May 29, 2016

Teacher Pages

In addition to direct contact with teachers, CSD is pleased to provide more granular access to specific notes from teacher classrooms. Use the navigation bar on the left to locate and select your teacher’s class notes page, which may feature static messages and documents followed by a stream of updates and posts from your instructor. To learn more about how the website is organized and structured, visit the FAQ page.

With this increased access to teacher updates published on the website comes a wide array of subscription options as well. Using the links provided on the Connect page, classroom families can easily define what information (news and/or teacher notes) they wish to receive, as well as how they receive this information; delivery options for each category of news and/or teacher notes includes email, text message (SMS), Twitter and RSS.

All Teacher Notes (District-Wide)

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Today we continued to work in groups on skits based on the major works that we’ve read this year. You can find the assignment here: Our Year in Review. Homework: Prepare for tomorrow’s skit. (See details above.) All late work for the… [Read More…]

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Today we started to work in groups on skits based on the major works that we’ve read this year. If you were absent, you can find the assignment here: Our Year in Review. We’ll fit absentees into groups tomorrow. Homework:… [Read More…]

Classroom Update by Cami Fouch

Corbett Middle School Crash Course Assignment By Cami Fouch   This year, the Corbett Middle School is doing a Crash Course! A crash course is where you choose a historical, modern, or scientific topic and do a 6-10 minute video… [Read More…]

Monday, May 23, 2016

All elements of the Indy Project were due today. In class, students briefly presented their book covers. If you were absent today, be prepared to present your book cover to the class some other day this week. Homework: No new… [Read More…]

Week 36 by Evan Kreps

This morning we worked on a packet called the “100 Things I Did This Year.” We circled three things in each category and listed them from 1-3 based on how much we liked them. Some of the categories were “witnessed,”… [Read More…]

Thursday, May 19, 2016

We had our last work day today for the Indy Projects which are due Monday. See all details on the project listed under homework below. Here are the tips that I provided in class yesterday for your final literary analysis based on… [Read More…]

Week 35 by Bernie Heuker

This week was pretty fun and interesting. We learned about what is going on with the earth and global warming. We also learned that there is a lot of different ways you can argue. This is interesting because we don’t… [Read More…]

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Today we peer edited and made comments on each other’s essays. If you submitted your rough draft to turnitin.com last night but were absent today, you can still participate in the peer review until 11:59 tonight. Just log in to… [Read More…]

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

We continued working on our projects again today. Here are the links from last week to resources for MLA formatting: Purdue OWL: MLA Formatting and Style Guide  MLA sample essay. Homework: A rough draft of your essay of literary analysis is… [Read More…]

Last Practice Chart of the Year

This is the last homework for the year!!!! I encourage all students to keep playing their instruments through the summer. There are many summer camps out there to help you keep you fingers moving! CAPS Beginners CAPSBeginnersPracticeChartMay24 CAPS Advanced CAPSAdvancedPracticeChartMAY23… [Read More…]