December 12, 2017

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)

A Day in K/1 May Include…

Reading narrative “small moments” to a writing partner! Participating in Word Choice Time! Painting a spawning salmon! Reading to a parent volunteer!

Week 6 by Andrew Olson

During this week Mr. Leone’s students have been working on this huge Mesopotamia simulation where there has been battles and learning ancient mesopotamian symbols and de coding them.  We also have done a lot of vocab. words such as stoic… [Read More…]

Weekly Blogcito, It’s Written Every Week, Bro! (by Joe Fundak)

Every week one student in our class gets to sit out the super quiz and write the weekly update.  This week’s update was done by 8th grader Joe Fundak.  Thanks, Joe! This week in Mr. Houck’s class we started our… [Read More…]

Adventures in Math

Constructing, designing, and measuring oh my! Students have been exploring numbers these past several weeks. We’re building our number sense through flash cards and fact practice. We’ve been skip-counting by 2’s, 5’s and 10’s to 50 or 100, forward and… [Read More…]

Naturalists Inside and Outside the Classroom

We are naturalists! Our Artist in Residence, Diane Jacobs, teaches students how to mix colors as they water color their salamanders, snakes and turtles. Students visited Wildwood Recreation Site this week, hunting salmon and wildlife. We saw salmon fry, a… [Read More…]

Week 5 By Annie flannagan

This week we have started our Mesopotamia simulation!   There are five groups consisting of the, Persians, Babylonians, Medes, Hittites, and my group the Phoenecians.  Each team has five to six members, and they will all complete challenges, conquer land, gather… [Read More…]

The Hittites in the Persian Ziggurat of Your Week: It’s Andrew’s Blog!

Every week one student in our class gets to sit out the super quiz and write the weekly update.  This week’s update was done by 8th grader Andrew Gorecki.  Thanks, Andrew! Hello, my name is Andrew. On Monday every one… [Read More…]

Stones, Bones, Nomads are Alones – by Jessica Green

Mesopotamia, The Stone Age, and funny stories. We had an eventful week! Due dates were:  Story #3-Due Thursday 9/28 Map Your Way to School– Due Thursday 9/28. We started off this week with a little learning about the stone age…. [Read More…]

First Days

Our class is settling into the year, getting to know one another, and learning routines. We’ve been exploring our classroom, our school, and our outdoor classroom. We’ve started classroom meetings, to help each other brainstorm problem-solving. We’ve been building our… [Read More…]

Week 3 by Kz

Welcome people of Corbett children, along with whom ever else! Our class continues to consume knowledge and spit it back at the world by telling stories! This week some students shared stories about serious events that happened in there lives… [Read More…]