October 31, 2014

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)

Week of October 27th

All eight clans of our local Chinook tribe gathered together this afternoon to celebrate, share stories, trade beads, and feast. It was a special time for us all. Thanks to everyone who provided food and invested their time and talents… [Read More...]

Mrs. Wold and Mrs. Shaw Oct. 30

  It was nice to back to our regular schedule this week.  Last week’s rolling primary class field trips meant we needed to change our day around.  Many kids don’t do too well with change, so it’s nice that everything feels… [Read More...]

Thursday, October 30, 2013

English (9th grade):  For Monday: Read Ch. 14 & 15 of To Kill a Mockingbird and write a journal entry (using the same format as your journal entries from Part 1).  Also, complete your final Mockingbird essay, typed and double spaced.   Include your… [Read More...]

The Milkweed Empire! by Emily Halen

This week, we finally finished our Empires game. Right now, the Babylonians are winning by nine civilization points.  The Hittites are in second, Medes in third, Phoenicians in fourth and Persians in last.  To review, we will do Mesopotamia jeopardy… [Read More...]

Wednesday, October 30, 2014

English (9th grade):  For tomorrow: Read Ch. 12 & 13 of To Kill a Mockingbird and write a journal entry (using the same format as your journal entries from Part 1).  For Monday:  Complete your final Mockingbird essay, typed and double… [Read More...]

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

English (9th grade):  Final Mockingbird essay, typed and double spaced, due Monday.   Include your peer edited rough draft and score sheet from in class today along with a detailed plot pyramid or outline of your narrative.  (See posts from… [Read More...]

Monday, October 27, 2014

English (9th grade):  Note due date changes that I made last Thursday:  For tomorrow, complete a full rough draft of your imaginative essay based on a scene from To Kill a Mockingbird.  Bring a hard copy of your rough draft to class…. [Read More...]

Mrs. Shaw and Mrs. Wold Oct. 24

  Of course, the highlight of our week was the field trip to Ridgefield Wildlife Preserve to see the authentically constructed Chinook plankhouse.  We also went on a nature walk with a naturalist who pointed out all kinds of things… [Read More...]

HONK! presented by Performing Arts Club

HONK! Corbett Performing Arts Club is excited to present HONK! For the past two months, Corbett students have been hard at work preparing to perform the musical version of the Ugly Duckling story. George Stiles and Anthony Drew’s award winning… [Read More...]

Week of October 20th

What a wonderful group we have in Room 9 this year! I was especially reminded of that as I circulated through the room today during our problem solving class. Groups were working quietly together and I heard kids saying things… [Read More...]