April 20th – April 24th

Tuesday 4/21

Classwork:

  • The Rise of Nation States: England/France
  • Magna Carta Activity
  • Battle of Hastings Tapestry Activity

Homework:

Thursday 4/23

  • The Rise of Nation States: Russia and Spain

Homework:

  • Study for Nation States Quiz
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April 20th – April 24th

Monday 4/20

Classwork:

  • sociocultural review quiz
  • Begin paper 2 review

Homework:

  • Work on paper 2 review

Wednesday 4/22

Classwork:

  • Socratic Seminar Paper 2 Options

Homework:

  • Study for paper 2

Friday 4/24

Classwork:

  • Paper 2 discussion groups

Homework:

  • Study for Paper 2 test Tuesday
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April 20th – April 24th

Monday 4/20

Classwork:

  • Etiology of Bulimia
  • Barbie and Bulimia reading
  • Self-Control Study
  • Analyzing the Etiologies

Homework:

  • Bulimia Guided Reading

Wednesday 4/22

Classwork:

  • Cultural differences in Bulimia
  • Gender differences in Bulimia

Homework:

  • Study for Etiologies of Psychological Disorders Test

Friday 4/24

Classwork:

  • Etiologies Test
  • Different Treatment Options

Homework:

  • Treatment Options Guided Reading
  • Work on projects
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Geometry Videos for the Week of April 21st thru April 24th

Solid Prisms

Cones

Cylinders

 

 

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Geometry and Geometry Honors Work for 4/23 and 4/24

1. Notes on Cones and Cylinders

2. +4pt Extra Credit Problem on Cylinder Height

3. Exit Slip: Cones and Cylinders (+9pts)

4. Worksheet “Cones and Cylinders”

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Geometry and Geometry Honors Work for 4/21 and 4/22

Start of the 4th Quarter; Show 3rd Quarter Grades sometime this week

1. Notes on Solid Prims

2. Exit Slip: Volume of Prisms (+7pts)

3. Worksheet “Prisms”

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Winters Words for the Week!!!

“We need to learn what we need to learn, know what we need to know, and do what we need to do.”  ?Thomas S. Monson

This quote speaks volumes. Our time together is quickly coming to a close. We have been taking benchmark tests, and in class assessments. The State SOL Tests are around the corner. We are focusing on preparing to take these end of year assessments. We have two weeks before our first State SOL Test. I am confident the students will be ready to put their best foot forward. I have shared the dates of the tests with you in my newsletter. Please review each subject heading on my blog. (there is key information under each subject heading) It is imperative the students stay focused and ready to begin working each and every day. We will be reviewing and continuing to work each day up until the end of school. Please add the key dates below to your calendar. As always if you need to talk to me please don’t hesitate to call, e-mail, send in a note,or drop by. Take care and have a great week!!

 

A. Winters

 

Key Dates: 

Monday, April 20, 2015  – End-of-Third Nine Weeks

Tuesday, April 21, 2015 – P.T.A Night   –    Math and Science Extravaganza  at 6:00 p.m. 

Friday, April 24, 2015 – School Spirit Day   *wear your school colors

Friday, May 1, 2015 – Report Cards will be issued (we will not have an assembly program  for the Third Nine Weeks due to time constraints

Tuesday, May 5, 2015 – N.P.E.S   Spring Musical  at Kings Fork High School at 6:30 p.m.

Friday, May 8, 2015 – N.P.E.S Field Day,  9:45  a.m. – 3:45 p.m. 

Friday, May 15, 2015 – Fourth Nine Weeks Interim Reports will be issued

Thursday,  June 11, 2015 End of Year Student Recognition Assembly @2:10 p.m. 

Friday, June 12, 2015 – Last Day of School (full school day)  Final Report Cards  will be issued 

 

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Awards Assemblies

Let’s Celebrate!!

3rd nine weeks awards presentations in the classrooms

May 5, 2015

3rd -5th  10:15-10:30

K-2nd  10:40-10:55

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4/20/15

Hello,

NPES is raising money for the March of Dimes. Please refer to the flyer sent home on Friday, April 17th, and also the flyer that was e-mailed. Your donations will be greatly appreciated.

The Book Fair is here!. Students will be able to purchase books until Friday, April 20th.

NPES is also having a  Fund-raiser. Please  participate. This will be very beneficial to our classroom rooms.

The Math/Science Extravaganza is Tuesday, April 21th. Please plan to attend.

Homework assignments are place in homework notebooks weekly. Students should complete at least three out of the nine activities. Homework is due on Friday.

This week we will continue to work with  welded sounds, concept of word, high frequency words, writing phonetically, subtraction, and recycling.

The students will be involved in Map Testing on Tuesday, April 21th. It is important that they are focus and doing their best.

 

Thank you,

C. Boone

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April 20: Letter Ee Week!

What we are learning

This week we will continue with the theme “Growing and Changing.” The letter this week is Ee.   I have reminded the students how tricky the vowel sounds are as the “e” sound is similar to “i” and “a” sounds.  We will discuss how we can care for the Earth for Earth Day on Wednesday. We will discuss recycling and sort recyclable objects on Tuesday.

Also, we will study the lifecycle of a butterfly and describe the phases.

The children have really enjoyed seeing each other as babies. Thanks for the pictures!

Please continue to review all of the letters and letter sounds we have learned so far (Ss,Tt,Pp,Oo,Yy,Bb,Uu,Ff,Xx,Ww,Zz,Mm,Aa,Rr,Cc,Qq,Vv,Jj,Hh,Ii,Gg).

Reminders

  • Send in an empty recyclable item (newspaper, plastic, aluminum, etc) by Tuesday.
  • Please send a plastic water/soda bottle as we will be making a maraca out of it.
  • Please send in a baby picture of your student for display.

Home Activities

Ee Egg – Draw an egg on drawing paper. Write Ee at the top of the paper and Egg at the bottom. Point out that egg begins with e. Look for Ees in the newspaper and magazine headlines with your child. Cut them out and help your child glue them on the egg. Also look for pictures that begin with the letter E or have your child draw the pictures.

Counting – Practice counting to at least 20 and counting up to 20 objects.

Numbers – Please discuss numbers and have your student identify numbers as much as possible.

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Homework & Information Fri 4/17

Sign up for Remind. Check it out on remind.com. Use this phone number: (757) 809-2118, and use the code for your class (see below).

1st block – Remind code: @stoneblk1  HW: Evolution & Classification Crossword. Also, finish any make-up work.

5th block – Remind code: @stoneblk5  If needed, finish p403 #2,4; p453 MiniLab; and Hardy-Weinberg problems. Vocab Quiz #1 (Ch 15, 17, and 2) next class. Vocab Quiz #2 (Ch 3, 4, and 5) on Thurs 4/23.

7th block – Remind code: @stoneblk7  HW: Evolution & Classification Crossword.

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Suffolk Art League Volunteer Opportunity

Suffolk Art League Volunteer Opportunity

SAL logoThe Suffolk Art League is in need of student volunteers to assist with Suffolk Art League events, classes and programs. All student volunteers will receive community service credit, and all “jobs” will be under adult supervision. The majority of their needs are at the Suffolk Art Gallery located at 118 Bosley Avenue, but they do have a few events (opening day at the Farmers Market and Peanut Fest) which will be on public property. Duties range from greeting guests at art exhibit receptions to assisting teachers with classes at the gallery.

Please see a guidance counselor for a listing of the Suffolk Art Leagues current volunteer needs as well as an application for their Youth Advisory Council.

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Suffolk Art League Volunteer Opportunity

SAL logoThe Suffolk Art League is in need of student volunteers to assist with Suffolk Art League events, classes and programs. All student volunteers will receive community service credit, and all “jobs” will be under adult supervision. The majority of their needs are at the Suffolk Art Gallery located at 118 Bosley Avenue, but they do …

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Suffolk Art League Volunteer Opportunity

SAL logoThe Suffolk Art League is in need of student volunteers to assist with Suffolk Art League events, classes and programs. All student volunteers will receive community service credit, and all “jobs” will be under adult supervision. The majority of their needs are at the Suffolk Art Gallery located at 118 Bosley Avenue, but they do have a few events (opening day at the Farmers Market and Peanut Fest) which will be on public property. Duties range from greeting guests at art exhibit receptions to assisting teachers with classes at the gallery.

Please see a guidance counselor for a listing of the Suffolk Art Leagues current volunteer needs as well as an application for their Youth Advisory Council.

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Weekly Info. & HW

Upcoming Events:

*Third nine weeks Report Cards will be issued on Friday, May 1st.

* Our Spring Musical will take place at King’s Fork High School on Tuesday, May 5th at 6:30 p.m.

*Field Day is scheduled to take place on Friday, May 8th.

MARCH OF DIMES WEEK- $5.00 4-20-15

Spelling Words

talk   chalk  because  auto  August taught  caught  thaw  draw   fault  walk   launch

 

HOMEWORK

Monday: Spelling Activity, Reading HW Book pages 433-434, Math page 229

Tuesday: Spelling Activity, Reading HW Book page 435 & 437, Math-page 230

Wednesday:  Spelling Activity, Reading HW Book page 438-439, Math-page 231

Thursday: Study for spelling test, Spelling Activity, Math-page 232

Friday:  Read for 20 minutes on Saturday and on Sunday.

reading Writing Math Science Social Studies
Adjectives, Homophones, Summarizing, Story Sequencing 2.12 Explanatory/ Informative 2.8,2.17,2.19 Graphing 2.8 Plant Products Economics
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Friday, April 17

Review Conversions between Metric and U S Customary System

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April 17, 2015

(INp.3) Complete the State Test Study Guide front and back. I just posted the 3rd benchmark test.

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April 17, 2015

Don’t forget to bring in your new one subject spiral notebook on Monday.

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Kindergarten Registration- May 13

KINDERGARTEN Registration for 2014-15 …  Link here for 2015-16 informational brochure on Kindergarten.

Spring Registration Dates:

  • Wednesday, May 13, 2015 – 8 a.m.-5 p.m. at the school your child will attend

Call secretary Keesha Hicks at 925-6759 for more information.

 

Enrollment Process

Students entering Kindergarten must have reached their fifth birthday on or before September 30th of the year in which they enroll.

Students must register at the school to which they are zoned before beginning classes. School attendance zones can be found using the “School Messenger” tab to the right.  A specific street number and street address must be used after you link to the SCHOOL ZONE LOCATOR. 

At the time of registration, the parent or legal guardian (proof of guardianship required) must submit two (2) proofs of residency in the City of Suffolk.  Post office boxes and drivers’ licenses are not considered proofs of residency.  Acceptable proofs of residency include, but are not limited to:

  • Utility company statement,
  • Rental lease, rental agreement, deed or mortgage contract,
  • City of Suffolk receipt for paid personal property taxes

To enroll a child in a public school division in Virginia, state law required the parent/guardian provide certain information to the school division:

    • Birth Certificate, original certificate of birth or certified copy
    • School Entrance Physical and Immunization Certificate completed by a physician. This form may be obtained from any Suffolk public school, the Suffolk City Health Department, family practice medical office, or military medical clinic
    • Immunization Record
    • Expulsion Statement, if applicable

 

Immunizations Required by Virginia Law

  • 4 DTP or DTaP – at least one dose after 4th birthday
  • 4 Polio – at least one dose after 4th birthday
  • 2 Measles – 1st dose on/after 12 months of age; 2nd dose prior to entering kindergarten
  • 2 Mumps – 1st on/after 12 months of age; 2nd dose prior to entering kindergarten
  • 1 Rubella – on/after 12 months of age
  • Note: Measles, Mumps, Rubella requirements are also met with 2 MMR – 1st dose on/after 12 months of age; 2nd dose prior to entering kindergarten
  • 3 Hep B – (2 doses if Merck adult formulation given between 11 – 15 years of age)
  • 2 Varicella – to susceptible children born on/after January 1, 1997; 1st dose on/after 12 months of age; 2nd dose prior to entering kindergarten

 

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Help the JYMS TSA Team!

John Yeates Middle School’s Technology Student Association (TSA) has six students competing in thirteen events at the 2015 National Technology Student Association Competition and Conference. The mission of the Technology Student Association is to prepare students for the challenges of a dynamic world by promoting technological literacy, leadership, and problem solving, resulting in personal growth and opportunities. Students will compete in categories such as Digital Photography, Electrical Applications, and Promotional Design just to name a few events.

The competition and conference will be held at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center, Grapevine, Texas (Dallas area). The competition and conference begins June 28, 2015 and ends July 2, 2015. This will be John Yeates Middle School’s ninth national competition and conference. Students need financial support to help with meals, registration, airfare, and hotel costs. We are asking for donations or contributions to help fund this Technology Student Association national event.

Click here to donate!

The JYMS TSA Team thanks you for your support!

 

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