2/2/15

Hello,

T he PTA Reading Night is Tuesday, February 3rd, at 6:30. I look forward to seeing you and all the presentation. The students that participating have done a beautiful job.

The Father/Daughter Dance will be Tuesday, February 10th. Fathers and daughters please plan to attend.

This week we will continue to work on digraphs, concept of word, high frequency words, word families, respond to  questions, and use phonetically spelled words to tell about a picture. The students will also identify and name patterns and as well as understand that shadows occur when light is blocked by an object.

 

Thank you,

C. Boone

 

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TWS ROAD UNDER CONSTRUCTION!!!!!! TAKE THE BYPASS!!!!

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There is construction on Turlington Woods Road from Jackson Road to the flashing signs at Route 13 Bypass. From Route 58, turn left onto Washington, then right onto Kilby Shores, right onto Turlington, and then LEFT ON TO THE BYPASS.   Please use the bypass which will  take you to the end and make a right which puts you on Carolina Road.  Make a right at the end of the bypass (Carolina Road) and make the next left at the light – Turlington Woods Road.  (It is at the same corner of Southside Baptist Church.)

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Weekly Info. & HW 2-2-15

Upcoming Events:

 

*Our February P.T.A./Reading Fair/Reading Night will take place on Tuesday, February 3rd at 6:30 p.m.

*There will be a Father/Daughter Valentine’s Dance in the gym on Tuesday, February 10th from 6:30 p.m. -8:00 p.m.

* Parent-Teacher Conference Day will take place on Friday, February 13th from 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

*School will be closed for the President’s Day Holiday on Monday, February 16th.

*Student Recognition Assemblies for the second nine weeks grading period will take place on Tuesday, February 17th. The assembly for grades K-2 will be at 9:45 a.m. and the assembly for grades 3-5 will be at 10:45 a.m.

HOMEWORK:

Monday: Spelling Activity, Reading HW Book pages 301-303, Math-page 127, Read “Going to the I’m Adopted” and answer Monday’s questions.

Tuesday: PTA- Family Reading Night at 6:30pm

Wednesday:  Spelling Activity, Reading HW Book pages 305-307, Math page 128, Re-Read “I’m Adopted” and answer Tuesday & Wednesday’s questions.

Thursday: Spelling Activity, Re- Read “I’m Adopted” and answer Thursday’s questions. Math page 129, STUDY FOR SPELLING TEST

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

Spelling Words

goat  hold         show  most  bowl  float  toast  ago  open  told  toad  slow

Reading Writing Math Science Social studies
  • 2.10b Using Pictures, Charts and Graphs
 2.12 Explanatory
  • 6 Addition with Regrouping
 2.5b Habitats  2.3 Communities Change

 

 

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Celebrating Excellence!

Next Wednesday, February 4th is National signing day for College football.  I am proud to announce that we have 2 Bulldog seniors who will be signing their National Letters of Intent on that day.  Kane Miskel is signing with ODU (D1); and Camryn Little will be signing with UVA Wise(D2).  Both will be receiving football scholarships.  Congratulations Gentlemen!

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Homework Feb 2-6

HW feb 2-6

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Daily Announcements 1/30/15

Wellness Tip of the Day – Prioritize At the end of each day, set your priorities for the following day.  Be careful about what you can achieve in the time you have available.

  • Attention ALL Athletes!!! - The next FCA meeting will be held this upcoming Monday immediately following school in the Auditorium.  We will have a guest speaker.  So come on out!  See Chris Henderson for more details.
  • Boys and Girls Tennis-   Tennis conditioning is on Tuesdays and Fridays from 5:30-7:00 and it is held at John Yeates Middle School.  
  • CTE – Attentions all Sophomores and Juniors: Do you want to meet & interact with professionals in Non-Traditional occupations?  Then see your English or CTE teacher to attend the Non-Traditional Extravaganza on February 19th.  This field trip is open to the first 100 Juniors and Sophomores. So get your form today!
  • National Honor Society-  is calling on you!! The club is collecting toiletries through the rest of the month.  Soap, toothpaste, deodorant and other hygiene items are in huge demand at the Geniveve Shelter in downtown Suffolk.   Bring items in on Thursdays or to Ms. Murray’s room when class is NOT in session.  Thank you in advance.
  • YEARBOOK - The deadline to have your yearbook personalized is quickly approaching. To order your personalized yearbook, with your name and emblem, go to www.jostens.com or follow the link on our schools’ website.  DEADLINE is FEB 1st!
  • FCCLAwill be meeting every Tuesday and Thursday in room 117, from now until conference time.  Please plan to attend every meeting to get ready for competitions.  You will need to arrange for a ride home.
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Valentines Day is approaching….

flars-1VOICE Club is selling 1.00 carnations during all lunch shifts starting Monday, February 2nd.

All proceeds will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project of Hampton Roads.

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Saturday program “Funding a College Education” FREE & Open to all—21 Feb 2015

Chesapeake School Board Member Mr. Samuel L. Boone and the Virginia Tidewater Consortium’s Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) will conduct a college financial aid program, “Funding a College Education,” at the Indian River Library. The program is scheduled as follows: DATE: Saturday 21 February 2015; START TIME: 2:00 p.m.; LOCATION: Indian River Library, 2320 Old Greenbrier Rd, Chesapeake, VA 23325; Areas Covered: -FAFSA, plus financial aid applications, procedures, & processing -Federal aid (grants, loans, work study, etc) -State aid programs -Scholarship 101—survive the scholarship search and application process -Other various areas/items of concern, and a Question and Answer session This 2 hour program includes information that will assist rising high school JUNIORS & SENIORS, parents of all high school students, adult learners opting to return to college later in life, plus all others who may be facing the rising expenses of college in the very near future. High school students are encouraged to attend with their parents. This program is FREE and open to everyone!! One-on-one appointments can be scheduled with an EOC counselor following the presentation. Please take a minute to forward this email and post the attached flyer so the word gets to those who desire to attend and to those who “really need to attend” >>Reserve your seat(s) now<<  Please call or email in advance Email: vtcreply@aol.com Phone: 757-683-2312

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Saturday program “Funding a College Education” FREE & Open to all—21 Feb 2015

Chesapeake School Board Member Mr. Samuel L. Boone and the Virginia Tidewater Consortium’s Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) will conduct a college financial aid program, “Funding a College Education,” at the Indian River Library. The program is scheduled as follows: DATE: Saturday 21 February 2015; START TIME: 2:00 p.m.; LOCATION: Indian River Library, 2320 Old Greenbrier Rd, Chesapeake, VA 23325; Areas Covered: -FAFSA, plus financial aid applications, procedures, & processing -Federal aid (grants, loans, work study, etc) -State aid programs -Scholarship 101—survive the scholarship search and application process -Other various areas/items of concern, and a Question and Answer session This 2 hour program includes information that will assist rising high school JUNIORS & SENIORS, parents of all high school students, adult learners opting to return to college later in life, plus all others who may be facing the rising expenses of college in the very near future. High school students are encouraged to attend with their parents. This program is FREE and open to everyone!! One-on-one appointments can be scheduled with an EOC counselor following the presentation. Please take a minute to forward this email and post the attached flyer so the word gets to those who desire to attend and to those who “really need to attend” >>Reserve your seat(s) now<<  Please call or email in advance Email: vtcreply@aol.com Phone: 757-683-2312

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Service Academy / ROTC Information Day-Saturday, 14 February 2015

This popular event is open to all who hope to attend a Service Academy or ROTC program.  There will be representatives present from the U.S. Naval Academy, U.S. Military Academy, U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, Virginia Military Institute, The Citadel, and Hampton Roads Navy, Army, and Air Force ROTC units.   Date: Saturday, 14 February 2015; Time: 1000-1300 ; Location:  Norview High School in Norfolk, VA ; Who:  Students in grades 8-11, parents, high school Guidance Counselors, and eligible active duty or reserve military personnel. Anyone interested in participating or seeking additional information should contact Regional Blue & Gold Officer (BGO) Coordinator Dave Lannetti ’81 at dlannetti81@gmail.com or Bill Daniels ’77 at william.daniels1@cox.net.

 

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Service Academy / ROTC Information Day-Saturday, 14 February 2015

This popular event is open to all who hope to attend a Service Academy or ROTC program.  There will be representatives present from the U.S. Naval Academy, U.S. Military Academy, U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, Virginia Military Institute, The Citadel, and Hampton Roads Navy, Army, and Air Force ROTC units.   Date: Saturday, 14 February 2015; Time: 1000-1300 ; Location:  Norview High School in Norfolk, VA ; Who:  Students in grades 8-11, parents, high school Guidance Counselors, and eligible active duty or reserve military personnel. Anyone interested in participating or seeking additional information should contact Regional Blue & Gold Officer (BGO) Coordinator Dave Lannetti ’81 at dlannetti81@gmail.com or Bill Daniels ’77 at william.daniels1@cox.net.

 

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Friday, January 30

Have A Great Weekend!

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Homework & Information Thurs 1/29

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).

2nd block – Remind code: @stoneblk2  HW: s8.2 ws with p210 #1,2,5 on the back and Mitosis ws. Cell Cycle Quiz on Wed 2/4.

4th block – Remind code: @stoneblk4  If needed, finish the p253 vocabulary definitions. HW: Watch the Crash Course video titled Heredity and take notes. Do your own work.

7th block – Remind code: @stoneblk7  If needed, finish the p253 vocab. HW due Mon 2/2: Watch the Crash Course video titled Heredity and take notes. Do your own work.

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Homework 1/29/15

Math: Review Sheet

Science: 4.7 Planets worksheet

Study planets notes

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CHECK IT OUT!

2015 Financial Aid Form 2015 Print 4 5 Application 2015 Summer Student Flyer – Explore Discover Create

IF YOU WANT YOUR KIDS TO HAVE A HAPPY SUMMER, CLICK ON THE LINKS ABOVE!

Happy Summer

 

 

 

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Daily Announcements 1/29/15

Wellness Tip of the Day – Late Night Craving? Go for something light and easy to digest, like a half a plain Greek yogurt with berries or hot chocolate made with almond milk and dark chocolate at least an hour before bed.

  • VOICE club – meeting on today, January 29th in Mrs. Lynn’s room after school.  Please bring poster board.  Also, please bring money for t_shirts.  Thank you
  • Girls and Boys JV Basketball- P Language Class-   Games today home vs. Churchland.  The girls play at 6:00 followed by JV Boys at 7:30.  Our boys basketball teams host Denbigh tomorrow night with game times 5:45 and 7:30.
  • Anime Club-  meeting today Thursday, 1/ 29 in Room 103. Please bring your cards and handhelds.
  • Boys and Girls Tennis-   Tennis conditioning is on Tuesdays and Fridays from 5:30-7:00 and it is held at John Yeates Middle School.  
  • Prom-  There will be a Prom Committee Meeting today after school on Thursday 1/29 in Room 228.  You must have your own transportation home.
  • CTE - Attentions all Sophomores and Juniors: Do you want to meet & interact with professionals in Non-Traditional occupations?  Then see your English or CTE teacher to attend the Non-Traditional Extravaganza on February 19th.  This field trip is open to the first 100 Juniors and Sophomores. So get your form today!
  • National Honor Societyis calling on you!! The club is collecting toiletries through the rest of the month.  Soap, toothpaste, deodorant and other hygiene items are in huge demand at the Geniveve Shelter in downtown Suffolk.   Bring items in on Thursdays or to Ms. Murray’s room when class is NOT in session.  Thank you in advance.
  • YEARBOOK - The deadline to have your yearbook personalized is quickly approaching. To order your personalized yearbook, with your name and emblem, go to www.jostens.com or follow the link on our schools’ website.  DEADLINE is FEB 1st!
  • FCCLAwill be meeting every Tuesday and Thursday in room 117, from now until conference time.  Please plan to attend every meeting to get ready for competitions.  You will need to arrange for a ride home.
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January 28/29

  1. Homework is due – Dramatic Terms
  2. Shakespearean Dialogue Notes
    1. Copy the seventeen Elizabethan words and definitions from page 1192 into your notes. Add the following words:
      1. saucy – disrespectful
      2. ague – fever
      3. sad – serious
  1. Shakespearean Dialogue – (CW)
  2. Class work: Write a dialogue between two or more characters in which you use the twenty words above. Underline the key words. The dialogue must be at least one-page long.

Example:

Jonas. An you are going to the kitchen, bring me a drink.

Jasmine. Marry! Go for it yourself.

Jonas. Prithee, bring me a drink.

Jasmine. Tell me wherefore I should help you.

The key word should be underlined only the first time you use it. Use all twenty of the key terms. Use no more than one key word per line of dialogue.

  1. Julius Caesar Act I – Read the Background information on page 1199. Then quietly read Act I.
  2. Homework – Answer questions 1 through 5 on page 1219. Do not copy the questions; answer them in complete sentences, using the key words of each question.
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UVA Summer Enrichment Program

The University of Virginia is hosting its annual Saturday and summer residential enrichment programs for gifted and high-achieving students.  The deadline for applying is February 15th.  Please see the link below for more information.

http://curry.virginia.edu/community-programs/student-enrichment/sep

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Thursday, January 29

Block 1 – Graded Bell Ringer Sheet and Geometric Formulas Quiz tomorrow

Block 2 – Graded Bell Ringer Sheet and Geometric Formulas Quiz tomorrow

Block 3 – Graded Bell Ringer Sheet and Geometric Formulas Quiz tomorrow

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Jan. 29, 2015

(INp.6) Complete the attached worksheet front and back.

Sol. 6.3B tomorrow

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