Partners in Education!

Turlington Woods School Partnership Mission

  • To motivate students towards higher academic achievement
  • To encourage, develop, and promote positive self-esteem and positive decision-making
  • To enhance the connection between home, school, and the community

Partnership Committee Members:  Glenda Jones, Liaison,
LaCrecia Riddick, Ramona Harrell, Ronnie Gay, and Corey Hamlin

 

The Women’s Club of Suffolk
Windsor, Virginia
757.647.8754

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T. E. Cooke – Overton Funeral Home, Inc.
Suffolk, Virginia
757.539.4861

www.cookovertonfuneralhome.com

 

 

Out of the Box Marketing and Design
Portsmouth, Virginia
757.392.4788 and Facebook

 

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Nov. 21, 2014

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p. 609 Lesson 7-6 #1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 18

Sol. 6.17A Monday

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Friday, November 21

Blocks 1 and 2 – Sequence Quiz (Tuesday, 11/25) SOL 6.17

Block 1 – Test (Word Problems, Sequences, and Exponents) Monday, 11/24 SOL 6.7,6.17,6.5

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Thursday, November 20

Block 1 – P426 #15-19 (INBp27) – Sequence Quiz Tuesday, 11/125

Block 2 – p432 #15-20 (INBp27) – Sequence Quiz Tuesday, 11/25

Block 3 – Test (6.7,6.17,6.5) – Monday, 11/24

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JA FINANCE PARK READ – HELP BE A VOLUNTEER!

http://www.suffolknewsherald.com/2014/11/18/finance-program-seeks-help/

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An organization that delivers lessons in schools to prepare students for economic success is seeking volunteers to help teach students in Suffolk.

Junior Achievement of Greater Hampton Roads is in need of 17 volunteers to deliver its Finance Park curriculum in Nansemond River, King’s Fork and Lakeland high schools, as well as in Turlington Woods School, said Aaron Arnold, education manager for Finance Park.

Volunteers lead three lessons, he said: budgeting, credit and finance education.

“During those sessions, we encourage volunteers to share their own experiences with personal finance,” while also answering questions, Arnold said.

“A lot of our volunteers do have a professional background in finance,” he said. “But we do currently have one volunteer in Suffolk who’s a youth pastor.”

The pastor talks to students about paying for his kids to go to college and the costs associated with starting his own church, Arnold said.

“It really is about sharing that experience with the kids and making it real for them,” he said.

Volunteers launch their lessons from an existing curriculum, Arnold said, adding it’s Finance Park’s second year in Suffolk schools.

“It’s our capstone program for financial literacy,” he said. “Essentially, we are trying to get all of the personal finance basics across to kids in one curriculum, and build up to a simulation at the end, which is a budgeting simulation.”

The simulation, he said, involves a game about such things as budgeting for a family, deciding what percentage of income can be spent on different things and dealing with credit.

“Really, it’s about decision-making in the face of financial circumstances,” Arnold said. “It empowers them to be prepared for adulthood, and the financial reality associated with it.”

Volunteers are needed in the Suffolk schools during December and January. The Community Action Coalition of Suffolk is working to help find the volunteers required.

“As a volunteer delivering the curriculum, you will share real-life experience while students become an adult for the day and immerse themselves in a reality-based decision-making process addressing aspects of individual family budgeting including housing, transportation, food, utilities, healthcare, investments, philanthropy and banking,” stated Bob Stephens, coalition co-founder and facilitator — and himself a volunteer.

The experience of volunteering is fulfilling, Stephens said, adding that commitments can be divided between pairs and trios to accommodate busy schedules.

Anyone interested can contact Aaron Arnold at 455-9501 or aaron.arnold@ja.org.

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CHRISTMAS FOOD DRIVE

Turlington Woods is collecting canned goods for those in need.  There are boxes in Mrs. Almonds and Mrs. Harrell’s room.  Please donate!  Maybe your teacher will give you some extra credit!

 

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More New Books from the Fall Book Fair

Processing of the new books continues.  Here is the lasts list of titles added to the Forest Glen Library collection:

Revealed by Margaret Peterson Haddix   Book 7 in The Missing series

Dead in the Water by Chris Lynch  Book Two in the World War II series

Walking Wounded by Chris Lynch  Book Five in the Vietnam series

The Long Haul by Jeff Kinney  Book 9 in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series

The Dirt Diary by Anna Staniszewski

If You’re Reading This by Trent Reedy

Memory Maze by Gordon Korman  Book Two in The Hypnotists series

Fly Guy’s Amazing Tricks by Tedd Arnold

On This Long Journey: The Journal of Jesse Smoke- A Cherokee Boy, The Trail of Tears, 1838 by Joseph Bruchac

Blazing West: The Journal of Augustus Pelletier-The Lewis & Clark Expedition, 1804 by Kathryn Lasky

Until the Last Spike: The Journal of Sean Sullivan: A Transcontinental Railroad Worker Nebraska & Points West, 1867 by William Durbin

Staking a Claim: The Journal of Wong Ming-Chung: A Chinese Miner, California, 1852 by Laurence Yep

Black Out by Robison Wells

The Fallout by S.A. Bodeen  Book Two in the Compound series

Can’t Look Away by Donna Cooner

Check this BLOG regularly for more titles added to the Forest Glen collection and ready for checkout.

 

 

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PLTW Applications Now Available

PLTW_Logo_Vertical_187-295Project Lead the Way applications are now available. They are due in the guidance office by January 9, 2015. Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted.

Interested students may download the application packet here.

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SCA Hosts Food Drive

SCA will be hosting a Union Mission food drive the week of December 1st-December 5th.  Students may bring non-perishable food items to the library media center to help the needy.  Students that do bring in food items will be entered in a daily raffle of fun prizes!

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School Spirit Day Every Friday!

NPES will have school spirit day every Friday.  Wear your green and gold or your NPES spirit gear to show your pride in your school!

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Top Notch

Chick - Fil - AMrs. Sing’s 1st Grade Class donated the most money for the United Way and won a special Chick – Fil – A lunch!!

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Project Lead the Way Applications now available!

PLTW_Logo_Vertical_187-295Project Lead the Way, (PLTW) – Pathway to Engineering. is a program of five challenging courses in grades 9-12 that use project-based, hands-on experience to teach students the key elements and skills of engineering and technology-based careers by immersing them in rigorous engineering problems. The goal of PLTW is to increase the number and diversity of engineering graduates by allowing them to experience pre-engineering curriculum and concepts while in high school.  Interested students/parents can read more details and the student requirements in the application packet.

Students who are interested in applying for the Project Lead the Way may now do so by downloading and completing the application packet:

Click here to open and save the Word Document Version

Click here to open and save it as a PDF

Important Dates:

January 7, 2015:  Teacher Recommendation Forms due to Guidance Counselor

January 9, 2015:  Application Form, Application Essay, Admissions Agreement, and Parent Recommendation Form due to Guidance Counselor

For additional information contact Mrs. Gail V. Bess, Coordinator of Career and Technical Education & Adult Education at gailbess@spsk12.net or by telephone at 925-6759.

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Bring in a Canned Good

canned goods 3Kilby Shores Elementary is collecting canned goods through Monday, December 1st to help the Salvation Army feed families in our area.

Bring in any canned good or non-perishable item to the classroom or they may also be dropped off in the main office.

Thank you for helping local families .

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Family Reading Night

Click on image below for more information.Reading Night

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11/21

8.2 Puzzle Time, #1-6   Show the steps in your spiral notebook.

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There’s still time…

Bk Fair ExtThe Scholastic book fair has been extended through Tuesday, Nov.25. The book fair opens at 8:50 and closes at 3:30 pm.  Get in your last minute holiday shopping at the book fair!

Volunteers are definitely needed too. Please contact lisaoleary@spsk12.net to help our Kilby Shores students.

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Info Night Dec. 10 – International Baccalaureate

Parent/Student Information Session

  • WHO:  Current 8th-graders and their parents from FGMS, JFKMS, JYMS, and KFMS
  • Wednesday, December 10, 2014 at 6 p.m.
  • King’s Fork High School Auditorium

The IB program is available to all eligible students enrolled in Suffolk Public Schools, regardless of their zoned high school.  Transportation is provided to students throughout the city.

Link here for Info Session flyer.

Learn more: http://blogs.spsk12.net/internationalbaccalaureate/  and also at the national site: www.ibo.org

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Homework 11/20/14

Math:

-review sheet

-memorize weight and mass conversions

 

Science:

-Study

-4.4 plants quiz tomorrow

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Homework & Information Thurs 11/20

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: Watch the Crash Course video titled ATP & Respiration https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00jbG_cfGuQ&index=7&list=PL3EED4C1D684D3ADF Define new vocabulary terms that are discussed. Cell Poster project due Mon 11/24 (next class). Ch 9 Test on Tues 12/2.

5th block – Remind code: @stoneblk5  Cell Poster project due Mon 11/24. Book report – first three quotes & reflections due Mon 11/24; complete book report due Thurs 12/18.

7th block – Remind code: @stoneblk7  If needed, complete 6 of 8 questions on the Reteaching Skills #15 ws. Cell Poster project due Mon 11/24.

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Shop till you drop at the “Elf Shelf Holiday Shop!” Open from Dec. 6th to Dec. 12th at FBES

The FBES PTA is proud to present the Elf Shelf Holiday Shop!  The shop will be open from Saturday, December 6th to Friday, December 12th.  The Elf Shelf will give your child the opportunity to shop for friends and family members in the secure atmosphere of our school. All of the gifts are “kid priced” with most being in the $1.00 to $5.00 range.  Many items are priced at $1.00 or less. On Wednesday, Dec. 4th and Thursday, Dec. 5th  the students will have the opportunity to preview the items for sale in the shop.  They will receive a “gift guide envelope” where they can list the amount that they will be allowed to spend for each family member and/or friend. All items purchased in the store will be packaged in a bag with a gift tag ready for student to place under the tree.  Students will be allowed to shop on their scheduled day.  Parents will have the opportunity to purchase items during the “Breakfast with Santa” festivities and  each morning during the week of Dec. 7th – 12th  from 8:30 a.m. until 915 a.m..  The shop accepts CASH ONLY.

 

We are looking for volunteers!  If you are available to help, please click on the link below for the flyer, print it, fill in the form at the bottom and send it to school with your child.

Elfshelf 2014

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