Hoops for Heart is Here!!! Are you ready for the Duck Race? Parent letters will be coming home soon. Want to get a head start?
NO HOMEWORK THIS WEEK
Chapter 8 and 9 HW due Tuesday for ODD
Wed – Even
Chapter 7 Vocabulary Quiz
Weathering erosion and deposition test
Thursday For ODD
Study guide for test under quarter 3 notes
Career Day-Friday March 6
ART GALA / PTA –March 10
Monday: Spelling Activity, Reading HW Book page 329, Math-page 188-190,
Tuesday: Spelling Activity, Reading HW Book page 334-336, Math-page 191-194
Wednesday: Measure 10 things around your house and record them in your HW notebook.
Thursday: Study for spelling test and complete My Favorite Books and Amazing Animals Sheet.
Friday: Read for 20 minutes on Saturday and on Sunday.
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|2.7b Prefixes and Suffixes||2.12 Explanatory/ Informative||2.11 Measurement||2.5 Habitats and Fossils||2.1 Ancient Egypt|
Congratulations to the following boys’ and girls’ basketball team members for their All-Conference 18 Honors! 1st Team All-Conference (Boys’) – Deonta Knight 2nd Team All-Conference (Boys’) – Kenya Latham 2nd Team All-Conference (Girls’) – Kayla Barnes Honorable Mention (Girls’) – Brianna Copeland
Congratulations to the following boys’ and girls’ basketball team members for their All-Conference 18 Honors!
1st Team All-Conference (Boys’) – Deonta Knight
2nd Team All-Conference (Boys’) – Kenya Latham
2nd Team All-Conference (Girls’) – Kayla Barnes
Honorable Mention (Girls’) – Brianna Copeland
Congratulations to the following members of the Indoor Track team who qualified for the 4A State track meet on Thursday, March 5 and Friday, March 6 at Liberty University: Kiera Rountree: 55m Dash and Triple Jump Ja’len Baker: 300m Dash Men’s 4 X 200m Relay (Alajuwun Langston, Ja’Juan Walker, Jordan Stokely, Ja’len Baker) Men’s 4 …
Congratulations to the following members of the Indoor Track team who qualified for the 4A State track meet on Thursday, March 5 and Friday, March 6 at Liberty University:
Kiera Rountree: 55m Dash and Triple Jump
Ja’len Baker: 300m Dash
Men’s 4 X 200m Relay (Alajuwun Langston, Ja’Juan Walker, Jordan Stokely, Ja’len Baker)
Men’s 4 X 400m Relay (Jordan Stokely, Rivon Williams, Ja’Juan Walker, Ja’len Baker)
Graded assignment (reflections & dilations) 3/3
Test (angle relationships & transformations) 3/6
Here’s hoping for a full week of school! Spelling words and reading story are the same as last week.
Please complete all homework in your homework notebook or math workbook. Do not tear any pages out. Thanks!
Changes Due to Feb. 17-20 Snow Days:
- Issuance of Interim/Progress Reports is changed to March 6, 2015 (instead of February 27, 2015).
- The end of the 3rd Nine-Weeks grading period (formerly March 31, 2015) is changed to Friday, April 3, 2015. There will be 44 days in the third grading period based on the new ending date.
- The school days missed on Tuesday, February 17 – Friday, February 20, 2015 will be “made up” as follows:
- Thursday, March 19 (formerly ½ day [early dismissal) for students] is changed to a full school day for students; the ½ day Professional Development for Teachers will not be rescheduled
- Friday, April 3 (formerly ½ day [early dismissal) for students] is changed to a full school day for students; the ½ day Clerical for Teachers will not be rescheduled
I hope everyone is doing well and staying warm with this crazy weather.
I am also hoping we can make it through a WHOLE week of school!!!
Here is what this week has in store for our class:
Monday is Read Across America Day/ Dr. Seuss’ Birthday so we will read a lot of Dr. Seuss books and the majority of the activities will revolve around a Dr. Seuss book.
Friday is Oreo Cookie Day so I will be bringing in Oreo Cookies for the class for snack.
I will be sending home a March newsletter; I am just waiting on dates.
It looks like March 12th will be the make-up day for the 2nd nine weeks awards assembly at 11:35.
In reading we will continue working with digraphs and short vowels. Our spelling words will be the same as last week as we did not have an opportunity to test on them along with the sight words. Show n Tell will also be the same as last week since we did not have the chance to share (something that starts with one of the digraphs: sh, wh, th, ch). There will not be any word sorts this week for homework as we continue to get caught up.
Math: We will continue working on telling time, addition, and subtraction. We will hopefully get through a whole week of guided math groups.
Science: We will learn about magnets!
Not much new as we did not get to a lot of things last week.
Have a wonderful week!
- Read pages 193-197 Answer questions 1,3,4,5
- Empires of India
- Source Analysis Packet
- Legacies of the Empires
- Legacy Reading
- Legacy Graphic Organizer
- Study for Hinduism Quiz: Monday 3/9
- Study for Compliance/Conformity Quiz
- Conformity Quiz (one 8-mark)
- Review for SLA Test
- Study for Socio-cultural level of Analysis Test
- Sociocultural Level of Analysis Test (one 8-mark and one 22-mark)
- Gender Identity Development (BLO)
- Differences between Sex and Gender
- David Reimer
- Hormones and Gender
- Review Resiliency and Gender – Quiz Friday
- Gender Identity Development (SLO) (CLO)
- Writing assignment
- Gender ID writing assignment
- Study for Gender Identity Quiz – one 22-mark
- Gender Identity Quiz (1 hour)
- What is adolescence
This week we will continue with fractions, review USI.7a-c, and begin learning about Westward Expansion in social studies. In science we will continue learning about ocean currents (with the Ducks in the Flow file we began last week. In reading we will finish our small group work from last week and get ourselves caught up from last week. Word on what/when we will be doing for our Reading Day and Black History Day will be forthcoming. Interims will come home Friday, March 6, 2015, and you will have a quiz Friday in science on ocean floor features and the causes of currents. Read each subject’s homework section carefully. See below for help with this week’s math homework (click the picture to make it bigger).
The School Board received the final consultant’s report from a Pay & Classification Plan study, during the Feb. 12 board meeting.
1. Problem of the Day plus Inscribed Polygon Example Problem (+3pts EC)
1Extension: Honors Parallelogram Review Problem (+2pts EC)
2. Notes on Squares, Rectangles, and Rhombus
3. Worksheet “Squares, Rectangles, and Rhombus”
4. Unit 7 Test on Polygons/Quadrilaterals
2nd and 4th Blocks on Wednesday, March 12th
1st, 3rd, and 5th Blocks on Tuesday, March 17th
Don’t Miss the Event of Year … The ballroom is filling up fast!
If you love Broadway music …
If you love hand-crafted artwork …
If you love helping students discover their creativity and talents …
Then don’t miss the opportunity to support the music and art programs in Suffolk Public Schools by attending The Suffolk Education Foundation’s Masquerade: A Gala in Celebration of the Arts in Suffolk Public Schools!
Click here to view the You Tube commercial, created by drama students at King’s Fork High School.
Buy your Gala tickets now for a dinner and a fabulous night of entertainment by our students. The first annual Celebration of the Arts will welcome you on Tuesday March 3 at the Hilton Garden Inn Riverfront. Proceeds will directly benefit the fine arts programs in Suffolk Public Schools.
The Masquerade Gala starts at 5:30 p.m. with Cocktails at a VIP reception with cash bar. Then at 6:30 p.m., you’ll sit down for a dinner featuring Balsamic Lacquered Chicken Breast and Cowboy-Rubbed Angus Petit Filet Steak, vegetables, salad, rolls, and dessert.
The evening will feature live entertainment performed by Suffolk Public Schools’ middle school and high school student musicians and their teachers. The song list includes vocal and instrumental selections from these Broadway classics:
- 9 to 5: The Musical
- American Tail
- Funny Girl
- Les Miserables
- Lion King
- Mamma Mia
- Phantom of the Opera
- Sweeney Todd
- The Wizard of Oz
The Masquerade Gala theme continues beyond music to showcase the visual arts with a display of 50 hand-crafted masks created by student artists and art teachers from all Suffolk Public Schools’ secondary and elementary schools. Vote for your favorite masks to further support the art program!
In addition, this beautiful 5-foot-tall metal peacock chair — created by high school welding students at the Pruden Center for Industry & Technology — will be raffled at the event.
Tickets are $35 each or $60 per couple. Deadline to purchase tickets is Tuesday, Feb. 24.
For tickets, contact email@example.com or call Bethanne Bradshaw at (757) 925-6752.