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As promised, here is a video of the Rube Goldberg that I created. In fairness to my family, I had a lot of help from 3 of my children. It was a group effort and a lot of fun to … Continue reading
If you’re looking for something new to do, there is a link in the new Classroom to a fictional podcast series that I think you will enjoy! It is a fun, serial mystery podcast for middle-schoolers, performed by middle-schoolers. Check … Continue reading
If you’re having trouble joining the new classroom but would like to connect, you can go into my Flipgrid room and check out the new thread. After watching my video, you can make a video to let us know how … Continue reading
What a crazy time we are living through! I hope you are all well. It was great to talk to so many of you. For those that I did not get to speak to, I hope you got my message, … Continue reading
Field Day (on Monday, May 4) is right around the corner and will be here before you know it. Dr. Jansen is looking for parent volunteers to make the event possible. Please click the link to see what help is … Continue reading
Join in the fun this week and celebrate Dr. Seuss! Click the link below to see how we will celebrate each day!
Reading A & B- Looking Back– We finished our spy unit and kicked off unit 4 by reviewing point of view and perspective before beginning our next novel, Nothing But the Truth. Looking Forward- Students will analyze how a character’s … Continue reading
Students will celebrate “Kids at Work” day on Friday, February 21st, 2020, with the help of the elementary counseling department. _________________________________________________________ Construction Worker Athlete Dental Hygienist Retail Manager Vet Artist … Continue reading
Reading A will take the unit 3 assessment on Monday and Reading B will take it on Tuesday. ** Also, book talks were due on Friday. If you did not submit yours, please do that ASAP!
The PTO has formed a committee to begin planning for the end of year events for our 6th graders. Please check out their blog to be sure not to miss important information for special events at the end of the … Continue reading