Michelle York writes:
We are chipping away slowly but surely at our algebra standards. The unit 4 exceeds packet is due next Wednesday. The students have had about a month to work on the exceeds work.
Britni Rowe writes:
This week we are finishing up the film: The Good Lie. Students have been having good conversations about the experiences of the Lost Boys of Sudan and the challenges they are faced with. At the end of the week, we will begin our new class novel, A Long Walk to Water.
Nancy Lindbom writes:
I hope everyone had a great weekend and enjoyed that Patriots win!!! The students will continue to work on the DBQ: Is Chocolate Good for Cote d’Ivoire? The students will be analyzing documents this week to answer that question. All homework is posted on the Puma team calendar.
Please, I need your help! On Friday, February 17th (the last day before the winter break), the Puma team would like to host “A Taste of Africa” for our students. While the students were researching a country in Africa, they found many recipes that they would like to try. I have compiled a booklet of these recipes, but I need cooks. If you are able to help, please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will send the booklet home with your student. Then, please let me know what you are willing to make. I need to know by this Friday if you are able to help. Any questions, please let me know. Thank you again for your help and support.
Eileen Hickman writes:
We have finished studying how to measure in the kitchen. Quiz this week. Starting safety and food borne illnesses.
Scott Dorr writes:
This week the students will be applying various scenarios to designed ecosystems, then use cause-and-effect relationships to predict possible responses within the components of the ecosystem.