Math

Monday, 2/11: Introduction to System Of Equations (Using foldable for Learning Log) Eureka, Lesson 25: Geometric Interpretations of the Solutions of a Linear System.

Tuesday, 2/12:  Eureka, Lesson 26: Characterization of Parallel Lines. (Using graphs to find the system of equations).

Wednesday, 2/13 & Thursday 2/14 (2 day Lesson)  Eureka Lesson 27: Nature of Solutions of a System of Linear Equations (Substitution).

Thursday, 2/14 & Friday 2/15 (2 day lesson) Eureka Lesson 28: Another Computational Method of Solving a Linear System.. (Elimination Method)

NOTE TO PARENTS: TUTORING IS STILL AVAILABLE MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY. PLEASE ENCOURAGE YOUR CHILD TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS RESOURCE.  TUTORING OCCURS IN MS. GASPARD’S CLASS AND MS. NAQUIN’S CLASS.

ELA

Monday 2/11:  Lesson 16: Analyze Character Development and Irony in “Flowers for Algernon”--Students continue reading “Flowers for Algernon” and continue filling out the before/after surgery chart and the irony tracker.

Tuesday 2/12:  Lesson 17: Summarize Frankenstein--Students read an excerpt from Chapter 4 of Frankenstein. They ask questions about excerpt and write a brief summary.

Wednesday 2/13:  Lesson 18: Determine Frankenstein’s Motivation--Students reread the excerpt from Chapter 4 of Frankenstein and analyze its language by categorizing words and phrases into knowledge/learning, time/movement, or emotions/motivations.

Thursday 2/14: Lesson 19:  Analyze Language to Determine Tone and Meaning--Students analyze the language of the excerpt from Frankenstein to determine how it contributes to the meaning and tone of the passage. They also use the language as models for their own writing.

Friday 2/15: Lesson 20: Compare the Structure of Two Texts--Students compare and contrast the structure of “Flowers for Algernon” and the excerpt from Frankenstein to determine how each contributes to similar meanings.

Science

REED/Barron

Monday-Wednesday: Thermal lesson 3

Thursday-Friday: Thermal lesson 4

Social Studies

Monday- How did Plessy v Ferguson affect life in Jim Crow Louisiana?

Tuesday- Explain the social, political, and economic changes experienced by African-Americans in Louisiana from Reconstruction through the Jim  Crow Era

Wednesday- how the Thibodaux Massacre affected the African Americans in Louisiana

Thursday- I will explain how the expansion of the railroad affected Louisiana’s economy and Why were poor Louisianans drawn to the Populist Party during the late 19th and early 20th centuries?

Friday-the rise and fall of the Populist Party

girls Health and Pe

This week in PE we will continue with the Bowling Unit.

boys health and pe

This week in PE we will continue with the Bowling Unit.

Journey to Careers

We will begin exploring the Education and Training Cluster.

Band

Focus: Students are working out of their yellow book for warm-ups and, they are also working on their festival music.

• 1st/6th period band classes will have full band practice on Tuesday and Thursday until 4:30
• 2nd/7th period will have practice this week on Monday and Wednesday until 4:00
• All band students should be practicing their festival music right now.
• Upcoming Events In February:
• Feb 21st--Field Trip to New Orleans
• Feb 25th Band Festival for 2nd/7th period
• Feb 26th Band Festival for 1st/6th

Band Fundraisers this year:  World’s Finest Chocolate Sale going on.

• Sat, February 9:  Sweetheart Dance 6:00 PM-10:00 PM
• Tues, February 12:  Achieve Pizza Party @ Skinny
• Tues, February 12:  Domino's Pizza Night
• Wed, February 13:  FACS Meeting @ Skinny
• Thurs, February 14:  Snowball Sale \$3.00
• Mon, February 18-22:  ELPT Testing
• Tues, February 19:  FACS Cupcake Sale \$2.00
• Wed, February 20: BETA Meeting @ Skinny
• Fri, February 22:  Redemption Friday
• Tues, February, 26: 6th grade  Book Fair during ELA class
• Tues, February 26:  Band Festival
• Wed, February 26:  7th grade Book Fair during ELA class
• Wed, February 27:  Band Festival
• Thurs, February 28:  8th grade Book Fair during ELA class
• Thurs, February 28:  Mardi Gras Walk in Gym during elective classes
• Mon, February 1:  State Social Study Fair
• Mon, March 4-Fri, March 8:  Mardi Gras Holiday
• Wed, March 13:  FACS Meeting @ Skinny
• Thurs., March 14:  4-H Meeting @ Skinny
• Fri, March 15:  PBiS Dress Down \$1.00
• Sat, March 16:  Dance Team Tryouts