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Allen8 CompNo School
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Allen7 CompNo School
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Allen6 CompNo School
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Anders7/8 BandNo School
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Anders6 BandNo School
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Boger7 LA1/7- Graphic Organizer; 3- no assignment1/7- wkst 14/Nifty Sixty; 3rd hour- no assignmentNo Assignment1/7- no assignment; 3rd- graphic organizer including the conclusionNo School
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Boger8 LASpelling and Vocabulary tests- NEXT MONDAY due to the fact there is a shortened schedule ThursdaySpelling and Vocabulary tests- MONDAY; Quality writing due tomorrrowNo Red Ink- due Monday; Spelling and Vocabulary Tests- MondayNo Red Ink- due Monday; Spelling and Vocabulary tests- MondayNo School
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BogerSecond ChanceReadReadReadReadNo School
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D. Winterrowd6 SSConference sheets, lesson 3 vocabulary, pg. 11Finish lesson 3 studyguides/ pgs. 12-13Egypt review/KahootNo School
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D. Winterrowd7 SSAll 50, Conference sheets, Know Your U.S. Part 1All 50 Capitals...Know your US 2Know your U.S. part 2/correctNo School
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D. Winterrowd6 - Iowa History Syllabus, Iowa road mapsUsing a grid wkstNo School
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Falck6 ReadingWe discussed FDA"s, Checkouts, Reading Logs, and Attendance. Students reviewed Chapter 4 of Chelsey and the Green-Haired Kid. I read Chapter 5, and students filled out their notes/illustrations for Chapter 5. Their will be a quiz over Chapters 1-5 tomorrow.Students completed a graded Bellringer Reading Probe. If you missed class, you need to make up this probe by Thursday. Students took a quiz over Chapters 1-5 of Chelsey and the Green-Haired Kid. If you missed class, you need to make up this quiz by Thursday. Students read independently for the rest of the period.As a review, I discussed the quiz that students took on Tuesday. I read Chapter 6, and students filled out their notes/illustrations for Chapter 6. If you missed class, you need to read Chapter 6 before class on Thursday. All makeup work needs to be done by Thursday.Students completed a graded Bellringer Reading Probe. If you missed class, you need to make up this probe by Tuesday. I read Chapter 7, and students filled out their notes for Chapter 7. If you missed class, you need to read Chapter 7 before class on Monday. Students then read independently for the rest of the period. (200 pages are due by Sunday night.)No School
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Falck7 ReadingWe discussed FDA"s, Checkouts, Book Chats, and Attendance. I reviewed expectations for climax, falling action, and resolution. I also shared my expectations for flashback and foreshadowing. We reviewed the mystery vocabulary. The test will be on Tuesday.Students reviewed the mystery vocabulary and took a test over the words. If you missed class, see me to make up this test by Thursday. Students read independently for 10 minutes. For the mystery skeleton, I reviewed my expectations for title, author, characters, setting, point of view, and plot. The mystery skeleton is due on Wednesday.Students handed in their mystery skeletons. They are due today. Students read aloud a mystery play to conclude our mystery unit.Students completed a Comparison Probe and handed it in. If you missed class, you need to complete this probe and hand it in by Wednesday. Students then read independently for the rest of the period. (200 pages are due by Sunday night.)No School
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Fineran6 LAspelling words, bellringer review (quiz Tuesday), went over every day edits, took helping verbs test, assign: KEEP STUDYING for Helping verbs test!spelling words (test Wed), direct/indirect objects worksheet, bellringer quiz #5; study for helping verbs test (Thursday)spelling test, spelling awards, went over direct object worksheet; STUDY for helping verbs test Thursdayspelling words, went over spelling tests and bellringer quizzes, took helping verbs test, assign: Direct Objects worksheet (top only) 1-8No School
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Fineran6 SSFinish heiroglyphics packet, start lesson 3 #1-10Go over Lesson 3 1-10, finish lesson 3 and notesfinished lesson 3, notes lesson 3, King Tut videoLesson 4 & timeline pg. 10No School
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Fineran8 Computertimed typing; present vacationstimed typing; present vacationtimed typing; present vacationtimed typing; present vacationNo School
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Pedersen8 ReadingDay 1: Today in class, the students worked on their Character Poster for The Giver. Each poster must have Character Name; title; illustration. Must have Plot Line Information towards the character from the movie and the book (5 total). Must have two quotes and page numbers. Have a Venn Diagram: book vs. character. Students' names in the lower right hand corner. The title and author for the book. A symbol for the character. Due on Thursday---your "Ticket Out the Door" Day Two: Today in class, the students worked on their Character Poster for The Giver. Each poster must have Character Name; title; illustration. Must have Plot Line Information towards the character from the movie and the book (5 total). Must have two quotes and page numbers. Have a Venn Diagram: book vs. character. Students' names in the lower right hand corner. The title and author for the book. A symbol for the character. Due on Thursday---your "Ticket Out the Door" Day Three: Today in class, the students worked on their Character Poster for The Giver. Each poster must have Character Name; title; illustration. Must have Plot Line Information towards the character from the movie and the book (5 total). Must have two quotes and page numbers. Have a Venn Diagram: book vs. character. Students' names in the lower right hand corner. The title and author for the book. A symbol for the character. DUE TODAY---your "Ticket Out the Door" No School
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Pedersen 7 LAStarted Learning about Nouns---worked together with groups and did a Nifty Sixty Worksheet.Learning about Nouns: Abstract, Concrete, Common, Proper. For your home work, write 6 Abstract Nouns: 2 ideas, 2 qualities, and two feelings---you cannot copy from the examples today. Today in class, we learned about Collective Nouns and Compound Nouns. We also learned that Nouns can be classified in many different categories. (i.e. Compound-Concrete-Common Noun) .

Homework tonight is: Collective and Compound Worksheet.
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Pedersen FCS 8thApronsWorking on ApronsNo School
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Pedersen FCS 7thLearned about the sewing room today. We will be in the Sewing Room tomorrow too. STUDENTS---IF you want to bring in fabric, you will need 2 and 1/2 yards of fabric. You do not need to get any, the school has fabric too.Today students got to experience practicing sewing. Remember, if you want to bring in fabric---you will need 2 and 1/2 yards. Remember, no pressure...the school will provide the material. Please meet in the regular classroom tomorrow.No School
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Pedersen 6 ReadingStarted the 2nd Chapter of Chelsey and the Green-Haired Kid. Students are taing notes in class for Chapter 2. REMEMBER students, bring all materials to class for Reading: Chromebook, Free-Read book, pencil, paper, Literature book. Planner to write assignments down. HOMEWORK: Reading 20 pages of your Free-Read book. No School
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Hofmeister7 MathP.100(5-10)P.100(3,4,13-16,22,24,26)NoneWorksheet 3.3ANo School
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Hofmiester6 MathPractice TestTestP.80(1-8)P. 82(5-20)No School
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Hugo8 HealthClass time to enter goals, please submit by end of school dayPhysical activity and fitnessRelaxation activityHealth in the news articlesNo School
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Hugo7 HealthFirst day introductionReview of last years materialReview of last years materialreview of last years materialsNo School
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Hugo6 HealthFirst day introductionWhole class worksheet introductionWorksheet intro day 2Worksheet #2 dueNo School
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L. Johnson6 chorusconcert prepno classconcert prepno classNo School
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L. Johnson7/8 chorusno classconcert prepno classconcert prepNo School
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L. Johnson6 ExploreIntro to class, Find a Musician Who activityContinue intro, pre-test on vocab, word searchGo over pre-test, demonstrate study skills for learning vocabNo School
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Lyons8 CareersStart working on presentationscontinue working on presentationspresentationspresentationsNo School
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Moore6 ArtWelcome to Art! Sketchbooks, classroom expectations, begin drawing project. Cut out shape that represents you, trace it onto paper. Finish tracing shape. Add lines using a ruler crossing through your shape. Choose between 3 + 5 colors, white, and one pattern. View Mrs. Moore example for more help. Begin coloring each shape not allowing the same color to touch. Continue adding color + pattern to the shapesFinish up coloring + patterns (Due Monday with Self Evaluations). Turn in sketchbooks.No School
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Moore7 ArtWelcome to Art! Sketchbooks, classroom expectations, begin drawing project. Draw name or word that represents you, add lines over top and begin coloring each shape different values. Continue adding value to each shape using a pencil + blending tool or one colored pencil. Make values transition like a slide, not stair steps. Continue value drawingFinish up value drawing. Due Monday with Self Evaluations. Turn in sketchbooks. No School
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Moore8 ArtLearn final embroidery stitch: Satin Stitch, prepare to trace final design onto fabric. Finish tracing design + begin stitching. Let Moore know if the color of thread you need is running low.Continue stitching designContinue embroidery. Turn in sketchbooksNo School
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Napierala6 PEbasketballbasketballbasketballbasketballNo School
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Napierala7 PEbasketballbasketballbasketballbasketballNo School
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Napierala8 PEbasketballbasketballbasketballNo School
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P. Winterrowd7 Pre-algp. 239 #1-20p. 244 #8-17p. 244 #8-17Shopping Spree W.S.No School
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P. Winterrowd8 Pre-alg2-4 W.s. Front and backAll Transformations W.S.none - Quiz in classp. 74 #4, 5, 8-14No School
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P. Winterrowd8 Algebrap. 218 #16-24Practice testCh. 3 Celebration - Math Bee Practice TestNo School
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Weber6 SciencePlanner; Discussion on HR and BR; Used the SIM to gather evidence about what molecules cells need in order to release energy, Based on evidence, ervise Claims and write down evidence that supports their claim. HW: SIM Comparisons-- Make sure to talk about the observations of HR, BR, and CR rates + 2 questions on the back. Planner; Get HW out; Warm-up; Observing Chemical Reaction; DiscussionPlanner; 3.2 Read Cellular Respiration Article; Complete SIM activity 2 screenshots BEFORE AND AFTER; Include annotations of description of what molecules are included with the BEFORE and AFTER; HW: Watch Video of the Story of Sanctorious; Constrcut a response to 3.2.6 using the word bank. (All words are related, should be able to use ALL words provided in the word bank) No School
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Weber7 SciencePlanner; SIM; Discussion; HW: 3.2.5---- Collision forces based on same mass and different mass; Also---- 3.3.2 Re-read Crash!---Gather evidence on effects of collisions. Planner; Warm-up; Word Relationships; HW: 3.3.4 Sherman's Story and Read: Wracking Ball +at least 5 annotations; and answer the 2 questions. Planner; Newton Video + Video Quiz; Quizlet Live RelayNo School
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Weber7 STEMSkimmersSkimmersSkimmersSkimmersNo School
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Weber8 STEMHome DesignHome DesignHome DesignHome DesignNo School
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Saunders7 ScienceForce & Motion 2.5. No AssignmentFAM 2.5 & 3.1. Assignment: 3.1.4FAM 3.1.4. No AssignmentFAM 3.2 Investigating Collision Forces. Assignment: FAM 3.2.5No School
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Saunders8 ScienceGeology on Mars 3.1. Assignment: GOM 3.1.3GOM 3.2. Assignment: 3.2.5GOM 3.2.5 . No AssignmentGOM 3.3. Assignment: Study for Geology On Mars Test (Tuesday)No School
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T. Johnson8 SSGRA 4.4 (1-7 & 1-3 Due Tomorrow)Review GRA 5.4 / Finish 5.3 - Early Successes / Begin 5.4 - Second Continental Congress / Key ActionsCont. 5.4 - Washington's First Victory / Common Sense / Writing the DeclarationFinish 5.4 - Declaring Independence / The Declaration of IndependenceNo School
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T. Johnson7 SSBegin 4.2 - Early America / Colonization / Settling the LandReview 4.1 Quiz / Corrections 4.1 Quiz (Due Tomorrow)Finish 4.2 - New Technology / Industry & Immigration / (4.2 Review 1-5 Due Tomorrow)Review 4.2 Review / Begin 4.3 - Metropolitan Areas / New York and Chicago / Atlanta and New OrleansNo School
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