Friday, February 26, 2010

Friday, February 26, 2010

Math 6 None
Math 7
French Test: Wednesday
Band Monday 7:50 Percussion/Junior flutes

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Thurs. Feb 25, 2010

Math 6: Find the Perimeter and Area for 5-12 square units and 24
Math 7: p. 260/61 #2-6
Rdg: Story map and character development
Jazz Band 7:20 a.m.
Writing: Fairy tale due before Spring Break

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Wed. February 24

Math 6 Test corrections and signed
Math 7: Dream houses due Friday (10 area and perimeter measurements)
Sci 6: Deep Ocean Sheet
Loser Story map and character description
Cr Writing Fairy tale variation due March 5th
French test Mar. 3
Jazz Band Friday 7:20

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Math 6: none (test today)
Math 7: Work on "Ideal Home" floor plan. Due Friday
Reading: Character study and Story Plot for Loser due Thursday.
Band: OTP's for Trumpets and ALL students who have not yet performed their pieces.
Report Cards will be sent home early next week.
Thursday, March 4th Early closure(12:30 dismissal). I will contact parents I need to meet with. Please feel free to contact me if you would like to meet during that afternoon.

Monday, February 22, 2010

Monday, February 22, 2010

Math 6 Review for test tomorrow. Q 1-19 without #4 and beginning of 7, show what you know
Math 7 Sign test
Saxophone OTP 7:45

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Wed, February 17, 2010

Ma 6 p 155/56 #1-4
Ma 7 Unit test
Sci 6 Part B
Wri: Letters due tomorrow the first at 8:30 the second at 2:30
Early morning band: Clarinets (Senior Flutes)
No School Friday
Subway order
7:45 OTP: Monday Flutes, Clarinets, drums
Tuesday: Saxophones
Wednesday: Brass

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Tuesday, Feb 16, 2010

Ma 6 Worksheet both sides
Ma 7 p. 156/7 #1, 2, 3, 5. Unit test Thursday
Writing: Good Copy of two meaningful thank you letters for McQueen Lake
Sci 6: Questions due tom. Project assignments
French presentations tomorrow.
7:20 a.m. Jazz Band
Subway Order form due Feb 18
Spaghetti Dinner Thursday.
Cake Walk: Cakes needed for Thursday. Please call the office if able to donate 250 372 5844
Friday: Professional Development Day - Teachers go to school!

Monday, February 8, 2010

Monday, February 8, 2010

SS: Survival kit
French: Speech Wednesday
Sci 7: Test tomorrow

Friday, February 5, 2010

Friday, Feb 5, 2010

Ma 6:
Ma 7: Complete area of circle worksheet
French: Presentation due Wed
Science 7: Test Tuedsay
SS: Continue presentations Monday
Rise and Shine Band Jr. Flutes/French Horn and all Percussion (7:50 a.m.)

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Thursday, Feb 4, 2010

Ma 6: p/ 146/47 1-3
Ma 7: worksheet 1-4
SS: Presentation Friday
Band OTP's and band pieces
7:20 a.m. Jazz Band

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Tuesday, February 3rd

Ma 6: Flyer questions
Ma 7: p. 145/6 2 ace, 4, 5, 9
SS: Presentation due Friday
French: Presentation due Wed
Science 7: Test Tuedsay
Young Authors entries in to Mrs. Doherty or Mrs. Switzer by March 1st.
Rise and Shine Band: Sr Flutes/Clarinets & Jr Clarinets 7:50 a.m.
McQueen Lake Permission slips are due
Science 6
: Science Fair Project (A letter will be coming home with more information):
The purpose of the project is to learn about the Scientific Method and also to allow for individual study. The students may work with a partner or may work alone. The due date for the project will be March 2, 2010. All projects will be marked for a Third Term Science assignment, and some projects may be selected to move on to the next level which is the Regional Science Fair.
There are three different types of projects your child can do: A study, An experiment, or An
Innovation. All three projects should begin with a QUESTION that is to be investigated. The
district’s Science Fair webpage will prove to be very helpful as it lists project ideas and helpful
A Study: This is basically a detailed research report that answers a question to a Scientific
An Experiment: One type of experiment is one in which the student replicates an existing
experiment as it was shown or takes an existing experiment and changes/adds some of the
variables. Another type of experiment is where the student designs an original experiment with
one or more variables.
An Innovation: This project involves building a model/structure that already exists to explain the
“Science”. A higher level project would entail improving/adapting/designing existing technology
or equipment and explaining its possible applications.
Regardless of the type of project chosen, all work will be displayed on a large free-standing
project board (The store bought ones can be expensive, but they can recycle a previously used
one or make one using cardboard