I reloaded the assignment for this next week. It is ready to go now. I apologize to those who had begun the assignment that was loaded. Please log in and let me know if you are having trouble with your spelling city account.
At the beginning of each new chapter I will post a list of vocabulary words to the blog that will need to be included in this project. These will be due a couple of days before the exam at the end of each chapter which will be announced at least one week in advance. Start working on your vocabulary words as soon as I post the list at the start of each chapter so that you don’t get behind in your work.
7th grade was challenged to begin a prayer journal today. We talked about different ways to express ourselves in prayer in your journals. We will keep sharing ideas. I’m asking if students are inspired to do a prayer journal that they send me an email to let me know. This is encouragement to me! Also, I want to encourage them.
All Middle School Students:
Reading Commitment Forms due by Wed. Aug. 6 (NOTE: Books that have recently been produced on the screen/in film will not be approved as the objective of outside reading is to expose students to new authors.)
Spelling City due by Friday Aug. 8 (Loaded and ready to go. Students received usernames and passwords today. Please email me if you have a problem with your account.)
“Ripped from the Headlines” (Current Events) due on Friday Aug. 8
Greek/Latin Root Quiz on Thursday Aug. 7 (Word lists were distributed today.)
6th Grade: Author Study on Jill Rubalcaba due by Wed. Aug. 6
7th Grade: Memory due on Thur. Aug. 7: Eph. 4:29 (Theme Verse)
8th Grade: Author Study on J.M. Barrie due by Wed. Aug. 6
All middle school students were sent home with a scavenger hunt assignment to be completed by reading through the 2014-2015 Parent/Student Handbook. This can be found by clicking on the “important documents” tab on this blogs menu bar.
This is due back to school to be turned into the student’s homeroom by this Friday, Aug 1st.
Many thanks to the parents and students who came to help demo desks today! It’s all done and looks great! Special thanks to Keith Johnson who was a wizard with the drill and the Bishops for hauling all the scrap metal to recycling! Great team work!!!!