Please add agenda items in comments. The meeting will happen after meta on Thursday.
The topic this week is birds. You will need to have pictures of your furry and fury and a description of your bird. Based on your description the class will try to guess where your bird lives.
In last week’s class which we discussed “I Still Rise”, “Barbie Doll” and “Sadie and Maude”. Write your own feminist poem in any form you wish.
Our next poetry class will be this Thursday the 11th at 1:00.
Finish the book for the next meeting. We will have the meeting after Leo and Adam are back on 4/15.
Read to page 241 for our next book club on Tuesday.
Please check your u.school email to learn about the possibility of going to Crystal Bridges and/or a Springfield Cardinal’s game.
Next topic for Thursday morning: Deep sea creatures – creatures that live in the depths of the oceans – good luck finding a furry :).
For next Wednesday, April 3rd read to page 200 for discussion.
For Tuesday, April 2nd read to page 180.
by Gustav Klimt
Half-figure of a Young Woman by Gustav Klimt (Austrian, 1862–1918). Date: 1918. Medium: Graphite. Dimensions: 22 3/8 in x 14 11/16 in. Credit Line: Gift of Sir John Pope-Hennessy, 1982. metmuseum.org.