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Calendar for 2019-2020 (also on website)

First Day:  August 22 (Th)

Labor Day: September 2nd (M)

Fall Break: October 11th and 14th (F &M)

Fall Conferences: November 4th (M)

Thanksgiving Break: November 25-29 (M-F)

Christmas Break: December 20th (F no school) – January 5th

MLK Jr Day: January 20 (M)

President’s Day: February 17th  (M)

Spring Conferences: March 13th (F)

Spring Break: March 16-20 (M-F)

Teacher Professional Development: April 10th (F)

Graduation: May 13th (W) Tentative

Last Day: May 15th (F)

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Fury and Furry

Thursday morning – the topic is fictional, fantasy, mythical creatures. You need one of each.  Have fun!

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Where the Red Fern Grows

For Tuesday the 14th read to chapter 11 (through 10).

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Furry and Fury

The topic is people or groups of people. Have fun with it!

The class will meet on Thursday the 9th at 11:00.

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All School Meeting to Discuss the Next School Year: May 15, 6:00

We will hold an all-school meeting on Wednesday, May 15th at u.school from 6:00-7:00 p.m. The purpose of this meeting is to go over what was discussed and approved at the annual board meeting (held 5/1), which includes the budget for next year, enrollment numbers and school location.  We will also be available to answer questions.  Both students and parents are invited.  Any input you have regarding school next year is welcome.

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Stargazing This Weekend

 

The Roth Family (Leo and Adam) is offering students the opportunity to stargaze at their beautiful home this Saturday evening.  Thanks, Roth family!

From Shannon:

Stargazing is Saturday 6-ish to 9ish at our house. 826 S. Farm Road 207 Spfld. 65802. People can bring blankets to sit on in the field- if not too wet. If people want to bring some food, that’s ok. We will have s’mores and water.  We will look at moon phases and the constellation of the month, Leo. Also, we will record star magnitude on the globeatnight.org site as a way to measure the effects of light pollution on the night sky.  If it’s rainy, we bring it all inside.

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Where The Red Fern Grows

For our first meeting on Tuesday, the 7th read through chapter 6, stop at the beginning of 7.

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Sociology 4/25

Read the following for discussion:

https://cnx.org/contents/AgQDEnLI@12.3:0xCpCOuT@11/11-2-Stereotypes-Prejudice-and-Discrimination

https://cnx.org/contents/AgQDEnLI@12.3:E0217W5T@11/11-4-Intergroup-Relationships

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Poetry

For the afternoon of Friday, May 3rd we will look at “happy” poetry – poems that present imagery that makes us feel good.  Find a poem or song that makes you feel good and bring it to class.

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Sociology

Read the following for discussion:

 

https://cnx.org/contents/AgQDEnLI@12.3:7TCPamHd@7/10-1-Global-Stratification-and-Classification

https://cnx.org/contents/AgQDEnLI@12.3:18GPu-VJ@7/10-2-Global-Wealth-and-Poverty