Language Arts November 23-25

november snow 6th graders are continuing to read Where the Red Fern Grows and will be half way done with the book this week.  There will be no test or quiz this week but homework will be scheduled for Monday and Tuesday to answer chapter questions for Chapters 9 & 10. We are also working on writing effective paragraphs which requires bringing their ELA textbook everyday.  We are covering Chapter 19 and completing in-class exercises on this skill.

AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES – We remind parents that ALL after school activities will begin at 3:15 p.m. and will end at 4: 15 p.m. We ask parents to be prompt in picking the students up from after school activities.

MIDTERM PROGRESS REPORTS– Progress reports went home last Friday, November 20. They must be signed by parents and returned to school before the Thanksgiving Holiday. If you wish to conference with a teacher, please do not hesitate to contact the school to set up an appointment.

BAKE SALE – The Juniors will be having a bake sale in order to raise funds for their upcoming community service. The bake sale will be on Friday, December 4 during snack and lunch.

For Grades 6-8

MIDDLE SCHOOL FIELD TRIPS – Unfortunately, we were not able to reach quorum to organize the different field trips (Copan – 6th grade, Lake Yojoa – 7th grade, and Tela – 8th grade). The initial payment will be reimbursed on Wednesday, November 25. Please, see Belgica in the Finance Office for the reimbursement.

For Grades 6-12:

HOMEWORK CLUB FOR SECONDARY – Secondary students will have the opportunity to receive assistance with homework twice a week. Ms Regina will be working with the students who wish to stay and work or specific students referred by teachers.

When: Mondays and Tuesdays

Where: Room # 3

Who: Secondary Students

Time: 3:15 – 4:15 p.m.

**Parents are asked to please the Midterm Progress Report – some students have been required to attend the Homework Club, other students have been invited to attend. This is being done to help student improve their grades.


Language Arts October 5-6

CAM015786th Graders will resume reading the Loser and hopefully we will finish the book.  There are still 4 more questions to answer from the reading and a small essay that each was suppose to turn in last Friday.  In this essay, students are to put themselves in the shoes of the Zinkoff, remember a previous incident in which someone called them a name they didn’t like and how did the student respond to this name-calling. Monday and Tuesday, we’ll go over the essay to build up confidence in writing essays.  Also, I will spend 20min talking to each class about the issue of bullying in an advisory style. 6A will have the advisory lesson on Monday and 6B will have theirs on Tuesday.  There will be no test this week.