Hello and Welcome to another school year, How exciting!
If you’re the early bird who is after the worm, the link below will allow you to download my classroom guidelines, which includes a list of supplies we’ll be using this year.
If you are interested in our Washington DC Trip during Spring Break 2018, please come to our first student meeting at lunch on Wednesday, August 23rd to pick up your application packet and visit our website at http://www.willowsidedctrip.com to find out more! We will be having our first parents meeting on August 24th after Back to School Night in Room 3. This meeting is mandatory if you would like to come on our trip as a chaperone.
Students, see you August 16th!
Ms. Le Donne 🙂
Thank you, parents who came to our first information meeting. I will be working with the Tour Company, Academic Expeditions to begin putting the pieces together. How exciting! Stay tuned…
~Lisa Le Donne
Due Monday (end of the period): Reading Notes 25 & 26 (pp. 239-242, 245, 247-252 no processing).
Open House is Thursday, May 18th from 7:00 to 8:00 pm (Cultural Heritage Projects can be picked up in Room 3!).
Due Block: Geography Challenge pp. 258-260
Last day for late or missing work will be Monday, May 22nd. Unused HomeWork PASSES can be turned in for extra credit.
Due Tuesday: Study Guide (click link for a copy)
Study Guide Gilded Age Progressive Era 2017
Unit Test and Final Essay: Tuesday, May 23rd.
Due Monday: Paragraph #6 “What We Eat” with a copy of what you plan to make for Cultural Heritage Week.
Due Tuesday: Quotery Week 7 “From her beacon-hand glows world-wide welcome…”
Due Wednesday: Reading Notes pp. 261-262
Due Block: Paragraph #7 “What I Want to Carry On”
Due Friday: The last day for late or revised work on the Civil War is Friday at break.
Due Monday (5/8): Trimester Three Project: Rough Draft
Due Wednesday (5/10): Trimester Three Project
Requirements: Family History Notebook (1 inch), Pedigree Charts, Family Group Sheets, Interviews (3), Artifacts (3), 7 paragraph essay, Family Recipe (printed).
Due Block (5-11/12): Cultural Heritage Days-Presentations and the Sharing of Family Food Favorites. Please bring serving utensils. Paper goods will be provided.
Due Monday: Paragraph #4 “What We Believe.”
Due Monday: I.N. p. 239 (all).
Due Tuesday: At the Movies, “Dances with Wolves”
Due BLOCK: Paragraph #5, “How We Celebrate”
Due Monday (5/1): Paragraph #6 “What We Eat” (This includes bringing in a copy of the recipe you plan to make for Cultural Heritage Week).
Due Monday: Cultural Heritage (C.H.) Choose the branch of the family you want to write about.
Due Block: Paragraph #1 (C.H.) “What’s in a Name?”
Due Monday: Paragraph #2 (C.H.) “How’d We Get Here?”
Due Tuesday: Reading Notes 23 pp. 219-224 (all) + Current Event #12 on Modern Day Slavery
Due Wednesday: Study Guide Chp. 21-23 and Review Game Click link:
Block: Unit Test: The Civil War
Due Block (end of the period): Paragraph #3 (C.H.) “What We Do.”
Due Tuesday: Reading Notes Chp. 22
Due Block: Quotery T3 Week #5 “With Malice Towards None…”
Due Monday: T3 Project-Pick your branch of the Family Tree (one excellent paragraph).
Welcome Back! It’s all downhill from here and it will go quickly, buckle your seatbelts and let’s GO!
Due Block: Quotery T3 Week #4 “A house divided…”
Due Monday (end of the period): Reading Notes 22, “The Civil War.”