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Todd Holden 4h
So after being teased by my English language learner Honduran student yesterday I figured I better double down!
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Mrs. Sexton Nov 19
Project teams have been taking on the challenge of modeling different types of ocean currents for their science class. 🌎🙌
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Mrs. Thrower Nov 18
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Caroline Swanson Nov 18
Confiscated and returned to their rightful basket: 42 packets of mayonnaise Also, words out of my mouth: “Hi boys, can one of you please take the lunch meat off the window? Thanks so much.”
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Anna Grace Waddell Nov 13
We are honoring by wearing our cardigans on this chilly Wednesday! ❤️🖤❤️ My Mister Rogers joined us in our pic!
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Caroline Shearer Nov 14
Today we talked bout letting go of this idea that we need to be perfect from the start, how we can form ideas in “zero drafts,” +then wrote on our desks +got feedback through a gallery walk. It’s okay to be wrong + it’s okay to have a crappy first draft!
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Ean Whitney Mason 14h
Relaxing day in spent painting and book making
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Rabiah Harris Nov 20
Using protocols and my own curriculum to create DQBs about our anchoring phenomena. We are trying to answer “How plants can grow without soil?”
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Erika Thomason (Little) Nov 19
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Team Riley 11h
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Courtney Truelove Nov 20
“So trees poop out oxygen, right? And that’s like air. So trees give us air, right?” What are we talking about?
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Mrs. Minicus Nov 20
fashion show as students model and describe clothing in Spanish.
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Sharon Spadaro Nov 15
Got some wonderful notes from my students, and a couple that aren’t mine, on kindness day! My ❤️ is overflowing!
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Angela Nov 20
May I present ‘Palindromic Poem’ spontaneously written by an incredibly talented rock star. —- journal every day, and we use lessons by Gretchen Bernabei to teach grammar and…
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St Philip School Nov 19
constructing tissue models to illustrate the relationship between the structure and function of tissue.
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Katie Seibert Nov 20
I'm not sure how these two are growing up so fast, but I think I blinked! School pictures this year are adorable and show how much they've changed.
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Raquel Garcia Nov 20
Proud of my son for running his first JH today! Such an awesome experience!
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Dessa Schurr Nov 20
7A game groups completed one of their final projects! This is Shake the Bottle!
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Yonkers Middle High School Nov 19
Mr. Restaino’s 7th Graders are demonstrating their comprehension of the novel The One and Only Ivan by completing a computer based assessment using Forms.
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Miss Mac Nov 20
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