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The following calendar will list any major projects, field trips, or other activities that are taking place.
Congratulations to the following students who will be participating in the school science fair on Thursday, December 11th!
Nia Acker Sharon Celestine Ashanti Chatman
Nicholas Crawford Roosevelt Curry Nicholas Goodloe
Jacolby Grant Charlesia Hughes Nieara Johnson
Mohamed Lotfi Kamaria Morgan Kayla Newsom
Lanekah Phillips Lamoya Seymour Aryanze Smith
All students must have a 3-ring binder (at least 1″) for Science in class on Monday, October 27th.
There will be four Science Fair Help sessions held after school for any student needing assistance with the process of the project. Students will not be completing their experiment during these sessions, but rather getting help or guidance in how to complete various steps.
Wednesday, October 22
Wednesday, October 29
Wednesday, November 5
Thursday, November 13
3:45 – 4:30 in room 217. Please bring a signed note from your parent/guardian giving you permission to stay.
7th and 8th Grade Social Studies
Read pgs. 22-23 in the October 6 Junior Scholastic magazine.
Take Cornell Notes on the article “Did you violate the Constitution this morning?”
Pick a side: Do you think that “under God” defies the First Amendment? Give three reasons (two from the article, one personal) that will support your side.
Due Tuesday, October 14, 2014