Monday, February 8, 2016

Great News from the Los Angeles Public Library:  "With love in the air the two weeks leading up to Valentine’s Day, the Los Angeles Public Library (LAPL) will be playing cupid, reuniting you, your overdue books and our library shelves. These former sweethearts have missed each other, and the library has missed you! Reconnecting has never been so easy.

Here’s how it works:
February 1 to 14 only, LAPL is welcoming back its overdue books and the people who love them.
Return any undamaged, overdue library materials to the circulation desk or book drop at your local library.
Consider the late fines waived and begin using your library card again.Other fees may be excluded from this offer."

Room 26

Information Writing continues this week with Compare and Contrast and Cause and Effect writing samples.  

Information Reading.  We continue with the reading, vocabulary and questions from Who Was Steve Jobs?  Work on this book is being done in the classroom.

Missions.  The social studies project on Missions has been assigned.  Students are reading and researching the mission of their choice in class.  This is a research and writing assignment.

Science.  Work in the Solid Earth unit continues with Mrs. Hauser throughout the month of February.

Accelerated Reader quizzes should be taken when students finish reading a book.  The number of points expected have been assigned to each student.  

Math.  We have completed Module 4 in Eureka Math.  We will take the End of Modules quiz on Tuesday and Wednesday.

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