Thursday (September 21) was "Respect for Each Other". The 8th graders started the day serving breakfast to raise money for World Hunger Day. After that they paired with the kindergarten class to read with them.
The 8th graders played against their parents in an exciting game of kickball, ending in a tie.
Wednesday (September 27) was Dress Like Your Parents Day
"A person is a person no matter how small" Today's (Tuesday, September 26) dress was in Dr. Suess characters
The students also worked on posters for the Life Chain this coming Sunday (October 1st)
Monday, September 25 kicked off Respect Life Week with "Respect for the military/veterans". The Student Council led an all school assembly which involved a prayer, the flag salute and a few games.
The 8th grade class showed off their outfits.
On Fridays the Middle School students try to answer a brainteaser using their problem solving skills. Here is what we have done so far:
A man was born in 1955, how is it today is his 18th birthday?
What gets wetter the more it dries?
I have a large money box, 48 cm base sides and 42 cm tall. Roughly how many coins can I place in my empty money box?
What is yours to own, yet others use it more?
Jack tells Jill, “this isn’t the $5 bill you left on the table. I found it between pages 15 and 16 of Harry Potter.” Jill replied, “you’re lying and I can prove it.” How did Jill know?
What is correct to say, “the yolk of the egg is white” or “the yolk of the egg are white”?
A little girl kicks a soccer ball. If goes ten feet and comes back to her. How is this possible?
The first month of school, middle school students have done several hands on science projects. They learned how to "Save Sam", watched the eclipse and finished their first Junk Box competition.