For their CSL project, the 4th and 7th graders have teamed up with Lifebridge and are collecting items to make personal care kits. We will be collecting items from May 3 – June 7th in boxes in the front of the building.
Items being collected include:
- Shampoo & Conditioner
- Toothbrushes & Toothpaste
Please do NOT include any aerosols and all items must be alcohol free.
Thank you for your support!
Good Afternoon 7th grade students and parents,
We hope you have enjoyed the snowy weather and the days off from school. Tomorrow as of now (Sunday afternoon) has not been called but it isn’t looking good. IF we do not have school tomorrow, your teachers ask that the students do a little bit of prep work for Tuesday’s lessons.
1) Study for the math test, which will take place upon our return to school.
2) Check Mrs. Wright’s google classroom. There is an assignment to help prepare you to write your Romeo & Juliet essay. Having it complete for Tuesday will make your work load lighter.
3) Stay up to date in your vocabulary packet.
4) Finish reading your independent reading book. If you think you will need more time, contact Mrs Wright.
As always if you have questions, email your teachers. We hope you are enjoy the extra family time.
Mrs. Wright, Mr. Wrankmore, Mrs. Churchill and Mr. McDonough.
Les grands chefs de septième sont heureux de vous présenter leurs recettes de cuisine!
This term in French, Seventh Graders have been studying food and cooking. A very rich and fun topic to teach, both culturally and linguistically! I am particularly proud and impressed with the work they have done. We started out learning about different food stores, French food habits and categorizing the different types of food: les fruits, les légumes, la viande, les boissons… They have shared their food preferences, using verbs such as “aimer”, “préférer”, “adorer”, “détester”. They have learned how to give directions using imperative and action verbs such as “mélanger”, “ajouter”, “verser”, “couper” and talk about ingredients using the partitive article. In class, they started out their project by choosing a recipe and establishing a list of necessary ingredients. They then worked on creating a script for their video and rehearsed in class. I’m very proud of the work they had to complete at home, without my supervision, which is shooting the video itself. They have all done an amazing job at it, and even more satisfying for me as a teacher, they seem to have had a lot of fun in the process. Enjoy those short videos and be inspired!
Bon appétit! (pronounced “Bon apeytee”)
Ada Pouplard (French Teacher)