Intermediate News

May 4th, 2020


Important Information

  • Intermediate students should be participating in Zoom lessons and watching teacher videos (the whole thing), especially if they are stuck and need help! Remember that our students are independent learners in the classroom and can definitely be reminded to go use their resources before receiving help from a parent!

Online Book Fair

We will be hosting a virtual book fair this year!


Even though our school is closed, we want the Book Fair to still be available for our students to get great books, especially during these uncertain times. 

Online shopping is available April 27th-May 10th. Our school benefits from every online order. So please support the Book Fair and our school!

The homepage link is

If you have any questions, please contact Miss Berkich. 


Happy Reading!

Young Authors

Completed Young Authors books can be turned in any time between now and Friday May 29th! The due date has been pushed back for students who are behind or were concentrating on their Science Fair. The flexible due date is not a reason to procrastinate! Please encourage your student to finish as soon as possible so that it may be graded. 


Once your student’s Young Authors book has been turned in for a grade, they are done with writing class assignments for the year! Remember that completed books can be dropped off, mailed in, or submitted electronically. Be sure to watch the youtube video for parents for all of the directions and options for book binding. 


Research/Science Fair

Once your student has presented their science fair project to Mrs. Gonzalez and turned in their science fair binder to their teacher, then they are finished with research for the year. There will be no trimester 3 research project this year. 



Go to Generation lesson “Patterns of Motion and Friction”  by clicking on

 Watch the video and  read the lesson material. When finished, complete the “paper quiz” found at the bottom of the lesson.  Submit test to Miss Dubitsky.

Social Studies

There is an online version of our Social Studies Weekly Newspapers that your student can access at home. This version has many pros to it and will even read along with your student! Below are the directions of how to login. All students usernames and passwords are the same at Moby Max. We are attaching all students’ login information for reference. 

Studies Weekly:

  1. Go to

  2. Login using given Username and Password (most are the same as Moby Max and

  3. Click on the icon for the newspaper.

  4. Click on week 26 “State Constitutions”

  5. Complete the reading, and crossword puzzle.