• Thank you to the Haunted House Committee (and their parents), who ran (and supported) our haunted house fundraiser!  We raised over $150, which will go directly towards our classroom (like celebration snacks after our presentations)!  It was great to see the kids step and lead this fundraiser!
Weekly Work (additional assignments may be added by teachers)
Vocabulary #4: do vocabulary work. Due Wednesday. Quiz on Friday
Humanism Journal: Students will keep a response journal for the Renaissance unit. Students will create at least three (3) entries per week.  Finished journal is due Nov. 12
Current Events #3-4: Two-week project assignment. Due Nov. 4th
Writing #4-5: First Draft due 11/5/21 and Final due 11/12/21Write a short science fiction narrative that includes a reference to at least one of the following:
• Something you learned in science (force and motion, rocketry, engineering/design, chemical reaction (atoms/molecules) etc.) this year.
• Something connected to the Renaissance.
• Something connected to our concept of Balance.
Literature Book (The Vanishing Point):
   1.  Read assigned chapters by Thursday.  Due Thursday
   2.  Do Reflection #4Friday
   3.  Be ready to discuss chapters and do your assigned work for the Literature Circle. Due Thursday
    4.  Complete RJW #4Due Friday
    5.  Quizzes on Fridays
Renaissance Project Making adjustments, and practicing. Presentations begin November 12th
Math:  Daily assignments, including classwork & homework.  Assorted due dates, & assessments are usually on Fridays.
Science (Space): Weekly assignments, including classwork.  Assorted due dates
Passion Project:  yearlong project with assorted benchmarks/due dates.  Students are given an hour a week in class to work on this project.  Ask what their focus is on. Ask your student how they are doing on the project!