Announcements (Important – please read):
1. Small Group trips to Family Harvest Farm: We have 4 more trips planned to Family Harvest Farm.  Three of the trips will be small groups of students, and the last trip will be the whole class.  Please look at the schedule below, and the day your student is attending, please consider driving – we need 1-3 parent drivers for each small group; 4-5 parent drivers for the whole class. For the small group trips, drivers need to be here by 9:40am, and we will return to campus by 12pm. Drivers need to have a copy of their 100,000/300,000 liability car insurance on file in the office.  If you can drive, please let us know how many students you can take. Students not attending the farm will be working on assignments with the other MS teachers who stayed back.



Thursday, March 28Thursday, April 11Thursday, May 9Thursday, May 16
Alec StaplesAbril SerranoAndrew DehlingerWhole Class
Bahar KarimiAlyssa SmithAyla Farrington
Joseph MaderosAyden GochenouerBritney Mercado
Kaleb SaechaoCaden RustBrooklyn Barnes
Leeya MaqsoudiElizabeth AndinoClare Pope
Lillian DavisEnkh-od RichardsonDaveon Soriano
Lyric DavisKeven NnajiDylan Manuel
Moses GriffinMariko NakayamaEmmy Gomez
Raphael CacholaNicholas AldereteGabriel Cachola
Sammi DiazOmar KaifiJT Perez
Skyler LockettRosie WhiteKarina Santos
Stephen AlvarezSimon RapolasLiam Meza
Sunny HeTeah ChengSamantha Gonzalez
Driver – Mrs. MaderosTerry HeSelena Gargaro
Viviana TopeteSophia Bowman

2.  Minimum day this Friday – dismiss at 12pm

Week 5:  Careers
This unit will give the students the opportunity to explore different careers, create an individual project on a career which they will present to the class. This unit will require your help.  For the project, your student will need to do a site visit & an interview.  Example: chosen career is a Pediatric Doctor: site visit to a hospital or a Pediatric doctor’s office, interview a Pediatrician. Presentations begin on April 8th
This Week’s Assignments/Homework: not inclusive – assignments may be added.  Class assignments not finished during class become homework.
  • Vocabulary: 10 minutes a day on Membean
  • Literature Book: The Cure or The Giver (ask your student which book they are reading); pacing guide for reading, RJW + Reflection due on Fridays, quiz on Fridays
  • Writers Workshop: check in (see attached doc for details of this year long assignment – students have been given class time each week to work on their portfolio); due May 6
  • Math: CPM, Khan, POD, pacing guide with due dates, assessments on Fridays
  • Science “Space”: participation & assignments; due on Science day
  • Career Project:  students should have completed 8 of the tasks by the end of this week, and working on the next tasks.  There are 10 tasks (requirements) total. Presentations begin April 8th