Students are learning the importance of covering our mouths and washing hands to limit the spread of germs. In addition, we are learning about how good bacteria helps in our bodies and all about bad bacteria.
Ms. West

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We are learning about the basic of life Cells and the importance of the microscopes. Our Science program is very “hands-on” and the students are having a “blast” learning.

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Students are learning about minerals and how to identify them along with the forming of minerals. We also went to the Hall of Science this week. The students had a great time of learning and fun.
Ms. West

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Students are learning about the Nature of Evidence. Describing the differences between known and unknown evidence and positive controls and negative controls. Students are also learning the 4 types of fingerprints and identifying their own.
Ms. West

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We continue our series Survival Quest by studying Leah to learn how to survive rejection, Nehemiah to see how we can survive peer pressure, and Mary (mother of Jesus) to learn the traits for surviving family stress. It is my desire to utilize the 8th graders this month to bless those in and around the school as we prepare to share time with our loved ones giving thanks for what we have.
Mrs. Candelier

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November sees the 7th graders finishing the classic tale Island of the Blue Dolphins and the 8th graders finishing the true story of Christian Holocaust survivor Corrie ten Boom in The Hiding Place. We will be culminating these stories with activities to bring to life what the students have read in the stories. By mid-November, the 6th, 7th, and 8th graders will be embarking on the wonderful journey with The Chronicles of Narnia series. The classes will each read one book from the series: The Silver Chair, The Magician’s Nephew, and The Last Battle. We’ll spend some time entering Thanksgiving vacation by watching one of the two recent Narnia movies that have come out. Bring your own popcorn!
Mrs. Candelier

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November will be an exciting time for my 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students as they truly apply what they are learning in an admirable way. We will be examining the correct way to compose different types of letters. Practicing in school is great, but what would make it even better? Blessing someone through it! For Thanksgiving, the students will be writing friendly letters to soldiers serving overseas. We will use this month in which we give thanks to say THANK YOU to those who serve our country and cannot be home with their loved ones. Would you like to join us in this effort? Please contact Mrs. Candelier if you would!

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11th grade has come a long way in trying to understand Spanish. The Project for November is to send postcards to friends and family about their imaginary trip to Mexico. By doing this they are reinforcing their knowledge and the vocabulary they have learned.
Mrs. Colon

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Students in 10th grade are doing well in class. They are working hard and striving for the best. Our project for September was to write a menu on the foods that we learned. In November we will start a project based on communication with a pen pal. They will have to write to a friend from a Spanish speaking country, using the knowledge and characteristic traits we learned to write these letters. They must also write response letters from this friend to themselves. This will help them enhance their writing skills.
Mrs. Colon

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“The way a team plays as a whole determines its success. You may have the greatest bunch of individual stars in the world, but it they don’t play together, the club wont be worth a dime.” -Babe RuthWe have been blessed this year with an amazing group of young ladies. These ladies are not only talented, but they have turned this team into a family. A “Family” that has had their first ever Undefeated Regular Season, finishing the regular season 6-0. Overall our Lady Eagles took second place in their League.

Special Awards:
Melanie Chong: Regular Season MVP
Becky Wong: All Conference
Agnes Braczyk: All Conference
Amanda Roque: All Conference

Go Lady Eagles!!!
Director of Athletics
Joseph Wong

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