Weekly Newsletter Team 6

May 4th-May 8th

Announcements

*No School Monday, May 4th- Professional Development Day for Teachers


*Check out our "Dad Jokes" video we made for our students!

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*Team 6 teachers are offering tutoring sessions on Friday afternoons. From 1-3pm every Friday, Mrs. Bange, Ms. Hoyle, Mr. Akagi, and Ms. Griem will be hosting tutoring sessions for 30 minutes at a time, that any student from any hour can drop in on. These are not required, but a great opportunity for students to ask questions and get caught up on assignments.


Tutoring Schedule for Friday Afternoons:


1-1:30: Math tutoring session with Mrs. Bange

1:30-2: Science tutoring session with Ms. Hoyle

2-2:30: World Geo tutoring session with Mr. Akagi

2:30-3: Language Arts tutoring session with Ms. Griem


*Core teachers are also available from 8-10 and 1-3 every day to help students. Students need to contact their teacher if they are needing help to set up a time to meet during office hours.


*If you are experiencing tech issues or need a replacement (computer or charger), call the help desk at 785-717-HELP (4357).

*If your child does not have WiFi Access, please have them notify their CAT Time teacher ASAP.


*Please see the PDF below for explanation of your child's schedule. Your student's CAT Time has made a schedule for your child and sending it their email. Be sure your child is checking emails and Schoology daily.

Weekly Work Checklist

See the picture below for a checklist students (and parents) can use to keep track of work and assignments for core classes this week.
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World Geography with Mr. Akagi

Next week in World Geography, we are continuing our unit on Sub-Saharan Africa. We are going to create our own political cartoons in regard to Sub-Saharan Africa, and we will also be creating an anti-poaching infographic; lots of Native African wildlife like elephants, lions, and other animals, are threatened by poaching. Students will create their own poster with images and content that should dissuade people from poaching.

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Contact Us

Feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns.


melissahoyle@usd475.org or (785) 350-6285 (Google Voice)

kylerakagi@usd475.org or (785) 289-8953 (Google Voice)

krystlegriem@usd475.org or (785) 227-0003 (Google Voice)

lindsaybange@usd475.org or (785) 289-5662 (Google Voice)

ursulapopovich@ud475.org or (785) 289-5086 (Google Voice)

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