January 10, 2020

UpComing Dates

Saturday - January 11

Boy's C Team Tournament Home

Boy's B Team Tournament @ Mt. Calvary

Girl's C Team Tournament @ Star of Bethlehem

Girl's B2 Game @ Bethlehem Lutheran

5:30 pm Church

Sunday - January 12

8:15 & 10:45 Church

10:45 am 6-8 Sings

12 pm Dance Team Practice

2:00 pm Girls BB Shooting Practice

3:00 pm BCBB Practice

Monday - January 13

Study Table - Sarah K

3:45 pm BABB Practice

5:30 pm GABB Practice

6:00 pm ESL

6:15 pm Grade School Band @ WISCO

6:30 pm Church

Tuesday - January 14

7:00 am Faculty Meeting

12:00 pm - Staff

3:45 pm GBBB Practice

5:00 pm Culver's Night

5:15 pm BBBB Practice

Wednesday - January 15

8:45 am Chapel Pastor Christie

9:00 am Principal's Conference at WISCO

6-8 Walking field Trip to Library.

12:30 pm Guitar Lessons

3:45 pm Boys A Practice

5:00 pm Boys B Practice

Thursday - January 16

3:45 pm Math Club 5K-2

3:45 pm GBBB Practice

6:30 pm GABB Practice

Friday - January 17 - End of Second Quarter

8:30 am Violin Lessons

4:00 pm GB2BB @ Atonement

5:00 pm GBBB @ Atonement

6:00 pm BBBB @ Atonement

7:00 pm GABB @ Atonement

8:00 pm BABB @ Atonement

Saturday - January 18

Girl's B Team Tournament @ Caledonia

9:00 am GCBB Practice

5:30 pm Church

Sunday - January 12

8:15 & 10:45 Church

8:15 am 3-5 Sings

12 pm Dance Team Practice

2:00 pm Girls BB Shooting Practice

5:30 pm BCBB Practice

Devotion Leader

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  • If you have anything for the faculty meeting please let me know by Monday.
  • Friday is the end of the Quarter so Grades will be due on Monday, January 20, by 7 pm.
  • Here is the link to the Technology Help Website. If you would like me to put anything on here please let me know.
  • Thank you for all of your hard work every week. We could not do everything that we do without it.


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Mind's Eye: A Pre-Reading Strategy

If you are looking for a new way to get your students interested in something you will be reading here is a strategy that might help.

Repairing Harm: A Better Alternative to Punishment

I think we often miss the conversation with the studnet to help them understand how their actions not only affect themselves but others. We can not just assume that students know how their actions affect others becuase we as adults see it.