3rd Six Weeks

@ Your Skeeter Library

Science in the library

This was the six week for Science, with research projects for Health classes, Psychology classes, and Anatomy & Physiology. We would like to send shout-outs to teacher Albrecht, Coaches Webb, and Chandler, as well as Debbie Hammond for bringing in her College Prep class to practice the research process.


BACK TO NORMAL!

After being closed for a week of testing, the crowd is the norm.


TEACHING BY THE NUMBERS

Number of classes taught or co-taught in the library: 74
Number of times taught in the classroom: 54
Research lessons: 17


Thanks to a grant from the Mesquite ISD Foundation Slam Poets Joaquin Zihuatenejo and Natasha Carrizosa performed for MHS English II classes November 18 and 19. They also taught some writing techniques and listened to students perform. Comments from students were "I've never seen a poet before; it helps me understand why poets exist." "I am thinking about starting a journal and write poetry."
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3rd Six Weeks By the Numbers:

  • Number of students who used the library from 7:50-8:35: 7,493
  • Number of students who came individually during the school day: 1.974
  • Number of students who used the library during extended hours: 194


For sale in the library: Earbuds - $1.25, Pencils - 0.25, Hot Chocolate - $1.00.

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