Cardinal Family Newsletter
It's A Great Day to Be a Cardinal!
Dear FFMS Students, Parents and Guardians:
Happy Tuesday. I have asked parents to fill out a survey for me, and realized yesterday there were some issues with having to sign in to google to take it or it said they already took it. I believe I have fixed this glitch. So if possible, could you please try and take the survey for me. the link is below. Thank you.
Have a great week .
Have a great week!
Girl's With Goggles
21st CCLC YMCA Summer Program 2020
21st CCLC YMCA Summer
When- May 26th - June 26th, 9:00 am-1:30 pm (Breakfast at 8:30, Lunch Provided) End time subject to change based on field trip
Where- Felicity-Franklin HS Wifi Cafe
Why: Challenge yourself, Learn, Have Fun, Become a leader, Enhance yourself
Who: current 7th grade - 12th grade
Activities: Fishing, Scene 75, Bowling, Camp Kern (4 days & 3 nights), Swimming, STEM Projects, Clay Modeling, Spray paint art, Community Service, Reading, Writing, Movies, Hiking, Kings Island, Martial Arts, Self Defense (Activities are subject to change)
Transportation: You will be responsible for getting to and from school. No bus services provided.
Pre-Registration- Hold your SPOT! If you and your child are interested and are able to provide transportation for your child, please fill out the information below and return to school. Additional information in April will be sent home. Orientation camp day, May 6th at 6pm in Wifi Cafe. Return to Homeroom teacher or 1st Period teacher by 2/21.
Student Name:___________________Grade:__ Parent Name:___________________
E-mail address_________________________ Phone Number:___________________
Form to fill out for YMCA summer program
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Websites for Middle School Students and Younger
It seems like many of the educational sites around the web were created with either the elementary student or the college student in mind. But there are a number of sites that would be of interest to students in the middle school grades. Here are 20 to explore.
Shmoop - Shmoop offers an excellent collection of fun and lively study guides created by teachers and education experts. The site provides guides to literature, bestselling books, poetry, Shakespeare, U.S. history, civics, music, economics, and more.
BJ Pinchbeck Homework Helper - Created in the 1990s by nine-year-old BJ Pinchbeck, this small online reference has evolved into a comprehensive research site with hundreds of homework help links. Some of the topics covered on BJ Pinchbeck Homework Helper include art, computer science, English, foreign languages, health, math, music, science, and social studies.
Learn Out Loud - Learn Out Loud provides an extensive directory of free audio books, lectures, speeches, interviews, and other educational audio and video resources. All of the materials within the directory can be downloaded as mp3 files or streamed online.
Whyville - Whyville helps middle schoolers learn about art history, science, journalism, civics, and economics through exploration and communication. As Whyville citizens, students can play games, chat with friends, and much more.
FreeRice.com - This UN World Food Program site teaches civic responsibility while quizzing visitors on everything from English grammar and vocabulary to chemical symbols and prealgebra. For every multiple choice trivia question that site visitors answer correctly, the UN donates ten grains of rice to help feed the hungry.
Book Adventure - Book Adventure is a free online reading program that welcomes children in grades K-8. The goal of the program is to get kids to read more and improve reading comprehension. Site visitors can use the site to create their own book lists, get reading recommendations, take quizzes on books they have read, and earn points and prizes for reading efforts.
Bookwink - Created for students in grades three through eight, Bookwink publishes short audio podcasts and videos designed to get kids excited about reading. The site offers book recommendations by subject, grade level, author, or title.
Read Print - Read Print is a free online library that contains thousands of novels, poems, plays, and stories in the public domain. Site visitors can search for books by author, title, or genre.
Book Builder - Middle schoolers who visit this site can create, publish, and share their own digital books online. They can also read free digital books created by other people.
WritingFix - Sponsored by the Northern Nevada Writing Project, Writing Fix provides a place for young writers to improve their craft. Site resources include free prompts, lessons, articles, and other writing resources.
Math Playground - This site is intended for elementary and middle school students. Site visitors can play math games, solve logic problems, watch math videos, and much more.
Lure of the Labyrinth - Created specifically for middle school students, this free online math game guides students through a digital labyrinth of math-based puzzles. Players must solve prealgebra problems to save their missing pet and win the game.
GeoEdu - GeoEdu is an atlas and an educational game that helps players learn geography. The game contains more than 100,000 questions and allows players to choose from multiple levels of play.
ARKive - ARKive is a lively science site devoted to the conservation of endangered species around the world. Educational resources include news, photos, videos, article, reference materials, and more.
Artopia - Designed for middle school students with an interest in visual and performing arts, this site displays important works of art and allows users to build their own portfolio of artwork. Artopia users can also critique art, watch movies, and view student art.
Stage'D - Stage'D is a free online tool that can be used to create animated comics. New backgrounds and animations are constantly being added.
iLike - iLike has combined music with social media to create an application that connects music fans with their favorite artists. iLike can also be used to share music and learn about new artists.
Glogster - Glogster makes it easy for middle school students to get creative and express themselves through posters. Site users can create their own online posters using text, images, music, and video.
Twrivia - Twrivia combines trivia with Twitter. A new trivia question is posted each day. Twitter users who answer the question correctly and quickly can earn a place on the site's leader board.
FreeDocumentaries.org - This site streams popular full-length documentaries and educational films. No download or registration is required.
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