The Trojan Times
News from October 26th - October 30th
MADE BY DIGITAL JOURNALISM STUDENTS
Written by Jamie Folds, Jaden Hancin, Will Kell, Jada McCollum, Skyilar Mitchell, Joseph Sandefur, Meadow Stowell, Kate Walden, and Holly Yazdi
A message from our Superintendent
CLASSROOM NEWS (not all classes listed)
Duke and Holt- Project: Branches of government. Students need poster board by Wednesday.
Nettles- Reading 7th grade. Test Wednesday
Lindsey- Testing on Skeletal Muscular System Thursday
Smith- Regular: Test Tuesday Advanced: Test Wednesday
Duke/Holt- Project: Branches of government. Students need poster board by Wednesday.
Kinard- Quiz on Chapter 22 organ systems on Friday. Check Moodle for Key words
Law - Start Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry
White - Start chapter 6 Newton's Laws of Motion
Benefield - In the lab about friction and force.
Madison Ap - Filling dialectical soumal
Regular - Reading Hunger Games
Now Watch me Whip!
MEET MRS. KAREN PEARSON
What else would you like to see with the stakeholders?
Mrs. Pearson said she would like to have some sort of list of list of stakeholders who would be interested in sharing their expertise with the students.
If you weren't a teacher what would you want to be?
She said she would want to be a vet if she wasn't a teacher.
If you could go anywhere on summer break where would it be? Why?
Mrs. Pearson said she would want to go to London. She said she loves the British culture and she said she'd always wanted to travel to London.
Where did you go to college? What degrees do you have?
She graduated from Minnesota-Duluth with a Bachelor's degree. She also got a Master's degree from South Alabama.
How old were you when you decided to be a teacher?
Mrs. Pearson decided to be a teacher at the age of 19.
Art (Bittinger): Starting Unit on Africa. Students will create tribal masks using drape mold and plaster gauze, and decorate it with acrylics and 3D materials for their first project.
21st Century Skills (Pearson): Students will create iBooks using iBooks Author. Four blogs and 8 comments are due.
Band (Thomas): Students will play at the championship game. Test on MST measures 1-8. 8TH: Veterans Day & Christmas Music.
7TH: Christmas Music.
FACS (K. Taylor): Continue cooking.
Choir (Trawick): Students will work on choreography for Ragtime Musical.
Peer Helpers (Blake): Working on Red Ribbon Week signs. For more info on Red Ribbon Week, see below.
Tech night! This Monday @ 6 in the Library
TSA: October 26th is the Parent evening tech night hosted by TSA.
NJHS: Stating to collect toys for tots November 4. Next meeting this Thursday the 29th
FCCLA: There will be a meeting on October 30th, until 4:30. They will be making blankets for the severely ill children at local hospitals.
YOGA: Practice Wednesday until 4:30