PACE Newsletter

Week of October 11-14, 2016

Dear PACE Parents,

This week we continued our study of Ancient Rome. Our main focus for our lesson was Ancient Roman art. The students were able to view and analyze several pieces of Roman art. They used the art to draw conclusions about life in Ancient Rome. The students were also introduced to mosaics. They created a work of art inspired by the Roman mosaics.


SOCKTOBER is in full swing! The kids have been busy making posters and boxes to advertise the service project. Looks like the PACE classes will help out our local homeless shelters again this year.

Hopefully we will be enjoying wonderful fall weather soon!

Meg Farley mfarley@ems-isd.net

Homework


  • Design your own mosaic. It can be made out of anything such as paper, rocks, pasta, tape…
  • Make an acrostic poem using the word ROMAN.
  • Make a list of at least 5 facts you have learned about Ancient Rome so far. Rank them in order of importance to you.

Homework examples from last week!

Click the link below for the Reflections entry form

It's not too late!! Make one (or more!!!) project for Reflections. There are 6 categories! You can earn PACE bucks for each one. ***You will receive 20 PACE bucks for each entry in the contest. Some projects will take longer to create, so the students may have work on these the next few weeks. The due date for entering the Reflections contest is October 21st.

GEMSS--GIFTED EAGLE-MOUNTAIN SAGINAW STUDENTS


GEMSS is an organization of parents, educators, and others who are concerned with supporting and creating expanding opportunities for the education of gifted and talented students of all ages and their families. GEMSS supports and encourages the development of such programs, both within the public schools and as extra-curricular activities utilizing community and individual resources.

Use the link below to find the GEMSS membership form on the EMS website.