March 13, 2020

UpComing Dates

Saturday - March 14

Piano festival @ WISCO

Wrestling Meet @ WISCO cancelled.

5:30 pm Church

Sunday - March 15

8:15 & 10:45 Church

1:30 pm Honors Recital Piano @ WISCO

Monday - March 16

Study Table - Jason

3:45 pm Wrestling Practice

4:30 pm Make A Splash

6:00 pm ESL

6:15 pm Grade School Band @ WISCO

6:30 pm Church

Tuesday - March 17

12:00 pm - Staff and Operations

3:45 pm Faculty Meeting PD

4:00 pm Math Track @ WISCO

Wednesday -March 18 - No Study Table

8:45 am Chapel Pastor O

12:30 pm Guitar Lessons

3:45 pm Lenten Service

4:30 pm Lenten Supper

6:30 pm Lenten Service

7:30 pm Chruch Council Meeting (Transition Plan)

Thursday - March 19

3:45 pm Wrestling Practice

4:00 pm Open House

Friday - March 20 - End of 3rd Quarter

8:00 - Violin Lessons

2:45 pm - Junior Choir Practice

Saturday - March 21

9:00 am 5-6 Forensics @ WISCO

8:30 am Wrestling @ St. Paul's Muskego

5:30 pm Church

Sunday - March 22

8:15 & 10:45 Church

Devotion Leader

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  • Quarter ends on Friday and Grades are due by Sunday night of Spring Break.
  • I will keep you updated if anything regarding COVID-19 changes.
  • Wednesday is Lent so plan your after school activities accordingly and try to be out to the parking lot by 3:30 to help with dismissal.
  • 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.


“Education is a continual process, it’s like a bicycle… If you don’t pedal you don’t go forward.”

George Weah


Learning vs Task Completion

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How to do Cooperative Group Work Better

We all know that cooperative group work is good and can teach good 21st-century skills. However, we can not just expect kids to know how to work in groups. This article has some great resources to help set students up for success.

The Magic of Validation

This is a great reminder of not only what is a bad way to respond to other people or students but gives good examples of how to respond in a way that will build the relationship instead of tearing it apart.