Let us ask God to bless all people in new experiences in life and help them trust in His love and care!
Let us keep the McMillin family and the Rotondaro family in our prayers. May their hearts feel comfort as they cherish the memories of their son, husband, father, brother, friend, and ask God that they may feel His love.
Monday, October 7:
Tuesday, October 8: 9:45 Visit Cherish - drivers please arrive by 9:40 and a big THANK YOU to Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Covert, Mrs. Williams (Adam's aunt), Mrs. Stephens, and Mrs. Vidauri for driving!
Wednesday, October 9:
Thursday, October 10: 8:15 Rosary; 10:00 Paul Rotondaro's funeral - 8th grade will leave campus at 9:15.
Friday, October 11: Make D Street Meal; End of 1st Quarter
? of the Day:
10/10: All of you experienced a very special occasion today. Please share with your parents what you saw and your thoughts and feelings. Please also say a quiet prayer for all of Mr. Rotondaro's family but especially Kiersten tonight.
8th Grade Homework
10/10: $3.00 D Street Donation for Friday's meal; Sunday readings and Faith Journal connections due Monday
10/7-10: p.32-38 in text - chart the facts of the Native American groups on the worksheet - ONLY 3 GROUPS PER SHEET as I will be adding in more information - due Friday
10/8: memorize the 28 + 7 extra lab apparatus names and usage on notecards for Wed lab test -SPELLING COUNTS! *balance scale: used to measure the mass of an object; centimeter tape: to measure the size of an object; compound light microscope: to view what the naked eye cannot; fire starter: to ignite gas, spark a fire; goggles: protect the eyes while viewing experiments; magnifying glass: to enlarge objects for viewing; thermometer: to measure energy=motion=heat
10/8: p.33 #2-14 even
10/7: p.29 Mixed Review all
7th Grade Homework:
10/10: Study 35 lab apparatus - know for test next Tues/Wed lab periods - SPELLING COUNTS!
10/10: quiz on the 8 European countries: Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania tomorrow. Write locations of 8 European countries [Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania] by naming the countries to the north, south, east, and west of them as done in class.