Thank you Mary for saying "Yes" to God, even though it meant you had to experience much sorrow, for you have blest our world!
As we start the month of Mary let us use her as a role model and try to only say positive words to one another both in person and on line. We make a difference in each others lives so let's make it a positive difference!
Tuesday, October 2: Superintendent Mrs. Mona Faulkner will be visiting, teacher meeting after school - NO HOMEWORK HELP; Last girls' volleyball and boys soccer games - let's watch and support your classmates!
Wednesday, October 3: "Yellow" free dress for $1 - help Riley Hanson's family
Thursday, October 4: 8:00 Rosary for the Month of Mary
Friday, October 5: Bring St. Vincent Lunches; 11:00 Blessing of the Animals Mass - pets sit with their ADULT owners, students can bring them for blessing after mass; 12:30 Dismissal
Saturday, October 6: 6pm Oktoberfest
8th Homework :
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10/4: As we said the Joyful mysteries today we could have reflected on what Mother Mary accepted in each one and then looked at our lives and seen where we might have to accept these experiences if we praise and trust God to guide our lives. Tonight, ON PAPER, match the mystery to what Mary accepted: (1) knowing she could/would be ridiculed - accepting humiliation for God; (2)knowing that she would experience great sorrow/pain from what should have been a joyful situation - accepting patience; (3)knowing that she was not the only person with an important story to tell - accepting selflessness; (4)knowing that she would need to put aside fear and anger and quietly ponder what happened in life - accepting humility; (5)knowing that many people would be tell her how to live her life and she would have to follow their advice - accepting powerlessness.
10/3: Lets try something tonight - take some quiet time and ask yourself how you did today on attitude and effort 1-5, did we do our best #1? If not, is there 1 thing we could try to do differently tomorrow? Let's try 1 change and see if anyone notices. Riley must have done a lot of #1 days - look what people have said about her and done for her. How will each of us be remembered?
10/2: Have you reviewed the 20 Mysteries? Please do - see if you can say the title of the mystery and a 1 line explanation.
10/1: Have you told your parents there is no homework help tomorrow, and shared your family envelope and pictures with them? Some of you still need to discuss the Safe Environment experience with your parents and have them answer their questions so you can return the back page.
10/4: Bring St. Vincent lunch. Continue to research your saint - look for personal connection points for your essay. $3 D Street donation. Review mysteries. Bible Search should have been turned in - Thank you.
10/1: Finish researching your saint and print out at least 3 sources. Bring these tomorrow with 2 hard copies. $3 D Street donation. Review mysteries.
10/1,2,3: Read Ch 1 S4 and Cornell note due Thursday
10/2,3,4: Lab: 7 Step Scientific Method *see below: WELL WRITTEN Lab Write-up Mission Impossible - due Friday;
10/1: p.47 #2-28 even
7 Life Science:
10/2,3: Lab: 7 Step Scientific Method *see below: WELL WRITTEN Lab Write-up for today
10/1: Write 6 Characteristics of Living Organisms 7 times in squares and check for accuracy; Finish Cornell Notes p.40-41
7 World History:
10/: European Countries: memorize location for #1-20 for Monday - SPELLING COUNTS; Quiz: Countries 1-20 next Monday; Countries 1- 25 next Thursday
7 Steps to the Scientific Method
1. Observe using...
2. Ask a Question about...
3. Form a hypothesis about...
4. Test your hypothesis by...
5. Analyze the results of...
6. Draw a conclusion by comparing your...
7. This is you publication.