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School now begins at 7:50.
   This time is intended to add minutes to the school day so that fewer 
 make up days will be needed should we miss days for weather, etc. It, also, allows time for breakfast in the classroom.
 
Glad you're back!
 
 
 
 

 

IF YOU ARE ABSENT FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME USE THIS FOR MAKEUP WORK. KEEP ALL WORK IN A FOLDER OR JOURNAL.

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MATH: 
Total the number of news items on the nightly news and divide by the amount of time given for the program - don't forget to subtract the commercial times. Write multiplication tables 1 through 12 daily. Use computer to pull math worksheets dealing with multiplication, fractions, dividing, and word problems-save all work in a hard copy form. These can be found on www.math worksheets.com. This is always the best way, because I can see where you are in comprehending the basics math skills.
SCIENCE: Use the computer to locate science subjects. Use the National Geographic website and the channel on t.v. to find interesting subjects to build a report. Give the date and time the show was broadcast or give the website you used to write the report. Don't forget to give a section on your opinion of the content of the source. Be ready and willing to read books and magazines at home.  Language can be done at school when you return. Reading is very important, so don't forget to find something to read. As we practice reading daily, we find a better understanding of the written word. You can read what you like, because we always want to be interested in what we spend our time doing. Alabama History is about our state and learning about what the state has to offer is a good way to spend your time when you feel up to it. Just be sure to jot down what you think of what you have learned for a discussion later. You should always feel free to ask a brother or sister from our school to pick up your missed work.