Today we are MAP testing. If you missed, we are here tomorrow, or you can come to CP next week.
Today students reviewed for the roots assessment!
Due to MAP testing this week, the assessment will be moved to Monday.
Using the Lyndon Johnson article from last week, students wrote (using paragraph structure!) about the history of poverty in America.
Students reviewed the roots! Assessment is next week!
Today we examined whether a person can actually survive on minimum wage, and students selected a career and we tested the salary against a minimum wage worker.
Today students examined what poverty looks like around the world, via children's bedrooms.
We talked about why some children's rooms indicated poverty, and how that compares to what we understand poverty to be like here in America.
We have recommenced root words!
Assessment is in two weeks!
Today we took our required semester two type two pre assessment.
Stay warm this weekend!
Students, using the questions below, wrote TWO letters for their goals this semester. One letter is addressed to me, and the other is addressed to the student's future self.
This is the seventh year Mrs. DeWitz has taught Freshman. It is her eighth year at Thornton.