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Friday, March 20th

Posted by jedrzem on March 20, 2020 in Class News |

6th Grade Exploring Language: Submit your German projects into me today. Check out the directions on Google Classroom and previous iBlog posts to see how to hand in the assignment. Email me with any concerns. Continue to study German greetings, numbers, colors, days, months & culture. Use the Quizlet sets on Google Classroom to practice. Next week, I plan to continue our curriculum using iLearn because I know you have a lot to submit in your core classes this week by today!

7th Grade Conversational Spanish: Make sure Animal Projects have been submitted to me today!!! Email me with any concerns.

Day #2 of Quizlet.live…Get ready for a game on Quizlet.live at 11:30am. The code to join will be posted on Google Classroom at 11:30am. The game will focus on colors & shapes today. Check out further directions on Google Classroom. Continue to study Quizlet sets 2.1, 2.2 & 2.3. Next week, I plan to continue our curriculum using iLearn because I know you have a lot to submit in your core classes this week by today!

8th Grade Yearlong Spanish: Any students that did not complete the bottom activity (Act. 9 ) in iLearn, email me your results. Late work will still be accepted.

Day #2 of Quizlet.live…Get ready for a game on Quizlet.live at 11:00am. The code to join will be posted on Google Classroom at 11:00am. I apologize for the technology inconvenience today! Please have a second tab open in case I need to update the code to get in. Technology can be tricky! Check out further directions on Google Classroom. Continue to study Ch. 4 Vocab 1 on Quizlet. The game will focus on school subjects today. Next week, I plan to continue our curriculum using iLearn because I know you have a lot to submit in your core classes this week by today!

Additional News: We will be distributing on the Notre Dame side of the building – drive through style – outside of door 17. 
Dearborn Schools has announced that O.L. Smith will be added as a student meal distribution site starting on Monday, March 23.

Students, parents or a family representative can stop by any of meal locations from 10 a.m. to noon each week day to pick up meals.  One bag will be handed out for each child under 18 in the home.  The Dearborn School student does not need to attend school at that building.  Students do not need to be present, and a designated person can pick up meals for all the children in the family.
The free grab-and-go meals include food for lunch and breakfast.  Meals for Saturday and Sunday can be picked up on Friday.  
Six other food sites opened on Tuesday, including Fordson, Edsel Ford and Dearborn high schools; McCollough-Unis; Salina Intermediate; and Woodworth Middle School.
Signage at each site will direct parents and students to where to enter the building.  Food will be near entrances, usually near the kitchen, to minimize the amount of time community members spend in the facilities.

The grab-and-go meals will be served at least through April 3.

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