Monthly Archives: November 2013

Salmon Release Field Trip Volunteers Needed

First off, it was great getting together with everybody for conferences. I learn so much from meeting with and hearing from parents that it makes me wish we could do this the first couple of weeks of school. I have … Continue reading

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Class Notes for Movember, I Mean, November 18-22, 2013

This is a week of finishing projects and units of study. Starting with our Oregon geography unit, the class will be gathering information on the climate, physical features, natural resources, and tourist attractions on a specific region of Oregon and … Continue reading

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They’re Alive!!!

The salmon hatched over the weekend and are testing out their new-found freedom by scooting all over the tank with their powerful (for their size) tails. They have left behind the thin shell that protected them up to this time. … Continue reading

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Class Notes for Nov. 12-15, 2013

The class had a wet but successful field trip to the Lelooska Cultural Center in Ariel, WA last Thursday. Our class, along with the other two classes from Lewis, were respectful listeners during the performance put on the Lelooska family. … Continue reading

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Happy Veterans Day 2013

This is more of a personal post than usual, but there is a connection to Room 24 in it. It is an adaptation of a post I did last year about this time of year. There are many ways to … Continue reading

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Class Notes for Nov. 4-7, 2013

It was so good to come back and visit the kids and parents last week at the Drama performance! I am ready to get back in the swing of things and work with the kids over the coming months. I … Continue reading

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Information About Lelooska Field Trip

This Thursday we head up to Ariel, Washington to visit the Lelooska Cultural Center. Follow the links below to get more information about the Cultural Center. There is a very informative article in The Oregonian and some¬†outstanding photographs of some … Continue reading

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