Please remember we will be going outside most days. Please dress accordingly.
Please see the message below from Erica Eggerding and consider signing up to help our class with the Auction Classroom Challenge
As you know, the CCLS "Hearts on Fire" Dinner Auction will be held on February, 18, 2017! The Classroom Challenge is a chance for all CCLS families to participate, even if they cannot attend the event. Each classroom that collectively donates each of the following will be awarded a "Free Dress and Popcorn Day" (for Elementary and Middle School Classes) or "Teddy Bear and Popcorn Day" (for ECE Campuses):
- 2 Volunteers
- 2 Desserts
- 2 Donated Items
- 5 Tuition Raffle Tickets
- 1 Table of Guests (1 table= 10 Guests)
Parents can sign up to contribute to their child(ren)'s Classroom Challenge by clicking on the appropriate link(s) below. Classroom Challenge links will also be available on the Dinner Auction Website along with each classroom's progress towards meeting the Challenge. The deadline for completing the Challenge is January 13, 2017.
Classroom Challenge- 5- Akerson
Classroom Challenge- 5- Brown
In Discipleship this week we looked at the Holy Spirit and how he works in our lives. Next week we will be exploring prophecies about Jesus that came true in the Christmas story.
In CFP this week we looked at the Integrity that Joseph showed before Jesus was born.
Next week’s memory is the last of 2016. It is the close of the commandments and verses of O Come all Ye Faithful.
Students have a math test tomorrow. (Monday, 12/12) They should have brought home their pre-test to have signed for a bonus point on the test.
Also there is no xtramath required this week. Students should know the extra credit opportunity they have available for this coming week.
We will be doing a Pirate challenge and some work on double and triple digit multiplication this coming week.
7th GRADE SOCIAL STUDIES
We are going to knock out our Japan unit before Christmas break. Just what the heck is SPEED LEARNING???? Hopefully students can tell you after Monday and Tuesday.
Students should have their question and 30 second presentation ready for their assigned day. All that information can be found in the Google Classroom assignment.
Blessings on your week!