GRANDPARENTS AND SPECIAL FRIENDS DAY
So excited to have all the visitors today. Can the students save the Grandparents and Special Friends in our TWO breakouts? Watch for pictures on Twitter - www.twitter.com/cclsakerson
END OF THE YEAR FIELD TRIPS
Thanks to everyone who signed up to go on various field trips. We need to finalize numbers next week. So if you are planning to join us for any of the three days, please submit THIS FORM Thank you!
Don’t let this wait! Get those service hours in and the REFLECTIVE WRITE UP submitted.
Week 33 is due Monday, April 30th.
Week 34 AND LAST ONE OF THE YEAR is due Monday, May 7th. It is Confession part 4 and the Office of the Keys.
We did some reteaching of tough concepts this week. Next week we’ll get back to regularly scheduled lessons and homework. Stay on top of it and don’t get behind. Finish strong!
This week in discipleship we started our discussion on prayer. We talked about where, when, why, and how we can pray on Monday. More to come next week.
In CFP we had an interesting story about Paul and his call to Macedonia. We had a great discussion about feeling and listening to God’s call in our lives.
Next week we’ll discuss Paul and Silas in prison
7th GRADE SOCIAL STUDIES
So proud of the 7th graders effort with a new technology toy. They used merge cubes, an augmented reality tool, to demonstrate their learning about Maya and Aztec culture. They presented in class their creations and what they learned. You can see a 30 second clip of just the merge cube creation on their Seesaw accounts. Have them explain what each side of the cube means. This was an awesome moment for their geeky teacher! (NOTE - Mr. Spangler’s class will post their projects Monday.
Next week we’ll move to study the Inca for one day, and then we’ll move into our final unit, the Renaissance.