As a reminder maturation permission slips are due to Ms. Jessica by Friday March 4th. If your parents are choosing not to have you participate, your slip must still be turned in with “option 4” checked. Students who have not received or misplaced their slip may pick one up at Ms. Jessica’s desk.
This week we have the opportunity to learn about the Golden Rule in an assembly on Monday at 2 pm. This is an anti-bullying assembly.
Monday Tuesday Wed/Thur Friday
|Feb 22-26||Assembly & planning||Large Community Mtg lead by Ms. Fallon’s House||Work Cycle||Personal World (aka personal reflection)|
Member of the Archery Club had a great time at their meet over the weekend.
Please sign up for which room you would like to eat lunch in for the month of MARCH. We encourage students to coordinate with friends to select a room that works for them. Please do not sign up more than once, if you do all of your names will be deleted. Also make sure that you sign up with your correct name, all other names will be deleted. The sign up will close on March 1st, students who do sign up for a room will be assigned one by Ms. Jessica.
I will begin to post our Advisory activities on the blog so that all know what to expect at the end of the day.
Dates Monday Tuesday Wed/Thurs Friday
|Feb 15-19||No school||Power Skills activity (Critical thinking, inquiry, number sense, writing, resourcefulness, map skills)||Work Cycle – finish rubrics (planner, binder, work cycle) Hand out missing work reports||Personal World time – House can choose from Ethical Discussion activity or read and discuss chapter from They Broke the Law book. .|
Due to illness Ms. Lisa will not be able to attend parent teacher conferences tonight. If you would like you can email her to set up another time to meet. We apologize for any inconveniences this may cause you. At this time Ms. Lisa is planning on attending conferences on Wednesday and Thursday.
The 7th graders had a wonderful experience at Stem Fest last week. Students enjoyed exciting hands-on experiences with science and technology that sparked their imaginations and gave them a peek into their future career opportunities right here in Utah.
The WIOA youth program is a work/school program for youth age 14-24. WIOA has school incentive programs and a summer work program. To participate you must be able to meet of the qualifications. To find these qualifications and more information please follow this link.
If you are in need of a ride to the Ogden Front Runner Station please sign up here. Meet at the North Shore Parking lot at 9 am and your ride will leave at 9:10 am. We look forward to seeing you there.
Science Fair volunteers are still needed on February 17th and 18th 2016. Maria Montessori Academy will be having our annual science fair for the 4th and 5th graders on the 17th and for the 6th and 8th graders on the 18th of February. This is always an exciting time for our students and we need your help to make this a fun and memorable event. We need volunteers to help with a variety of tasks from set-up/clean-up, judging, judging coordinators, score keepers and snacks. No experience necessary for most of the tasks, also volunteers do not need to be parents of students participating in the science fair. Please contact Paula Dugan at firstname.lastname@example.org or Rob Garrett at email@example.com.