Archive for March, 2018

QUEST students at Tesago participate in a parent presentation of the dissection of a cow’s eye as part of their science biology unit.

QUEST students at Tesago participate in a parent presentation of the dissection of a cow’s eye as part of their science biology unit.

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Acadia accelerated earth science students went over to Mrs. Banagan’ s second grade class to teach the students about the different agents of erosion. More info and photos…

Acadia accelerated earth science students went over to Mrs. Banagan’ s second grade class to teach the students about the different agents of erosion. More info and photos…

Written by on March 29, 2018 in Photos

Acadia accelerated earth science students went over to Mrs. Banagan’ s second grade class to teach the students about the different agents of erosion.  The 8th graders taught about glaciers, waves, rivers, mass movement, soil type, and cave formations.  They finished off the lesson with a flip grid summary about erosion!  They had a great […]

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Gowana gr. 8 students in Mr. Symonds’ tech classes take a levers quiz based on the parts of a motorcycle. They had to identify a 1st, 2nd and 3rd class levers.

Gowana gr. 8 students in Mr. Symonds’ tech classes take a levers quiz based on the parts of a motorcycle. They had to identify a 1st, 2nd and 3rd class levers.

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Shatekon 4th graders in Mrs. Gould’s class reviewed fractions and measuring while baking Irish soda bread before St. Patrick’s Day.

Shatekon 4th graders in Mrs. Gould’s class reviewed fractions and measuring while baking Irish soda bread before St. Patrick’s Day.

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Ms. Sutherland and Ms. DeCerbo’s FSD classrooms at Acadia Middle School celebrated Worldwide Down Syndrome Day 3/21/18 spreading awareness around the school by rocking crazy socks! 

Ms. Sutherland and Ms. DeCerbo’s FSD classrooms at Acadia Middle School celebrated Worldwide Down Syndrome Day 3/21/18 spreading awareness around the school by rocking crazy socks! 

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Tesago students dressed like their teacher Mrs. Chudzinski  choosing her stylish denim chic!

Tesago students dressed like their teacher Mrs. Chudzinski choosing her stylish denim chic!

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The Valley Cat’s Southpaw was a mystery guest at Okte’s Morning Program! More photos…

The Valley Cat’s Southpaw was a mystery guest at Okte’s Morning Program! More photos…

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Shatekon students enjoy learning at the ENL Afterschool Program.

Shatekon students enjoy learning at the ENL Afterschool Program.

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I saw a kid wearing a confederate flag shirt for the entire day and didn’t get dress coded. He wore it all day and nothing was done!! How come shen preaches equality and kindness but can let this absurd person wear something so disrespectful and do nothing about it.

Written by on March 29, 2018 in Grapevine

A. That needs to be brought to the attention of the principal. It states in the District Code of Conduct BOE 4410R under dress code “In order to promote and foster a culturally proficient school environment preserving respect, dignity, and civility, students shall not wear or display racially or ethnically provocative or divisive symbols or […]

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Are teachers legally allowed to hold someones phone over a break or a weekend?

Written by on March 29, 2018 in Grapevine

A.  Anything confiscated from a student should be turned into the main office, with the determination made by the principal. Typically it is by the end of the day, unless the phone or device is evidence in an investigation, at which point the parent should be made aware.

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