4.1: April 14-18

 

LETTER FROM Mr. Nelson

Hello Mr. Thompson and Mr. Levear:

As I mentioned to you before, this Friday is very critical time for the show — Here are some things I’d love you announce to the class:

1) all parts (except narrators and anyone at the “anchor” table) need to be memorized. You may bring your script on stage for Friday to look at – but do not use it if your character speaks from center-stage. Starting Monday – no scripts on stage.

2) Black pants or skirts — My wife (Susan) and I have more than enough outfits for everyone – BUT – we have often found that some students, if they have a pair of solid black pants or skirt – would like to wear their own. This is fine with us — but you MUST bring it with you on Friday to be put into your bag.

3) Costuming — Mrs. Nelson will call you down for costuming either by groups (i.e. Hornbooks, Compromise, Pilgrims, etc) or individually.

4) For parents — we would love to have 2-4 parent volunteers (if possible) meet us at 10:30am (I’m assuming we can get into the auditorium at 10:30) – and help unload, and then help in the morning (11-12:05) with distributing costumes.

5) For teachers — I will also bring the flags/liberty bell backdrop on Friday — we may be able to get it up during the lunch time if we can get a large ladder (I think we found that a 10′ worked). We also have the banner for the front of the stage.

Thanks everyone!!!

Ralph Nelson
Choir Director and Artist in Residence
503-702-1973

FINAL REHEARSALS
April 18 11:00 -12:00 p.m. & 1:00-2:30 p.m., Run Through #1- plus Costuming
April 21 1:00- 2:45 Run Through #2
April 22 1:00- 2:45 Dress Rehearsal
SHOWTIME: April 23, 1p.m. and 6:30 p.m.


MAC ATTACK SPONSOR FORMS AND COLLECTIONS DUE ON OR BEFORE THURSDAY, APRIL 24.

Volunteer Opportunities Link
• Volunteers needed to work our Earth Day plant sale pick up April 22
from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m..

Fused-Glass Artist- Kurumi Conley

Fused-Glass Artist- Kurumi Conley

4.15 OAKS testing: Reading, 1:30-3:00
4.16 Two hour late start, school begins at 10:45 (tardy bell)
4.22 Earth Day Plant Pick Up, 3:00-4:00 p.m.
4.23 Glass Art with Kurumi Conley (Cost $10 small dish, $15 large dish, scholarships available upon request)
4.23 Fourth/Fifth Grade Musical: Ring Out the Bells of Freedom, 6:30 p.m.
4.24 Garden Work Party 3:00-5:00
5.6 Taiko residency begins, part 2 (May 6,8,13,15,20,22)
5.6 OAKS testing: Science, 1:30-3:00

This week in…

Science
Permaculture: Soil Science
Humus- the work of fungi, bacteria, nematodes, bugs and worms

にほんご

Dialog 1
A: すみません、えいごがわかりますか。
B: いいえ、わかりません。にほんごがわかりますか。
A: はい、すこしわかります。
B: あなたは,アメリカじんですか。
A: はい、わたしはアメリカじんです。
Dialog 2
A: すみません、にほんごがわかりますか。
B: はい、すこし。
A: あなたは、アメリカじんですか。
B: はい、わたしはアメリカじんです。えいごが、わかりますか。
A: いいえ、わかりません。

Math
Unit: Algebraic Thinking
• Exploring Equations
• A Tale of Two Patterns, parts 1-2 

Humanities
Native American History-
• Iriquois
• Three sisters guild: integration rather than segregation concept of food production, growing practices learned through careful observation that mimic nature.

Reading
Johnny Tremain
Chapter 8: A World to Come
Chapter 9: The Scarlet Deluge
Chapter 10: Disperse Ye Rebels

Writing
• iMovie- green team 60-90 second public announcement videos
• Pechakucha positive change projects (20 slides, 20 seconds per slide) Finish slides 11-15