It is time once again to begin the process of classroom assignments for the 2015-16 school year. We invite your feedback on any special concerns you have about your child that we may not be aware of, and/or any personal concerns you may have regarding your child’s placement. “Parental Input for Student Placement” forms will be sent home with students on Wednesday, April 1st, and are due to your child’s classroom teacher by Thursday, April 30th. You can get a copy of the form here.
See this month's Principal's Corner for more information.
The April Math and Science Newsletter has a recipe for making your own bubbles mixture at home and a experiment: which lasts longer hot bubbles or cold ones? You can also make your own binoculars and dominoes.
The Reading Connection Newsletter has advice for starting your own writer's notebook and how to start a home library.
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The report includes a brief statement of the mission of the school, enrollment statistics, expenditures per student for the school year, student attendance and historical information on the school building and an invitation to all parents and citizens to participate in school activities. They also list district and building goals as well as highlights from the previous school year.
Visit the Walla Walla Public Schools website for information on Bullying Prevention, Reporting Procedures, School District Procedures, Safe Schools, Web use and Social Media Guidelines.
Don't be part of the problem. Be part of the solution.
Boltage is about changing habits. What happened to walking and biking to school - you know, like when you were a kid? These days we seem to jump in our cars to do just about anything. And now we have some pretty severe environmental, energy and health problems. It's time to do something about it.
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Moby Max will deliver instruction and practice that is tailored to your child’s individual needs. Since Moby Max is a web-based service, your child can access it from your home computer at any time. Moby Max now includes both Math and Reading practice modules, and lots of fun games.
The Center for Game Science is supported by the UW Department of Computer Science and Engineering and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Here are the games we have tried in the school computer lab
All these games are available free of charge. Give them a try!
Computer science develops students’ computational and critical thinking skills and shows them how to create, not simply use, new technologies. Here are links to resources our students have used.