While taking a break from grading I walked outside the library for a bit. This is what I saw.
These cheerleaders are great. They inspired my grandaughter to practice her cartwheels. Not all of the cheerleaders are in this video. Next time you practice outside please let me know and I would be happy to take another video.
Wish all of you the best this year! Your energy inspires us.
Thank you Mrs. Cardenas for being a great coach.
If you would like to join cheer and are in 4th grade or above, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs. Cardenas.
One does not have to be in classroom. Just click the link and get started. If you need any help contact me at email@example.com.
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Thank you so much for joining us.
Happy Coding and Good Luck!
OH! THE PLACES YOU'LL GO!
Welcome Promoting Class of 2030!
Congratulations to the Promoting 8th Grade Class. We Will Miss You!!!
FIRST Lego League Challenge opens in August
Hopes for the robotics club. Wish us luck!
Project-based, hands-on FIRST® programs introduce students to engineering and coding in an engaging, inclusive, and creative after-school or in-class learning environment where students work collaboratively to solve an annual robotics challenge centered around a yearly theme. Boosted by a million-strong global community of students, mentors, educators, volunteers, sponsors, and alumni in over 100 countries, our PreK-12 programs are designed to inspire innovation and help young people build a better future.
Ms. Romm's class planted cantaloupes with the first batch of compost. 4-13-2022
Welcome, I am happy to have you here. Please download the zipped folder above. I will show you how to extract the files. Then choose an inventor/invention you would like to write about. Write 2 facts and 1 opinion about what you discovered in your journal. Choose your robot. Journal about what you would like to create with your robot. Draw what it may look like. Then we will start working on our Robots. Last 5 minutes clean up and journal how your project went today. Hope all of you have a wonderful time creating, discovering, and collaboration!
2nd Grade were doing Lesson 12: Build a Flappy Game
This lesson combines skill-building around events with a mini-project where students get to build their own Flappy Bird game. At the end of the lesson, students will be able to customize their game by changing the visuals or rules.
Events are very common in computer programs. In this lesson, students will further develop their understanding of events by making a Flappy Bird game. Students will learn to make their character move across the screen, make noises, and react to obstacles based on user-initiated events.
The following games were created by the 2 grade class. We hope you enjoy playing them.
The Kinder are doing Lesson 4: Programming with Rey and BB-8
In this skill-building lesson, students will use their newfound programming skills in more complicated ways to navigate a tricky course with BB-8.
With transfer of knowledge in mind, this lesson gives students a new environment to practice the skills that they have been cultivating. Star Wars fans will jump for joy when they see these puzzles. Each puzzle in this series has been added to provide a deeper understanding of the basic concepts that they will be using throughout the rest of this course.
The 6th Grade are doing Lesson 14: Conditionals in Minecraft: Voyage Aquatic
In this context-setting lesson, students will get the chance to practice content that they have learned up to this point, as well as getting a sneak peek at conditionals!
This set of puzzles will work to solidify and build on the knowledge of loops, and introduce conditionals. By pairing these two concepts together, students will be able to explore the potential for creating fun and innovative programs in a new and exciting environment.
Starting Somthing New
4th - 7th grade will be learning about their community while building their own in a program called Minetest.