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Dec. 04, 2014

Aikido of Cincinnati

from:Meehan-Dorr, Megan

to:Aikido 5-8

During the course of this school year I am making it mandatory for all Aikido students to attend a class at Aikido of Cincinnati free of charge.  I have held off making the announcement of this assignment because I wanted to make sure the students had enough time with me to feel comfortable with the content and etiquette of the dojo to get the most out of the experience.  Over the winter break may be a good opportunity to get this assignment completed if it works with your families schedule.  Some students may be interested in the Monday evening advanced youth class and some of the upper level students would be more comfortable in the adult classes.  I have spoken with the students to let them know which group I feel would best suit them.  A complete list of the class schedule and the location of the school can be found at Aikidocincy.com.  The students need to attend the class and then write a short paper describing the experience and some of the techniques they covered.  This assignment does not need to be done until the end of the school year but it is my hope that they will get this done early and perhaps begin to attend classes regularly at that school.  If it is an impossibility to attend a class there I can make up another assignment but nothing could compare to the experience of using the content of our class in action at the dojo. If you have any questions please contact me through email. 

April 15, 2014

Literary Analysis assignment, Kim, due April 28

from:Heflin, Rick

to:Literature of Second Millennium Empires

This is our Analysis of the novel, Kim, by Rudyard Kipling, that we have been reading for a few weeks.  This assignment is due on Monday, April 28, two weeks after its assignment.

Sept. 03, 2013

lesson 3

from:Peng, Ling

to:Chinese I / II Grades 6- 12

一.  review lesson 2:

1. greeding with extending the sentences: 

  A.How are you?  

  B. I'm very good (good;   not bad;  ok;  pretty good) , Thank you!  How about you?

  A. I'm good also!(pretty good;  not bad....)

2. exercise Words searching: (print out sheet)

二. new lesson(3)

1. goal No.1 :  be able to count to 10 in chinese;

2. goal No. 2:  be able to use pronouns:  yours; my...

3. goal No. 3:  be able to say : friend

三. work book:

pg.10-pg 13  all the exercises!

 

 

 

finish Lesson 3

 

                                                                                                        

                               

Aug. 27, 2013

Chinese 1 for week of 8/26/2013

from:Peng, Ling

to:Chinese I

Chinese Made easy 1 for Kids  (for class room 6)     Henry R. and  Riley G

Lesson 3:

1. learn new words  老师, 您早, 你好, 再见 ;

A.  make short diologues.  

B. be able to say the new words in Pin Yin and recognize the new Characters.

2 . class exercise  from page 10-15.  

3.   home work:( due on Thur.29/8)

      pg15--    #2,  #3

      pg16--    #5

      pg18--    #9  (as  a bonus work)

      pg19--   #10,  #11

 

Aug. 26, 2013

Chinese 2 for week of 08/26/2013-08/30/2013

from:Peng, Ling

to:Chinese II

CHinese made easy Book 1  (for class in Room 3)   Nathan R.  and  Marilyn B.

1. finish Lesson 1- Lesson 2

2. be able to say 17 words and 10 phrases in PinYin (without looking at book):

生字 new words :你   好   您   早   再   见   吗   不   错   还   可  以   我   很   谢   呢   也  

词语 phrase:   你好(早)  您好(早)  再见   不错  还不错  可以  还可以  谢谢 很好 

3.  be able to recognize 10 or more characters?

4.  bonus work: be able to write 5 or more Characters?

5.  PinYin practice: using Book "Chinese Pronunciation" :  Unit 1 (use print out sheets)

6.  Home work : (due on Thur. 29/8)

      Lesson 1:     all    (excerpt No.6?)

      Lesson 2:     all    ( excerpt No.3?)

 

 

May 27, 2013

Exam tomorrow on Chapter 9

from:Bowen, Paul

to:Geometry

Dear gifted and hard-working students and their parents:

 

There will be an exam tomorrow on Chapter 9.

May 12, 2013

Exam on Tuesday!

from:Bowen, Paul

to:Geometry

There will be a Geometry exam on Tuesday, May 14. It will cover Section 8. It will very likely cover one of the problems in Set II, pp.300-301.

March 24, 2013

Geometry Assignment due 4/2

from:Bowen, Paul

to:Geometry

The Geometry assignment due in class on 4/2 is:

Read Lesson 3 on pp. 178-9. Turn in exercises (or not) in accordance with your grade on the last exam.

 

March 21, 2013

Spring Break Homework

from:Cox, Amber

to:Sign Language 3-8

Hello Students!!!!

Just a reminder... The homework for over break is to write a story about a trip to the zoo. Or.. Sea World. Or Yellowstone. Or somewhere else where you'd see animals. The story needs to be at least three minutes when signed. I want it in ASL grammar: So topic comment sentences, rethoricals, yes/no sentences, conditionals, time sequetials, wh questions, use of space, and facial expressions. If you need any help with the grammar, please email me!!! You can use my school email (acox@schillingschool.org) or my personal email (miss.amber.1990@gmail.com). Have a lovely break and I'll see you next week!!!!!

~Ms. Cox :o)

March 07, 2013

Study Guide

from:Cox, Amber

to:Sign Language 3-8

Hello Students!!!!!!!

So all of you "should" have the study guide from 1st and 2nd quarter. However, just to be safe, I am attaching it to this message. If you have any problems or questions, please feel free to email me!!!! Have a lovely weekend!!! And please study...

~Ms. Cox

Jan. 05, 2013

Homework for Tuesday

from:Cox, Amber

to:Sign Language 3-8

Hi Students,

This is a reminder that we have sentences due in class on Tuesday January 8, 2013. I would like you to have two of each of the six sentence types. This includes Topic/Comment, Wh Questions, Yes/No Questions, Rethoricals, Time Sequential, and Conditionals. Be ready to sign them in class. Thanks and I'll see you Tuesday!!! 

 

~Ms. Cox

Nov. 10, 2012

Class on Tuesday the 13th

from:Cox, Amber

to:Sign Language 3-8

Hello Students!!! 

This is a reminder that you have a paragraph due in class this coming Tuesday. It needs to be 5 to 7 sentences on the topic of your choice. Please look up the signs you are unsure of ahead of time. I will provide some links to help you do that. I will also give you a few minutes at the start of class to ask any other questions you may have. I'm looking forward to seeing you all sign!!! Have a good weekend!!!

~Ms. Cox

http://aslbrowser.commtechlab.msu.edu/browser.htm

http://www.signingsavvy.com

http://www.aslpro.com

Oct. 01, 2012

Report on the last Ice Age in Ohio

from:Stevens, John

to:Science 5-6

Students will be required to produce a one-page, SINGLE- spaced paper about the last Ice Age in Ohio. All of the same rules apply like the last paper ( see requirements for geology of Ohio paper) The paper is due by e-mail ( jstevens@schillingschool.org ) no later than next Sunday night, September 30th.

Sept. 28, 2012

One- page paper on important Greek

from:Stevens, John

to:Social Studies 7-8

Use rules from last paper to do a one-page paper on an important Greek. Remember to include  a reference page  and list the references in the body of the paper like this (wiki,1)  not like this (1). All of the Times New Roman, 12 point, single space 1"margin rules apply here as always.

Sept. 28, 2012

Geography Test on Ohio from page 11 in Ohio History Book

from:Stevens, John

to:Social Studies 5-6

Students will be tested on the information about Ohio on page 11 of their Ohio history book. If it is printed on the page, they should know it, e.g. names of rivers, cities, plains, lakes, etc.

Sept. 24, 2012

Read and study Chapter 3 in your Ohio History book this weekend.

from:Stevens, John

to:Social Studies 5-6

   

Sept. 22, 2012

Week 4 Review

from:Ramsey, Lorie

to:All Students

Please read the attached information.  Please note: snapshot request.

 

Sept. 22, 2012

Months of the Year Poem

from:Ramsey, Lorie

to:Language Arts 1-2

Please memorize ...

Thirty days has September,
April, June and November.
All the rest have thirty-one
Except February alone,
Which has twenty-eight days clear,
But twenty-nine each Leap Year.

Sept. 22, 2012

"Push that Button" Creative Writing Re-write

from:Ramsey, Lorie

to:Language Arts 1-2

All students are to re-write their creative story "Push that Button" incorporating the suggestions I gave them.  Most students will need help.

Sept. 22, 2012

Spelling Quiz 3

from:Ramsey, Lorie

to:Language Arts 1-2

The spelling pre-test will be Monday.  It will include the days of the week and the months of the year.  The actual quiz will be Friday.  The optional bonus words are: declarative, interrogative, exclamatory, imperative, adjective, preposition, conjunction, interjection.

Sept. 21, 2012

6,7,8 grades : One-page proposal for the 2013 Schilling Science and Invention Fair

from:Stevens, John

to:All Students

Students will need to e-mail their Science Fair proposal to jstevens@schillingschool.org by Friday Sept. 21st. The proposal may be single or double spaced but it must have details about the Science Project, how it will be performed, the items involve, the procedure, the time table for the first attempt, the time tables for multiple adjustments and corrections and the ultimate completion date. A good first deadline for the completion of the first trials/experiments would be just before the Thanksgiving Break. www.sciencebuddies.org is a good site for those who are completely lost for an idea. This is a graded assignment.

Here are some rules/tips ( from my former writing class ) to use to produce your proposal paper;


- Your work should be written in Times New Roman, 12 point font, single or double spaced with standard margins and page numbers unless otherwise noted.
- Periodically save your work by pressing the CTRL key and the “S” key simultaneously.
- The top of the first page of your paper should look like this;


Your Name                   Name of the Report                      Date the paper is due

- You should also save your Word document as reportbyJimmyNeutron.docx. That way, the person who has to grade them knows whose report it is, without even opening it. So will you.
- You should always read your paper aloud and listen for errors in grammar and composition.
- Make sure your writing flows and that you are not just making a two-page list, e.g. “First he said this. Then he said this. Third, he said this. Fourth, he said that. In the end, he said this last.” That is not writing, it is just listing the facts of the story.
- Make sure that you double-check your notes! Many reports have lost points because the character’s names were constantly misspelled or simple facts were noted incorrectly. There is a huge difference between lightning and lightning bugs.
- You should always read your paper to an adult and ask them for suggestions and then make any necessary changes. Let them read your final paper too. NOTE: All changes, writing and typing or anything else regarding the final paper is ultimately the student’s responsibility!
- Watch out for too many pronouns in one sentence. “He went to talk to him but he didn’t want to speak to him.”
- Proper nouns get capitalized. Use Dr. Sandra Schilling, not dr. sandra schilling. Main St. not main st. Uncle Joe, not uncle joe.
- Watch out for homophones. “They went their in the car” should be “They went there in the car.”  This is where an adult set of eyes will be helpful to you.
Lastly, and this is very important, don’t procrastinate writing or turning in your paper. Give yourself a false deadline of the class day before it is due. (e-mail it on Wednesday, not Friday) That way, your teacher can catch any mistakes and suggest improvements in a reply e-mail. You can then make the changes and resubmit it on the due date for a much better grade.
This is a good website for tips and rules on writing papers. See http://owl.english.purdue.edu/

Sept. 21, 2012

Small papers with info for the class Periodic Table of Elements due Friday, Sept 21st

from:Stevens, John

to:Science 7-8

Students have been assigned individual elements -10 per student - to make small, booklet- type sheets to be attached to a poster that will replicate the periodic table of elements, but with more details for each small booklet about each elements. Students should have details about what is required of them in their notebooks.

Sept. 21, 2012

Practise typing and learning a computer keyboard

from:Stevens, John

to:Computer Science

Students should go to www.powertyping.com , choose qwerty and practise for 20 minutes every evening that they can for the rest of the school year. As they get better, challenge them with a higher WPM count.

For the immediate future, students should start memorizing where the keys are on a keyboard as they will eventually be filling in a blank keyboard page for a grade. They will do this numerous times until the teacher is satisfied that they know which keys are which, without looking. The blank keyboard test will be graded. Blank practise pages can be found by googling "blank keyboard worksheet"

 

Sept. 21, 2012

Homework reminder for this weekend

from:Fatica, Atsuko

to:Pre-Algebra

Practice 2.5 odds and Practice 2.6 evens. Remember to use algebra rather than mental math.

Have a nice weekend!

Sept. 20, 2012

Homework reminder

from:Fatica, Atsuko

to:Pre-Algebra

Although practice 2.4 is due Friday, you will receive 2 stickers if you bring it tomorrow.

Sept. 20, 2012

Homework reminder

from:Fatica, Atsuko

to:Pre-Algebra

To ones who did not turn in homework 2.4 - even, the homework is due tomorrow.

 

Sept. 19, 2012

First Paper on Historically Important African American or Woman due Wed. Sept. 19th

from:Stevens, John

to:Social Studies 7-8

Students will use the information they have been collecting all week and produce a one-page, single-spaced paper on the person they have chosen. All papers should be e-mailed to jstevens@schilling school on or before the evening of September 18th. Students should also have a hard copy of the final version to read aloud in front of the class, if called upon to do so.

Below are notes from my 2011-2012 reading class.

Here are some rules/tips for producing your next paper
- Your work should be written in Times New Roman, 12 point font, single  spaced with standard margins and page numbers unless otherwise noted.
- Periodically save your work by pressing the CTRL key and the “S” key simultaneously.
- The top of the first page of your paper should look like this;
Your Name                   Name of the Report                                    Date the paper is due

- You should also save your Word document as reportbyJimmyNeutron.docx. That way, the person who has to grade them knows whose report it is, without even opening it. So will you.
- You should always read your paper aloud and listen for errors in grammar and composition.
- Make sure your writing flows and that you are not just making a two-page list, e.g. “First he said this. Then he said this. Third, he said this. Fourth, he said that. In the end, he said this last.” That is not writing, it is just listing the facts of the story.
- Make sure that you double-check your notes! Many reports have lost points because the character’s names were constantly misspelled or simple facts were noted incorrectly. There is a huge difference between lightning and lightning bugs.
- You should always read your paper to an adult and ask them for suggestions and then make any necessary changes. Let them read your final paper too. NOTE: All changes, writing and typing or anything else regarding the final paper is ultimately the student’s responsibility!
- Watch out for too many pronouns in one sentence. “He went to talk to him but he didn’t want to speak to him.”
- Proper nouns get capitalized. Use Dr. Sandra Schilling, not dr. sandra schilling. Main St. not main st. Uncle Joe, not uncle joe.
- Watch out for homophones. “They went their in the car” should be “They went there in the car.”  This is where an adult set of eyes will be helpful to you.
Lastly, and this is very important, don’t procrastinate writing or turning in your paper. Give yourself a false deadline of the class day before it is due. (e-mail it on Wednesday, not Friday) That way, your teacher can catch any mistakes and suggest improvements in a reply e-mail. You can then make the changes and resubmit it on the due date for a much better grade.
This is a good website for tips and rules on writing papers. See http://owl.english.purdue.edu/

Sept. 19, 2012

Students will read Chapter 22 and take notes and plan to discuss on Wed. Sept. 19th

from:Stevens, John

to:Science 7-8

Students should read Chapter 22 and take notes. They can also be quizzed by using the test questions at the end of the chapter.

Sept. 19, 2012

Metric Conversion worksheets due on the 19th

from:Stevens, John

to:Science 5-6

I'll hand out the practise sheets in class but if the students lose them, they are attached.

Sept. 19, 2012

One-page paper on the Geology of Ohio due by e-mail on the evening of September 18th

from:Stevens, John

to:Science 5-6

Students will e-mail their one-page, double spaced paper to me at jstevens@schillingschool.org by or before the evening of September 18th. All of the rules and writing tips are listed below. Students work may be longer than one page or single-spaced if they like. Students may not plagurize any work whatsoever. All credits must be listed on a second page titled Reference page. All details will be dicussed in class on Friday, Sept 14. and examples will be shown to help students understand the assignment better.

Here are some rules/tips for producing your next paper
- Your work should be written in Times New Roman, 12 point font, single or double spaced with standard margins and page numbers unless otherwise noted.
- Periodically save your work by pressing the CTRL key and the “S” key simultaneously.
- The top of the first page of your paper should look like this;
Your Name                      Name of the Report                        Date the paper is due

- You should also save your Word document as GeologyreportbyJimmyNeutron.docx. That way, the person who has to grade them knows whose report it is, without even opening it. So will you.
- You should always read your paper aloud and listen for errors in grammar and composition.
- Make sure your writing flows and that you are not just making a one page list, e.g. “First he said this. Then he said this. Third, he said this. Fourth, he said that. In the end, he said this last.” That is not writing, it is just listing the facts of the story.
- Make sure that you double-check your notes! Many reports have lost points because the people's and places names were constantly misspelled or simple facts were noted incorrectly. There is a huge difference between lightning and lightning bugs.
- You should always read your paper to an adult and ask them for suggestions and then make any necessary changes. Let them read your final paper too. NOTE: All changes, writing and typing or anything else regarding the final paper is ultimately the student’s responsibility!
- Watch out for too many pronouns in one sentence. “He went to talk to him but he didn’t want to speak to him.”
- Proper nouns get capitalized. Use Dr. Sandra Schilling, not dr. sandra schilling. Main St. not main st. Uncle Joe, not uncle joe.
- Watch out for homophones. “They went their in the car” should be “They went there in the car.”  This is where an adult set of eyes will be helpful to you.
Lastly, and this is very important, don’t procrastinate writing or turning in your paper. Give yourself a false deadline of the class day before it is due. (for example...e-mail it on Wednesday, not Friday) That way, your teacher can catch any mistakes and suggest improvements in a reply e-mail. You can then make the changes and resubmit it on the due date for a much better grade.
This is a good website for tips and rules on writing papers. See http://owl.english.purdue.edu/