April 20, 2018

Life Cycles, Structures, and Functions...Oh My!

What a week we have had! New rotations, new behaviors, big disappointments. There is always a new day though. I have learned and always lived by the fact that when we mess up, we can do things differently tomorrow. We must learn from our mistakes. I try to instill that same spirit into these amazing students that I see everyday. Yes, our routine has been completely changed, but that is no excuse to change and resort to negative behaviors. I hope that after this break this weekend, students will come back ready to grind even harder. Today was especially tough. It is my hope that students have learned from this event. Whenever the consequence is administered, I hope students accept it and adjust so that we can move on with our leaning...especially since I only get to see them for 1 hr and 30 now. Things have certainly changed... Check below for updates!

Quick game of "Predator vs. Prey." The "predator" got upset when when the prey started using their structures and functions to survive.


This group broke out of our STAAR Review Escape Room...Congrats!

A couple of our superheroes received awards from the district this week. Congratulations girls! You deserve this recognition for all of your hard work and effort!

Joe Garcia New Image Award Recipient


               Goldie Locke Excel Award Recipient

Students worked on animal hybrids this week. Each hybrid was labeled with inherited traits and learned behaviors.

Stay tuned for our research on animals, their environmental effects and their structures and functions.

Lots of things going on this week. Can't wait to see what happens next!

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