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Democratic Republic of Middle Schoolers! Apr. 13 – Apr. 17

We are so proud of our Middle School students! They are really settling into a routine with their digital classes and are continuing to progress in their academics. We truly have a phenomenal group of students, thanks to the support of you, the parents!

Some fun answers from parents and grandparents about the First Article of the U.S. Constitution. See if you can spot your own!

“Guidance of country”

“Separation of state”

“The different contracts, rules”

“Legislative Branch setting up structure for Congress. Congress is the House of Representatives who get to make laws that then go to the Senate who gets to pass them…”

“Something about life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness”

“Establishing the government’s branches.”

“All Americans are free”

“My favorite thing about the constitution is that it’s a set of laws and rules that protect our freedom.”

“Something to do with Congress”

“Long document that lays out powers of government”

“Legislative branch called congress – house of representatives and the senate.”

“Creating branches of government. I believe the legislative was actually mentioned first.”

“I don’t know”

One new way of sharing work!

Geography with Ms. Sabine!

 The students are learning about the North and South Poles, the Arctic and Antarctic. They are learning about the difference between natural changes in climate and the recent climate change and the possible consequences for the Earth as the ice melts. The picture shows ice pieces which broke off the Breiðamerkurjökull Glacier in Iceland and traveled through Jökulsárlón, a glacial lake, to the North Atlantic Ocean.

Checking notes during our Zoom Math class!

Can you guess who we just interviewed for our latest podcast episode of ZNoodles?!

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