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On May 1st, 8th grade students will take the Science TAKS. Science Teachers, Emma Dausses has prepared this presentation on what parents and students need to know about this upcoming test. For more information please contact your child’s science teacher.
Mrs. Kay reads the next installment of African Folk Tales. “The Real Story of the Three Little Birds: The Giant Tortoise’s Perspective of the Story as Told by Gary P. Tortise” is written by Karly in Mrs. Sihalla’s World Cultures Class.
Our fifth folk tale is set in Benin and is titled “The Little Brown Monkey.” This story is written by Kyle, a student in Ms. Appl’s World Cultures class, and is read by Mr. Parrack.
African Folk tales continues with “Brother Zebra” was written by Karina, a student in Ms. Conner’s World Cultures class, and is read by Mrs. Dodd.
Episode #6 features “Acalayong: An African Fairy tale from Equatorial Guinea” written and read by Caitlin. Caitlin is a student in Ms. Conner’s World Cultures class and is one of a few students chosen to share their original stories.
African Folk Tales continues in Episode 5 with “Maseru and Angora: An African Version of Little Red Riding Hood” written and read by Lily, a member of Ms. Conner’s sixth grade World Cultures class.
Episode 4 features an African folk tale “Fiddlenickskin, I Mean Thumplepigskin” written by Elijah and read by Mrs. McLinden. Students in 6th grade World Cultures classes researched African and used that information to set classic folk tales in Africa.
On April 17th students attended sessions on various careers. This videocast features pictures of our presenters and interviews with students on what they learned. We would like to offer a special thanks to those who took time out of their day to speak with our students. We all learned new and interesting information.
Download the mp4 file here: Career Day 2008