- Starting March 13th @ DCS
- Time 2:45-3:45 (Right after school)
- Grades 5th-8th Grade Beginner to Advanced
- Contact Mrs. Petrucelli at email@example.com to sign up
What is a Girls who code club?
Girls Who code Clubs are meant for girls to join our sisterhood of supportive peers and role models, and use Computer Science to change the world. When you join a club, you will be able to learn from fun and simple online coding tutorials, build community through interactive activities, and learn about inspiring role models. You then work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code Project that solves real world problems you care about through code!
Best reasonable offers considered!
Skutt Electric Kiln Model LT-3KThis kiln has been used in the DCS art department for about 20 years. It is in working order, but may need some upgrades, including new venting system. If interested, please contact Jess Dickey firstname.lastname@example.org or Sarah Chase email@example.com.
Ms. Smith’s second grade was lucky enough to be chosen as the “Class of the Week” this Halloween week! Mrs. Withee joined us for morning announce- ments on Monday and Mr. Grieve popped in each day to be a part of our classroom community. We loved having Mr. Grieve join us for Morning Meeting on Monday as well! We shared about our weekends and tried out a new morning meeting activity that helped us focus and work as a team. We needed to listen to the Left and Right story while passing a ball to the left or right whenever we heard one of those words in the story.
Second graders are just beginning to learn about opinion writing. Mr. Grieve joined 2Sm for writing time last week as we learned about the differences between facts and opinions. We got to complete a fact and opinion sort and discuss what helped us know that our card had a fact or opinion written on it. Mr. Grieve also joined us for a special snack on Halloween and he even got to play with us at recess! Our status as “Class of the Week” came to a close after Mr. Grieve read us a favorite picture book and joined us for our goodbye circle on Friday afternoon.
Thanks for all the fun last week Mr. Grieve!