Ohana Alert for the Week of Nov. 27-Dec. 1

Here comes the holiday season!  Let the hustle and bustle of the holidays begin…as the 5B FISH! continue to swim strong to balance our kuleana of WORK and PLAY! A gentle reminder: Homework is assigned M-TH, students are given class time  to write assignments in planners daily,  ohana signature daily please, & 9 genres are required for this trimester as we work together to reach our million word goal by the end of the year. 🙂  Students are asked to check the class blog daily using school issued ipads…for Ohana, it would be so appreciated if you check in at least once a week.  Ohana Alert updates usually posted on Sundays :). As always, please feel free to contact me by writing a note in planners, email, or calling if I can offer assistance or answer a question or address a concern.

Mon., Nov. 27-Day 6-Rotation 1:  Kick off for “Pennies for Pauahi” campaign!  Please bring in those coins to kōkua others!  Students, we will be discussing our new schedule in class.  Please go to class flipgrid to post a video of your genius hour inquiry project topic in the Ideas section.  (Look for the lightning bolt icon).  Please share your topic and why you chose it 🙂   Ohana, students will be coming home with a new schedule: in a nutshell: Students will be in our class for morning block and going to Specials mid-day.  🙂  

We will be again discussing our 5B Project Kahiau in class today! Students were asked & should have already  talked w/you to brainstorm ideas on this project as we humbly ask for your kōkua to make a difference in our world! (See previous post for more info) Ideas need to be finalized by Wed., Nov. 29th.  Mahalo in advance for your help to create servant leaders!

Tues., Nov. 28-Day 1-Rotation 2:  New Schedule begins….Whoohoo!

Thurs., Nov. 30-Day 2:  Birthday Celebration for our Nov. Babies!  Continue to work on individual Project Kahiau projects to put it into action!

Fri., Dec. 1-Day 3:  Last day for “Pennies for Pauahi” campaign!  Every penny counts!

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