Welcome to Team Bradbury!
Bradbury Speaks Out Assignment
During the month of January and February, students have been reading and discussing famous speeches from American history.
Students have learned about F.D. Roosevelt's Four Freedoms Speech and ML King's I have a dream speech.
Currently, Bradbury students are writing speeches connecting the ideas of the famous speeches to current events and concerns in our community.
It is exciting to hear what our students have to say!
Student's reflections about the two speeches were the starting point for writing their own speeches.
Happy Valentines Day and Happy Snowy February!
Even though we have had a lot of snow days over January and February, there are lots of great things happening on Team Bradbury.
Academically, students are learning about the periodic table and chemistry, continuing to learn about American history in social studies, advancing their algebra skills in math, and learning about persuasive writing in language arts class.
Additionally, students have switched from from either PE to Foreign Language class, or from Foreign Language class to PE. Students also have art class this trimester.
Extra Curricular activities are going strong as well. Many of our team students are involved with the Achieve Buddy program, helping other students in our school. Drama club is starting up again with try outs for the spring production and many of our students are involved in band or chorus. Winter sports are the activity of choice for many team Bradbury students with students involved in Basket ball, Hockey, Swimming, and Skiing. Nice job Bradburians!
FOR EXTRA HELP
Bradbury Service Learning Project
This semester students will be brainstorming and creating ways to give back to our community. Students will be brainstorming areas of concern in our community and developing service projects to help others in our community.
Stay turned for more information as Bradbury students create their projects.
Crash Course In Chemistry: Connecting Science Fact with Digital Learning.
One of the great project students have completed this winter is their Element Crash Course Video. Student worked with team mates to create a two minute crash course to explain the basic information about an element from the periodic table.The videos were great! Ask your teen about their project!
Two Ways to Help Your Middle Schooler be successful at school:
1. Attendance is critical - students who miss class time miss the opportunity to gain information, complete assignments, and participate in class discussions.
2. Help your teen be prepared and ready to learn - enough sleep, bag ready, lap top charged, and asking about their learning.
Your interest matters to your teen!
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