Guess What day it Is…

Guess What day it Is…

Casey Winters and Jacob Larson

It’s Hump Day! Congratulations on surviving this week so far. Here’s what we’re doing today:

AGENDA – October 29, 2014
DLR Week #12 – Commas (8.W.6.2.B)                                                                                                 Extra commas practice:
KIDBLOG: Halloween Prompt Day 3 (8.W.1)
RETEST – Summative Unit 2 – 8.RL.3.2
The Tell Tale Heart-Listen to the story, Holt page 536 – (8.RL.1)
Video of story-on the museum webpage, under students
HUSKIES: Behind the Books – research (8.W.5); persuasive paragraph (8.W.3.3.A-E); letter (8.W.1)


-We are in dire need of Kleenex and stamps for Huskies: Behind the Books; please bring some in! Also bring your names and addresses in!

-Do your WIN surveys! When you don’t complete these surveys, you might get put into a class that you won’t enjoy. You also make harder work for Mr. Roemke and all WIN associated teachers! So remember to complete the survey!

-DLR Quiz tomorrow on commas

NJHS: A Summary

North Junior High School is a public school located in Evansville, Indiana, with the address of 15325 Highway 41 North. The school is a rather modern one, as it was established in 2011. The principle is Mr. Aaron Huff, while the assistant principle  being Ms. Kaycie Soderling. The colors are green, white, and black, and the mascot is the Huskies. It has a faculty of about 74, but only has grades 7-8 with about 775 students combined. The website for this school is We have a goal to be the best school in Indiana, and to finish off, the motto that we Huskies live by: “Carrying ourselves with husky P.R.I.D.E.” (Prepared Respectful individuals with Integrity Determined to Excel) NJHS is a great place for young people to learn!
Have a great Wednesday and GO HUSKIES!!!

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