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H6 W29 - Pompeii

 

Pompeii and Vesuvius

History Week 29 Review

 

            Fascinating people even to today, this perfectly intact 1st century city was a luxury spot for Roman vacationers, and nowadays a vacation spot for archaeologists.  205 more words

6th Grade

Mexico

     I’m going to talk about the country of Mexico. Mexico is to the south of us and is also part of North America.

     I want to talk about the sports they have, first.  283 more words

6th Grade

6th Grade Activity Night 2017

6th Grade Activity Night in on Friday, October 13th from 7:00-9:00pm at South.  Join fellow 6th graders for a fun night of open gym activities including basketball, ping-pong, music, chess, snacks, and more. 17 more words

Poetic Devices

What is poetry?

Poetry is literature in meter form. It is a form of written word that has pattern and rhythm and rhyme. It can be serious or it can be fun. 878 more words

4th Grade

H6 W28 - The Julio-Claudian Dynasty

 

History Week 28 Review

The Julio-Claudian Dynasty

 

 

          IN today’s essay on the Julio-Claudian dynasty, we’ll go over the five Julio-claudian Roman Emperors, or these five: Augustus, Tiberius, Caligula, Claudius, and Nero.  329 more words

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Congratulations!

Dear Sixth Grade Parents and Students,

Congratulations to all the Sixth Graders who ran for Student Council last week.  Your speeches were great!  I am so proud of you!  369 more words

6th Grade

Egyptian Culture

     I’m going to take some time today to talk about the culture of Egypt. If you don’t know a lot about Egypt, here’s a little history lesson. 253 more words

6th Grade