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Ready, aim, hoops!!

It’s their time to own the court.

With the start of the season less than a week away (Thursday, Feb. 18 at home against Chimacum, 3:15 tip), the Coupeville Middle School girls’ basketball squads are hard at work. 130 more words

Basketball

Dropping Drop-outs!

I have recently started working with the Drop Out Prevention Task Force at my school, and I am finding that I love it! I mean, I don’t like the act of dropping out, but I love looking at data and identifying student needs and concerns. 614 more words

School Counseling

If I've Taught

Teaching middle school students is exhausting in every imaginable and inconceivable, unpredictable way. Rewarding, never boring. But exhausting. You use every trick in the book on Monday, and your classroom is mischief-managed as a Mary Poppins Sunday School, and on Tuesday, you use all the same tricks, and Minion One squirts Minion Two in the back of the head with a water bottle while you’re teaching them about theme, tone, and mood, and then he’s the one to throw a terrible-two-year-old style hissy fit when you and your mentor teacher say they can’t keep the bottles at their desks anymore. 1,036 more words

Personal

Valentine's Day

This is the ultimate guide to Valentine’s day, just kidding. I am a Valentine’s failure. I have been in relationships before, but never during Valentine’s. Also, I don’t have that cute friend group that parties on Valentine’s. 315 more words

Happy

Music, P.E. Not Going Away in Hazelwood Schools

HAZELWOOD, Mo (KMOX) – Hazelwood parents were up in arms this week upon learning of proposed budget cuts in the school district, but the district says they were, at least partially, misinformed. 274 more words

News

Tape Sculptures in Middle School

Middle School students are taking on a unique and extensive art project. In an effort to make life-size sculptures, students are casting their own bodies with tape. 45 more words

Middle School

Rachel Wins at Science Fair

Rachel Berkley, 8th grade student, competed Thursday in the Tyler Junior College Science Fair. Her experiment on blood spatters placed first out of 8th grade physical science and she won the silver medal out of all grades. 58 more words

Academics