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Track Meet

It was quite the day!


Well we went to the district track meet today. Students in grades 3,4 and 5 get to compete in discus, shot put, high jump, long jump, 100 meters, 400 meters, 800 meters, 1500 meters, medley relay and 4×100 relay. 413 more words


Report: Clippers, Knicks emerged as 'Equal Threat' to steal Kevin Durant

Kevin Durant can enter free agency this offseason by declining his $31.5 million option for 2019-20. While Warriors general manager Bob Myers is hopeful, the All-Star will re-sign in the Bay Area, suitors have been linked to Durant all season. 402 more words

Golden State Warriors

Merry May

Biking: Got my bike tuned up. Had to put on new tubes and tires. Paid $233 altogether. My aunt asked me, why I didn’t just get a new bicycle. 393 more words

Fun Workshop at Barnes & Noble

May 22, 2019 – As you can see we have a website and this is
our first weekly blog post. In order to build the website we used WordPress and… 243 more words

Parent and school partnerships.

Partnerships such as those that Pfeiffer’s discussions help forge between parents and educators can help minimize the differences between the treatment that athletically gifted and the academically gifted students receive. 243 more words

Gifted Education

Ms. Mocha's hot take: I hate outlines and graphic organizers.

I told my students that I don’t like applesauce. Amid the gasps and widened eyes, one of them exclaimed, “now that’s a hot take!”

“What?” I asked, trying to ignore those who were trying to convince me that applesauce was really good with cinnamon/Hot Tamales candy/real apple chunks, etc. 1,035 more words


Light Sensitive Paper

Back in April, my two student teachers were planning and teaching our unit on Lights and Shadows. They introduced me to the fascinating world of light sensitive paper. 178 more words

Career Long Learners