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Art 2 Point Perspective Project

Hello all!

Here is a link to the 2 Point Perspective Art Project.  It will be due for grades 5, 6, and 8 on Thursday, February 2!!!

Remember to not only complete the cityscape, but to also color it (as a cityscape) with crayons or colored pencil!!

Social Studies update


6th grade has started learning about Ancient Greece.  They will also be creating presentations on Greek Mythology.  They are researching a topic and will present it to the class on Greek Day, January 19th!



7th grade will begin a unit learning about Russia.  We will be learning about the differences and similarities in Russia as time has passed.  Look for their “nesting dolls” in the hallway!


5th and 8th grade are beginning to learn about happenings and philosophies that lead to the Civil War.  This unit will take a few weeks.  Both grades will be ready for a test towards the end of this week.  Next week we will start discussing important events of the Civil War!

Language Arts Update – November 28-December 2

Students will be finishing up their first group readings this week.  They have thoroughly enjoyed reading together, and they have already started asking about the next group book.

We will also be working on adjectives and adverbs – hopefully finishing before our exams.

Students will also have a test over Unit 6 Vocabulary this week – Be prepared!
45441_originalIf you have questions, feel free to contact me!

Mrs. Roberts

Student Government at Ronald McDonald House


Students Government did a wonderful job representing SJV at the Pull-tab Party at the Ronald McDonald House in Nashville on Friday.  Thank you to all of the students that participated in bringing in pull tabs!

Language Arts Update (6th -8th) – November 7-11

Students will begin the week testing over pronouns. They will move directly to Adjectives and Adverbs.  Students will learn how to use adjectives and adverbs This unit will focus on recognizing proper adjectives, using articles and demonstratives, creating comparative and superlative forms, telling adjectives and adverbs apart, and avoiding double negatives.

Students will turn in their final Expository Essays on Monday, November 21, and they have a schedule for completing the final draft for each part.

All grades will continue their classroom reading books as well as independent reading books and projects.

We will test over Unit 5 vocabulary and will begin Unit 6.

If you have questions, feel free to contact me.

Mrs. Roberts