Today the students packed 628 boxes (9 tons) of food for food pantries all over the St. Louis region.
Mathematics: Quadratic word problems, using the discriminant, quadratic inequalities, point-slope formula, modeling data, work with lines, dimensional analysis and conversion, math seminar, and review.
Occupations: Introduction to Chemistry, Nomenclature of ions and compounds. Seminar on the Science News article Units of Measure are Getting a Fundamental Upgrade.
Humanities: Model UN meeting and country research.
Language: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn reading discussion, constructing a thesis, outlining an academic paper, how to avoid run-on sentences, types of nouns, transitive and intransitive verbs, appositive phrases, spelling
Creative/physical expressions: Zen-tangles, Garden work
Micro-economy: Organized and planned the CMS Turkey Trot, Prep for Annual Apple Butter Sale
Community Service: St. Louis Area Food Bank