Tuesday was a very eventful day. We had a database/EBSCO Host specialist named Rebecca visit our class. Rebecca is an experienced reference librarian at the St. Louis County Library. She helped us with writing researching papers. Shortly after her presentation, we made our way over to the main campus to work on our classroom iris bed. We cleared all the dead foliage and cut out the rotten irises.
Wednesday was AWESOME! The class split into 2 groups (boys and girls). The two teams created Rube Goldberg machines. We had SO much fun! We spent the afternoon playing chess with a special guest named Joey (Ms. Corrinne’s son). We did not want it to end. We spent the rest of the afternoon training for our spring trip, where we will be hiking up mountain peaks.
Thursday was a slower day. We had a few projects due and we had a seminar in humanities. For this seminar, we did something a little different. We were assigned to write a speech about the article. Before the seminar we had the head of school, Ms. Kim, come in for a grace and courtesy lesson. Shortly after we had a very informative meeting about or spring trip. We discussed the agenda and when we needed to be at the airport (4:30 AM!). We will be traveling across the country to Olympic National Park in Washington state the week after Spring Break.
Today, we are all hoping for a half day for snow. When we arrived we had our morning meeting that transitioned into our council meeting. After that, we had a long work period. In the afternoon we made paper mache masks, then we made our way home for the weekend, where we have a TON of homework… yay… Overall the week was very eventful and fun and we are looking forward to another great week.