Happy Labor Day! Hopefully you’ve had an enjoyable weekend to relax with family and friends. The Labor Day holiday is 122 years old this year (2016), originally celebrated on September 5, 1882 (source) in New York City to honor the efforts of American workers. Continue reading “Week of September 5”
We are wrapping up our work with Dracula and are about to begin working on The Count of Monte Cristo, by Dumas. Please note that we are reading the abridged novel (the TOR CLASSICS edition).
First, a reminder: students need to procure a copy of the abridged Count of Monte Cristo ASAP. I do have copies to check out, but I must know in advance. J Students will need the book by September 5. Continue reading “Weekly Newsletter, August 22-26”
Parents: I am having a grade amnesty day August 19. Continue reading “Grade Amnesty Day August 19”
I apologize for the tardiness of this evening update. We have had a death in the family, and I am trying to make arrangements for travel this weekend. Continue reading “Sentence Diagramming Review”
Good morning. A few quick items we need to cover: Continue reading “August 18, 2016”