Thursday, September 2, 2021

Bio/Bio-honors/Mr. Shah

by Syed Shah on September 2, 2021

Posted in: 10th Grade,11th Grade,9th Grade

Week One and two (09/07—09/17/21)

We will cover the following assignments during next two week. Please feel free to call if you have questions/concerns.



Chemistry of Life

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to 

  • Describe the structure of an atom.
  • List the types of elements most commonly found in living things.
  • Explain why carbon easily forms many bonds.
  • Describe covalent and ionic bonding.

eLearning assignment 2.1.2 is due on September 7th, 2021

8th Grade Health and Wellness

by Deb Dietrich on September 2, 2021

Posted in: 8th Grade

E-Learning for September 3, 2021

Watch the video and be prepared to discuss how this would affect your mental health.

When is the last time you did absolutely nothing for 10 whole minutes? Not texting, talking or even thinking? Mindfulness expert Andy Puddicombe describes the transformative power of doing just that: Refreshing your mind for 10 minutes a day, simply by being mindful and experiencing the present moment. (No need for incense or sitting in uncomfortable positions.)

6th Grade Health and Wellness

by Deb Dietrich on September 2, 2021

Posted in: 6th Grade

E-Learning for September 3, 2021

Questions to be answered are on Google Classroom. Also, spend 3 minutes practicing “Lazy 8” breathing.

E-Learning for September 3, 2021

Watch these videos to gain insightful, very personal information about schizophrenia and about suicide.

“To all appearances, Eleanor Longden was just like every other student, heading to college full of promise and without a care in the world. That was until the voices in her head started talking. Initially innocuous, these internal narrators became increasingly antagonistic and dictatorial, turning her life into a living nightmare. Diagnosed with schizophrenia, hospitalized, drugged, Longden was discarded by a system that didn’t know how to help her. Longden tells the moving tale of her years-long journey back to mental health, and makes the case that it was through learning to listen to her voices that she was able to survive.”

“For many years Sergeant Kevin Briggs had a dark, unusual, at times strangely rewarding job: He patrolled the southern end of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, a popular site for suicide attempts. In a sobering, deeply personal talk Briggs shares stories from those he’s spoken — and listened — to standing on the edge of life. He gives a powerful piece of advice to those with loved ones who might be contemplating suicide.”

E-Learning for September 2, 2021

Watch the video and be prepared to discuss it in class on Wednesday. Does it or does it not support the information we have discussed in class?

“Struggling to budget and manage finances is common — but talking honestly and openly about it isn’t. Why do we hide our problems around money? In this thoughtful, personal talk, author Tammy Lally encourages us to break free of “money shame” and shows us how to stop equating our bank accounts with our self-worth.”

E-Learning September 3, 2021

Students will watch the Ted Talk and be ready to discuss in class on Wednesday. How does this affect the future of business? Are these “teachable” skills?

“The more we rely on technology to make us efficient, the fewer skills we have to confront the unexpected, says writer and entrepreneur Margaret Heffernan. She shares why we need less tech and more messy human skills — imagination, humility, bravery — to solve problems in business, government and life in an unpredictable age. “We are brave enough to invent things we’ve never seen before,” she says. “We can make any future we choose.”‘