Humanities

Sept 12 - 16

This week in social studies we have discussed Media Bias. Classes engaged in discussions around what is fake news, why fake news is created and how do we know which media sources to trust. 

In ELA, students are working through different forms of pre-assessments in reading and writing. Each class wrote a persuasive letter to the teacher identifying something they felt passionately about and then provided three reasons why people should feel the same. We are encouraging each student to make a point of reading more this year. Classes will be frequently accessing the learning commons to check out new books. 

A reminder to students that are not able to attend school to continue to check Google Classroom for any updates.

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It’s Custodial Staff Appreciation Day! We recognize all of the FES staff who work hard to keep our buildings clean and safe for students, staff and families. Thank you for your dedication and hard work! #WeAreCBE https://t.co/QParAOF9K2

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