• December

    Posted by Deborah Morali on 11/20/2019

    Friday, November 22 - Day of the Arts

     

    DECEMBER

    Friday, December 6 - Holiday Havoc

    Friday December 13 - Winter Dance

    Friday, December 20 - Scenario Writing Final Due

    December 23-31 - Christmas Break

     

    Assignments for December

    Chess Team Tryouts and Practice Games

    Team:

    1. Kaleb 

    2. Jialin

    3. Thorne

    4. Pate

    5. Tucker

    6. Wade

    7. Jackson

    8. pending return of Jude

    9. Playoff winner 1

    10. Playoff winner 2

     

    FPS Qualifying Problem Research Gamification

    GAMIFICATION

    Qualifying Problem - Suggested Readings

    Germantown Junction​

    If you do not have an ex-large box yet, please make every effort to do this during the Christmas break. 

     

    Financial Literacy

    Take the online practice tests

    Study the vocabulary

    Team 1 and 2 will re-test for finals

     

    Stock Market Game

    Last date for trading is 12/6 - do NOT liquidate your portfolio

    Take the SMG Post Test

     

    Scenario Writing

    Edit your draft and turn in the final copy December 16, with all conpleted required forms

     

    Engine-uity

    All non-competitive students will begin working on the Egnine-uity projects found on the left tab of this site

     

    Visual Arts

    Continue working on your FPS Visual Art project - due February

     

    Math and Science Quiz Bowl

    Team 1 has been approved - turn in all required forms

    Practice daily

    Team 2 is pending . turn in all required forms for quick uploads when accepted

     

     

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  • Career Expo Follow Up Survey

    Posted by Deborah Morali on 11/12/2019
    1. Please give the link to all of your 8th graders who were eligible to attend your local P2P Career Expo during a computer class…or something equivalent.  
    2. Surveys need to be completed on campus (NOT AT HOME), during school hours, and in front of a computer.
    3. You may find the following script helpful in presenting the link to your students:

     

    Thank you very much for taking the time to do this survey! The organizers of the event really appreciate your time. 

    You are being asked to complete this survey as you were eligible to have attended a P2P Career Expo (you may have attended or you may not have attended, that’s ok), and your answers will help its organizers learn more about whether the Expo is useful for you and other students like you. 

    The survey should only take about 5 minutes to complete. Your answers will be kept confidential in all reports developed.  

     

    1. The survey link will be live for approximately 2-3 weeks depending on response rates.
    2. Jonathan Cox will be contacting you periodically with your response rate so that you know how many students have participated and to remind you of your upcoming cut-off date.



    Please note: This study has been reviewed by The University of Mississippi’s Institutional Review Board (IRB).  If you have any questions, concerns, or reports regarding your rights as a participant of research, please contact the IRB at (662) 915-7482 or irb@olemiss.edu.   

    Follow this link to the Survey:
    Take the Survey

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  • Regional Science Quiz Bowl

    Posted by Deborah Morali on 11/6/2019

    Please download, fill in, print, sign, and return the following forms:

    Students

     

    parental consent and media release

     

    Student Medical File

    Adults

     

    2020 Adult Medical and Emergency

     

    2020 Adult Consent Release

     

    Regional Champions - If we win regionals, complete this form

    Team 1 

    Jude

    Gabby

    Dylan

    Preethika

    Lili

     

    Team 2

    Trevor

    Wade

    Awulu

    Audrey

    Emma

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  • Character Parallel

    Posted by Deborah Morali on 10/31/2019

    Use your phone to open and watch this video. 

    Complete the worksheet and illustration

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  • Career Expo

    Posted by Deborah Morali on 10/18/2019

     

    Description of Booths

    1. Please give the online link to all of your 8th graders planning to attend your local P2P Career Expo during a computer class…or something equivalent.  
    2. Surveys need to be completed on campus (NOT AT HOME), during school hours, and in front of a computer.
    3. You may find the following script helpful in presenting the link to your students:

     

    Thank you very much for taking the time to do this survey! The organizers of the event really appreciate your time. 

    You are being asked to complete this survey prior to attending the P2P Career Expo, and your answers will help its organizers learn more about whether the Expo is useful for you and other students like you. 

    The survey should only take about 5 minutes to complete. Your answers will be kept confidential in all reports developed.  

     

    Follow this link to the Survey:
    Take the Survey

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  • Essay Contest

    Posted by Deborah Morali on 10/8/2019

    Invest Write Essay

    Word Count 400-900

     

    Prizes

    Prizes

     

    Prompt

    Prompt

     

     

    Scoring

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  • PP2 Links

    Posted by Deborah Morali on 10/7/2019
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  • October 2019

    Posted by Deborah Morali on 9/27/2019

     

    CHESS TOURNAMENT

     

    Stock Market Game

    Teams will continue to monitor their portfolios

     

    Scenario Writing

    Competitive writers will continue to write their draft

    Peer Edits and Revisions

     

    Practice Problem 1 - International Travel

    Results will be in early October. 

    Review and Reteach

     

    Practice Problem 2 - Proverty

    Competitive students will complete Steps 1-6

    See the msfpspi website for details, deadlines, and research links

     

    October 23-25 - Shark Camp

    See the link to Sea Camp on my page for packing details, payment details, and trip agenda

     

    Non-competitive students

    Problem-solving alternatives: coding, Rube G simple machine, puzzles

     

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  • September 2019

    Posted by Deborah Morali on 9/4/2019

    Students will complete the GCRL mural research and art project.

    Students will begin Scenario Writing on one of the four FPSPI topics. Topic information can be found at fpspi.org

    Students will study the 6-step problem-solving model and complete Steps 1-3 for PP1 - International Travel

    Students will begin the CmPS project - research 20th Century History. Compile interview questions. Conduct interviews.

     

    FPS Team Rosters

     

    GIPS Team 1

    Savannah

    Peyton

    Randi

    Emmi

    Bentleigh

    Libby

     

    GIPS Team 2

    Dylan

    Awulu

    Lili

    Trevor

    Emma S

     

    GIPS Team 3

    Ava

    Ashley

    Cade

    Anna Grace

    John Christopher

     

    GIPS Team 4

    Sebastian

    Olivia

    Audrey

    Gabby

    Jude

    Emma B

     

    GIPS Team 5

    Noah

    Jackson

    Brayden M

    Will

    Thorne

     

     

     

     

     

     

    GIPS Team 6

    Wade

    Tucker

    McLendon

    Myla

    Ashlyn

    Cooper G

     

    Scenario Writing

    Peyton

    Savannah

    Ava

    Emma S

    Olivia

    Preethika

    Gabby

    Wen

    Cooper C

    Paige

     

    Visual Arts

    Ava

    Emma

    Olivia

    Gabby

    Jackson

    Cameron

    Ashlyn

    Cade

    Chloe

    JC

    Ashley

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    CmPS

    Peyton

    Sarah

    Mia Morgan

    Savannah

    Ava

    McLendon

    Myla

    Olivia

    Randi

    Lili

    Emma

    Trevor

    Bentleigh

    Awulu

    Ashlyn

    Cooper C

    Emmie

    Cooper G

     

    GIPS Individual

    Preethika

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  • August 2019

    Posted by Deborah Morali on 8/28/2019

    Week 1 - Learning Style Inventory

                  PA Forms

                   Ethics Discussions

    Week 2 - Gulf Coast Research Project - Build a Biome

    Week 3 - Walter Anderson Research Project - Be an artist

    Week 4 - Map Skills - Problem solving 

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