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Washington Middle School

2300 East Jackson Street
Springfield, IL 62703


Dec 19, 2017 http://www.crmvet.org/docs/ms_for_comic.pdf

AVID 1st Quarter

Sep 24, 2017 Students will focus on: - getting organized       - agendas      - binders/supplies - making the text/writing in margins (Close Read) - asking good higher level questions - taking Cornell Notes - TRF/AVID Tutorials - collaboration with other classmates - reflecting on learning

AVID Recruitment

Feb 17, 2017 It's time to apply for AVID for next school year!   What Is AVID?  A structured, college preparatory system working directly with schools and districts A direct support structure for first-generation college goers, grades 4-16 A school-wide approach to curriculum and rigor adopted by more than 4,500 schools in 47 states and 16 countries A professional development program providing training throughout the world   The Mission of AVID AVID's READ MORE

End of the Year

May 7, 2014 Well, we've made it through another school year and now it's time to bring all the library books back. All library books are due back by Friday, May 9th. If everyone in your ELA brings back their books on time, your class will earn slushies. Get those books back!!

Books Need to Be Carried in Plastic Bags!

Sep 18, 2013 Make sure you have a gallon size bag to carry your library books around in. Your name and your LA teacher's name needs to be on the bag. You'll not be allowed to check out next week if you don't have your bag.

Did You Like "The Hunger Games"?

Sep 8, 2013 If you enjoyed "The Hunger Games", try one of these: 1. "Divergent," by Veronica Roth (series) 2. "Matched," by Ally Condie (series) 3. "Delirium," by Lauren Oliver (series) 4. "The Maze Runner," by James Dashner (series) 5. "Legend," by Marie Lu (series) 6. "The Mortal Instruments," Cassandra Clare (series) 7. "Uglies," by Scott Westerfeld (series) 8. "Ender's Game," by Orson Scott Card (series) 10. "City of Ember," by Jeanne DuPrau 11. READ MORE

Library Update!

Sep 3, 2013 All students need to have a ziploc bag to carry your library books in. This is the last week that they will be given out. If you need one after this week you’ll have to buy one for $0.25 or bring one from home. Your first and last name as well as the name of your LA teacher and block number should be on your bag. Students are welcome to stop in the library on your way to lunch if you need a new book. You cannot leave the cafeteria to go to the library.

Sale in the Library

Dec 17, 2012 Don’t forget to come to the library this week to buy used books for only $0.50 each, scented pencils for $0.50 and posters for $2.00! All money raised will be used to purchase new books for the library.

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