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Tully’s AP Lit Classes Become Poets

Tully’s AP Lit Classes Become Poets

Marisa Ruotolo, News From The Classroom Editor

May 21, 2019

On Friday, May 10, 2019, Mrs. Tully's AP Literature classes relaxed in the library after completing their AP test on the 8th. Tully tasked them with two poetry activities: Book Spine Poetry and Blackout Poetry. To create Book Spine Poetry, students stacked books on top of each other.  Read from top...

Spanish Students Reflect on Film

Spanish Students Reflect on Film

Katherine Krievs, Student Life Editor

December 6, 2018

Throughout the first semester, Honors Spanish 4 students in Señora Travis Jimenez’s class viewed, analyzed, and wrote about the award-winning film, Ladrón Que Roba A Ladrón. Each student composed a review of the movie in Spanish, and each copy underwent numerous editing stages. After weeks of revising...

Latin Students Haunt Teachers with Spooky Tombstones

Latin Students Haunt Teachers with Spooky Tombstones

Marisa Ruotolo, News From the Classroom Editor

October 22, 2018

During the weeks approaching Halloween, Mrs. Amy Petersen celebrates the spooky holiday with Latin tombstones. Mrs. Petersen constructed a Project-Based Learning assignment for her Latin students to make a tombstone, monument, or triumphal arch. This assignment aligned with the end of their Roman Inscriptions...

Spanish Classes Strive to Enhance Knowledge of Chesterfield Parks

Spanish Classes Strive to Enhance Knowledge of Chesterfield Parks

Katherine Krievs, Midlo Scoop Staff

February 23, 2018

On February 16, 2018 and February 19, 2018, Mrs. Dombrowski’s Spanish 3 Honors classes completed their month-long Project Based Learning assignments. During the assignment, each student learned how to describe natural features in Spanish, create informational videos, and appreciate Chesterfield County...

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