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One of the most powerful things I can do for my students is work to promote reading for fun and helping students find books that they will enjoy. I feel like middle school is one of those key times in life where many students either take the path to become a life-long reader or not. So I try to do as much as possible to talk to my students about what they’re reading and help them find books that will get them hooked!

One activity that I’ve found to be extremely successful this year is a round of “Book Speed Dating.” I know that this is an activity that many librarians have done for years it’s tried and true for a reason!

I always get great feedback from teachers and students with this activity they love it! By the final round, about half of the students will typically have a book that they want to check out. And ALL of the students have spent some time with a book from a genre that’s outside of their typical reading comfort zone.

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What should you expect at a Sunday experience? Every week we start with a handful of songs led by our excellent band of musicians. After about 15 minutes of music, one of our pastors teaches for 35 minutes and we almost always conclude with another song. Our gatherings last for 60 minutes. Great coffee and tea is free and available to everyone in attendance.

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Dr. Gianna Emanuela Molla, daughter of St. Gianna Beretta Molla, will be in Denver to share the story of her “Saint Mom,” the love story of her parents, her project to create the St. Gianna Beretta Molla International Center, and to share the message of her parents and the Church for dignity for all life.

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Boys- do mind them, befriend them but no dating trust me it creates drams Drama- Try and stay away from it, if that s not possible walk away from it such as if a friend says "Hey guess what Sara was wearing wasn t it nasty?" Don t even nod or shake your head say "Thats not nice" If someone says "Who s side are you on?" Say "Neither I don t pick sides" even if you obviously have one Homework-For me it want that big of a deal, in my class they just made sure you did it they didn t even correct it. Of course this is different jn different places. You seriously have to make a time where you "have" to do homework no matter what electives- being in six grade I suggest not running for student council it s easier to watch and see what happens the first year so you understand better how it works Bathrooms- for me passing time didn t work out for bathrooms, and teachers wouldn t let you go during class. You have to get on a schedule such as me When I get to school Before and after lunch At the end of the day Bullies- if you stay out of drama you generally won t get bullied, that s why you really want to stay away from drama. If you see someone getting bullied you want to analyze the situation if you really think it s severe bullying tell an adult if not don t. Organization- get a zipper binder and keep all school supplies for classes in there. Once a week take a look and organize it. For locker it doesn t make a huge difference. Buses- same as elementary school same rules apply Teachers- you want to ask like your teacher are your best friends and I m serious this is how I made it through six grade because the teachers were so nice to me. There are so many different kinds of teacher I couldn t name all of them. Friends- just say hi to people smile at everyone and be friendly Clothes- wear something simple on the first day so you know what s in style I suggest shopping after school starts so you know what people are wearing Schedule- move fast, and get a mapmof your school so you don t get lost and you can find then quickest ways to get to classes. 7-8 graders- there like bees ignore them and they don t sting Gym- put deodorant, extra clothes, tennis shoes, uniform, anything else mandatory I started when it was at 11 seconds ago you wrote it so it too me some time;) Lol. Good luck!! I suggest American girl books!! They are very helpful and descripted!

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Every year, students from all walks of life have the opportunity to participate in the Scripps National Spelling Bee, one of the nation's oldest and most iconic competitions. They progress from classroom to cafeteria, from auditorium to civic center, delighting friends, family, sponsors and fans, just as millions of other students have done before them.

Every year, students from all walks of life have the opportunity to participate in the Scripps National Spelling Bee, one of the nation's oldest and most iconic competitions. They progress from classroom to cafeteria, from auditorium to civic center, delighting friends, family, sponsors and fans, just as millions of other students have done before them.

The national spelling bee was founded in 1925 and has been held continuously since, except during the World War II years of 1943, 1944 and 1945. That makes this year our 90th, and we're celebrating!