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Welcome

Hi all,
 
  ***Please note that starting Monday, April 27 we are beginning Phase 2 of the School District Educational Plan.***
 
  My Office Hours are 9am to 10am everyday and 12:40pm to 2:45pm Monday through Thursday.  During office hours you can share your questions and concerns via email.
 
Friday is Related Arts day.  Any assignments are not expected until Friday.
 
I recommend that you spend at least 30 minutes per day working on Apex Learning.
 
  You can use this site to access additional enrichment exercises as well as review material.
 
  You should already be working on APEX Learning.
 
  Everyone received an invite to Google Classroom.  There are still a number of you who have not accepted the invite.  Please do so.
 

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About Tomorrow...

     Tomorrow will be my first attempt at holding a Google Meet conference with you all.  I hope to have all the bugs worked out by then.
 
     Please make note of any questions you may have or difficulties you may be experiencing and I will try to answer them for you.
 
     The meeting will begin at 10:30am and will last as long as we need to get through everything.  I expect you to be on the meeting for at least 30 minutes.
 
     Here is the link:  https://meet.google.com/uwx-wkek-woh?hs=122  You can phone in via this number:  1 929-399-7492
 
     In the meantime, you should all be working on the Apex units.  Please try to spend at least 30 minutes a day on them.
 
     I look forward to seeing you all.  I miss you.
 
Mr. L

Creativity...What is it?...Why try to understand it?...Why is it useful?

Take a minute to watch the video for discussion on Friday.

Just a test.

I have just set up your email addresses on my Edlio Account (the web page accessible under the "Staff" menu on the https://www.scrsd.org site.
 
This message is merely a test.  No need to respond.  You should also have gotten a post of an Ed Sheeran video.
 
Mr. L

Interact with Bobby McFerrin

Bobby gets you singing a Pentatonic scale ("penta" means five. Think "pentagon"- 5 side figure). Pentatonic scales use only 5 notes. It figures prominently in east Asian music.