Posts From Category: Lindsey Aylward

Mrs. Aylward ELA HW Information

Mrs. Aylward ELA Information                     HW Expectations : 1.    Reading Log: Record 30 minutes of reading 5-6 nights a week; Given on Monday, due the following Monday 2.    Word Part Art: Given on Friday, due every Wednesday 3.    Article of the Week: Given on Monday, due every Friday 4.    Readtheory.org: By Sunday night, student …

40 Book Challenge

While this is called a “challenge”, participation is required. All books are selected by the student. ALL students are expected to read at least 40 books.   They will have the following guidelines. Students are not limited to books of a certain length. Students may read any book that interests them. Students must stay within …

Top ELA Students

Top Ten ELA Averages in Cluster 1 (as of 3/24/17) 1.    Emmah Faris-Howes (98.95%) 2.    Brayan Panmo Nokua (98.87%) 3.    Jacob Chez (97.83%) 4.    Miriam Crisman (96.67%) 5.    Manuel Leon Tejeda (95.94%) 6.    Eileen Jeffrey (95.61%) 7.    Adrianna Bonilla Mercedes (94.13%) 8.    Israel Ovalles (94.03%) 9.    Jose Jiminez (93.76%) 10.                       Alexa Santa Cruz (93.67%) Top …

Fears, Scares, and Phobias-Oh My!

The students finished up their scary story writing by sitting around the “campfire” on Halloween and reading aloud their terrifyingly terrific scary stories. Continuing with the unit on fear, students switched to nonfiction. We learned about how the body reacts to the things that scare us. We learned the difference between a simple fear and …

Just in Time for Halloween!

Students spent this week using their VAST knowledge of characters, plot, and suspense to create and write their own spooky, scary, horrifying stories. Let’s just say, there’s a lot of coulrophobia* going around this year.   Before they could write their own stories, the students learned from the masters. They read and discussed pieces of …

TMMS Has Amazing People!

We would like to congratulate one of our Amazing 6th grade students on receiving Honorable Mention for the Scholastic Reading Club’s Amazing People Portrait Contest! Emily LeBrasseur from Cluster 2 entered the Scholastic Books Amazing People Portrait Contest in February. Scholastic wrote that they received thousands of portraits and had a really tough time choosing just …