A digital library with over 35,000 books, videos, quizzes, and more! Free 30-day trial $7.99 per month. The tests we had to do were reading,writing,math and science.They were LONG and boring. Also, we are going to do a swim party for finishing TCAP next Friday. Another thing our class did last week was have a pizza party!!!!! The party was very cool and we ate pizza and stuff. One kid brought in an iPad and played music. 5 – 5:30 p.m.- Ms. Borman's class / 5:45 – 6:15 p.m. Lenard's Please email or return the attendance sheet below to your student’s teacher, so we can make sure there are plenty of instruments available for all the participating students and seats for our audience. Through General Music, students in the fifth and sixth grade classes have been hard at work applying music knowledge to history. Recently we have started working on the Opera William Tell, by Rossini. How to make a bootable usb for mac. Focusing on the Finale to the Overture has let us combine music class with other subjects, such as history. Learn Music Music Math Preschool Music Education Music Notes Homeschool Music Teaching Music Learning Printables Music For Kids Ultimate Guide to Hands-On Math for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Grade The best ideas, photos, games and activities for hands-on math all in one place to make math fun and engaging for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th graders.
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Creating our own instruments from the Antiquity Era was a fun project and a way for students to apply knowledge learned about the Musical Era in a creative way.
Fifth Grade students show off their home-made instruments after completing presentations
Sixth Grade students show off their home-made instruments after completing presentations
Instruments of the Orchestra
Movie Theme Songs
After discussing different ways to keep music in our lives after school, the middle school students of SJS are in for a treat. A local host will be a visitor to SJS to discuss the business of Radio! Ms. Ryan's got some sweet connections and has hooked up our very own 'mid-west Ryan Seacrest' to come to St. Joseph School.
Matt Malone graduated from Elk Mound High School in 2005. After receiving his Associate Degree in the Applied Science of Marketing he began working with Maverick Media. He has been heard on stations such as WAXX 104.5, and is currently a radio broadcaster for Today's Best Variety I-94 found at 94.1 FM in the North-West Wisconsin listening area.
Matt can be heard on the I-94 morning show with George, Matt and Teri from 6am-9pm. He hosts his own show from 2pm-7pm on weekdays, and can also be heard on Saturdays from 6am-10am.
Through General Music, students in the fifth and sixth grade classes have been hard at work applying music knowledge to history. Recently we have started working on the Opera William Tell, by Rossini. Focusing on the Finale to the Overture has let us combine music class with other subjects, such as history. Check out our history and form powerpoint below. In our music courses we have been learning about reading rhythms. Playing a percussion piece called 'I don't like Homework,' was a fun way to get our brains into music-reading mode.