their partners and for those who would like to conduct investigations at a higher level. We are very excited with the array of topics being covered this year, so save Thursday April 15, 2010 for our evening Science Fair Open House. Keep thinking like a scientist, Ms. Valerie Finnerty, Ms. Beth Stephenson; 8th grade science 7th grade science
The eighth graders are working on a project about the five pillars of Islam. The project is due on Monday 2/1. Students have a chance to earn extra credit on the project by having parents fill out the "Parent Feedback Form." This form will be distributed to students in late January.
The 8th grade had a wonderful time at the Hanover Theater’s production of A Christmas Carol before our holiday break. The students are now gearing up for mid year exams, taking part from January 20-22. Plans are also being made for the DC trip and for students who do not attend the trip. While in DC, we have secured a
tour of the Pentagon and the fingers and hope that this year we House. For students not going to DC, Eldridge’s office, we have obtained a House, a meeting with Sen. Eldridge
Holocaust Museum. We cross our will get a tour of the White through the help of Sen. tour of the Massachusetts State and Rep. Arciero and, if the
timing works out, the students will be able to watch the proceedings in the Senate Chamber from the visitor’s gallery. Otherwise, all is well in the 8th grade.