Bail Money Needed
Brett aka “The Imposter”
Representing the Freshmen Class
Dakota and Laurissa
aka “Bonnie and Clyde”
Representing the Sophomore Class
Tiffany aka “Speedy”
Representing the Junior Class
Michael aka “The Gambler”
Representing the Senior Class
Mrs. A aka “The Spy”Representing the Faculty and Staff
Please donate money between now and Friday, November 2nd, 2012, to help bail your criminal out of jail. The donation buckets will be located in the Arp High School Library beginning Friday, October 26th. All donations go towards this year's "Tiger's Day Out" Trip.
There is a competition in place. The Grade level that raises the most money to bail out their criminal will be allowed to use their cellphones at lunch for one week. Totals will be revealed at the Senior Pep Rally on November 2nd.
See Ms. Hudson in room 219 for more details.
On left hand side Click in the Blue Box where it says Go to the Interactive Study Guides
Change the grade level to your grade level…2 study guides will appear
Choose the one on the right by clicking on the word interactive – make sure it is the one for reading not math.
The following table of contents will appear on your screen:
Listen to my instructions on which topic we will be working on today.
Advocacy Group Winner of a $200 prepaid Visa Card
Non-Advocacy Group Winner of a $200 prepaid Visa Card
Special Shout Outs to the following:
Colton Densberger-Most-Entries Earned : Advocacy Group
Mariana Ponce-2nd Most Entries : Advocacy Group
Danielle Pittman-3rd Most Entries Earned : Advocacy Group
Dimitri Bowie –Most Entries Earned : Non-Advocacy
Laurissa Roberts-2nd Most Entries : Non-Advocacy
Allison Tiger-3rd Most Entries : Non-Advocacy
(and she had only 6 classes instead of 8!)
Be on the lookout for information on the Spring Semester Drawings. But beware….It is going to be harder to earn entries next time!!!!
Here are some sample lessons to check out as well.
Go to http://trackstar.4teachers.org and then enter the Track number to view the lesson.
Poetry Track (Which I created and Mrs. Stewart used with her Freshman and Sophmore English classes) #415618
Christopher Columbus Track-created by one of my classmates #416128
Coronary Heart Disease-also created by a classmate #415475
The next one is called Filamentality. The document below tells you how to create a lesson using the Filamentality site. There are several different types of lesson you can create. All of my examples are "Samplers".
Poetry Sampler -created by me and used by Ms. Rousseau's English classes.
Hypertension Sampler-created by a classmate
Obesity Sampler-created by a classmate
Native American Sampler-created by a classmate
I also learned how to create a webpage using Html. It was really neat as well. I am attaching the document that tells how to create a web page using html. However, to make our pages available to our classmates we uploaded them to a server through UT Tyler. I am not sure exactly how to make it work for us to create them and use them with our students. It was still a lot of fun though.
My webpage link is
I really enjoyed learning how to do all these and would be glad to help any of you who would like to try it out for yourself.