Weekly Warrior by Aaron Foster 5/31/17

Welcome back to another awesome Weekly Warrior article! This week in Mrs. Galan’s class, the students are painting their didgeridoos and they are even learning about the significance of Memorial Day. The students have also been forging ahead with their reading and math programs as well.

Ms. McDermid’s class is very excited about the end of the year and they have finished all of that obnoxious state testing. Everyone has been doing a lot of activities such as their cool Navajo weavings and their Native American houses.

In Mr. Corcoran’s class we are selling the amazing yearbooks which everyone should buy. The yearbooks cost 40$ and you can buy them from Mr. Corcoran; his school contact number is 289-3473. Also at the end of the year on Thursday, June 8th the whole junior high/high school is leaving to go to Collins Lake which will be an awesome field trip. Everyone will have a blast, guaranteed. Then the two amazing seniors will be having their graduation at Herrington’s Meadow in Sierra City on Saturday, June 10th at 4:30pm. A potluck at the Sierra City Community Hall will follow the ceremony, so come down because the seniors would love to see everyone there.

The drama class has done a lot of hard work making props, practicing large amounts of lines and even dancing, but it has all come together very well with everyone’s participation. The students will be presenting When In Rome on Friday, June 2nd and Saturday June 3rd at the Yuba Theatre in Downieville at 7:00 p.m. Tickets cost 10 dollars for adults and 7 dollars for seniors who qualify at age 60 and children who qualify at 1-17. We really encourage everyone to come and enjoy the show because it will be well worth your time and money. See you there!
Last week on May 25th in Ms. Bolle’s physical science class, the 7/8th graders presented their projects which consisted of poems, musical rhyming, and even one large cookie that looked like an atom. The projects were very fun and unique and we were learning about electrons and neutrons in the atom. This week everyone 7th through 12th grade will be starting to take their finals for Ms. Bolle.

On the 24th of May we had an Awards Ceremony for the secondary students and it went very well. The Academic Excellence Awards went to Esmeralda Nevarez, Kaylon Hall, Megan Parker, Sierra Folsom and Eliane Campbell. Congratulations to them for their hard work. This summer Robin Bolle will be starting up a STEM club and it will meet from 4-6pm every Wednesday. All kids under the age of 10 years old must be with an adult. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
The school year is coming to an end and everyone can’t wait for summer because it’s right around the corner. Thank you very much for reading this week’s Weekly Warrior and have a lovely summer.