April 23 Blog

So proud of the outstanding results I am seeing in students' work!  Study Island math, science, social studies, ELA, and writing assignments are challenging.  Problem solving and critical thinking skills are busy at work in this distance learning program.  Love that my students are showing integrity in their work and persevering, even though we will only be giving a pass or incomplete in each of our subjects for 4th quarter grades and not letter grades.  I enjoyed the essays I received on water conservation and suggestions for dealing with the COVID-19 concerns.  These were some of the issues highlighted.  Having less than 1% of the Earth's total water available for human consumption was a good reminder for us all that being good stewards and using water wisely is important, regardless of where we live in the world.  As for the Corona Virus, students agreed that finding a cure would be nice.  In the meantime everyone should find ways to play outside and have fun during this difficult time, getting plenty of exercise and trying not to get fat.  Many students felt the Corona is not a big problem here in Wallowa County and are thankful to live where we live.  One student, Vincent Finlayson, summed it up nicely, "Hopefully in the end it turns out good in the end and our lives become better after this is all over."  Let's continue to be the positive influence in the midst of our changing and somewhat challenging circumstances.  😍

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