Sub Plans & Schedules

Sub plans for E2: Tuesday,  Dec. 10th
8:30-9:20 1st (Electives)
9:20-9:35 Lineup -Mr. Snyder will lead, announcements, 
9:35-10:30 2nd
Science – Holman Homeroom. Workbook pages 129-132
Find the corresponding book pages about the atmosphere. Please look over the 
chapter ahead of time, do a chapter “preview” and look over it before you 
start with the class. Do the first page or two together (You can even have a 
student with nice handwriting use the projector as you go along so you do not 
need to write it.) Let them work on the rest (due Friday) on their own or 
quietly with a partner. A/R when finished. (My class can really use the time.)
10:30-11:25: 3rd Period Snyder’s Class
Same as 2nd Period
11:30-12:00: “30 minutes of uninterrupted lunch” 
12:00-1:30 Math
Timed Test, decimals (Use the battery held timer – tell the kids no tickets 
today, I will give them some tomorrow)
Please correct last night’s homework and collect. (4-10, 1-35  odd.)
Begin 4-10.  For today and tomorrow, you pick the pace. I try to assign 
classwork /homework so that if they are working hard, they will have about 10-
20minutes of homework.  Have them do evens from 4-10. Please do 3-4 together 
on the board or Elmo, then let them work the remainder of the time. This 
class can do it, challenge them.
1:30-1:45 Break (we supervise in courtyard)
1:45-2:46
to the library or take an a/r test.(If our parent volunteer is there.) 
Planners must be signed to take a test.
Please leave a list of helpers and non-helpers. Thanks for coming today!




Sub plans for E2: Thursday, Feb 21
8:30-9:20 1st (Electives)
9:25-9:35 Lineup -Mr. Snyder will lead pledge, announcements, 
9:45-10:10 2nd
ELA: Practice Book Page 298 (We usually do this together on the projector) 
Around 10:10, some of Mr. Pirrello’s kids with an aide join the class. Then I 
switch to science
10:1—11 – 3rd period science
Open Science Workbook Chapter 7 test. (2 pages)
When done they may read a/r  If my class finishes, you may read STARGIRL to 
them.
11-11:10: Break in our courtyard (we supervise)
11:10-12:05: 4th period, Snyder’s class for science
12:10-12:40: “30 minutes of uninterrupted lunch” 
12:45-2 Math
(Continue yesterday’s plan, move on to 6-7 if they look like they have it. If 
not, there are additional problems they can do in a thin “Practice book” they 
have with them – key is on the bottom of TE.)

2-2:50 Reading
My homeroom again. Students may go to the lab (max 2 at any given time) to go 
to the library or take an a/r test.(If our parent volunteer is there likely 
they will not be.) Planners must be signed to take a test.
Please read “STARGIRL” (Page marked, ) as long as you can, then they can read 
their books the rest of the period. Please note any students who do not have 
a book.

Thanks  for doing this - I really appreciate it!



Sub Plans for E2 – Holman 12/21/12 “Last day of the world”
1st period prep (check with Pat Snyder about the day’s schedule)
9:25 – take roll, kids going caroling to Mr. S, those getting their grades up 
to passing to you. (I have printed grade reports. Anything below a C they can 
redo, if no score they just need to do it. I have left copied of the first 
page of the science test if they have lost their copy.) They may use the text 
on the retakes.

10-11:30ish, monitor and help kids get caught up. You may take a break with 
them or play a game in the middle if they have earned that. All kids that are 
on task may join the rest for the “feast” after students begin to trickle 
back to their homeroom class. 

Lunch: 12:10-12:40 (We walk them down around 12:06)

After lunch, one more trip through the snack line, then to either a movie or 
game room (you decide with Mr. S.) 
School is out at 2:46

Please leave names of helpful and not so helpful students. I am sorry to 
leave on such an unstructured day, a doctor’s appointment out of town made it 
necessary. Thank you for coming in for me today!





Please see times to switch following these instructions. Sorry, tried to type 
this on my phone. 
Ask Pat to run off a missing work list for my math class. He should  be in a 
better than average 
mood since his football team best mine last night. 


1st period student aide can get all of the basket and soccer balls inflated 
and collected from the 3 
rooms. She can put them under the hoop. 

ELA: talk to Pat about what pages to do

PE: take roll. Stretches (student leaders can do it, volunteers). Do some 
whole group dribbling 
warm ups (left. Right, cross, figure 8, low, high) then our dribbling game. 
(students can explain). 
After that, students may join either 4 square or a knock-out game. Give them 
either choice -  as 
long as they are moving. 

Break

Same with Mr. Snyder's class

 Please correct, score and collect the previous night's homework after 
answering questions. Next 
head to E6 lab. 17 students can log in to IXL math (directions are on our web 
page - kids should 
know how. ) if they are missing work, they should do it at the table. If not, 
chess, a/r, or look over a 
friend's shoulder on the computer. 

Reading: continue reading The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, then they read a/r 
to finish off the 
day. See library instructions below. Pat may change this last period into a 
cave/carnival. 

Thanks!

Sub plans for E2: Monday, November 26:
8:30-9:20 1st (Electives)
9:25-9:35 Lineup -Mr. Snyder will lead pledge, announcements, 
9:45-10:10 Curriculum Associates Math Assessment #2 (Please be sure that they
all start on #2 – not any other test in the booklet.) The tests and answer
documents are stacked near the desk in the southeast corner of my room.
Scratch paper is stacked on the cubby holder as you walk in the room on your
right.
When they finish, they may read a/r only. (They were advised to have a book
ready today.)
When all are done, please have them check to see that all of the bubbles are
filled in correctly and then collect all answer documents, booklets and
scratch paper.
During this test time:
10:50-11: Break in our courtyard (we supervise)
12:10-12:40: “30 minutes of uninterrupted lunch” J
12:45-2 Math
Correct, score and answer questions for last night’s homework. (4-4, 1-43odd.)
There is a powerpoint program to go over answers and help with explanations.
(Lleyton knows how to run it.)
Assign 4-5 evens for class/homework. I like to gauge about 15-10minutes worth
of homework. You select how many they do based on how much time they have to
start.
I like to have at least 10-15 minutes to start in class, with 15-20 minutes
more practice at 
home.
2-2:46 Reading
Please read “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” (on the desk somewhere, or front
small desk) for as long as you can. They read the rest of the time. Students
may go to the lab (max 2 at any given time) to go 
to the library or take an A/R test. (If our parent volunteer is there. 
Probably not on Tuesdays.) 
Very sorry for the late notice - Thanks for doing this - I really appreciate 
it!




Sub plans for E2: Monday, November 26:
8:30-9:20 1st (Electives)
9:25-9:35 Lineup -Mr. Snyder will lead pledge, announcements, 
9:45-10:10 2nd
ELA:  Practice Book pages _______ - Check with Pat, he is organizing that (We 
usually do one together on the projector – you choose which you want to do.)
Around 10:10, some of Mr. Pirrello’s kids with an aide join the class. Then I 
switch to science

10:1—11 – 3rd period science
Bruce Baldwin from the county will come in – he is the tobacco education
specialist. Just monitor behaviors, take role and roam the room for behaviors
When finished (not likely), in the past I have:
 -Read “Maroo” to them
-or, let them read A/R independently

11-11:10: Break in our courtyard (we supervise)
11:10-12:05: 4th period, Snyder’s class for science
Same as 3rd
12:10-12:40: “30 minutes of uninterrupted lunch” J
12:45-2 Math
Begin 4-3. Do several together. If you run out of problems to do for 
homework, they can do the ones in their “Homework and Practicebook” 
You may use powerpoint on laptop(corresponds to their “Know it Notebook”)
Do several together, assign whatever problems you see appropriate. 
Odd answers are in the back of the book for them to check. I like to have 
around 10-15 minutes to start in class, with 15-20 minutes more practice at 
home.
2-2:46 Reading
My homeroom again. Students may go to the lab (max 2 at any given time) to go 
to the library or take an A/R test. (If our parent volunteer is there. 
Probably not on Tuesdays.) 
Planners must be signed to take a test.
Please read “Maroo”as long as you can, then they can read their books the 
rest of the period. Please note any students who do not have a book.
Thanks for doing this - I really appreciate it!


Sub Plans & Schedules
Sub plans for E2: Friday, November 16:
8:30-9:20 1st (Electives)
9:25-9:35 Lineup -Mr. Snyder will lead pledge, announcements, 
ALL ESSAY CONTEST ENTRIES SHOULD BE COLLECTED, COPIED (by student aide 3rd
period) AND THE ORIGINALS SENT TO THE INT. SCHOOL OFFICE NO LATER THAN 11AM
9:45-10:10 2nd ELA: Read "Maroo" to class
Around 10:10, some of Mr. Pirrello’s kids with an aide join the class. Then I 
switch to PE)
10:10 - 3rd period
Collect Final Draft of essays.(both classes) (They can staple the rough drafts
to the back.) Please record who does not have their paper or is absent.
If not raining - 
Stretch
Basketball Dribbling Practice (Each student has a basketball or soccer ball
and dribbles right, left, cross-over, "figure eight," and any other ways you
want to add.)
Bashetball dribbling game. (Have students explain.) Main rule is that you may
only swat the ball away if you are dribbling.
Remainder of time: they can play four square or "knock out" - just as long as
they are moving.

If raining, "Cardio stations" in E6 lab. We did this last week. spread out the
cards around both sides of the room. Placy CD (left in the player already.)
Get into groups of 4-5. Every 60 seconds, signal the class to move to the next
station. Generally we get around the circuit once or twice.
If you have extra time:
-Read “Maroo” to them
-or, let them read A/R independently

11-11:10: Break in our courtyard (we supervise)
11:10-12:05: 4th period, Snyder’s class 
Same as 3rd
12:10-12:40: “30 minutes of uninterrupted lunch” J
12:45-2 Math
Correct and score last night's homework. (Lleyton can run the laptop with
answers.) Go over any questions, collect and record on paper the scores.
Head to E6 lab. Class gets with a partner. One of each pair gets to use the
computer and go to IXL.com (See list of usernames and passwords.) The other
can play a board game. After about 1/2 the remaining time is over, they 
switch.
If students know that they have a retake or missing work to do, they may
choose to do that and get your help.
2-2:46 Reading
My homeroom again. Students may go to the lab (max 2 at any given time) to go 
to the library or take an A/R test. (If our parent volunteer is there.) 
Planners must be signed to take a test.
Please read “Maroo”as long as you can, then they can read their books the 
rest of the period. Please note any students who do not have a book.
Thanks for doing this - I really appreciate it!




Sub plans for E2: Tuesday, October 30:
8:30-9:20 1st (Electives)
9:25-9:35 Lineup -Mr. Snyder will lead pledge, announcements, 
9:45-10:10 2nd
ELA:  Practice Book pages _______ - Check with Pat, he is organizing that (We 
usually do one together on the projector – you choose which you want to do.)
Around 10:10, some of Mr. Pirrello’s kids with an aide join the class. Then I 
switch to science

10:1—11 – 3rd period science
Today is a test review for chapter 5, Earthquakes. The class will be able 
to use their Science Journal during the test, but today they are going to 
play a review game.
- Pass out the questions on small slips of paper to about ½ the class.
-Explain to them that they must read the question and answers to someone 
without a card.
- If they get the answer, they say good job and move on.
-If they get it wrong, say “nice try” and hand the card to the person that 
got the question wrong.
Students without cards will spread out (so they do not hear the questions) 
around the basketball court sidelines in the E6 courtyard. Students with 
cards will be on the court, moving around to students without a card and 
trying to find someone to read the question to.
After about 10-15 minutes, when the questions begin to get more familiar, 
have students read the question, but not say the answer choices. Then it is a 
bit more difficult, and there is more turnover so that more students hear 
more questions.

When finished, in the past I have:
-reviewed the entire bunch of questions again as a class
-Read “Maroo” to them
-or, let them read A/R independently

11-11:10: Break in our courtyard (we supervise)
11:10-12:05: 4th period, Snyder’s class for science
Same as 3rd
12:10-12:40: “30 minutes of uninterrupted lunch” J
12:45-2 Math
Correct, score and collect last night’s homework.
Complete 3-4. Do several together. If you run out of problems to do for 
homework, they can do the ones in their “Homework and Practicebook” 3-4.
You may use powerpoint on laptop(corresponds to their “Know it Notebook”)
Do several together, assign whatever problems you see appropriate. 
Odd answers are in the back of the book for them to check. I like to have 
around 10-15 minutes to start in class, with 15-20 minutes more practice at 
home.
2-2:50 Reading
My homeroom again. Students may go to the lab (max 2 at any given time) to go 
to the library or take an A/R test. (If our parent volunteer is there. 
Probably not on Tuesdays.) 
Planners must be signed to take a test.
Please read “Maroo”as long as you can, then they can read their books the 
rest of the period. Please note any students who do not have a book.
Thanks for doing this - I really appreciate it!




Sub plans for E2: Wednesday, October 31: HALLOWEEN! Early out and Rally, no 
math today.

8:30-9:20 1st (Electives)
9:25-9:35 Lineup -Mr. Snyder will lead pledge, announcements, 

NO ELA on Wednesdays. We just skip second period entirely. They should 
publish a schedule, ask Pat. There is a rally today after lunch.

3rd period (TBA)PE today.

This is weather dependent. We have been doing basketball lately. They kids 
know stretches, then we have been in partners practicing the three types of 
passes. We have 2 student aides that can set up anything you need 1st period. 
Feel free to do any other game of yours, or choose any of the great 
activities I left in the “Spark” binder.

4th period (TBA) PE with Mr. Snyder’s class.

Lunch (TBA)

Rally (TBA)

There should be some time in between all of this, please Read Maroo or any 
other activity you wish.

Thanks for being here on a crazy day! 



Sub plans for E2: Thursday, November 1:
8:30-9:20 1st (Electives)
9:25-9:35 Lineup -Mr. Snyder will lead pledge, announcements, 
9:45-10:10 2nd
ELA:  Practice Book pages _______ - Check with Pat, he is organizing that (We 
usually do one together on the projector – you choose which you want to do.)
Around 10:10, some of Mr. Pirrello’s kids with an aide join the class. Then I 
switch to science

10:1—11 – 3rd period science
Open  Science Journal (they may use their notes) Chapter 5 test.
Some of the kids may use a modified test – the aides will know which ones.
They may read when finished. (Typically they turn in tests to the brown stool 
near my desk so I can get a head start on grading.)
Please grade as much as you can while students are still working quietly.

When finished, in the past I have:
-reviewed the entire bunch of questions again as a class
-Read “Maroo” to them
-or, let them read A/R independently

11-11:10: Break in our courtyard (we supervise)
11:10-12:05: 4th period, Snyder’s class for science
Same as 3rd
12:10-12:40: “30 minutes of uninterrupted lunch” J
12:45-2 Math
Correct and collect the homework from Tuesday.
Begin 3-5 in Math book
You may use powerpoint on laptop(corresponds to their “Know it Notebook”)
Do several together, assign whatever problems you see appropriate. 
Odd answers are in the back of the book for them to check. I like to have 
around 10-15 minutes to start in class, with 15-20 minutes more practice at 
home.
2-2:50 Reading
My homeroom again. Students may go to the lab (max 2 at any given time) to go 
to the library or take an A/R test. (If our parent volunteer is there.) 
Planners must be signed to take a test.
Please read “Maroo”as long as you can, then they can read their books the 
rest of the period. Please note any students who do not have a book.
Thanks for doing this - I really appreciate it!




Sub plans for E2: Friday, November 2:
8:30-9:20 1st (Electives)
9:25-9:35 Lineup -Mr. Snyder will lead pledge, announcements, 
9:45-10:10 2nd
This is weather dependent. We have been doing basketball lately. They kids 
know stretches, then we have been in partners practicing the three types of 
passes. We have 2 student aides that can set up anything you need 1st period. 
Feel free to do any other game of yours, or choose any of the great 
activities I left in the “Spark” binder. When finished, in the past I have:
-reviewed the entire bunch of questions again as a class
-Read “Maroo” to them
-or, let them read A/R independently

11-11:10: Break in our courtyard (we supervise)
11:10-12:05: 4th period, Snyder’s class for science
Same as 3rd
12:10-12:40: “30 minutes of uninterrupted lunch” J
12:45-2 Math
Correct and Collect Homework from Thursday.
Work out some more of the problems from 3-5 that they did not get to 
Thursday. 

Ten Question Quiz! 
They may read when done, please correct as many as you can.
2-2:50 Reading
My homeroom again. Students may go to the lab (max 2 at any given time) to go 
to the library or take an A/R test. (If our parent volunteer is there.) 
Planners must be signed to take a test.
Please read “Maroo”as long as you can, then they can read their books the 
rest of the period. Please note any students who do not have a book.
Thanks for doing this - I really appreciate it!












Sub plans for E2: Tuesday, October 9: Minimum Day Today! (Please double check 
with Pat the Schedule)
8:30-9:07 1st (Electives) We have 2 student aides. Have them take all of the 
science books and stack them neatly at the front of the room.
9:10-9:15 Lineup -Mr. Snyder will lead pledge, announcements, 
 (No 2nd period today – Min Day)

9:20—10:05 – 3rd period science
Chapter 4, Open “Science Journal” test. (No textbooks allowed.) Please 
monitor carefully and have them cover their work as they go. Usually, they 
turn is tests when finished to the brown stool by my desk in the center of 
the room.
Please grade as many as you can.
When finished, they read A/R independently (more than ½ of the class is 
behind on their goals.)
10:05-10:15: Break in our courtyard (we supervise)
10:20-11:15: 4th period, Snyder’s class for science
Same as 3rd
11:20-12:15 Math
2-7 – Equations with 2 variables
You may use powerpoint on laptop (corresponds to their “Know it Notebook”)
Do several together, assign whatever problems you see appropriate from 1-31. 
Odd answers are in the back of the book for them to check. I like to have 
around 10-15 minutes to start in class, with 15-20 minutes more practice at 
home. Please collect the math that they have scored at the end of class and 
enter on gradesheet.
12:20-12:50: “30 minutes of uninterrupted lunch” 
12:56 Dismissal

Thanks for doing this - I really appreciate it!







Sub plans for E2: 10/19 (Wednesday):
9:25 – 9:35 – Lineup and opening
9:40-10:40 – 2nd period (Holman Homeroom)
 PE – Take Roll
Introduce Science Lesson today. 
Science WB 82-85 (A) 70-72(B) If done early, they can read or you can  
read: "Maroo of the Winter Caves" Pages for each class marked in book.
 10:45-12 – Switch classes.
12-12:20 – ELT or “Blast” time. Ask Pat where we need you the most to 
supervise
12:20-50 Lunch
12:50-2 Math
ADD Math (day 8) when they come in. Correct and give tickets to the correct 
answers
Correct and Collect Homework. Please record on class roster.
Together, look at page 125 (Ready to go on). Have students do odds or all as 
sort of a “pretest” to this new chapter. Review the answers and answer 
questions. Review lessons 3-1 and 3-2. Do several together, then assign what 
you think is appropriate out of : PB 3-1(1-33) and PN 3-2 (1-23)
 Typically I assign some or all, based on how much class time they have left 
and how much they are understanding. The target is 20-30 minutes of math 
homework.
2:05-2:40
Continue reading Maroo of the Winter Caves to the class. May be a librarian 
today. Send 2 at a time 
for books, but no tests today. (I will let them take them next week) About ½ 
way through the 
period, you may choose to let them read their a/r books. Please have students 
put up their chairs up for the custodian on Tuesday and Thursday only.

Thanks!
 


Subplans for E2: 10/20 (Thursday):
9:15 – 9:20 – Lineup and opening
Go with Mr. Snyder Directly to the assembly until 10:30.
10:30-11:25 – 2nd period (Holman Homeroom)
Read “Maroo of the Winter Caves” to class for about ½ the class, then have 
them read the other ½. 
 11:25-11:55 – Lunch
12-1	– Same reading with Snyder’s class
1-2 Math
ADD Math (day 9) when they come in. Correct and give tickets to the correct 
answers
Correct and Collect Homework.  Please record on class roster.
Review lessons 3-3. Do several together, then assign what you think is 
appropriate out of 
3-3, 1-50
Typically I assign some or all, based on how much class time they have left 
and how much they are understanding. The target is 20-30 minutes of math 
homework.
2:05-2:40
Continue reading Maroo of the Winter Caves to the class. May be a librarian 
today. Send 2 at a time 
for books, but no tests today. (I will let them take them next week) About ½ 
way through the 
period, you may choose to let them read their a/r books. Please have students 
put up their chairs up for the custodian on Tuesday and Thursday only.

Thanks!






Subplans for E2: 10/21(Friday):
9:25 – 9:35 – Lineup and opening
9:40-10:40 – 2nd period (Holman Homeroom)
 Take Roll
Introduce Science Lesson today. 
Science WB 88-90 (A) 73-75(B) If done early, they can read or you can  
read: "Maroo of the Winter Caves" Pages for each class marked in book.
 10:45-12 – Switch classes.
12-12:20 – ELT or “Blast” time. Ask Pat where we need you the most to 
supervise
12:20-50 Lunch
12:50-2 Math
ADD Math (day 10) when they come in. Correct and give tickets to the correct 
answers
Correct and Collect Homework. Please record on class roster.
Together, look at Practice Book 3-3 (all – it is on the bottom of the 
teacher’s edition) Do these together or on their own. When done, they can 
read. When everyone is done, you may play a game inside or out.
 No homework unless they are missing something!
2:05-2:40
Continue reading Maroo of the Winter Caves to the class. May be a librarian 
today. Send 2 at a time 
for books, but no tests today. (I will let them take them next week) About ½ 
way through the 
period, you may choose to let them read their a/r books. Please have students 
put up their chairs up for the custodian on Tuesday and Thursday only.

Thanks!
 




Campus work to do while we're gone at camp:
*Pull staples out of the walls and throw in recycle bin
*Wipe down all tables, chairs and whiteboards
*Go through libraray and make sure books are not out of numerical order
*Take microscopes out, wipe down, wipe down shelf where they sit and replace
*Sweep, rake, week all around campus
*Weed inside orchard area
*Cut the old daffodil stalks back
*Pull weeds in onion and garlic area
*Sort crayons from random crayon bins in piles by color


**Optional**
Contact "Shell" at Oak Knoll and see if you can schedule a visit with the 
residents. Students already 
have permission to walk to Oak Knoll and we've gone many times this year 
tovisit and play games 
with the residents. Bring cards or Uno or anything fun and easy to play while 
there.

*Mapping activity with atlas

*Make a Powepoint presentation about your year at Evergreen 6 using any
pictures from the "Yearbook" login- BEFORE YOU MAY MAKE THIS POWERPOINT.... 
each student 
MUST
earn at least FIVE A.R. points. Read, read, read.... test, test, test!! =)

Links:
U.S. History of the 1930s Search:
http://www.education-world.com/a_lesson/lesson079.shtml

Zoo Animals Hunt:
http://www.education-world.com/a_lesson/lesson068.shtml#hunttwo

Comet/metor shower hunt:
http://www.education-world.com/a_lesson/lesson089.shtml#hunt%20II

Searching the world Hunt:
http://www.mdsg.umd.edu/%7ejacobs/SearchIt/hunt.htm

A fun global warming website to check out:
http://www.brainpop.com/science/populationsresourcesandenvironment/globalwarm
ing/

A few REALLY funny poetry sites:
http://www.gigglepoetry.com/
http://www.gigglepotz.com/kidspoetry.htm

Some links to Children's Museums around the country to explore:
http://www.childrensmuseum.org/
http://www.bostonchildrensmuseum.org/index.html
http://www.pittsburghkids.org/
http://www.chichildrensmuseum.org/
http://www.thechildrensmuseum.org/

NASA for Kids:
http://www.nasa.gov/audience/forkids/home/index.html

A link with tons of great links for kids to explore:
http://www.kidsites.com/

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SCHEDULES at E6:

2012 "Early Out Wednesdays" Schedules:

M/T/TH/F
8:30-9:22 1st
9:25-9:35 Lineup
9:40-10:50 2nd/3rd
10:55-12:05 3rd/4th
12:10-12:40 Lunch
12:43-2 Math
2-2:50 Reading


Wednesday
8:30-9:17 1st
9:20-9:30 Lineup
9:30-10:50 2nd/3rd
11:00-12:18 3rd/4th
12:25-12:55 Lunch
12:55-2 Math




Assembly Schedule 1:
8:30-9- line up
9-9:40- 1st
9:40-10:30- 2nd
10:30-10:45- 3rd
10:45-10:55- break
11-11:30- 3rd continued
11:30-12- lunch
12-1- homeroom & A.R.
1-1:55- Math
2:05-2:45- ASSEMBLY

Assembly Schedule #2 (with break & lunch together, we have to superview 
break)
8:30-9- walk/announcements/roll/lunch count
9-9:45- 1st
9:45-10:30- 2nd
10:30-11:15- 3rd
11:15-11:30- Break
11:30-12- Lunch
12-1- Homeroom / A.R.
1-2- Math
2:05-2:45- Assembly

Minimum Day Schedule:
8:30-9:10- 1st
9:15-10:00- 2nd
10:00-10:40- 3rd
10:40-11:15- 4th
11:15-11:45- Lunch
11:45-12:50- Math


Christmas Craft Rotation Schedule-
8:30-9- line up
9-9:35- 1st
9:35-10:10- 2nd
10:10-10:45- 3rd
10:45-11- Break
11-12- Homeroom / A.R.
12-12:30- Lunch
12:30-1:30- Math
1:30-2:45- Crafts

Day-Before-Christmas-Break Schedule:
8:30-9- Line up
9-9:45- A.R.
9:45-10:15- practice caroling as a group
10:15-12- walk to Oak Knolls, caroling
12-12:30- lunch
12:30-2:45- movie / snacks / finish volcano reports / missing work / reading