Thursday, November 21, 2019

Today was an exciting day. We had visitors from the Joy Kogawa house come and spend the morning with us teaching us about Japanese Internment Camps, and particularly, Joy Kogawa's experience in those camps and as a writer. In the afternoon, Ms. Kada-Wong showed us how to make origami cranes before students headed off to band, drama, and leadership classes.

At home this evening, students need to:

 ❏ Read for 20-30 minutes today

 ❏ "Esther" homework due Friday.  ❏ Talk to your parents about the story of Joy Kogawa.

 ❏ Purdy's Chocolate due Friday, November 22

 ❏ Merch Order due on Friday, November 22

 ❏ Hot Lunch Forms due on Friday, November 22

Notices and Homework:​

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