Update April 15, 2020
We are switching to Teams which is an app in your Office365 suite. You can open Teams from your "waffle" and select the 6th grade SIGNET Team. Each week you will find a different math challenge and a new "Think- Dig Deeper - Discuss" Language Arts or Social Studies lesson. In addition please continue work on the Flipgrid assignments I have sent you links to. Please check your email for those links. Continue working on your Centers which are accessed through your OneNote Class Notebook.  

pdate: March 13, 2020

Please go to your Edmodo page to get assignments and keep up with class work and messages. 
To log into your Edmodo account, please remember to first log into your school Office365 account, then when you log into Edmodo, choose to log in through Office365. You should not need to enter any username or password if you use the "single log-on" option of going through your Office365 acount. 

Welcome to 6th grade SIGNET.
In 6th and 7th grades, SIGNET students will receive Resource Room services through the Encore rotation, which means that their SIGNET class will appear on their schedule under the name "Independent Study," as a Quarterly class. The best way to tell if your child has been scheduled for SIGNET is to look for the teacher's name. If you see the names "Keck" or "Harmon" then that is a SIGNET class. 

INternational Food Feast
The 6th grade SIGNET 6th pd class will be having their
 International Food Feast on Monday, October 28 .

 This is a culmination to their First World - Third World Unit. 
Students should plan to bring an Ethnic or National dish to share with the class. 
Foods that are family specialties that represent heritage are especially encouraged. 
Other options are to research foods from either the student’s First World research country or their Third World Research country and try to create one of those to share. 
Students may drop the food off with Mrs. Harmon in the morning with instructions on heating or refrigeration, OR Parents may bring the food to school anytime before 2:00pm when our class meets.
This is intended to be a fun food activity that involves the family. Please do not stress over this. Students are not required to bring anything. Most however do want to, and are often eager to share a popular family dish that has a connection to their family’s heritage. Others are eager to try to cook something new in the kitchen with their parents.
We are doing this on the first day of our last week of meeting for Quarter 3. This is planned for a Monday, so that students will have a chance to prepare over the weekend. If cooking or baking is an inconvenience, then please consider sending in paper plates or plastic utensils or a beverage like juice boxes. 
Please attach a recipe or ingredient label for our students with food allergies. 
If you have any other questions about our Feast Day, then please email me at harmonpf@pwcs.edu.

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