Grace Lutheran

Posted: Wednesday, November 10, 2004

The children continue to work their way through the life of Jesus Christ.

In science, the seventh- and eighth-graders wrapped up another module. The latest one had to deal with testing the validity of archeological evidence.

The fourth-, fifth- and sixth-graders are wrapping up the chapter on India. They learned of the great city of Mohenjo-Daro and some of the religions that came out of that country.

In grammar, the children are doing a lot of work on different styles of writing. The seventh- and eighth-graders are doing descriptive writing, including one where the students played the role of an object and described what a day would be like from its perspective.

Congratulations to Tom Werth. He is the first student to finish 100 mixed math facts of in two minutes. Ryan Cole accomplished that feat in three minutes.

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