Kalifonsky Christian

Posted: Wednesday, November 12, 2003

This week at Kalifonsky Christian School, the students in kindergarten through second grade learned about the mayor and waitresses as community workers. They also have been studying England, as Mrs. East recently returned from her trip there. Plans also are in progress for a Thanksgiving play.

The third-graders are learning three-digit division in math, while fourth-graders are figuring out metric measurements. The fifth-graders are learning fractions and finding least common multiples. The students enjoy using calculators in math class every other Friday. The third- and fourth-graders are progressing in punctuating sentences in language. The fifth-graders are diagraming sentences.

Mr. Toliver's sixth- through eighth-grade class is learning about direct and indirect objects in language and the Renaissance and Reformation in history. Seventh-graders are learning to convert measurements to metric, while eighth-graders are factoring the difference between two binomial squares.

Developing Capable Young People classes start Friday at 4 p.m. at the school. The class is limited to 10 people, and there is a fee. For more information, call school administrator Adele Pribbenow at 283-3150.

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