If you need help creating your dog toys, check out videos to help. Watch as often as needed.
Here are some great photos, instructions, and videos which show how to make a pillowcase using the burrito method.
Check out the video below to help you sew on a button. Simple instructions and great results.
6th grade Cook @ Home parent evaluations are due no later than March 6, 2018. If students lose their recipe or evaluation sheet you may print them from the attachments below. Students may choose to make cinnamon biscuits or sausage biscuit bites. They DO NOT have to do both. 🙂 Enjoy!!
Congratulations to our local FCCLA cook-off winners:
1st – Molly E, Chicken Pesto Tortelini; 2nd – Kamryn C, Skinny Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo; 3rd – Leighton T, Chicken Spaghetti
1st – Mary S, Italian 3-cheese Stuffed Shells; 2nd – Anna C, Mexican Lasagna; 3rd – Addi J, Lasagna Casserole
1st – Grace T, Cookies n’ Cream Cheese Bundt Cake; 2nd – William P, Strawberry Cream Pie; 3rd – Niyah S, Strawberry Swirl Cheesecake Bars
In an effort to take learning outside the classroom, 7th and 8th grade students will choose one square from each category of the Extending Your Learning project to complete each nine-week grading period. See the detailed instructions on the attached document. Remember…a dated parent signature is REQUIRED for each paragraph turned in. Don’t wait until the last minute!! Only one reflection will be accepted per week.
Family Meal Planning Packets are due DECEMBER 12TH!! While I emailed this information to parents earlier, I also wanted to post it just in case a student has lost his or her packet and evaluation sheet. Students hopefully have already planned to prepare their meal by now and may just need to cook and then fill in the evaluation sheets. Everything they need is attached. Please remember that students MUST turn in the completed rubric…a handwritten note will not suffice for the grade.
There are several recipes posted under the “Recipes” tab at the top. These are great options for the meal planning project. In addition, I would LOVE to include recipes from our students and their families. Please email me if you would like a recipe included…of course I’ll give you credit. 🙂
The 7th and 8th grade semester classes prepared a “Beefy Rice Skillet Meal” today in class. This is a great way to incorporate multiple food groups and have a healthy, easy dinner on the table in only half an hour. Many students asked for the recipe so here is the link…
This would be a great option for the Family Meal Planning project which is due on (or before) December 13.
Since the 7th and 8th grade semester classes are making cookies at home, here is a great resource to check out. Sign up with Betty Crocker and get a new cookie recipe sent to your email in-box every day for 24 days! https://goo.gl/fQ9Ehy
Remember that your cookie evaluation sheet is due by November 17th. Print a new copy if you need it. Cookies at Home Evaluation Sheet