There's no school tomorrow, Friday, February 8, given the expected storm and the large number of teachers and substitute teachers currently in sick bay with Dr. McCoy.
Given that we had planned to rehearse all the Exhibition lessons on Friday, and a few families have identified conflicts, we have rescheduled several Exhibitions.
Please check the schedule below. Remember that each Exhibition is thirty minutes long. I have included the two lesson topics for each student.
Tuesday, February 12
12:45 . . . . . Jonathan (binary, Julius Caesar)
4:00 . . . . . Saul (hexaflexagons, Gilgamesh)
4:45 . . . . . Jianmarco (gallery problem, Rhazorn)
Wednesday, February 13
10:00 . . . . . Lev (hexadecimals, Syphoni)
1:30 . . . . . Danny (multiplication methods, Part-Time Indian)
2:15 . . . . . Evan (gnome problem, Julius Caesar)
3:00 . . . . . Isobel (math in history, knitting)
4:45 . . . . . Mike (gnome problem, French)
Thursday, February 14
10:00 . . . . . Den
ali (lattice multiplication, Mandarin)
11:45 . . . . .
Trent (math Jeopardy, woodcarving)
Friday, February 15
11:45 . . . . . Lily (shadow math, German)
1:45 . . . . . Taylor (Euler circuit, photosynthesis)
2:30 . . . . . Aristea (math hunt, Cleopatra)