Hello, Welcome back!
This week in our school, the student council elections results came out. And the last two days we have been taking the ELA ready assessment. That's basically what is new in our school this week.
It is very important to us to take the ELA ready test. It's a way we get prepared for the state test turns out the state test is easier than the practice crazy, right?
Our student bloggers have posted something new this week! Feel free to check there blog out! (: In Jordalys blog she asked questions to all the group asking “What is your favorite application/project this year?" Lots of answers were based on there project. In Joshua’s blog he talks about ants which was what we were studying this week. In Brianna’s blog she talks about socratic seminar. Don't know what a socratic seminar is where we get in a circle and talk about a topic sometimes we argue and sometimes we don't. Justin known to be as the “Mathematician” talks about fractions, division, multiplication, and common denominator! Michael talks about Venice, Italy. And Omar talks about the new projects we are starting in PBL.
Each week I will be interviewing someone who is important to our school. Today I interviewed Ms. Gladys Badillo. Here is what we talked about...
SPECIAL GUEST INTERVIEW: MS. BADILLO
Q: What is your job title?
Ms. Badillo: I'm the business manager.
Q: How long have you been working at P.S. 376?
Ms. Badillo: I've been here for 22 years!
Q: What is your favorite part of your job?
Ms. Badillo: I love helping people!
Q: What is your least favorite part of your job?
Ms. Badillo: I don't have one. I love my job!
Q: What does the Student Council do?
Ms. Badillo: They make decisions when it comes to graduation, prom, how money is spent, new programs and they also do volunteer work.
Q: Why is it important for our school to have a Student Council?
Ms. Badillo: It is important because without the Student Council they cant give kids opinions and we need their opinion for their own education.
Q: What are you most looking forward to this year?
Ms. Badillo: I am looking forward to seeing changes that come and to see kids to move on and do better things for themselves.
I loved Ms. Badillo's response about giving students opinions. This is really fair!
See who I interview next week!