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Fall 2024 CCP Textbook Ordering

It is also time to order your textbooks for the 2024 Fall Semester!  Please use the Google Form Link below for all requests:
(The student must be logged into their GAFE account to order CCP Textbooks through this link.) 

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8th Graders Build Soda Rockets

Algebra I students in 8th grade built soda rockets. The final step of their cumulative project was to set the rockets off for the 8th grade class to see who could obtain the highest altitude.
Two students releasing their soda rocketAll of the 8th gradesr who built the soda rockets.A group of 3 students releasing their rocket.

Sharpie Shoes

Eighth graders recently used sharpies to explore texture, pattern and value while they drew their shoes. Students also incorporated other mediums into their background such as: colored pencils, watercolors, markers and crayons.

Tennis Shoe Laces close up made with sharpies
All Star Converse art with SharpiesTennis Shoe Art with Sharpies

Name that Color!

Students were given the task to “name a color.” I encouraged them to think about advertising and the paint companies that name their paint colors. Students were to create and name a color based on something that they liked to or their personalities. Students used sharpie and watercolors.
Artwork featuring a floral bubble being poured out of a paint tube.Artwork of the mountains with a paint tube spilling down into the blue lake.
A bubble that includes a cat and dog, blue sky and clouds pouring out of a paint tube.

Impressionism & Flower Bouquets

Sixth and seventh graders have been exploring oil pastel techniques as they learned about Impressionism. Students were inspired by the artist, Berthe Morisot as they created their oil pastel bouquets.
Oil pastel painting of roses and a vaseOil Pastel painting of flowers with a white vase and a blue scene through a window.
Purple flowers in a vase using oil pastels.Abstract flowers in a vase with a red and yellow background.

It's Donut Time!

This is one of my all time favorite lessons! Students learned about the South Korean ceramicist, Jae Yong Kim.  The artist inspired RMS 6th and 7th graders to try making their own donuts out of clay. We even used real sprinkles after we painted our donuts. Yum! They look so real!
Donuts made out of clay, they have yummy looking icing and all!Donutes made with clay, they look so real with there icing and sprinkles.
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What are you learning this summer?

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Fairfield Union has compiled a list of 2024 summer camps and programs for students in grades K-12.  There is a wide variety of options from all over the state of Ohio. We hope this list encourages all students to attend camp and extend their learning. Read on for links and information. . . 
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2nd Quarter PBIS

Our 2nd quarter PBIS incentive day was postponed due to weather but the staff and students had a great time when we finally got it have it. We had movies, a pizza party for our PBIS poster contest class winner, Falcon Swag prize packs for our individual poster winners, and our first ever PBIS raffle. It was wonderful to see and hear the kids cheering each other on when names were drawn!
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1st Quarter 2023 - Falcon Lunch Bunch

On a daily basis, students are able to earn "Falcon Feathers" for showing positive characteristics.   All of those students are then invited to the Falcon Brunch at the end of the grading period where we enjoy donuts and a drink.  Parents or guardians are also welcome to attend with their child. Read on. . . more+
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