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  • in reply to: Giveaway Entry Directions #2423
    jerrenp
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    Jerren Pittaluga, 8th grade science teacher
    Clinton Middle School
    600 E Clinton St.
    Clinton, MO 64735
    Twitter: @sciencepittstop

    I know the students in my advisory class would absolutely love to have a t-shirt. They are already enjoying our read aloud of this book!

    in reply to: Partner Texts. #2422
    jerrenp
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    I’ve been planning to use Octopus with my advisory class since I’m actually a science teacher so there isn’t a good way for me to use it with curriculum. I’d love to have students write notes to future students about the book and what they thought of it.

    in reply to: Partner Texts. #2421
    jerrenp
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    I really like this idea. One of my goals for my classroom library this year has been to bring more diversity to the books that I offer my students. I’m almost done with Octopus now, and have Genesis to begin next. I’d love to see what other options there might be.

    in reply to: For Starters #2420
    jerrenp
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    Our FACS classroom at my middle school has a washer and dryer. If you have a FACS classroom, maybe check with that teacher. If not, would it be possible to do a Donors Choose project to bring in a washer and dryer?

    in reply to: For Starters #2419
    jerrenp
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    I really like the idea of having a place for feminine hygiene products. I know girls can see our nurse to get things now, but sometimes it’s inconvenient or she may be out of the building. I don’t know that keeping them in a middle school bathroom is the best idea though. I could see some girls taking everything; however, I think it would be a GREAT idea to have some female teachers be contact points for supplies if needed.

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