Friday, September 19, 2014

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Homecoming Week

Recap of Today:

HIP Reading:
We finished the OIC movie, Brush My Teeth (see previous post)

Biology: Students worked on make up work

US History: Students took a test: See previous post for info

Economics: We completed the Supply Worksheet and turned it in. See previous post for the worksheet.

College Fair

On behalf of Mr. Mansfield, the counseling staff has planned a College Fair on September 29, 2014 from 8:00 am and 10:00 am in the school cafeteria. The fair will expose seniors and juniors to different colleges so they can prepare to make applications. Students will be dismissed to the fair by last names:  A-G 8:00 to 8:40, H-O 8:45 to 9:25, and P-Z 9:30-10:00. Students may select to not attend the fair. Student will be admitted back to class with a purple slip of paper identifying them as being present at the college fair. Thank you for your cooperation. I am hopeful that this will be a great experience for our juniors.
Leslie Fleming & Heather Heaston

9th Grade English Book

1.     9th Grade 
English Textbook website:  
class access code: AFE3429A62AC6F89C6E8   (use all capital letters)  
Username: englishoneone
Password: periods124

Spanish Thursday

Todays Powerpoint

Notebooks were turned in today.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Deaf Picnic

The deaf awareness picnic is at putt putt this Sunday  1-5 pm

This week in the Deaf Community

I will be interpreting Revival on Monday, Sept. 22 at 7 p.m. at Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church (70 N. Bellevue - Near DeafConnect).

Remember that our Sunday Worship Service is always interpreted at 10:30 a.m.


Shared on Deaf Family Literacy MidsouthFacebook Page:

Idioms in ASL

Check out the other links on the site.


ASL_Nook uploaded a new video .. School Signs


Many of the Deaf social events will be suspended during the months of November and December.  This will give organizers a chance to rest during the holidays.  I will try to communicate any impromptu gatherings that Wally Hodge hears about.


Deaf Connect of the Mid-South has an opportunity for you!

Summer Chappell, a graduate student at The University of Memphis, is currently serving her practicum at Deaf Connect now until the end of November 2014.

What does this mean for you???

Summer is available at Deaf Connect to help you with:

Opportunity to work through personal challenges or problems

Job exploration

Review/development of resumes

Interview techniques/skills

And more...

Group sessions for job readiness skills will be announced soon.

All services offered are FREE!

Just call Deaf Connect or email Summer directly to make an appointment.

We hope to see you soon!

Summer Chappell

Deaf Connect VP: 901.620.6062

The University of Memphis - Rehabilitation Counseling '15


Sept 19

DNO canceled so we go to the food court of Wolfchase Mall on September 19 at 6 pm.


September 21, 1 pm - 5

Deaf Family Picnic

Hosted by DeafConnect of the Midsouth

Golf and Games Family Park

5484 Summer Ave, Memphis, TN 38134   

Join us for a day of fun, friends, games, and food! Hot dogs, chips, drinks and desserts will be provided.

Cost: $2 wristband for putt-putt, go-carts, bumper boats and batting cages plus a $2 card for the inside game room.   


September 22, 7 p.m.

Interpreted Revival at Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church

70 N. Bellevue (Near DeafConnect)


Sept 26

JobLINC mobile unit here at DeafConnect – Friday, September 26 at 10:30 AM to 3:00 PM.


Sept 26

Senior Citizens’ Game Day at DeafConnect – Friday, September 26 at 1PM to 3:30PM.


Sept 26, 6 pm

Deaf Coffee Chat at Starbucks

970 N. Germantown

Cordova, TN 38018



September 27, Noon (Saturday)

DNO at "Beale Street Landing."

No-pay parking lot.


US History Tuesday

US History Test Thursday

Here is your study guide. Remember that you can download the Quizlet app, create an account, log in, and search LindseyhartFerrell and find Coach Yarbroughs class.

Or you can study from this link:

Study Guide Version C

I highly recommend that you print out the study guide. Go to quizlet and on the top right yo will see where it says tools. Click on print. Make sure when you print, you select what you want your study guide to look like and then open in a PDF.

Also answer this question:
What were some of the other things that the Civil War was called?

English Book Online

9th Grade English Book: Harris

Username: englishoneone
Password: periods124

HIP Reading Wednesday

Wednesday in Reading

watch the following OIC movie and answer the questions below

We will be doing a phone number activity
We will be acting out, what a person would do in an emergency and how they should ask someone for help. They will be expected to ask someone for help and provide their loved ones phone number.

HOMEWORK: They are to write down their address and where they live.

Team 1 Assignment:

NAME: ________________________________

Date: _________________________________

OIC Movies Video
Username: password: password

Watch the above OIC Movie and answer the following questions.

1.   How do you brush your teeth?
a.   In circles    b. side to side    c. both

2.   How many times do you brush your teeth in one day?
a.   0                b. 1            c. 2            d. 3  

3.   How long do you brush your teeth?
a.   10 seconds  b. 30 seconds  c. 1 minute  d. 2 minutes

4.   How long should you brush your teeth?
a.   10 seconds  b. 30 seconds  c. 1 minute  d. 2 minutes


Brainpop Username: GreenwichPS
Brainpop Password: GPS2009

Yesterday we talked about the water cycle:

Today we talked about...

The Carbon Cycle:

The Nitrogen Cycle:

Spanish Tuesday

Notebook due: Thursday
Everything should be completed. See table of contents below. 

Monday, September 15, 2014


Love my leaders in tutorial!! 

US History

Monday (9/15/13)
In Class:
1)    Activity – The Civil War
2)    Guided Reading Chapter 3 Sections 3-4 Due Tuesday


Today we talked about the Water Cycle:

Today we completed the following worksheet and colored the picture as follows. 
Evaporation: Yellow
Condensation: Black
Precipitation: Turquoise
Collection: Blue

Water Cycle Vocabulary:
Evaporation: when solid water is absorbed into the air as water vapor
Condensation: when water vapor collects in clouds or on a surface and forms liquid water droplets
Precipitation: Water vapor that condenses and falls to the earth as rain, snow, hail or sleet
Collection: when precipitation gathers on earth to form rivers, streams, lakes and oceans


Spanish Monday

Homework: Finish writing all the notes from today in your notebook. Notebooks will be taken up on Wednesday or Thursday this week. 

Quizlet Unit 2:

Add the  notes from today. They will go through page 35.