7th Grade Classroom Corner

Submitted by gadams on Fri, 10/20/2017 - 8:55am

The seventh grade is currently learning about Greek mythology during their literature classes and expanding their writing experiences by creating some of their own unique myths.  Functioning as a Google classroom, our seventh grade has become almost paperless as most assignments are done online, including correspondence from Mrs. Weston with her feedback and suggestions.

During the month of October, our seventh graders first designed and implemented games for our school progressive dinner in honor of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation and now are busy learning about Martin Luther and his impact on the Lutheran church regarding how we are saved by faith alone.  However, God is really using our seventh grade powerfully as they ask God to "Give me Your eyes" that will allow them to significantly show His love to others.  Since September, our seventh grade has helped pick l5,920 pounds of corn for Forgotten Harvest Farm, provided numerous activities for the LUTHERFEST 500, and loaded train cars for LRW.

One of the traditional blessings of seventh grade is to experience a one week "Outdoor Education" adventure in Wolverine, Michigan, and there is much excitement and anticipation building among this group for another amazing adventure learning about God's creation in January.

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