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 Sunday, 26 December 2010
Sunday, 26 December 2010 20:44:42 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00) ( Links to Video Clips )

Watching weather video clip ...


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 Tuesday, 07 December 2010
Tuesday, 07 December 2010 15:31:23 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00) ( )

Homework for the rest of the semester.... click here for more info on the Geminid meteor shower (shooting stars) & total lunar eclipse which will be visible this month! 

Unsure what chapters are included on our final? Click here.


Dec. 6th-

Finish SciNB p. 66, 67



Dec. 7th- (Computer lab)

Ch 6 Review (packet due tomorrow) & work on note plate (due Monday)


Dec. 8th-

Ch 5 Review (packet due tomorrow) & work on note plate (due Monday)



Dec. 9th-

Ch 4 Review (packet due tomorrow) & work on note plate (due Monday)


Dec. 10th-

Ch 2 lesson 3 Review (packet due tomorrow) & work on note plate (due Monday

Dec. 13th-

tonight- look for shooting stars!

(Collect Note Plate today)

Review Ch. 1

regular 2:46 dismissal

Dec. 14th-

Before sunrise- look for shooting stars!

2°, 4° finals today

dismissal @ 12:20

Dec. 15th-


5°, 6° finals today

dismissal @ 12:20

Dec. 16th-


1°, 3° finals today

dismissal @ 12:20

Dec. 17th-


Last day of the semester!

regular 2:46 dismissal

Total Lunar Eclipse on Dec. 20 start at 9:29pm our time, lasts for 72 minutes ... check the moon periodically for progress

6th grade California Science Standards on the Fall 2010 Final: StandardsOnFall2010Final.pdf (71.01 KB)

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 Monday, 06 December 2010
Monday, 06 December 2010 07:10:25 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00) ( )

Since the digital lockers were down today, check out these links which are maps of various earthquake hazards:

  1. Liquefaction ....

  2. Collapse of the dam structures that holding back the water in our reivours ...

  3. Tsunami's reaching into Santa Clara County (click on the green striped portion of the map to see more detailed map) ...

  4. Landslides caused by earthquakes (and rainfall) ...

  5. Quiz to see the risks & hazards in your home ...

  6. Visit the USGS website to find an up-to-date map on all earthquakes that have occured within the last day, week, or hour!            (suggested by E.V. 1° - thank you E.V. 1°)
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