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Ever wonder what it’s like to pie a teacher?

Ever wonder what it’s like to pie a teacher?
Posted on 04/14/2016

Eighth grade held a competition in 3rd quarter to see which advisory had the least amount of warning notices. On the line was the ability to pie Mr. McDonald! Ms. Chung’s advisory (3212) won the competition and pied Mr. McDonald at the Student v. Staff basketball game on Friday, April 8th. Great job, 3212, maintaining the championship belt!

To conclude a unit on Encounters in the Atlantic, 8th graders are writing letters to Cambridge City Council about what should be done with the October holiday currently known as Columbus Day. On Thursday, April 7th, Mahtowin, a Lakota woman from the United American Indians of New England, came to speak to some classes about the current resolution before the City Council to have an Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Students were moved by the experience. One 8th grader stated, “It hits you right here [pointing to the heart].”


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