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Great School-Break Idea for Leadville Students
If the upcoming holiday school-break has you wondering how you are going to keep your kids engaged and learning, here’s a great idea from a former Lake County educator.
Former Leadville teacher and author Laurel McHargue understands bell-to-bell instruction. During her teaching years, she was always on the lookout for easy classroom warm-ups, unique full class assignments, short homework assignments, and easy-to-implement substitute/guest teacher lessons. She created Hai CLASS ku for today’s teachers and added an incentive: a chance for students to see their work published in an anthology by December 2017.
Here’s Mrs.McHargue to explain the details:
CMC Film Series Continues This Friday
This Friday, Nov. 18 the Colorado Mountain College (CMC) Film Series 2: The Immigrant Experience: An International Perspective, continues.
This film series explores the immigrant experience in cultures worldwide, including films from France, Turkey, Denmark, Mexico, and Germany as well as the United States. The first film was Sin Nombre, from director Cary Fukunaga, following Honduran teenager Sayra’s (Paulina Gaitan) perilous journey atop a freight train through Guatemala and Mexico.
The series plays Fridays at 6 p.m. in Climax Molybdenum Center, KW Room November 4, 11, 18, December 2, 9, and 16. Cost: $10 for all/one films.