July 18, 2022

Summer Sage News: July 18, 2022

Week of July 18, 2022
Let’s dive into the learning activities below and shell-abrate as we enjoy another beautiful week of summer!

Join Sage Oak's Summer School Coordinator, Mrs. Tiffiny Webster, live on Wednesday, July 20th at 9 am for a fun, interactive art lesson. All you need is a blank sheet of paper, a pencil, and some markers or crayons. After you create your artwork, Mrs. Webster will show you how to share your artwork on the Summer Sage Flip

Click below to join the Zoom meeting.
Meeting ID: 979 1293 7425
Passcode: sagesummer
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Want to watch more art tutorials on your own? Click below to visit the Art for Kids Hub for some fun, easy art lessons.
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There are so many benefits to writing poetry, but one of the most inspirational is self-awareness. Being able to articulate thoughts and feelings in a reflective way is constructive and good for the brain! Click below to view the poetry workbook. It's structured for all ages and has many different types of poetry to explore.

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Click below to get started on the puzzle challenge. Students can start by placing numbers in the outer corners, then subtract until they get to the inner circles. This puzzle teaches them to recognize patterns and is great for all math levels. Good luck!

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The International Spy Museum has provided not one, but eight formulas for invisible ink! Try to determine which formula works best for secret spy messages, then accept the elusive egg challenge (dun-dun-dun!). The museum admits they’ve never gotten it to work so will you be the successful scientist who does?

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During this week in 1775, the United States Postal System was established, with Benjamin Franklin as its first Postmaster General! The postal service covers its expenses through the sale of postage stamps and delivers mail, rain or shine. Click below to use the template to design your own postage stamp and don’t forget to include cost and special illustrations that represent your personality and symbols of your community.

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Tell Us S’More
We’d love to hear how things are going, what you are up to, and any ideas, comments, and feedback you would like to share. Click below for our super quick weekly check-in!

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2022 High School Summer School: June 21-August 12
How do I access my high school summer school course? 
Check your personal and Sage Oak student email accounts for a welcome letter from your teacher with your username and password. In addition to providing course oversight, your teacher will be available to support you through email and office hours. You can find your teacher’s contact information and office hours in the welcome letter email or on the Summer School Student Central.

It’s not too late to enroll in summer school credit recovery courses. If you are interested in enrolling in high school summer school, please contact Tiffiny Webster, Summer School Coordinator, at summerschool@sageoak.education for details.
For questions, please contact summerschool@sageoak.education.