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Memorial Day


May 28, 2007



Fading light dims the sight And a star gems the sky, gleaming bright  From afar drawing nigh, Falls the night.

Day is done, gone the sun,  From the hills, from the lake, from the skies.  All is well, safely rest; God is nigh.

Then goodnight, peaceful night;  Till the light of the dawn shineth bright.  God is near, do not fear, Friend, Goodnight

(Click on the photo above to hear TAPS being played)

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Homework is done!


Good Job!

Now you're ready for some down time.



Take A Break - you deserve it!

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How many inches are in one meter?

What is wind chill and how is it calculated?

How many fluid ounces are in a liter?

If water freezes at 32 Fahrenheit, at what temperature does it boil?

For a great conversion calculator tool click here



Critical Thinking Skills
  • Don't believe everything you see, read or hear. Decide for yourself what you are going to believe.
  • Critical thinking is important in order to:

    1.  Enhance common sense.

    2.  Filter emotion.

    3.  Categorize experiences.

    4. Select reference.

    5.  Understand the "experts."

    6.  Sort fact from opinion.

    7.  Learn to express yourself in a cogent and expressive manner.


    1.  Attractive socially.

    2.  Able to resist manipulation.

    3.  Able to overcome confusion.

    4.  Able to perceive connections between subjects and events.

    5.  Able to base judgments on evidence and facts.

    6.  Able to realize that the "truth" is never simple.  Grey or foggy areas always exist.


U do the math!


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