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Welcome to Homeroom! Tuesday , Sept. 2. School announcements Get-to-know-you games Lockers. Announcements. Homeroom Schedule all this week Wednesday we will spend the morning reviewing behavior expectations in 6 different areas of the building (Station Rotation )

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Welcome to homeroom tuesday sept 2

Welcome to Homeroom!Tuesday, Sept. 2

School announcements

Get-to-know-you games



  • Homeroom Schedule all this week

  • Wednesday we will spend the morning reviewing behavior expectations in 6 different areas of the building (Station Rotation)

  • Thursday we will be reviewing important sections of the Sellwood student handbook

  • Friday we will have homeroom in the morning, and an assembly at the end of the day to celebrate our first week of school

  • No Homeroom next week (Sept. 8-12)

Name switching
Name Switching!

  • Everyone writes their first and last names on a name tag.

  • Pair up with someone you do not know well. Partner A tells Partner B as much about themselves as they can in 1 minute, and vice versa.

  • When time is up, partners switch name tags and find a new partner. This time, they introduce themselves as the person whose name tag they have (their previous partner).

  • Again, each partner gets 1 minute to talk.

  • When time is up, switch name tags and find a new partner again. Repeat 2-4 times total, as time allows.

  • At the end, students use the name tag they are currently holding to introduce that person to the entire group—telling as much information about that person as can be remembered.


  • Today we will practice our locker combinations and find our locker assignments.

  • 7th and 8th graders are encouraged to help 6th graders open and find their lockers if needed.

  • When it comes to lockers:

    • Be Safe

    • Be Respectful

    • Be Responsible

Wednesday september 3

Wednesday, September 3


Station Rotation 9:26-10:26

Station Rotation Reflection

Thursday september 4

ThursdaySeptember 4


I Like People Who… activity

Go over pages in handbook

I like people who
I Like People Who…

  • For this activity, you will need 1 less chair for sitting than you have students.

  • The object of the game is to find a chair and not be the odd one standing up. The student without a chair says, “My name is ______, and I Like People Who…” and finishes by stating something that’s true about them.

    • Examples: I like people who have 2 sisters. I like people who cheer for the Vikings. I like people who play soccer.

  • Everyone in chairs who fits that description must get up and find a new seat. Whoever does not find a new seat is the odd one out and it starts over again.

  • If students can’t think of anything to say, they may say, “I like everyone!” and everyone must find a new seat.

Friday september 5

Friday, September 5

Community Building Activities

Practice Sellwood Cheer for 3 PM assembly


What s in a name
What’s in a Name?

  • Write your name on one side of a piece of paper. You can draw, outline, or decorate the letters.

  • One the other side of the paper, write…

    • Things you like about your name

    • How you got your name

    • Any special significance your name has

    • Any nicknames or info you would like to add about your name

  • In small groups of 4-5, have students share out what they wrote.

Victory cheer


Sellwood, Sellwood, don’t be shy. Stand and give your Panther cry!




  • Have students turn to a partner and share out the following reflections:

    • Did you meet anyone this week you hadn’t met before? Do you enjoy meeting new people?

    • What’s one new thing you learned this week?

    • What’s one thing that’s stayed the same since last year?

    • What was your favorite part of this week?