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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

Lockers


Announcements

Announcements

  • 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.


Lockers

Lockers

  • 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

Attendance

Station Rotation 9:26-10:26

Station Rotation Reflection


Station rotation reflection

Station Rotation Reflection


Thursday september 4

ThursdaySeptember 4

Attendance

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

Reflection


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

VICTORY Cheer

CALL:

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

RESPONSE:

V-I-C-T-O-R-Y! THAT’S OUR SELLWOOD PANTHER CRY!


Reflection

Reflection

  • 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?


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