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The Cottage Lane Web Portal is the page that the students see when they open the internet in the lab and in the school. It contains many of the links to materials which we use in school. Check it out. Click on the Cottage Lane Web Portal in the menu above.
Click here to live stream the Falcon Heavy Launch. It is now scheduled for 3:45, today: http://www.spacex.com/webcast
Take a look at this year’s turtle release in the Haverstraw River. These are turtles rescued during the spring and early summer as mother turtles cross Western Highway to lay eggs in the hills nearby.
I invite you to read my guest-blog post on the National Science Teacher Association website entitled “Off the Deep End: Reflections on my Time as a NOAA Teacher At Sea.”
Here are the 2016-2017 Internet Safety links:
Filtering Software Links
Make a Family Media Plan
The 2017 PTA Presentation
Sign up for the School Maker Faire, March 16, 2017. All projects are welcome. Be creative and have fun!
This year at Cottage Lane, we will be piloting a new program in the Makerspace. If YOU have an idea for an invention that can be built in the space, we will be open during Period 7 on Days 5 and 6 and Period 1 every day during Cycle B for them to come in and create! Just fill in the form below with your idea. It MUST be something which can be made in the Makerspace (the form will help guide you). Students must also commit to making up any missed work in the classroom. If you are not able to come during the periods we are open, DON’T WORRY! If the pilot goes well, we will open on other periods later in the school year!
The form is here:
Teachers, if you want to use the STAR Test from a Chromebook, please click this link: https://hosted253.renlearn.com/706204/
Once again, this year, local schools were asked to name the baby falcons in the nest on top of the Tappan Zee Bridge. Please take some time and vote for our Cottage Lane submission, Flash. Please take some time in the next few days and go to the following web page and vote for Flash on the list on the left side of the screen:
The voting is open to anyone, so please encourage family and friends to participate as well!
Cottage Lane classes have been following the adventures of Lamont scientist Natalie Boelman and her team as they work tagging American Robins in the boreal forest of northern Canada. Check out her blog posts, here. I will continue to update this post as more blog entries come in: