6th Grade Minecraft Challenge
Do you like Minecraft?  If so, sign up for a chance to compete during lunch in the cafe at IMS in front of the entire class.  Seats are limited, so sign up in Google Classroom as soon as possible with the code vlv77i.

General information:
Two competitors will face off with a building challenge using Minecraft Creative on Raspberry Pi computers.  Whoever has the most complete build after 20 minutes will win and move on in the competition.  Each gamer must work independently without help from anyone.  Judges will consider accuracy, scale, and completeness, and all rulings are final. On the day of competition, each player must get lunch and eat first, since the timer will start at approximately 11:43.  If you have any questions, see Mr. Dillon.

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Earn extra BoxTops for IMS by registering at https://shopriteformyschool.com/ 

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Look for:
Clip BoxTops and send them into school with your child.  Each month the homeroom with the most Boxtops will win ice cream distributed at lunch.
We also collect Campbells Soup Labels
 and Tyson Project A+ Labels
 campbell Tyson Project A+  
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And we give back to the Ronald McDonald House.  Save the tabs from ALL of your cans!
Is it Friday?? ...
 Flip Flop Friday!
$1 makes you Flip Flop Approved 
Students have been assigned a Google account using the district's Google domain @wtsdnj.com.  Students will be using Google Apps for Education in all of their classes.
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The NJDOE has released the attached District and School Grade Report as a result of the School Self-Assessment for Determining Grades under the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights. 


This grade is a raw score of data and the sum of the ratings for all indicators within each core element on the School Self-Assessment.  The maximum total score for each school is 78 points.  The school district’s score is an average of the total scores of all schools in the district
You can find the report here.