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Mrs. Doneluck's Homeroom

for All of your Homeroom needs

Contact Info

Mrs. Doneluck's Contact Information: Cranberry Service Center Phone: 724-473-3977 EXT 27260 Email: cdoneluck@ccaeducate.me Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30am - 3:30pm Instruction Time: Monday - Friday, 8:05 - 8:50am Bookings Link

Monthly Calendar

Career Readiness

Mrs. D's Team

Principal: Noelle Griffiths Assistant Principal: Kimberly Jones Guidance Counselor: Celene Fruehan Guidance Counselor: Lauren Graham *filling in while Mrs. Fruehan is on maternity leave* Tech Support: 833-204-2221 OR ccatech@ccaeducate.me Enrollment: 844-590-2864 press 1

Graduation Pathways

Career Consultations

CCA Learner Handbook

Community Class Reimburesment

Mrs. D's Zoom Room

Homeroom Advisory

Homeroom Advisory Period is from 11:20-11:50 on the following Wednesdays:

  • September 13th
  • October 4th & 18th
  • November 1st, 15th, & 29th
  • December 13th
  • January 10th & 24th
  • February 7th & 21st
  • March 6th & 20th
  • April 3rd & 17th
  • May 1st

Quarter 1: September 6 - November 8 Quarter 2: November 9 - January 29 *Also end of Semester 1* Quarter 3: January 30 - April 4 Quarter 4: April 5 - June 7

SEPTember

OCTober

february

Monthly Calendar

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Tech Tune Up

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Schools Closed

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Go to your homeroom advisors zoom room to take your reading I-Ready Diagnostic

Go to your homeroom advisors Zoom room to take your math I-Ready Diagnostic

Introduction to Work-Ready Wednesdays

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National Manufacturing Week (Oct.6-13) October is Careers in Construction Month!

National Chemistry Week

Human Services Panel

Career Panel

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Flex Day

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All work for marking period one classes is due at 11:59 PM

National STEM/STEAM Day

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Computer Science Education Week -> Space Force

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Medical Career "Field Trip"

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Log into your homeroom advisors Zoom room to take the reading I-Ready benchmark

Schools Closed

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Flex Day

Resources!

Resources!

Log into your homeroom advisors Zoom room to take the math I-Ready benchmark

All work for marking period two classes is due at 11:59 PM

All work for semester one classes is due at 11:59 PM

Farm Show January 6-13 2024

Arts and Communications

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Schools Closed

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Resources!

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Resources!

March is Women in STEM Month!

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april

Schools Closed

Flex Day

Flex Day

Flex Day

Resources!

Resources!

Log into your homeroom advisors Zoom room to take the LAST reading I-Ready diagnostic

Log into your homeroom advisors Zoom room to take the LAST math I-Ready diagnostic

All work for marking period three classes is due at 11:59 PM

National Robotics Week!

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june

Work for ALL of your classes is due at 11:59 PM

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  • The APA Standards (Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association) are indispensable when citing bibliographies.
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  • Use this space to write down your sources of information. Citing where you got the info from is always a plus.
  • The APA Standards (Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association) are indispensable when citing bibliographies.
  • This is a set of guidelines for citing any type of project: theses, reports, presentations ... You name it!
  • These references include information on the author, date of publication, title, and source.
  • Here’s a quick little guide: Arial or Times News Roman font, 12 pt, 2.0 line spacing, left aligned, and unjustified.
  • It is also important to list all the sources you have quoted throughout the article. To do this, create a reference page after the main body.
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  • Use this space to write down your sources of information. Citing where you got the info from is always a plus.
  • The APA Standards (Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association) are indispensable when citing bibliographies.
  • This is a set of guidelines for citing any type of project: theses, reports, presentations ... You name it!
  • These references include information on the author, date of publication, title, and source.
  • Here’s a quick little guide: Arial or Times News Roman font, 12 pt, 2.0 line spacing, left aligned, and unjustified.
  • It is also important to list all the sources you have quoted throughout the article. To do this, create a reference page after the main body.
  • On the references page you should write the title of the section, in bold and centered. The second line lists the references, in alphabetical order.

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Genially

‘Your content is good, but it’ll engage much more if it’s interactive.’

  • Use this space to write down your sources of information. Citing where you got the info from is always a plus.
  • The APA Standards (Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association) are indispensable when citing bibliographies.
  • This is a set of guidelines for citing any type of project: theses, reports, presentations ... You name it!
  • These references include information on the author, date of publication, title, and source.
  • Here’s a quick little guide: Arial or Times News Roman font, 12 pt, 2.0 line spacing, left aligned, and unjustified.
  • It is also important to list all the sources you have quoted throughout the article. To do this, create a reference page after the main body.
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Genially

‘Your content is good, but it’ll engage much more if it’s interactive.’

Genially

‘Your content is good, but it’ll engage much more if it’s interactive.’

  • Use this space to write down your sources of information. Citing where you got the info from is always a plus.
  • The APA Standards (Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association) are indispensable when citing bibliographies.
  • This is a set of guidelines for citing any type of project: theses, reports, presentations ... You name it!
  • These references include information on the author, date of publication, title, and source.
  • Here’s a quick little guide: Arial or Times News Roman font, 12 pt, 2.0 line spacing, left aligned, and unjustified.
  • It is also important to list all the sources you have quoted throughout the article. To do this, create a reference page after the main body.
  • On the references page you should write the title of the section, in bold and centered. The second line lists the references, in alphabetical order.

Write an awesome title

  • Use this space to write down your sources of information. Citing where you got the info from is always a plus.
  • The APA Standards (Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association) are indispensable when citing bibliographies.
  • This is a set of guidelines for citing any type of project: theses, reports, presentations ... You name it!
  • These references include information on the author, date of publication, title, and source.
  • Here’s a quick little guide: Arial or Times News Roman font, 12 pt, 2.0 line spacing, left aligned, and unjustified.
  • It is also important to list all the sources you have quoted throughout the article. To do this, create a reference page after the main body.
  • On the references page you should write the title of the section, in bold and centered. The second line lists the references, in alphabetical order.

Write an awesome title

Genially

‘Your content is good, but it’ll engage much more if it’s interactive.’

Genially

‘Your content is good, but it’ll engage much more if it’s interactive.’

  • Use this space to write down your sources of information. Citing where you got the info from is always a plus.
  • The APA Standards (Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association) are indispensable when citing bibliographies.
  • This is a set of guidelines for citing any type of project: theses, reports, presentations ... You name it!
  • These references include information on the author, date of publication, title, and source.
  • Here’s a quick little guide: Arial or Times News Roman font, 12 pt, 2.0 line spacing, left aligned, and unjustified.
  • It is also important to list all the sources you have quoted throughout the article. To do this, create a reference page after the main body.
  • On the references page you should write the title of the section, in bold and centered. The second line lists the references, in alphabetical order.

Write an awesome title

  • Use this space to write down your sources of information. Citing where you got the info from is always a plus.
  • The APA Standards (Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association) are indispensable when citing bibliographies.
  • This is a set of guidelines for citing any type of project: theses, reports, presentations ... You name it!
  • These references include information on the author, date of publication, title, and source.
  • Here’s a quick little guide: Arial or Times News Roman font, 12 pt, 2.0 line spacing, left aligned, and unjustified.
  • It is also important to list all the sources you have quoted throughout the article. To do this, create a reference page after the main body.
  • On the references page you should write the title of the section, in bold and centered. The second line lists the references, in alphabetical order.

Write an awesome title