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(631) 382-5133
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Middle School Support Lab

The SCSD Secondary Student Remote Support Lab is a virtual after school extra help program open to all middle and high school students in grades 6-12. Both hybrid and remote students are welcome to participate! The program is designed to assist students with understanding course topics, current in-school assignments, homework or whatever else is needed! The middle school program will run every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoon from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm. Click Here for more information and to sign up.


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Mapping Out the Hero’s Journey

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Eighth graders at Nesaquake Middle School are learning about the hero’s journey via different texts and hands-on lessons. As part of their unit on the challenges of heroism in the SpringBoard curriculum, students in Ms. Rella’s English class have been doing different activities related to the hero’s journey.

The hero’s journey is a classic story structure example that involves a hero going on an adventure, learning a lesson and returning home transformed. In one activity, the students learned how to apply the hero’s journey to a familiar story. Working in small groups, they mapped out the steps of the journey and created illustrative posters. In another lesson, the students used a four corners activity to analyze quotes connected to the challenges of heroism.