amsfcs Mrs. Rohrs
Auburn Middle School Family and Consumer Science Instructor
 
Schedule for Auburn Middle School
Family and Consumer Science Students
April 3-7


Monday, April 3 -  Mending Week!  This week we are going to learn how to mend a ripped seam, replace a button and hem a pair of pants.  These are important sewing skills that everyone should know!!  Today's lesson, a demonstration on mending a hole in a seam and sewing on a flat button.

Tuesday, April 4 - ITBS TESTING!  I will meet with 8th graders in the morning and 7th graders in the afternoon. Students will mend a seam and sew on a flat 4 hole button two different ways.  

Wednesday, April 5 - ITBS TESTING!  I will meet with 7th graders in the morning and 8th graders in the afternoon.  Students will mend a seam and sew on a flat 4 hole button two different ways.

Thursday, April 6 -  Mrs Rohrs will demonstrate how to sew on a shank button and the student will then repeat the process.

Friday, April 7 - Mrs. Rohrs will demonstrate how to properly hem a sleeve or a pair of pants.  Students will then repeat the process.  


Reminder to all Family and Consumer Science Students!!!


All middle school students will be taking the Iowa Test Of Basic Skills Test on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week.  It is extremely important that you get plenty of rest this week and eat nutritiously.  Please eat breakfast as your brain needs fuel to take these tests. If you aren't a breakfast eater, at least have some juice and toast.  Remember to eat a good lunch this week because you will have afternoon testing on one of your test days. Dress in layers as the gym can be a little bit cool, especially in the mornings.  It's always a good idea to bring a sweatshirt that you can easily pull off and on, depending on the temperature.  Try your best on these tests as they are an important part of your school year!  If I can do anything to help you, or if you have any questions, find me before and after school!!  Good Luck!
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