Keep up with all of the STEAM happenings!

Statesboro STEAM

Accredited with Quality

by the Georgia Accrediting Commission.


A State Charter School Approved by the State Charter Schools Commission.

Statesboro STEAM Academy's CEEB Code is



Birthdays Tomorrow



Statesboro STEAM Student News

CNN10 - 06/01/18

CNN 10's last show of the season updates an Ebola outbreak, tariffs on imports to the U.S., and laboratory-grown diamonds. Our daily coverage resumes August 13.



Members: 11
Latest Activity: Dec 22, 2011


USATestPrep GHSGT Question of the Day

school ID-ccatga
activation code - Newton97

Students who actively study will learn and retain information longer. Active studying also helps you stay more alert and be more productive while learning new information. What is active studying? It can be anything that gets you to interact with the material you are studying.

Here are a few suggestions:

  •  Carefully read the information and then DO something with it. Mark the important material with a highlighter, circle it with a pen, write notes on it, or summarize the information in your own words.
  •  Ask questions. As you study, questions often come into your mind. Write them and actively seek the answers.
  •  Create sample test questions and answer them.
  •  Find a friend  and quiz each other.

Course enrollment key is JohnDonne.

2nd 9 wks 2012


Choose a book about England or by an English author to read on your own and keep a double entry journal as you read. Turn one in each week for the first 9 weeks project.  

Read Beowulf  and part two.

Write an epithet for your name.

Write a definition essay for evil.

Study for the test.

Using your notes about Grendel, draw, paint, sketch what you think he looks like according to the text. Label your rendition with direct quotations to justify the parts you have included.

Choose a writing to turn in: song of glorypoem retelling, Beowulf in a minute,retell the story from Grendel's point of view.


Read the Prologue to Chaucer's Canterbury Tales.

Draw a picture to represent your traveller to present to the class. Explain  condition, rank, position, array and whether Chaucer admires this person or not.

John - knight

Kara - prioress

Elias - monk

Tim - guildsmen

Jon- Summoner

Vicki- wife of Bath

Austin - physician

Erin - Friar

Jahala- cook

Sem - yeoman

Eevee- the student

Parker - reeve

Discussion Forum

This group does not have any discussions yet.

Comment Wall


You need to be a member of BRITISH LITERATURE to add comments!


Members (9)


© 2018   Created by Charter Conservatory.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service