Astronomy (All Years)
Professor Priaulx (Bay Quartz)
Continue your background reading on celestial navigation and recognising constellation patterns
Charms (All Years)
Professor OCassidy (Angel Sachertorte)
For your homework this week we talked about learning where our language comes from.. so i want to learn about where you come from.. research the history of your name, both first and last. 1 parchment on each. and keep in mind your family ancestry from where the country they originated from, and how it may change the meaning of your name.
Defense Against the Dark Arts (All Years)
Professor Cavanaugh (ProffessorLane)
Optional Homework this week is for students to take a moment of self reflection before writing down what they believe their patronus would be, with reasons as to why. Nothing needs to be personal, but professor Lane would like it if Students could at least consider what memories might be good for creating their patronus charm.
Herbology (All Years)
Professor Dumorney (Ebediyet Snowpaw)
Homework is at least two rolls of parchment on Gillyweed. For extra credit, you may wish to record caring for it, harvesting it and drying it. This should be in a separate notecard and not handing until May.
Magical Theory (Years 5-7)
Professor Reuter (Jamie Delwood)
Discuss the question “are spells created or discovered?” Write at least two paragraphs. Please use evidence and rational arguments to support your conclusion.
Potions (Years 1-4)
Professor Cowley (MarcusPrince Resident)
Potions 1-4: Your assignment over the Easter week is to read “The Fountain of Fair Fortune”. Write your report on the potions used in the story and their significance to the tale. What you believe they were and what this fable means to you. Your report may be as long as you like.
Extra Credit (max twice a week)
Professor Dracheblume (AriannavonDracheBlume Resident)
Tend to the Compost bins by the greenhouses for extra credit. Full instructions are in a box by the barrels. Will earn HUD and house points.