Below, you will find a schedule for the week in each class. If you have questions, contact the teacher for that class.
Abajo, encontrará un horario de la semana en cada clase. Si tiene preguntas, póngase en contacto con el maestro de esa clase.
HOMEwork: december 11-15
LANGUAGE ARTS (MS. HERMAN): We are continuing our practice for the Narrative Essay Outcome in January.
Monday: Rough draft of War of the Worlds 1938 is due Friday- you need to be on your fourth paragraph by tomorrow! Work at home if you need to.
Tuesday: Second meeting with teacher for editing workshop. Make any changes to your first draft.
Wednesday: We will continue creating and revising our Twilight Zone stories.
Thursday: Last day to meet with teacher for editing conferences! Finishing our rough draft. Study for Bell Work Quiz.
Friday: Bell Work Quiz! Then finishing and submitting rough draft of The War Of The Worlds 1938 Narrative essays.
SCIENCE (MR. BROWN): The 4th current events assignment was distributed 11/27 and is due 12/15.
Monday: Magnetism station rotations (no HW)
Tuesday: Electromagnetism lab (no HW)
Wednesday: Electromagnetism lab (no HW)
Thursday: Magnetism vocab flipbook (HW: current events due tomorrow)
Friday: Magnetism vocab flipbook (no HW)
MATH (MS. TAYLOR):
Students should now be using calculators for all assignments; they should bring calculators to class every day.
Monday: periods 3, 4, 5, 7 study for Outcome Assessment; period 9 finish packet 11.1
Tuesday: periods 3, 4, 5, 7 study for Outcome Assessment; period 9 finish workbook pages 144-145
Wednesday: periods 3, 4, 5, 7 no homework; period 9 reflection worksheet (2 sides)
Thursday: periods 3, 4, 5, 7 worksheet; period 9 reflection worksheet (2 sides)
Friday: TenMarks assignment; 20 minutes of TenMarks jam sessions practice
SOCIAL STUDIES (MRS. HOOSER):
Monday: Props and costumes for the Egypt play should be done by tomorrow
Tuesday: China's Geography (No HW)
Wednesday: HW-Complete the China region summary
Thursday: Egypt Play Performance today!
Friday: No HW
LITERATURE (MRS. CANNIZZO): Read 20-30 minutes each night! Bring your library book home or read a book, article or magazine of your own! Reading a little bit each day strengthens your knowledge about the world around you, your vocabulary skills, your problem solving skills, and your imagination!
Monday: Working on Egypt Play Scripts
Tuesday: Last day to work on Egypt Play Scripts
Wednesday: Play Rehearsal and Finalizing Props
Thursday: Egypt Play Performances
Friday: Egypt Play Performances (Last Day)
FACILITATED LITERATURE (MRS. VAN DORN):
FACILITATED MATH (MRS. VAN DORN):
Monday: mood and tone (no HW)
Tuesday: mood and tone (no HW)
Wednesday: mood and tone (no HW)
Thursday: play performances
Friday: play performances
Monday: STAR testing
Tuesday: unit 3, lesson 5 (worksheet for HW)
Wednesday: unit 3, lesson 4 and 5 problem solving activities (no HW)
Thursday: unit 3, lesson 4 and 5 problem solving activities, quiz review (no HW)
Friday: unit 3, quiz 1 (no HW)
DAILY BELL SCHEDULE
Homeroom 7:40 - 7:51
1st hour 7:55 - 8:402nd hour 8:44 - 9:253rd hour 9:29 - 10:104th hour 10:14 - 10:555th hour 10:59 - 11:406th hour 11:44 - 12:25 (Homeroom/Lunch)7th hour 12:29 - 1:108th hour 1:14 - 1:55 (TAP)9th hour 1:59 - 2:40