Welcome to Team Bradbury!


Upcoming Dates

Upcoming Dates: 

Stay tuned for information about the 7th grade ice cream social and the first day of school.

Teacher's Web Sites

Click on the links to connect to team teachers's web sites:






HOME WORK?

You can expect students to have homework. Reading 20 minutes each day is an expectation for middle school.

In the 2017-2018 school year, assessments and progress scores will be posted in Empower, the standards based grade book. Stay tuned for more information about how to access assignments and scores.
Supplies:
What supplies will you need for school?

  • 1 subject pocket folder for each class- 6
  • 1 Language Arts journal
  • Lots of pencils
  • Pens - just a couple
  • Most importantly.....A positive attitude and a growth mind set.
News....
Summer is Here!!! 

A special thank you to all of the parents who helped to support our different activities on Team Bradbury, especially those parents who transported students to work on their service learning projects. Your extra help was very much appreciated!


Students, thanks for a great school year and have a wonderful summer!  Read lots, rest lots, and get lots of fresh air and sunshine! 

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FOR EXTRA HELP

Extra Help

Teachers are available for extra help at Workshop Time each day.

CLC study is available for extra work time on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. 

Teacher after school days: Most teachers have a day that they stay after for extra help. Please check in with the teacher to see which days they stay after school for homework help.



Bradbury Service Learning Project

This semester students  brainstormed and created ways to give back to our community. Students designed service projects to help others in our community. 

These projects involved not only a service to others, but demonstrated the research and planing skills needed to create and complete their projects.

Through the service project, students learned how to better work in groups, meet real dead lines, and had opportunities to develop leadership skills. 

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Two Ways to Help Your Middle Schooler be successful at school:
1. Attendance is critical - students who miss class time miss the opportunity to gain information, complete assignments, and participate in class discussions.

2. Help your teen be prepared and ready to learn - enough sleep, bag ready, lap top charged, and asking about their learning.

Your interest matters to your teen!


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