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ATTENTION!!! This is an official post for completing work for the rest of the year in my class!!! 


2) Be sure that you have logged into IXL in order for your work to count. I am linking to the Clanton Middle School IXL login page here. I have found one IXL activity per week that will cover some important standards that several students were still struggling with. Some of you may have completed one or more of these as your chosen activity either for the fourth nine weeks or for AR points throughout the year. If so, check and be sure that your score was at least a 90. I am requiring that an assignment earn at least a 90 in order to count because the one activity is your work for an entire week.

                    Week 1 - 7-A.1            Week 2 - 7-K.3            Week 3 - 7-K.4            Week 4 - 7-Y.7            Week 5 - 7-N.3            Week 6 - 7-S.1

3) You are welcome to receive help from someone on these, and please feel free to email me at skprice@chiltonboe.com or call me at my Google Voice number, 205-286-8254, for help as well or if you need me for anything. You may work ahead if you would like. Once you have earned at least a 90 on all six activities, you are done for the year for my class.

4) Be sure to keep a close watch on Google Classroom in your other classes as well. I am attaching a sheet here on how to access Google Classroom from home.

I love you guys, and I miss you. Please keep me up to date and let me know that you are doing well!



Below, you will find links and resources for use in my class. Also remember to check Google Classroom for any current assignments that may be due or coming due soon. We don't have a lot of work that has to be completed only at home, but if you do not finish your work assigned in class time for any particular day, that then becomes your homework due the next day unless I tell you differently. Also remember that you have free-reading pages that are due at the end of every nine-week grading period.


Join my Remind group for text updates and reminders by using the code 22c4e2.

Reading Page Requirements can be met in two ways, either by reading books, taking AR tests, and then turning the book into me for page credit or by completing highlighted language arts activities on the IXL program website.

Take a turn being the boss and see if you are ready for a job making decisions in the real world.

Check the Library's Card Catalog to see which free-reading books they have available.

Throughout this class, one goal we will work towards is bettering your typing skills so that your compositions become easier to put together. Use the free typing course at TypingClub.com to do this.



Free Reading Requirements

Free-Reading Requirement

IXL Activities in Place of Free-Reading Pages