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Within these pages please find helpful links, and documents.   If you have any questions the best way to contact me is through email ( I will answer all emails as soon as possible.  Sometimes this means, within the hour but other times, "as soon as possible" is the end of the day.  On rare occassions when I am afterschool with students, as soon as possible is the "next day" during my first prep period. Thank you all for allowing me to teach your children. I look forward to another great year!


 2018-2019 MVMS Daily Schedule

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Ms. Banaians Schedule 
Science classes meet period 1,2,4,& 5.
Making It in MS meets period 7.
Guided Study is 8th period
*Prep Periods:  3 & 6

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Recent Updates

      • Please check Web 2 School regularly for missing hw, cw, quizzes, or tests
      • As always helpful links can be found in classroom,..  
        • study links
        • class work
        • informational links
        • home work
        • etc.
      • Please check classroom for any general work questions.  Other students may have already asked/answered your question.  If not, please post your question.
  • Getting Ready To Soar... Parents, Get Weekly Google Classroom Updates for Team 8A ~ Stay In The Know! Please fill out the very short form so that we might email you Team 8A Google Classroom Updates 
    Posted Aug 13, 2018, 7:29 AM by D Banaian
  • CONGRATULATIONS 8th Graders, MVMS Class of 2018! Pride Night is Thursday, June 21, 2018.  Students should arrive at 5:30.  Pride Night Ceremonies will begin at 6:00 pm.  We hope to see you all there celebrating our outstanding students.  Thank you all for a successful, enjoyable year.  
    Posted Jun 20, 2018, 6:27 PM by D Banaian
  • 𝓦𝓔𝓛𝓒𝓞𝓜𝓔 𝓑𝓐𝓒𝓚 For the next several months, 8th grade students will be  L͛o͛s͛t͛ ͛I͛n͛ ͛S͛p͛a͛c͛e͛ studying Astronomy.  We will begin by studying the Earth, Moon, and Sun.  Student's should understand how the position and specific movements of Earth, Moon, and Sun cause seasons, day and night, phases of the moon, tides, equinox, solstice and eclipses.  When students do not have homework it is important that they review lessons, master vocabulary, and consider current events in Astronomy. Often times "homework" is to finish any classwork not completed during class time.  It may not be listed as homework but it is understood that all classwork is due at the start of the next class unless ...
    Posted Aug 26, 2017, 1:25 PM by D Banaian
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