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7th Grade Social Studies Hall of Fame

  • Nicholas Nicholas is a great student in social studies. He is off to a great start. He works very hard consistently shows great pride in his work. His solid test scores offer proof of his good work habits. He is very well behaved and attentive in class. I see no signs of Nicholas slowing down. His favorite TV show is Blindspot. His favorite movie is Star Wars: The Force Awakens.  If presented with a last meal, he would want a medium cooked steak. If given the power to teleport, Nicholas would go to LA "to see my aunt."
    Posted Nov 14, 2018, 8:12 PM by Joe Robinson
  • Katie Katie has proven to be a great social studies student. She is very conscientious of her grades. Her homework is always high in quality. She has a strong work ethic. Her hard work seems to pay off as she does very well on tests and quizzes. Katie is always very pleasant, energetic, and kind. Very fun in class. Katie's favorite movie is Christmas Vacation. Her favorite TV show is Stranger Things. If presented with a final meal, she would want a number one from Chick-fil-A with a lemonade. If given the power to teleport, Katie would want to go to Frankenmuth. "Because it's so fun and it's one of my favorite places to go on ...
    Posted Nov 14, 2018, 8:07 PM by Joe Robinson
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  • Halloween 2018 When given the opportunity to dress up for Halloween, students had a scary good time. Check out the video.
    Posted Oct 31, 2018, 7:46 PM by Joe Robinson
  • Pumpkin Challenge 2018 The PLMS Student Council once again engaged the student populous in the annual Pumpkin Challenge. Each homeroom was tasked with decorating a pumpkin. This included paint and other supplies, theme ...
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  • Sand Notes Who knew you could play with sand and learn about Ancient Greece at the same time? 7th graders represented assigned social studies content visually with moldable sand. In each round ...
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