7th Assignments

Mr. Haisman - Math

Updated 2/25/15

7th Grade Math:      Mon.  pg 372 #16-26
                                Wed. Review worksheet.  (except 4th hour)
Enriched Math:       Mon. pg. 419 #1-19 #40-43
                                 Wed.  review worksheet
Mrs. Waggoner - Language Arts
Parents: Scholastic book orders are handed out in class each month and you may order books for your child in 2 ways: write one check  to "Scholastic" for the total amount ordered and have your child return it with the order forms to me.  OR, go to:
Our class activation code is HQ23G
Any time you are not in class and miss the textbook reading, you may go online to: pearsonsuccessnet.com (or click on the Pearson link on the middle school web page) using your Pearson login and password to read the story or the directions for writing. Remember that you must allow pop-ups from Pearson in order to read the text.  

Week of March 2
Unit 3: What Should We Learn?  (Nonfiction)

vocabulary words: analyze, discover, evaluate, examine, explore, facts, inquire, investigate

Reading"Rattlesnake Hunt" and "A Cowboy's Life"; persuasion, p. 504
Writing: compare and contrast "Rattlesnake Hunt" and "A Cowboy's Life" in a Venn diagram; begin persuasive speech (discuss possible topics, research, organize notes)
Speaking:  share "Dirty Dozen" stories aloud in class Tuesday, practice small persuasive speeches with partners.  Final persuasive speeches will be delivered March 17-18.

    PARENTS:  please encourage your child to "do the math" when they choose an independent reading book.  Total number of pages in the book/number of days to due date = number of pages to read every day. That keeps them accountable AND relieves your stress the night before....

UNIT Three Vocabulary:  quizlet.com/_12ld7m

PERSONAL WELLNESS EXPLORATORY: Home cooking assignment is being emailed to parents March 2.  It needs to be completed by May 20.  Please follow 3 requirements listed so your child receives 50 points credit for cooking at home.  Just fill out information requested and reply to the email. 

Language Arts 2 
 (updated on February 12)

         1. Read your daily number of pages from your free reading book!
         2. Vocabulary Set 8 packet due & quiz given on Friday, February 13.
         3. Study Vocab Set 8 at www.quizlet.com/_g21ft 

                                      Mrs. Struve
 Social Studies   


February 23 , 2015
Got ready for the cumulative African countries quiz on Wednesday.  1st period won the competition!!!!!
Homework: study if needed. Each of you were given a new copy of the map.
February 24, 2015
Starting our learning of the region of the Middle East.
Homework: finish worksheet on the country of  Turkey.

February 25, 2015

Students took the graded cumulative quiz today!
February 19, 2015

Students used Culture Grams to find interesting facts for each of the 10 Southern Africa nations.

Homework:  study the 10 countries for Friday's quiz!

January 30, 2015
 Almost finished with the teacher led, student fill in blanks of note-taking on the genocide in Rwanda. Many students had excellent questions and observations throughout this whole lesson. Way to think and apply your life to this kids!!!
Homework:  none


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Mrs. Howes-Vonstein- Science
             Class Work                        Practice


Looked at final grades
Cell Magazine Brochure
Pre-test for Metric System





Classroom Rules Safety Rules

7th Grade Art                  Mrs. Sharar

(updated 1-30-15)

Each 7th grade class has been divided into two groups. 

 Group one is working on a paper cut project.  They may be as creative as they want and can choose their own topic/design.  

Group 2 is working on a printmaking project.  


Mr. McNeill - Industrial Tech

We are well into our CAD unit (Computer Aided Drafting). Students have been using a computer to draw with. They are finding that this system is a huge technological advancement. The students are finding that there are patterns to CAD drawings and the use of the pattern help produce drawings rather quickly at the onset of the unit. 


Mrs. Primmer- Resource

Students that are on Individual Education Plans are working on their monthly skills and probes. We are also doing skill building activities from Story Works and Scholastic Action Magazines. Students have also been practicing skills in writing. This year the students will also be working on a Web-Site called Moby Max. This website works on students current skills deficits and will help them gain core curriculum knowledge.

7th Grade Corrective Reading: We are starting Story 24 .   We are doing  a Literature Unit with "A Wrinkle in Time" by Madeleine L'Engle we are on Chapter 8 "The Transparent Column"
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