7th Assignments

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Mr. Haisman - Math

Updated 5/15/15

7th Grade Math:      Mon. No Homework.
                                Wed. Test Day
                                  Thurs. pg. 616 #1-5
                                  Friday. pg. 616 #6-18 and pg. 620 #1-2
Enriched Math:       Mon.  No Homework
                                  Tues.  No Homework.
                                 Wed.  In Class review
                                 Thurs. Review for chapter 10 retest
                                 Friday.  Retest Today.  No Homework.
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 May 18
Dialogue Unit: each day we are writing different conversations, paying special attention to punctuation rules in the dialogue so it's easy to follow.  
Monday: partner conversation with separate characters in shared setting/Road Trip
Tuesday: "Long Walk to Forever" conversation
Wednesday: conversation from choices on paper slips
Thursday: ice cream shop conversation
Friday: rewrite one page of conversation with perfect punctuation. 100 points.

LAST BOOK OF TRIMESTER 3 DUE:    Friday, May 22 
 (Monday is holiday, Tuesday we are at Macbride, Wednesday is last day)
    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 4 Vocabulary: http://quizlet.com/_19dgcr

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 May 6)

         1. Read your daily number of pages from your free reading book!
         2. Vocabulary Set  packet and quiz due on May 7, 2015.
              Study for quiz at www.quizlet.com/_nuz1h
         3. Book Study: Theme Presentation due May 18.

                                      Mrs. Struve
 Social Studies   


May 25, 2015
Memorial Day. Take time to remember those we have lost!

May 26, 2015
Field trip to Lake McBride. Bring lunch, sunscreen and swimwear. Check weather, as you might even need a jacket to start the day!  Hopefully, no umbrellas needed!!!!!!!!
May 20, 2015

Took the country/capital quiz today
Homework:  Design, market, and create your mystery ingredient drink. Due on Friday!
May 21,  2015

Homework: finish your soda cans

Study for Hinduism test

 May 22, 2015

Homework: shared pop can and took Hinduism test.


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Mrs. Howes-Vonstein- Science
             Class Work                        Practice






Classroom Rules Safety Rules

7th Grade Art                  Mrs. Sharar

(updated 5-15-15)

The last project has been completed.  Please check grades for any zeros that need to be taken care of.


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. 


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