Mrs. Nelson  (Math)                                                       Mrs. Baldwin   (Social Studies)
                          Mrs. Dikeman   (Science)                                                                                      Mr. DeLuca   (English Language Arts)


  • Late and Absent Work and February Vacation Your teachers have been working really hard to make sure that you can go into February vacation without any work to do, and most of them will be starting fresh units after the break with new material.  There are many students on the team who are missing work. Some of it is graded work.  If you still owe work, you might want to get it in before break, so that you can start fresh after break with a clean slate.  Since your teachers will be moving on with the curriculum after break, they may not accept your late work after break, and you will earn zeros for these assignments. You should take the time to figure out what you owe ...
    Posted Feb 16, 2017, 10:41 AM by Amity Baldwin
  • Math Night Family Letter Please see the attached notice about Math Night
    Posted Feb 2, 2017, 7:17 AM by Amity Baldwin
  • Term Two Begins Term one is over, and shortly we will be having parent conferences to discuss student progress.  It is important to remember that term two is a whole new term, and that if term one did not turn out the way that you were hoping, term two is a fresh opportunity to make changes to your work practices and/or continue to work hard to be successful.  Don't forget to seek out extra help opportunities with teachers, if you need help with study strategies, any of your teachers are happy to help, (engage in the material: write it on a whiteboard or note cards or draw a picture; say it out loud with a peer or a family member; make ...
    Posted Dec 5, 2016, 9:44 AM by Amity Baldwin
  • The end of term one is coming! Term one is going to end just after Thanksgiving Break.   Many of your classes have assessments in the next week or two leading up to the break, so that material for term one will be complete before your vacation.  Please keep studying and preparing for these assessments, so that you can end the term on a high note.  If you know you are going to be absent next week leading into the holiday, you should talk to your teachers about taking these assessments early, or how you can make up any missing work. 
    Posted Nov 14, 2016, 7:07 AM by Amity Baldwin
  • Term one Progress Reports Now that we have settled into the routines of seventh grade, it's time to take a look at our progress.  We encourage parents and guardians to sit down and have conversations with their students about how the year is going, and to review the grades and comments on the progress reports.  If students have any concerns or questions about how they are doing, we encourage students to come and talk to their teachers directly to get clarification.  If the progress isn't what you had hoped it would be, now is the time to make plans and develop strategies to improve performance before the report cards for term one close (team teachers are happy to help students to brainstorm ...
    Posted Oct 11, 2016, 10:05 AM by Amity Baldwin
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Absent from school?

  • Check the homework link for your assignments
  • Check your Google Classroom pages.
  • Have a friend or relative gather some books, worksheets, and assignments for you,
  • Call a friend.
  • Check with your teacher or a classmate when you return to learn about due dates.

Homework Assignments

  • Friday 3/24/17
    A. Math:
    CHANGE:  Ch 7 Test 3/27

    S. Math:


    QUIZ on Mitosis - Use study cards (bright Yellow)
    #1-15 handout due

    Social Studies: 
    Assyrian Weapons Drawing Project - Due Monday 3/27
    Military Empires Test Thursday 3/30
        To Study:
        - The vocabulary list
        - Study guide we will be creating Monday (info to create study guide comes from handouts and puzzles we've done in class)
        - Quizlet
    Posted Mar 24, 2017, 9:26 AM by Amity Baldwin
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