Westside Middle School
Each week, a new student is chosen from our Charger 7C team. The student displays the characteristics of integrity, responsibility, hard work, and fairness.
This week's Charger of the Week is Hayden!
Semester 1 Chargers of the Week: Tanatswa, Joe M., Brynn, AJ, Ava T., Tommy R., Roman, Katie B.
Welcome to our 7C Charger website. Teachers have included information on the site they use to in classrooms to share information with students or for student work.
Mrs. Case - Language Arts
See Google Classroom for more specific information on LA assignments.
If a student is absent from class, they may go to the HOMEWORK TRACKER to see what was to be completed or they can go to Google Classroom. Students will now find the date and the agenda on Google Classroom. If students are absent, they have two days to make up the assignments that are missed.
Please plan to follow students on PowerSchool to be sure checking grades. A DND means that students Did Not Do and students have two weeks to make up these assignments.
Mrs. Case (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mrs. Tomlinson - Math
Access the calendars in Google Classroom or in the PowerSchool course description for homework information.
Math 7 Honors: Link to Pre-Algebra Calendar
Math 7: Link to Math7 calendar
Math 7 is solving equations. We have been working on 1-step equations using inverse operations and reciprocals. Showing work is critical when solving equations because we will soon be solving more challenging equations (2-step, distributive property, combining like terms, variables on both sides, etc.).
Math 7 Honors is solving equations. They need to be careful how they show their work and pay attention to details. Checking their solution helps prevent the common sign errors. This class requires students to maintain a "B" average or higher to continue on the Honors track.
Mrs. Johnson & Mrs. Mann - Social Studies
Students are exploring more about the Roman Empire, culture and leaders. Students are processing in many ways - verbally, written and artistically to demonstrate understanding of the people of Rome and their way of life.