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hw0 Java Warm-Up (Finger Exercises)programmingWed, Jan 10Mon, Jan 15 by 11:59 PM
  • Median: 63.0
  • Mean: 59.31
  • Standard Dev: 15.2
hw1 Stable MatchingwrittenSun, Jan 14Mon, Jan 22 by 11:59 PM
  • Median: 69.0
  • Mean: 64.73
  • Standard Dev: 23.75
hw2 QuadTreesprogrammingThu, Jan 18Mon, Jan 29 by 11:59 PM
  • Median: 86.7
  • Mean: 77.36
  • Standard Dev: 24.23
hw3 Big-Oh AnalysiswrittenSun, Jan 28Mon, Feb 5 by 11:59 PM
  • Median: 73.5
  • Mean: 68.14
  • Standard Dev: 21.53
hw4 Divide and ConquerwrittenMon, Feb 5Mon, Feb 12 by 11:59 PM
  • Median: 67.25
  • Mean: 62.68
  • Standard Dev: 23.84
hw5 Stacks, Queues, and HeapswrittenThu, Feb 15Wed, Feb 21 by 11:59 PM
  • Median: 81.0
  • Mean: 73.33
  • Standard Dev: 23.29
hw6 Huffman & LZWwritten / programmingThu, Feb 22(See on Piazza for details) by (See on Piazza for details)
Project Milestone 1programmingSat, Feb 24Wed, Mar 14 by 11:59 PM

Last updated March 01, 2018 17:44:44.

Eighth Grade Homework
Middle School Parents Survival Guide
(After School Study Monday/Wednesday in Middle School English Room)
​Science Homework Google Classroom

March 9
SS: Bring charged chromedbook and earbuds/headphones on Tuesday
​Spanish I: Learn the verb to have (TENER) and the Ar verbs endings.

March 7
SS: Test this Friday. See #12 Bring a book for after the test
​Spanish I: Memorize the verbs to be (Ser and Estar). Review daily expressions, page 2.

March 6
Math: Study for section re-do on math test. Earn at least 80 points on IXL R.1 and R.2.

​March 5
English: READ: AOW: “Shakespearean Glossary” p. 65
WRITE: answer response questions
Study: BID 8-9 Vocabulary p. 66
SS: Test this Friday on Gov. See Study guide or page #12 HONORS: Please claim your WWII poster on counter

Feb 22
Math: Have a fantastic winter break!

​Feb 21
English: SSR book choice due by 3/23
​Spanish I: Add 5 words to your vocabulary project; the 14th topic is "Types of weather".
​SS: No homework

​Feb 20
Math: Study for Unit 3 test on Categorizing the real number system, converting decimals to fractions and vice versa, converting repeating decimals to fractions, estimating the value of imperfect squares and cubes to the nearest hundredth place, and graphing real numbers on a number line. Calculators and notes are not permitted. IXL strands D.4, D.5, D.8, F.16 and F.21 should all be at 80 points or higher.

Feb 19
Spanish I: Study for Chapter 3 exam. Review pages 13 and 14. Chapter exam is next class.
English: READ: Survivor choice book
Study: BID 8-8 quiz Wednesday
SS: No homework

​Feb 16
Math: NWEA testing. No homework unless you need to catch up on your competencies.

Feb 15
Spanish I: Study for Chapter 3 exam. The exam will be on Wednesday, February 21.
English: Finish any missing work: Grammar Video, 20Time project p. 56, SSR book due 3/23


​Feb 14
Math: NWEA testing. No homework unless you need to catch up on your competencies.

Feb 12
Math: Earn at least 80 points on IXL D.4, D.5, D.8, F.16 and F.21


​Feb 9
English: READ: survivor book choice
Complete: Grammar Videos p. 55 Due 2/13/17
Spanish I: Review Chapter 3 (summary and vocabulary), all sections, pages 13 and 14. Add 5 words to your vocabulary project; the 13th topic is "The beach". Bring your chromebook.

Feb 8
Math: Earn at least 80 points on IXL D.4, F.16 and F.21.
​SS: Optional: watch some of the Olympics

Feb 7
Spanish I: Review Chapter 3 vocabulary (all sections), page 14. Bring tapas next class.
SS: Finish #7 and #8. Do not complete #9 for homework. HONORS: Complete April Analysis by Feb 16th
​Spanish I: Review Chapter 3 vocabulary (all sections), page 14. Bring tapas next class.

​Feb 6
Math: Repeating decimals

​Feb 5
SS: Complete #5-Compromise (use both pages)
Spanish I: Do adjectives worksheet
English: READ: Survivor book choice
STUDY: BID 8-7 quiz p. 58


​Feb 2
Math: Comparing and ordering real numbers

Feb 1
Spanish I: Study question words, page 15. Test next class. Ass 5 words to your vocabulary project; the 12th topic is "body parts".
English: READ: Survivor choice book (30 min.)
COMPLETE: Big Game Graphic Organizer p. 57
​SS: Open notes quiz on Monday on YOUR notes. Honors: see above and finish April

Jan 31
Math: Irrational square roots

​Jan 30
Spanish I: Memorize question words and practice the song, page 15. Be ready to introduce yourself and a friend (use a minimum of 3 adjectives for each.)
English: English: READ: survivor choice book (30 min.)
Research 20Time and write a 60 Sec. Pitch to present next class p. 56
​​SS: Complete #4-Who Rules. Capitals quiz before 1/2. Optional:Watch some or all of State of the Union tonight at 9pm. HONORS: See above. April read Afternoon

​Jan 29
Math: Create and analyze rational and irrational numbers. You may work with a partner and create a skyline, bracelet or paper chain to represent your numbers as well as complete the analysis paper.

Jan 26
Spanish I: Be ready to present your skit on "Las preguntas". Go over chapter 3, section 3 (summary and vocabulary), pages 13 and 14.
S.S: Capitals quiz on 1/30 or 2/1-pick one of the days listed. HONORS: Re-read Midday in April

​Jan 25
Math: None

Jan 24
​Spanish I: Memorize question words song. Add 5 words to your vocabulary project; the topic is "flowers".
​SS: Test this Friday-see #11 HONORS: Test. I would re-read "Midday" for Tuesday
English: READ: Survivor theme book of choice
STUDY: BID #8-6 Quiz on Friday p. 52

​Jan 23
Math: Study for Unit Test on functions next class. IXL strands Z.1, Z.2, Z.4,Z.5, Z.10, Z.11, Z.12 and Z.13 should all be at 80 points or higher. Notes and calculators will not be allowed.


​Jan 22
English: Homework: READ: Survivor choice book. STUDY: BID 8-6 p. 52
​SS: Test Friday-see #11. HONORS: See above and read in April Morning-The Midday
​Spanish I: Do "question words" worksheet and memorize the 8 question words.


Jan 19
Math: Study for Thursday's Unit Test on functions. IXL strands Z.1, Z.2, Z.4,Z.5, Z.10, Z.11, Z.12 and Z.13 should all be at 80 points or higher.

Jan 18
SS: Test on Jan. 26th. See #11 Study guide. HONORS: See above and read in April Morning-The Forenoon
English: READ: book of pleasure (30 min.), finish Movie Review p. 51
Spanish I: Do "de, del and de la" worksheet to show possession.

​Jan 17
Math: Start studying for the Unit 2 summative assessment on functions which will be given on Thursday, January 25th

​Jan 16
Spanish I: Review chapter 3, sections 1 and 2. Add 5 words to your vocabulary project, the topic is "mode of transportation".
​English: READ: How Vaccines Work p.51 and complete questions using READS format
SS: Complete #10 and start memorizing lines to D.o.I. Capitals quiz re-scheduled until 1/30. HONORS: See above no questions on #10 and read in April "The Morning"
​Spanish I: Review chapter 3, sections 1 and 2. Add 5 words to your vocabulary project, the topic is "mode of transportation".

​Jan 12
Math: Compare properties of two functions

Jan 11
Spanish I: No tarea!
​SS: Grades close tomorrow. I will not accept late or missing work after tomorrow.
​English: Read: SSR Q2 book by 1/12/18, Memorized your classic poem by Tuesday 1/16 p.47

Jan 10
Math: Graphing linear functions
Quick quiz next class on identifying functions in tables and graphs

Jan 9
SS: Capitals quiz 1/24. HONORS: See above and read in April Morning p. 27-47 (evening)
English: Read SSR Q2 book by 1/12/18, memorized classic poem choice by Tuesday, 1/16/18
​Spanish I: Go over chapter 3, section 2 (summary and vocabulary), pages 13 and 14.

​Jan 8
Math: Analyzing graphs of functions

​Jan 5
SS: Study for quiz on Tuesday-states only
​Spanish I: Do class and time worksheet.

​Jan 4
Math: Finish IXL Z.10, Z.11, Z.12 and Z.13 by earning at least 80 points on each strand.

Jan 3
SS: Complete packet #6-Parts I and II HONORS: See above and read pages 3-24(afternoon) in April Morning. Be prepared to discuss each character and their relationship with one another
Spanish I: Do school schedule worksheet.
Jan 2

Math: Exit ticket - Linear functions and proportionality
Finish earning at least 80 points on IXL Z.4 and Z.5.

Dec 22
Spanish I: No homework
​SS: No homework. Have a great break!

Dec 21
Math: No homework

​Dec 20
Spanish I: Do verbs to be (Ser and Estar) worksheet.
SS: No homework.

Dec 19
Math: Field trip today. Same homework - Identifying functions in tables. Earn at least 80 points on IXL Z.1 and Z.2.

Dec 18
Spanish I: Add 5 words to your vocabulary project. The topic is "insects".

​Dec 15
Math: Identifying functions in tables
Earn at least 80 points on IXL Z.1 and Z.2


Dec 14
SS: Complete #5 (Pontiac) Answer questions in complete sentences. Keep studying states on Sheppard
​Spanish I: Do time worksheet.

Dec 12
English: Read: SSR Q2 book due 1/12, Finish any missing essays, Accelerated Learning Link https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1X8EyqX8hysxjw6phlEcN0UIm-utKN7fX6t1OMc6zd_Q/edit#slide=id.p
​SS: Finish notes on #2 in your notebook. Quiz on Thurs. (open notes)

​Dec 11
Blocks 2 & 3: Review - Cycle 1, Week 1
​Math: Block 1: None

​Dec 8
SS: You will need a new notebook for our next unit (1 subject). Note: You can use your WWII notebook if there is enough room in the front.
​Spanish I: Add 5 words to your vocabulary project. The 8th topic is "fruits". Review daily expressions, page 2.

ec 7
Math: Blocks 2 & 3 - None
​Math: Block 1 - Earn at least 80 points on IXL AA.1, AA.2, AA.3, AA.4 and AA.5 to prepare for Monday's Unit Test on systems of equations

​Dec 6
English: READ: Book of Pleasure book 30 min. (SSR Q2 book talk due by 1/12)
STUDY: Do Wednesday’s Worksheet--Study for BID
WRITE: Bancroft House Essay, (1 pager, MLA format) p. 40
​Spanish I: Study for Chapter 2 exam. Study summary and vocabulary, pages 11 and 12.


Dec 4
English: READ: “The Necklace” and complete response questions
STUDY: Create flashcards for BID Quiz 8-4 p. 37
​Spanish I: Study for Chapter 2 exam. Study pages 11 and 12 and review activity packet.
​SS: WWII Test Friday. Create Flashcards for part II for Weds. HONORS: Collage due Thursday

Nov 30
Spanish I: Review chapter 2 summary (sections 1, 2 and 3), page 11. Be ready for your oral presentation (I need to/I want to).
​SS: WWII Test Friday, December 8th-See #14. Make vocab. flashcards for Monday. HONORS: See above and book collage is due December 7th
​Math: Distributive property and factoring. Continue earning at least 80 points on IXL R.10.

Nov 29
Math: Block 1: Solving systems of equations using substitution and elimination (no hw passes)
Blocks 2 & 3: Create your own system of equations with zero solutions.

Nov 28
SS: Read #13-be ready to discuss. WWII Test Friday, Dec. 8th
​HONORS: See above. Meeting Thurs during X block at 9:10AM for book assignment.
English: READ: John Hinckley, Jr Handout p. 36
WRITE: Response questions
Complete Short Story Theater Field Trip Permission Slip
​​Spanish I: Do worksheet to practice the expressions "I need to do and I have to do" and related vocabulary. Use pages 11 and 12.

Nov 27
Math: Earn at least 80 points on IXL strands AA.3 and AA.4.

​Nov 22
English: Thanksgiving Reading Challenge p.33
​​SS: No homework
​Spanish I: No homework

Nov 21
Math: Finish earning at least 80 points on IXL strands AA.1 and AA.2

Nov 20
Spanish I: Go over chapter 2, section 3 (summary and vocabulary), pages 11 and 12. Finalize and be ready to present your "expresiónes". Add 5 words to your vocabulary project, the topic is "Precious stones".
SS: No homework

​Nov 17
Math: Blocks 2 and 3: Complete your assigned question on the systems of equations sheet
​Math: Block 1: Write your own real-life scenarios involving zero and infinite solutions. Create a table, graph, and equation for each scenario and explain why they result in infinite or zero solutions.

Nov 16
English: WRITE: Explain Jozui’s argument and discuss the extent to which you agree or disagree with her analysis. Support your position, providing reasons and examples from your own experience, observations, or reading. (1 page/MLA format)
Spanish I: Review chapter 2, section 2 (summary and vocabulary), pages 11 and 12. Do "cuánto/a(s)" worksheet . Bring your chromebook.

​Nov 15
W.L.: Learn colors, page 14. Write a sentence about each color (include the colors in French).

Nov 14
English: READ: SSR Book choice (5 pages or 30 min.)
WRITE: Do memories hinder or help people in their effort to learn from the past and succeed in the present? (1 page/ MLA format)
​SS: Solve code to figure out homework (2 sided)
​Spanish I: Do worksheet to practice "cuánto/a(s)" . Bring your chromebook.

Nov 13
Math: One solution to a system of equations

Nov 9
SS: OPTIONAL reading "To Save a Nation" HONORS: Required reading "To Save a Nation"
​Spanish I: Do worksheet to practice listing the content of your bedroom in Spanish.

​Nov 8
Math: Solving multi-step equations. Earn at least 80 points on IXL V.12.

​Nov 7
Spanish I: Practice numbers 0 to 1,000, page 7. Write 15 random numbers (0 to 1,000). Add 5 words to your vocabulary project, the topic is "holidays".
​SS: Complete #10-Home Front questions HONORS: Complete #10. Book group this Weds. during X block.

​Nov 6
Math: Solve 2 step equations (choose 12). Isolate the variable using inverse operations, show each step of your work.

Nov 3
Spanish I: Spanish I: Memorize "AR" verbs endings. Finalize and practice your presentation "Mis expresiónes favoritas", you will present on Tuesday.

Nov 2
Math: Practice writing and graphing linear equations on IXL Y.6, Y.7 and Y.8. Earn at least 80 points on each strand.

Nov 1
Spanish I: Do "AR" verbs worksheet and memorize "AR" verbs endings. Finalize and practice your presentation "Mis expresiónes favoritas", you will present next class.
SS: Read both articles and underline the answers in the text. See #7 and #8. HONORS: Complete #7/8. Continue reading WWII book.
English: STUDY: Night Exam 9/7 Study Guide p. 30
Break-It-Down Quiz #8-3 Friday
​SS: South/Central America Test will be tomorrow 11/2
​Oct 31
Math: Graph, slope, equation

OCt 27
Math: Block 1 - Earn at least 80 points on IXL Y.2
​Blocks 2 & 3: Earn at least 80 points on IXL Y.5

​Oct 26
Spanish I: Study Spanish speaking countries, review the capitals and locations. The test is Monday
SS: Research and take notes. HONORS: Research and notes and book group Monday.​
Math: Unit rate word problems

Oct 25
Math: Study for quick quiz on slope. Practice sheet and answer key posted on Google Classroom.
Earn at least 80 points on IXL Y.1 and Y.5


Oct 24
SS: Read packet #6-"Miracles on the Water." Complete questions. HONORS: Complete #6 and be ready to discuss first few chapters of your WWII book on Monday the 30th
Spanish I: Study Spanish speaking countries, review the capitals and locations. The test will be Monday Oct. 30.
English: READ: Read Night p. 95-end
​Write: Night Q7 p. 26
Oct 23
Math: The Walk-a-thon

Oct 20
Spanish I: Review Chapter 2, section 1 (summary and vocabulary), pages 11 and 12. Study Spanish speaking countries (capitals and location).

​Oct 19
Math: Earn at least 80 points on IXL I.4 and I.5.

Oct 18
SS: Read packet and complete #4-questions and notes. HONORS: AF essay due by Friday. Find a WWII book to read by next week. See Ms. Fish if you need help picking one
​Spanish I: Do definite and indefinte articles worksheet.
English: READ: Night p. 75-95 & Study Guide #3 p. 24
STUDY: BID #8-2 vocabulary quiz Friday p. 21
SSR Book Choice due 10/26



Oct 17
Math: The Walk-a-thon, due October 23rd. Math NWEA testing will continue on Thursday. Bring your charged Chromebook.

​Oct 16
Spanish I: Go over Chapter 2, section 1 (summary and vocabulary), pages 11 and 12. Add 5 words to your vocabulary project, the topic is "drinks".
​English: READ: Night p. 62-75
STUDY: BID 8-2 p. 21 Quiz Friday
SS: Complete research-take notes. See #3. HONORS: Animal Farm essay due this Friday. Pick a WWII book to read by next week.

Oct 13
Math: None (Math NWEA testing in class)
Reminder: Ponsettia Fundraiser-forms and money due by Nov. 4th

​Oct 12
Spanish I: Study for Chapter 1 exam. The exam is next class.

Oct 11
Math: Coffee by the pound

Oct 10
SS: Return signed permission slip (requires parent and student signatures). Re-take for WW1 Test Weds. the 18th-the old test must be fixed. HONORS: AF essay due 10/20
Spanish I: Finish your presentation "Lo que me gusta" and be ready to present. Study for Chpater 1 exam (exam date is Oct. 16).

ct 5
Math: Comparing proportional relationships

Oct 4
English: none
​SS: Complete research on Great Depression. See #13. Write notes on that page-not in notebook
​Spanish I: Start studying for Chapter 1 exam. Review pages 4 and 5.

Oct 3
Math:None

Oct 2
SS: Study for test on 10/4. See #12 HONORS: Finish AF and study for test. See #12
Spanish I: Finish the last countries of your project (Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, Chile and Argentina. Add 5 words to your vocabulary project, the topic is flavors.
​English: Read NIght p. 28-46 and write 3 postit notes

​Sept 29
Math: Jeopary review questions and answers will be posted on Google Classroom. STUDY for Tuesday's Unit 1 test which will cover the rules of exponents, scientific notation, and square and cube roots.
W.L.: Review school vocabulary, page 8. Do worksheet (school vocabulary).

Sept 28
SS: Study for test on 10/4. See #12 HONORS: Study for test-see #12. Read assigned chapters in AF
Math: Distributive property with fractions & earn at least 80 points on IXL C.7 and C.8

​Sept 27
Math: Start preparing for Unit 1 Test on the rules of exponents, scientific notation, and square and cube roots.The following IXL strands should be at 80 points or higher before you take the test:
F.4, F.7, F.8, F.9, F.10, F.11, G.1, G.2, G.3, G.4, F.15 and F.20.

Sept 26
Spanish I: Memorize the verb to be (SER), page 10. Add 5 countries to your Spanish Speaking Project (Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Rica).
English: Read “Night” p. 16-28, Quiz next class
​SS: Read Wilson's 14 Points (#11) HONORS: Chapter 7 in AF and Wilson's 14 Points

Sept 25
Math: Roots sheet and finish earning at least 80 points on IXL F.15 and F.20

Sept 22
Spanish I: Go over Chapter 1, section 3 (summary and vocabulary), pages 4 and 5. Finish the Spanish countries (Spain, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Cuba and Dominican Republic).

Sept 21
W.L.: Review your grammar notes, page 7. Practice numbers 0 to 80, page 5.
Math: Scientific notation sheet. Continue working on IXL and earn at least 80 points on IXL G.3 and G.4.

​Sept 20
SS: Complete research notes in notebook-see #9. HONORS: Read chapters 3,4, and 5 in AF for Friday. Copy notes into notebook see *9

​ept 19
Math: Operations with scientific notation - word problems. Follow the rubric posted on Google Classroom to make sure you show the entire solution. ​
If you needed more time, complete Ruba Problem and hand in poster on Thursday.


Sept 18
Spanish I: Practice numbers 0 to 80, page 7. Go over vocabulary of chapter 1, parts 1 and 2.
​English: Read book of Pleasure (BOP) and study BID #8-1 Vocabulary p. 12, Quiz Friday

Sept 15
Math: Earn at least 80 points on IXL G.2


​Sept 14
Spanish I: Review personal information, page 9, and be ready to answer questions. Memorize Spanish numbers 0 to 60, page 7. Go over Chapter 1, part 2 (summary and vocaublary), page 4 and 5.
​English: None (unless you have missing work) --Happpy Homecoming
​SS: Read packet #6-read, underline, and answer questions. HONORS: Complete packet #6 and read chapter 2 in Animal Farm-be ready to discuss


​Sept 13
W.L.: Study French alphabet, page 4, test next class. Memorize numbers 0 to 20, page 5. Do numbers worksheet.

Sept 12
SS: Finish reading article-"Great Molasses Flood" HONORS ONLY: Record Russian Revolution notes in your notebook. Read first chapter of Animal Farm (skip intro and preface for now)
​Spanish I: Study Spanish alphabet, page 6. Test next class. Start learning/memorizing personal information, page 9.
English: READ: book of pleasure 30 minutes
WRITE: final copy of Summer Reading Assignment p. 6


September 11
Math: Study for Wednesday's quick quiz on exponents. Review sheet and answers will be posted on Google Classroom.
Practice on IXL F.4, F.7, F.8, F.9, F.10, F.11

September 8
Spanish I: Review Spanish alphabet, page 6. Practice classroom instructions, page 8. Finish your first 5 words of your vocabulary project (topic is shapes).
English: READ and find book of pleasure for Sustained Silent Reading (SSR)
WRITE: 2nd Draft of Summer Reading Assignment p. 6


September 7
Math: Zero and negative exponents. Practice by playing the games posted on Google Classroom.

September 6
SS: Complete #3-World Power Honors: OPTIONAL complete articles on Johnstown flood-be prepared to discuss

​Spanish I: Practice the Spanish alphabet, page 6. Learn "Classroome instructions", page 8.

September 5
Math - The product and quotient of powers

August 31
Spanish I Practice the Spanish alphabet, page 6, and accents, page 3.
Practice the list of words using the Spanish alphabet.
Go over chapter 1, part 1 (summary and vocabulary), pages 4 and 5.

August 29
SS-Sign course overview and return (parent signature required)
ENGLISH: write 2 questions you still have on index cards and bring to Advisory
To enable screen reader support, press Ctrl+Alt+Z To learn about keyboard shortcuts, press Ctrl+slash
READ- finish summer reading or read for pleasure 30 minutes
WRITE: Complete sentences on “Mrs. Glidden’s Syllabus” p.1

August 28
ENGLISH: READ: for pleasure 30 min. & bring in your book of pleasure (BOP) to class
WRITE: Answers to Mrs. Glidden’s Syllabus p. 1 in complete sentences.
MATH: Complete goal form and have gold notes signed
SCI: All Homework will be posted in google classroom. Class code 3ezkocu

Seventh Grade Homework
Middle School Parents Survival Guide
(After School Study  Monday/Wednesday in Middle School English Room)
Science Homework Google Classroom

March 9
Math: Problem solving with similar figures

March 8

W.L.: Review days and months, page 9. Do time worksheet.
​SS: Complete poster by 3/12 (Monday) class.

March 7
Math: Simillar polygons and scale factors

March 6
SS: Complete #12 and #13. Posters will be worked on in class (if students fall behind, it will become homework)
W.L.: Learn days and months, page 9. Do worksheet to practice days and months.
English: READ: AOW: What is Plagiarism? p. 71
COMPLETE: Questions 1-4 using R.E.A.D.S format

​March 5
Math: Exploring similar figures

Feb 22
English: SSR book choice due by 3/23
W.L.: No homework
​SS: No homework. Bring gear for tomorrow

​Feb 21
Math: Have a fantastic winter break!

Feb 20
English: SSR book choice due by 3/23
​W.L.: Finish your "Advertising page". Study school vocabulary, page 8. Test next class.
​SS: Bring a green and a yellow shirt for Friday (ski goggles too if you have them)

Feb 19
Math: Finish the Area of Compound Shapes 2, if you didn't finish this during class.

Feb 16
SS: Wear PJs on Monday. Find a yellow and green shirt for Friday
​English: Quarter 3 SSR book due 3/23
​W.L.: Learn school vocabulary, page 8. Do worksheet to practice school vocabulary. Bring your chromebook.

Feb 15
Math: NWEA testing. No homework unless you need to catch up on your competencies.

Feb 14
W.L.: Practice school vocabulary, page 8. Study numbers 0 to 100, page 5, test next class.
English: Read SSR book due 3/23
Study BID #7-8 quiz Friday


Feb 13
Math: NWEA testing. No homework unless you need to catch up on your competencies.
​SS: Test on Thursday on vocabulary, documents, compromises, and Madison HONORS: Book Analysis due Friday and test on Thursday
English: Play Poetry Jumble
https://create.kahoot.it/details/75f73a3e-c2ca-4fe8-bd39-bb0f343b7147
and complete flashcards for quiz on Thursday p. 61
​​Spanish I: Finish and be ready to present your project "Lo que me gusta o no". Start studying for Chapter 3 exam, review pages 13 and 14.

​Feb 12
SS: Finish #8. Re-takes for Asia test are Weds. during X block
W.L.:Learn school vocabulary #1-15, page 8. Practice numbers 0 to 100, page 5. Spell 20 random numbers betewwn 0 to 100 in Spanish.
​Feb 9
Math: Earn at least 80 points on IXL AA.3 and AA.4
English: Read SSR book (due by 3/23/18)
WRITE: Final Draft Outsider Argument Essay p.57
STUDY: BID 7-9 p. 67


Feb 8
W.L.: Practice numbers 0 to 80, page 5. Review grammar notes, page 7. Learn school vocabulary #1-15, page 8.
​SS: Complete #8 Indus Valley Seals (don't forget the back)

​Feb 6
English: READ: The Outsiders CH 11
WRITE: outline for Outsider Argument Essay p. 57
​​W.L.: Memorize numbers 0 to 60, page 5. Practice writing and spelling numbers in Spanish.

Feb  5
Math: Triangles - unique, more than one, none


​Feb 2
English: READ: Book of Pleasure
COMPLETE & Analyze: Big Game Graphic Organizer p. 63
W.L.: Memorize numbers 0 to 40, page 5. Do worksheet to practice numbers 0 to 40.
​SS: Complete #5-country comparison. Study for test-see#2

​Feb 1
Math: Use a pencil, protractor and straight edge to construct your regular polygon and scale drawing

​Jan 31
SS: Study for test 2/8-See #2 ​
​W.L.: Study Spanish alphabet, page 4. Test next class. Memorize numbers 0 to 20, page 5. Do numbers 0 to 20 worksheet.
English: READ: The Outsiders CH 10
STUDY: BID 7-8 p. 59


Jan 30
Math: Study for quiz on angles next class. Make sure IXL strands W.7, W.8, W.9, W.12 and W.13 are at 80 points or higher.

​Jan 29
English: READ: The Outsiders CH 8 & 9 and complete CH9 study questions p. 62
STUDY: BID 7-8 Quiz Fri. p. 59 ​
SS: Finish #2-Southeast Geo Packet ​
W.L.: Memorize numbesr 0 to 10, page 5. Do numbers worksheet. Practice Spanish alphabet, page 4.

Jan 25
SS: Bring charged chromebook to class

Jan 24
Math: FInish earning at least 80 points on IXL strands W.7, W.8 and W.9
W.L.: Study greetings and personal information, page 3. Test next class. Practice Spanish alphabet, page 4.

​Jan 23
SS: Test Thursday on Civil Rights. See #21
W.L.: Review greetings and personal information, page 3. Practice Spanish alphabet, page 4.

​Jan 22
Math: Polygons and angles. Complete circled problems only.

Jan 19
SS: Test next Thursday-the 25th. See #11. Closed notes. Complete research and notes on March on D.C. 1963
​W.L.: Review greetings and personal information, page 3. Be ready to share information (minimun of 3).

Jan 18
Score at least 80 points on IXL W.12 and W.13
​Math: Complementary and supplementary angle practice

Jan 17
SS: Bring #17 to class
​English: read CH 3 & 4 in your “outsider” book &
complete Character Notebook handout p. 50

​Jan 16
Math: None

​Jan 12
W.L.: No homework!

Jan 11
​Math: Study for Tuesday's Unit 3 test which will cover all operations with expressions, combining like terms including the use of the distributive property, constructing and solving multi-step equations and inequalities using the step-by-step process, and graphing inequalities. 
​IXL strands R.10, R.13, R.14, T.1, T.2, T.3, T.6 and T.7 should be at 80 points or higher.

​Jan 10
SS: Bring #17 to class. Grades close Friday
W.L.: Bring your "French" food Friday.
English: SSR Q2 book due, read The Outsiders CH 2 p. 18 and mark up the text with post-it notes, Study BID 7-7 quiz Fri.

Jan 9
Math: Start studying for your Unit 3 Test which will be given on Tuesday, January 16th. IXL strands R.10, R.13, R.14, T.1, T.2, T.3, T.6 and T.7 should be at 80 points or higher before you test.

​Jan 8
W.L.: Be ready for your French Food Project presentation, page 17.
English: finish reading The Outsiders CH 1 p. 3-17
Write: Chapter 1 Study Q1 p. 49 in complete thoughts on white lined piece of paper
​SS: Finish #19-Stinney. Reminder grades close this Friday. I will not accept late or missing work for quarter 2 after Friday ​

​jan 5
Math: Writing and solving inequalities

​Jan 4
SS: Bring #17 and chromebook to class every day
​W.L.: Be ready for your "Holiday Presentation". Work on your French Food Project, page 17.
​English: PRINT: National Writing Permission slip & have parents sign

an 3
Math: Evaluating inequalities (odd numbers only)

​Jan 2
W.L.: Work on your French Food Project, page 17. Bring your chromebook.
​SS: Bring Packet#17 to class

Dec 22
Math: No homework

Dec 21
W.L.: No homework
SS: No homework. Have a great break!
​English: Holiday Break Reading Challenge

​Dec 20
Math: Inequalities word problems

​ Dec 19
SS: No homework. Finish poster if you did not hand it in today
​W.L.: Review food vocabulary, page 16. Think about your French Food Project, page 17.

Dec 18
7TH: Earn at least 80 points on IXL T.1, T.2 and T.3.

Dec 15
English: Read SSR book due 1/12, Complete White Elephant Activity p. 41
SS: Finish poster for Tuesday. I will give you 10 minutes in class on Tuesday to make final touches (glue/paste/print final pictures). See #15 for checklist and requirements.
​W.L.: Go over food vocabulary #1-30, page 16. Do food vocabulary worksheet. Think about your French Food Project.

​Dec 14
Math: Finish tree farm inequality problem and score at least 80 points on IXL strands T.2 and T.3

Dec 13
W.L.: Learn food vocabulary #1-15, page 16. Think about the French food you would like to research and make.


​Decec 11
English: READ: Book of Pleasure 
STUDY: BID Quiz #7-6 p. 44 ​
​​SS: Bring charged chromebook and materials to class
​W.L.: Finish and be ready to present your French country.

Dec 8
Math: Graphing and writing inequalities

Dec 7
English: READ: pleasure book (30 min.) SSR book talk due by 1/12/17
Digital book Selfie p. 39
​W.L.: Bring your chromebook
​SS: Read packet #15. Select 1 disease to research. Do not start your research yet.

​Dec 6
Math: Solving one-step equations with multiplication and division, earn at least 80 points on IXL AA.14. Study for Friday's quiz on combining like terms including the distributive property.

​Dec 5
SS: Complete #13 (7 Plagues) Note: This assignment will be not accepted late.
​English: READ: pleasure book (30 min.) SSR book talk due by 1/12/17
Digital book Selfie p. 39
​W.L.: Review clothing vocabulary, page 15. Be ready to present your "Fashion Show". Bring clothing tiems and accessories.

​Dec 4
Math: Earn at least 80 points on IXL AA.1, AA.2, AA.3, AA.4 and AA.5 to prepare for Thursday's Unit Test on systems of equations

​Dec 1
English: Memoir book choice due 12/11
Make arrangements for poinsettia pick up12/6
SS: Complete #10 (Vanishing Forests) Read and answer questions
W.L.: Review clothing vocabulary, page 15. Work on your "Fashion Show".

Nov 29
W.L.: Review clothing vocabulary, page 15. Think about the Fashion Show (script, clothing items, music).
​English: READ: Memoir book choice due 12/11
STUDY: BID 7-5 quiz
​SS: Test Friday-on countries, water, geo regions, and notes about the geo regions (closed notes)

Nov 28
Math: Writing and simplifying expressions

​Nov 27
SS: Quiz Weds-all countries. Test on Friday-on countries, water, geo regions, and notes
W.L.: Learn clothing vocabulary #1-18, page 15. Do worksheet about clothing vocabulary.
​English: READ: finish Memoir Book due 12/11
STUDY: “Break-it-Down” Quiz #7-5 p. 38

Nov 22
Math: No homework

​Nov 21
English: Thanksgiving Reading Challenge p.35
​SS: No homework
​W.L.: No homework

Nov 20
Math: No homework unless you need to complete the IXL strands associated with the Unit 2 test

Nov 17
English: Read: Memoir (5 pages or 30 min.) Due December 11th
WRITE: 2nd draft of Literary Tea Party p. 11/21​
W.L.: Finalize, practice and be ready to present your "Paris Attraction".​

Nov 16
Math: Study for Monday's Unit 2 Test on ratios, rates, and unit rates, and be able to identify and create proportional relationships in tables, graphs and equations. Answers to Jeopardy will be posted on Google Classroom. Make sure you've earned at least 80 points on IXL J.2, J.3, K.1, K.2, K.3, K.4, K.5, K.6 and K.7. ​

Nov 15
English: READ: Memoir Book (5 pages or 30 min.) and take notes on your character
Literary Tea Party Assignment p. 34 due 11/21
​SS: Finish #3-Geo Regions of Africa. Quiz this Friday on 1st 15 countries on Sheppard Software or 1st 2 regions

Nov 14
Math: Create your own real-life proportional relationship.
Work on study guide - answers will be posted online.
Make sure IXL strands J.2, J.3, K.1, K.2, K.3, K.4, K.5, K.6, K.7 are at 80 points or higher before Monday’s Unit 2 Test.



Nov 13
SS: Finish veteran letter ASAP. Finish #2 Africa Map for Weds. Quiz Friday on 1st 15 African countries on Sheppard Software (or 1st 2 regions)
W.L.: Study sports vocabulary, page 13. Test next class.​
​​
Nov 9
Math: Representing proportional relationships with equations. Earn at least 80 points on IXL K.5, K.6 and K.7.​

Nov 8
W.L.: Review sports vocabulary, page 13. Be ready for your "Twins" presentation.SS: Bring a draft of a thank you letter for a veteran. We will make final corrections in class.
English: READ: Memoir Book Choice (30 minutes)
Write
How I Got my Name Assignment p. 31
STUDY: BID 7-4 Quiz


Nov 7
Math: Complete study guide to study for Thursday's quick quiz on proportions. Answer key will be posted on Google Classroom. Finish earning at least 80 points on IXL K.1, K.2, K.3 and K.4.

Nov 6
SS: Share slideshow with Ms. Fish (NameBlockAmerica)
W.L.: Learn sports vocabulary #1-15, page 13. Do sports vocabulary worksheet.

Nov 3
Math: Constant of proportionality

Nov 2
SS: Finish #5 and #6. Pass those pages in as soon as they are done. Start #8 (Vacation) due Nov. 6th
​W.L.: Study family vocabulary, page 12. Test next class.

​Nov 1
Math: Identifying proportions in graphs

Oct 31
W.L.: Practice family vocabulary, page 12. Do worksheet to practice the verb to have and family vocabulary.

​Oct  30
Spanish I: Go over Chapter 2, section 2 (summary and vocabulary), pages 11 and 12. Add 5 words to your vocabulary project, the topic is WWII.
​Math: Proportional relationships

Oct 27
English: Read, Read, Read!!
Practice reading your scary story
*optional: bring a snack to share
​SS: Test on Tuesday, the 31st-see #2 and #3. Next Friday last day to sell poinsettias
​W.L.: Learn family vocabulary #1-15, page 12. Do possessive adjectives worksheet.

Oct 26

Oct 25

W.L.: Study adjectives, page 11. Test next class.
​SS: Test Tuesday the 31st. See #2 and #3. Nov 3rd deadline for poinsettias
English: READ: SSR book talk due by Friday
STUDY: BID 7-3 Quiz Friday p. 25


Oct 24
Math: Practice identifying and creating equivalent ratios, earn at least 80 points on IXL J.2 and J.3.

Oct 23
SS: Test on Tuesday the 31st. Know countries, water, and landforms/regions. See packets #2 and #3. Word bank provided. NO CAPITALS. Finish #3 if needed
W.L.: Finish your project "Ma famille" and be ready to present. Review adjectives, page 11.
English: READ: SSR book due 10/27
STUDY: BID #7-3 p. 24


​Oct 20
Math: None :)  If you scored below 70% on your Unit 1 test, finish homework and IXLs to 80% or higher so you can retest.

Oct 19
W.L.: Practice adjectives, page 11. Bring your chromebook for next class.
SS: Optional (graphic)-read "The Other Victims". Honors: Find a WWII book by Tues. See Ms. Fish if you need help
English: READ: SSR book talk due by 10/27
Bring charged Chromebooks for NWEA testing 10/23


​Oct 17
W.L.: Practice adjectives #1-15, page 11. Do adjectives worksheet.
SS: Reminder: Poinsettia Fundraiser
English: READ: book of pleasure (SSR due by 10/26)
Write: Scary Story Final Draft due 10/18
Bring Chromebook for NWEA testing 10/23
​Math: None. Bring charged Chromebook to class for math NWEA testing on Friday.


Oct 16
Math: Study for Unit 1 test on solving real world problems involving the four operations with rational numbers, operations with integers, opposite, additive inverse, absolute value, the distance between two numbers, and converting a fraction to a decimal using equivalent fractions if possible or long division if not possible.

Oct 13
English: Read: SSR p. 8 conferencing by Oct. 27
Final Draft of Scary Story Due: October 18th
Bring chromebooks to class for NWEA testing Tuesday
SS: Presentation due 10/17-use note cards and map
W.L.: Memorize days and months, page 10. Write 10 random dates, ex.: Lundi le huit avril.
Reminder: Ponsettia Fundraiser-forms and money due by Nov. 4th

Oct 12
Start studying for the Unit 1 test that will take place on October 18th.
Earn at least 80 points on IXL B.6, C.1, C.3, C.4, C.5, C.7, C.8, G’s assigned at your level, G.11 and G.14.
Math: Review packet - Practice with rational numbers

Oct 11
SS: Landform quiz on Friday 10/13 See #17. Presentation Due Date-Tues 10/17
W.L.: Learn days and months, page 10. Do worksheet to practice days and months. Review time, page 9.
English: Scary Story 2nd Draft 10/13--include pictures & literary devices
Final Draft due 10/18
SSR book is due 10/27


Oct 10
Math: Converting fractions to decimals

Oct 5
SS: Landform quiz on Friday 10/13. See #17. Location only-wordbank provided
English: none
W.L.: Practice time, page 9. Do time worksheet.

Oct 4
Math: Multiplying and dividing rational numbers worksheet and earn at least 80 points on IXL G.14

Oct 3
SS: Complete #17-Middle East Landforms. Quiz next week-location only
English: WRITE: 1st Draft of scary story
W.L.: Study school vocabulary, page 8. Test next class. Do time worksheet.

Oct 2
Math: Distributive property with fractions (part 2) and earn at least 80 points on IXL G.4 and G.11

​Sept 29
SS: Finish the Fact Sheet-see #18. Try to complete vocabulary (It is OK if you can't figure some out)

​Sept 28
English: READ Night p. 16-28 and write 3 postit notes showing thinking and feeling
​Spanish I: Go over Chapter 1, section 3 (summary and vocabulary), pages 4 and 5. Add 5 countries to your Spanish Speaking Countries project (Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Peru and Ecuador).

Sept 27
SS: Test this Friday on Middle East. See packet #13. Word banks provided.

Sept 26
Math: All operations with integers

Sept 25
SS: Study for Middle East test this Friday. See #13. You will have wordbanks for countries and capitals.
W.L.: Learn school vocabulary #1-15, page 8. Practice numbers 0 to 100 and make a list of 20 random numbers to spell.

Sept 22
Math: Part 2 - Adding and subtracting rational numbers

Sept 21
English: Read for pleasure
SS: Complete #15

​Sept 20
Math: Earn at least 80 points on IXL strands for adding and subtracting fractions assigned at your level.

​Sept 19
English: Read for Pleasure
​SS: Finish packet #13-Middle East (Don't worry about the coloring). REMINDER: Picture Day tomorrow!
W.L.: Be ready to present your skit "Classroom Instructions". Review numbers 0 to 60, page 5. Do numbers worksheet (#0-60).

Sept 18
Math: Adding and subtracting rational numbers

Sept 15
SS: Picture day Weds. ​
​W.L.- Memorize numbers 0 to 40, page 5. Do numbers worksheet (#0-40)

Sept 14
Math: Distance means "difference"

​Sept 13
SS: Binder check this Friday-SS section. Picture day is next Wednesday, the 20th. Fill out picture form and bring in money on the 20th if you want school pictures.
English: READ for pleasure 30 minutes
STUDY: BID 7-1 Quiz Friday
Finish any missing writing assignments



Sept 12
​Math: Study for Thursday's quick quiz on adding and subtracting integers. Review sheet and answers will be posted on Google Classroom.​
Practice on IXL B.6, C.1, C.3, C.4 and C.5.

Sept 11
W.L. Review the French alphabet, page 4 and practice spelling words. Memorize numbers 0 to 10, page 5.
SS: Study for test on 9/13 (Weds.) see page #2 or practice test. Sneakers Wednesday and Friday.

Sept 8
Math: Subtraction of integers

September 7
SS: Outside Monday for GPS-bring sneakers. Test 9/13-see page #2
English: READ for pleasure 30 minutes
WRITE- 2nd draft of Summer Reading Assignment p. 7
​W.L.- Study greetings and personal information, page 3. Test next class. Review French alphabet, page 4. Finish your letter.

September 6
Math: Addition of integers. Practice by playing the games posted on Google Classroom.

September 5
English: READ: summer choice book and fill out Character Traits Thinkmark
WRITE: finish 1st Draft of 7 Summer Reading Assignment p. 7
W.L.- Review greetings and personal information, page 3. Be ready to present your skit (next class). Rewrite neatly your dialogue (skit).

August 30
W.L.: Review greetings, page 3. Practice your lines for the skit.
English: READ: Plagiarism Policy (needs parent signature)
WRITE-Vote for Me Speech assignment and detailed outline p. 4
Middle School Elections are on 9/7
SS:No homework

August 29
MATH: Complete goal form and have gold notes signed

August 28
SS-Sign course overview and return (parent signature required)
​WL-Review greetings (#1-20), page 3. Write 12 sentences using greetings.

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