Friday, October 20, 2017


Please remember to bring in conference forms before the 25th! If your child hasn't brought a form home and you want a conference please let us know with either a note or email.  Teachers' schedules are filling up quickly.  Thank you!

Monday, October 16, 2017

Week of October 16th


Square 1 Art drawings are due on Halloween!  Remember that the money made during the Art 1 fundraiser goes right to our school's technology costs! So if you enjoy the chromebooks and getting plenty of visual aids in the classroom, be sure to sell some of those awesome items!

More information can be found here:

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Week of Oct. 9th

See any missed work posted on Google Classroom.

Homework for Tuesday -- 2 sentences each for the vocab words of Flight of Icarus; make sure sentences have context clues.

Monday, October 2, 2017

Week of Oct. 2nd

This week we are going to be reading about some teens taking bold actions in both the fiction and nonfiction world.

Tuesday:   Finish the pre-during-after questions for "Big Things Come in Small Packages" in the Close Reader workbook           **Wear a vacation shirt or school colors!

Wednesday:  Presentation

Thursday:  **Wear Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness

Friday:  MyAccess assignment due:  The People of the Pedestrian


Monday, September 25, 2017

Week of Sept. 25th

7th Grade General info:

Friday: Yankee Candle fundraiser orders/money due in by Friday.  30% of money raised goes towards individual student's class trip funds.

Wear gold and bring in money to donate to cancer research.

7th Grade ELA info:

Tuesday: Rogue Wave Vocab Quiz
Wednesday: Rogue Wave Story Test

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Week of Sept. 14th

Please sign, have your parents sign, and return the "Use of Internet" forms as soon as possible!

For Wednesday night -- write 2 sentences for each of "Rogue Wave" 's vocabulary words (5 words found in the margins of the story)

We will have a quiz on the words Friday.

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Week of Sept. 11th

This Week: 

Make sure to have a book cover, your parent information handed (preferred emails and phone numbers), and the class contract signed.

This week we are starting to get back into the groove.  We're practicing putting our brains to good use with a close reading of Ray Bradbury's The Pedestrian.  


For Thursday's homework I'd like students to reread the story and identify 3 similes or metaphors in the text.

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