Grades 6, 7, and 8 focus on the transition from Lower to Upper School and from childhood to young adulthood.
After students have mastered introductory skills of the elementary years, they are ready to develop more disciplined methods of organizing their time and pursuing a variety of academic interests. Their capacity for abstract thinking grows, and the shaping of their personalities accelerates. The structure in these grades moves from a self-contained classroom experience to departmentalization. At each grade, efforts are made to accommodae individual academic needs, interests, and abilities.
Academic specialization, field trips, extra-curricular activities such as Jr. Beta, Student Council, Academic Team, sports, and end-of-the-year trips provide opportunities for leadership which help each student advance in self-awareness and self-confidence.
Mrs. Kissner's Homework
Literature: study guide given, Outsiders will be finished this weekend! Nightly reading!!!
History: review list and quiz DAILY
For the week of May 13-18, 2013
6th grade: Highlight and review every day this week. Quizzes Tuesday through Friday to prepare for final exams next week!
7th grade: New notes this week on plant reproduction. Quizzes Tuesday through Thursday and flower dissection on Friday.
8th grade: Highlight and review every day this week. Quizzes Tuesday through Friday to prepare for final exams next week!
Mrs. Eastman’s Homework
Mrs. Eastman’s Homework Assignments
Mrs. Bradley’s Homework
Mrs. Bradley’s Homework Assignments
Coach Smith’s Homework
Coach Smith’s Homework Assignments
Mrs. Meredith’s Homework
————————— 7th Grade —————————-
Tuesday, February 19th: work on ch. 28 study guide
Wednesday, February 20th: go over ch. 28 study guide and questions
Thursday, February 21st: Ch. 28 Test
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Mrs. Cavanah’s Homework & Announcements
9th grade Grammar Review Sheet Answers
p. 173, Section A, 1-20
- runs/slips *or* ran/slipped
- flew/blew *or* fly/blows
- waited/caught *or* waits/catches
p. 162, Ex. 6, 1-10
If you revised it in the Present Tense:
If you revised it in the Past Tense:
- was, had planned
- dashed, ran, called
- had been thinking
- became, could, was
- saw, were
p. 173-4, Section B, 21-30
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Mrs. Keller’s Homework
Mrs. Keller’s Homework Assignments
There will be a test Monday, January 14, over Chapter 5 sections 5 through 7 only. We
will begin chapter 6 the last half of the period. The second semester exam will begin with
Chapter 5 section 5.
Maj. Armstrong’s Homework
Maj. Armstrong’s Homework Assignments
Ms. Johnston’s Homework
Mrs. Johnston’s Homework Assignments
Mrs. Bressler’s Homework
Mrs. Bressler’s Homework Assignments
Mr. Weaver’s Homework
Mr. Weaver’s Homework Assignments