Welcome EAGLE School of Madison

Oct. 06, 2017

Updates in Primary Science

from:Wright, Sarah

to:Primary Science

Hello Parents and Guardians!

I just had the pleasure of attending today's TGIF presentation with your students, which was about reptiles (and included some live visitors!). The kids truly enjoyed it and most of them even touched a snake.

In Science class, we have begun investigating liquids: their properties, how they move, and how they are different from solids. I'm attaching a home extension sheet that you may wish to try with your child (but as always, entirely optional). You may also enjoy helping your children pour liquids from one container to another to see liquids take the shape of their containers, and use measuring cups to see that the volume stays the same even if it appears different. In the coming weeks, we will begin to learn what a "particle" is, partly in order to help us better tell the difference between solids and liquids. We'll also create mixtures of solids and liquids and explore ways to separate mixtures into their parts again.

Thanks for your support and we'll be in touch soon!

Sarah

sarah@eagleschool.org

Dec. 04, 2016

Spirit Week is here!

from:Goodge, Martha

to:Student Council Announcements

Here are the themes for Spirit Week. We hope everyone can show their school spirit by participating!

Tomorrow, 12/5 : Movie Character Monday

12/6 : Tic Tac Tuesday

12/7 : What-Am-I? Wednesday

12/8 : Pajama Day 

12/9 : Favorite Animal Friday

Feb. 06, 2013

Opera For the Young, February 15th

from:Harper, Darlene

to:Junior 5/6 Music

Dear Parents of the 5/6 Class,

I have so much information to share with you and hope that you will take the time to read this thoroughly.  We have a wonderful opportunity to perform with OFTY next Friday at TGIF.  Due to some miscommunications, we were only given the materials yesterday to prepare for this.  Needless to say, I want the students to sing as if we had gotten the music months ago!  We are hoping that you will come to hear your student perform with Opera For the Young in Massenet's Cinderella.  

All of the 5/6s will be participating.  OFTY will come in about 75 minutes before TGIF to help get the students aquainted with what they need to know as far as entrances and exits, dance movements, and so on.  My students will, of course, be completely prepared music-wise!

Here is what you will need to know to help prepare your child for this great experience:

1)  Everyone needs to wear dark pants - dark jeans, black pants, or dark leggings will all be fine - and a long- or short-sleeved t-shirt, also dark, with no lettering or design whatsoever.

2)  Since the students will, for the most part, be mice, the more gray the better in the above outfit, but it really does not matter.  This is just a suggestion.

3)  Some of the students will be at the sides, not directly on the stage, and will need to bring a few more costume items, if possible.  The girls could easily bring in a skirt that perhaps matches their t-shirt and pull that on when they need to be 'party guests'.  The boys can bring in a nice shirt that they can put on over their t-shirts and tuck into pants, for a more dressy look. 

4) OFTY typically only accommodates 16 students, but I told them that I could not choose 16 out of the 5/6 class, therefore the need for some extra costumes for those students who will be seen, but will not be clothed by OFTY.

5) ALL students, however, should follow #1 and #2 above, whether bringing in their own items, or being costumed by OFTY.

This is last minute, parents, I realize, but the students and I have our work cut out for us and so we are hoping we can leave the pants and shirts up to you!  Thank you so much.  We hope that you can attend TGIF on Friday, February 15th.

Sincerely,

Darlene

 

 

Nov. 15, 2012

Sci Olympiad Nov/ December Practice schedule

from:McCulley, Denise

to:Science Olympiad

Friday, Nov. 16 - recess

Monday, Nov. 19 - 3:30 - 4:30

Tuesday, Nov. 27 - 3:30 - 4:30

Friday, Nov. 30 - recess

Wednesday, Dec. 5 - 3:30 - 4:30

Friday, Dec. 7 - recess

Tuesday, Dec. 11 - 3:30 - 4:30

Wednesday, Dec. 12 - 3:30 - 4:30 (I know this is the Band/Strings concert night, if you are in one of these groups, that is your 1st priority.)

Friday, Dec. 14 - recess

Monday, Dec. 17 - 3:30 - 4:30

Thursday, Dec. 20 - 3:30 - 4:30

 

Sept. 26, 2012

After School Art Class

from:Beckett, Marcia

to:All Students

Thank you for the overwhelming response to the after school art class this coming Tuesday.  Sign ups are now closed as the class is full.  There will be more after school art classes throughout the year. 

Sept. 24, 2012

Porgy and Bess Ending

from:Harper, Darlene

to:MS 6/7 Music

6/7s!

I can't wait to read your creative alternate endings to Porgy and Bess!  6/7B due date is Wednesday, 9/26; 6/7A due date is Thursday, 9/27.

Remember:  TYPED!!  Will not accept handwritten papers.

Darlene

Sept. 24, 2012

Round and Round

from:Beckett, Marcia

to:Nest - 5/6 Art

Nest:  The Nest students are experimenting with lines in many ways.  This week we are going to make a line sculpture using wire.

Primary:  The Primaries are learning about symmetry while making a felt and fabric wall hanging. 

Upper Primary:  Maps are the theme again this week.  The children will be making imaginary maps.  Mapmaking ties into their study of communities in LA/SS/D.

Intermediates:  The Intermediates are now starting a unit about insects.  They will be making a paper insect this week and a paper mache sculpture of an insect next week.  This unit will tie in to their study of habitats in Science class.

3/4s:  The 3/4s are now working on radial designs.  Radial balance is any type of balance based on a circle with its design extending from center (for example, a wheel with spokes).  Repetition, pattern and balance are key concepts in this project.

4/5s:  The 4/5s are using magazines pictures to create a collage of the interior of a house.  They are focusing on overlapping and integrating the shapes.  Soon, they will be introduced to Surrealism and they will be adding unexpected elements to their picture using size, scale, juxtaposition and dislocation to create a surreal atmosphere.

5/6s:  The 5/6s had the privilege of listening to Mrs. Doris Koster, a wife of a veteran, talk to our class about the story of the poppies and read to us the poem "In Flander's Field" http://www.cal-mum.com/poppy.htm

The 5/6s will be making posters to honor the veterans.  These will be displayed at the Fitchburg Senior Center and three will be chosen for top honors and seven for honorable mentions.  The students will be invited to a Veteran's Day ceremony at the Senior Center.

Sept. 21, 2012

Weekly Report

from:Abbott, Angela

to:All Students

I am available to students and parents every morning from 7:45 am.

On Tuesday the US history units went to the UW Memorial and College libraries for an orientation and to learn how to do scholarly research using their amazing facilities and the licensed web. They had 35 minutes at the end to start finding potential resources for an upcoming essay (November). It was a great learning experience and the students received a lot of compliments for their decorum, interest and enthusiasm.

All units reviewed their political packets for an upcoming test, they have been told to pace their learning, as there is a lot of content to learn. I am available if any student needs help in organizing their time and materials. The Euros had their Geography quiz on Thursday.

I think it is important that students watch the first Presidential  and only Vice-Presidential debates on the evenings of the 3rd and 11th October respectively. The extra time needed will be built into those evenings, vis-a-vis homework from other subjects.

All 7/8 students will be participating in an all school 2012 Election TGIF. I will be asking the students what format they want their 10-15min. spot to take. If there are any creatively minded parents out there that want to share ideas and help in the production, I would love to hear from you.

Have a lovely w/end :)

Sept. 21, 2012

WEEK 5: (September 25-27th) animals (Upper Primary)

from:Avalos-Cano, Yazmin

to:All Students

- martes - Tuesday: Students have to turn in their homework, “2. Los animales.”


 Then, the class will begin to practice “partner-conversation 4a. ¡En la granja! (At the farm)”. Students have to practice with five different classmates (I will use the projector). 


After practicing partner-conversation, the class will play the game, “Los Conejos – rabbits.”



TAREA: Students have to find the specific animals in the word puzzle. I will hand out this assignment during class. This is due tomorrow.

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Miércoles-Wednesday—Students have to turn in their homework.  

Then, the class will practice “partner-conversation 4b. ¿Cuántos…? (How many…?). Students have to tell how many animals there are. Students have to practice with five different classmates (I will use the projector). 

Then by using my macaw stuffed animal, the class will start their Río’s Mini-Cuento – Short-Story.  The class will read this in class, BUT THE QUESTIONS ARE NOT HOMEWORK!

 

- TAREA:  Students have to start studying how to spell the animals and students have to do the assignment called, “¿Cuántos…? (How many…?) Students have to write the specific Spanish number on the line. This is due tomorrow.

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- jueves – Thursday --- The class will continue to work in their Río’s Mini-Cuento – Short-Story (I will help my students to answer their comprehension questions).


Then, the class will practice “partner-conversation 4c. En el zoológico (At the zoo). Students have to tell how many animals there are at the zoo. Students have to practice with five different classmates (I will use the projector). 

* If the class has time, we will play the game called, “Gestos.”


TAREA:  Students must complete the assignment called, “¡En el zoológico! (At the zoo!) Students have to fill in the blank with the right Spanish animal.  This is due on Tuesday.
 

Sept. 21, 2012

Homework change

from:Munson, Erica

to:Geometry

Change the homework for Monday from 2.7 & chp Test to 2.7 & Chp Review

2.7 and the Chapter Review are due on Monday.

 

(Chp Test will be due Tuesday.  We will take the test Wednesday. I will collect your Math Journals Wednesday - don't put this off!).

Sept. 21, 2012

Sept. 21 Update

from:Nystrand, Nancy

to:All Students

     Since the beginning of our emphasis on trees, both groups of Jr. 4/5s have discussed and done a work sheet on some of the hundreds of items that we make or use from trees.  These items range from paint solvents (e.g., turpentine) to building materials, to rubber tires.  The students also discussed and listed over fifty foods that come from trees.  On Friday, Sept. 14, the students began considering ways that trees are different from other woody plants.  We spent time outdoors comparing trees to shrubs to see how they are different from each other.  Over the next few class periods, the 4/5s discussed and took notes on the differences between trees and shrubs, and trees and vines.  On Friday, Sept. 21, the 4/5B's began a study of tree bark.  In the classroom, they used crayons to make rubbings of a smooth surface and of a bumpy surface to see how the rubbings would be different from each other.  Outdoors, the students then did bark rubbings of the trunks of five different kinds of trees -- one rubbing at the base, and another about four feet from the ground of each tree.  Back in the classroom, the students began to analyze their findings. The 4/5As did the practice rubbings of smooth and bumpy surfaces, and made predictions for the bark rubbing study, but were unable to go outside because of rain.  Instead, they watched a video called Eyewitness:Tree.  Both groups will complete the bark rubbing study, and the 4/5Bs will see the video on trees next week.

There are no homework assignments at this time.

Sept. 20, 2012

EAGLE Tech Month: A Call for Presenters

from:Administrator

to:All Students

Presenters Wanted for EAGLE Tech Month


November is “Tech Month” at EAGLE; we seek to raise awareness of the critical role computer science education has in preparing students for 21st Century careers and the transformative role computing plays in today’s society. During the month of November (coinciding with MAP testing taking over the lab), Jack is hoping to organize a series of lectures and workshops for classes Intermediate through Middle School 7/8 led by parents who work closely with technology in their professions. The goal is to show students the many and various careers that integrate technology in serious ways on a daily basis, whether it be programming, web development, graphic design, animation, logistics, systems management, etc.

Jack would love to have presenters make a half day commitment to present to either AM or PM classes, or, if time is an issue, present at a brown-bag lunch for interested computer students. Of course, Jack would appreciate any time an interested presenter could spare, so if you can only commit to a class period or two, he is still interested in having you come in! Please direct all inquiries to jack@eagleschool.org, and thanks to everyone in advance for committing your time, energy, and ideas to this project!

Interested in presenting to younger students?  If any parents are interested in sharing their computer expertise with Nest, Primary, or Upper Primary students, please contact Gabrielle at gabrielle@eagleschool.org to discuss your ideas. These presentations may be during "Tech Month," but they may also fit better at other times during the year.  Gabrielle looks forward to hearing from you.

Sept. 18, 2012

No homework Tuesday

from:Munson, Erica

to:Algebra II

Can you believe it?!?!

If you are struggling with the last assignment please try it again. 

For the objective function problems here are some tips:

1) First, first, first!  Make a table.  Organize your data

2) Next, look at the problem again - what are you trying to maximize or minimize?

3) Write your objective/cost function

4) Write your constraints based on the input values for your cost function (i.e. you need to go down columns or across rows in order to have both your inputs in the inequality that you write)

 

 

Sept. 17, 2012

What is Art?

from:Beckett, Marcia

to:Nest - 5/6 Art

Nest:  The Nest students are experimenting with lines in many ways.   They created a line picture with construction paper, markers and yarn.  This week they will be making another line drawing with markers and soon they will make a line sculpture using wire.

Primary:  Complementary colors will be introduced through discussion and the book The Orange Book, by Richard McGuire (which is a delightful vintage children's book that contains pictures entirely using orange and blue colors).  The children will make complementary color collages.

Upper Primary:  Maps are the theme of this week.  The children will be making neighborhood maps and later, imaginary maps. 

Intermediates:   We are drawing a self-portrait to place on top of our painted backgrounds.

3/4s:  We are working on an "Art is..." poster.  Using words and images, the students are making a poster that depicts what "Art is" to them.  We read the book Art Is.. by Bob Raczka.  This is one of my favorite children's books about art because it introduces all different types of art and shows what art can be!

4/5s:  The 4/5s are using magazines pictures to create a collage of the interior of a house.  They are focusing on overlapping and integrating the shapes.  Soon, they will be introduced to Surrealism and they will be adding unexpected elements to their picture using size, scale, juxtaposition and dislocation to create a surreal atmosphere.

5/6s:  The 5/6s had the privilege of listening to Mrs. Doris Koster, a wife of a veteran, talk to our class about the story of the poppies and read to us the poem "In Flander's Field" http://www.cal-mum.com/poppy.htm

The 5/6s will be making posters to honor the veterans.  These will be displayed at the Fitchburg Senior Center and three will be chosen for top honors and seven for honorable mentions.  The students will be invited to a Veteran's Day ceremony at the Senior Center.

Sept. 16, 2012

A Musical Update

from:Harper, Darlene

to:7/8 Y Music

Dear Parents and Students,

I have enjoyed these past few weeks very much, and find this class to be interested, serious and fun!

We have so much to accomplish this semester and began the unit with the study of the evolution of the blues, from the call and response form, leading up to the poetry of Langston Hughes. The students wrote - and sang! - call and response first; then they went on to write an AAB blues lyric and spoke that to a 12-bar blues musical background.  This next week we will be starting Dream of Freedom, a 20th century piece using five poems by Langston Hughes.  It is difficult and beautiful, and I know this class will do it justice.

I will be in the Commons on Back-To-School Night, and I hope to see many of you there!

Darlene

Sept. 16, 2012

A Musical Update

from:Harper, Darlene

to:Junior 5/6 Music

Dear Parents and Students,

It has been a delightful few weeks, reconnecting with your wonderful students!  They are an animated and interested group, contributing questions and ideas enthusiastically!

We have begun our opera unit, with a brief summary of the evolution of opera and the terms that are often found in opera.  We are on to Mozart's Marriage of Figaro beginning this week.  We have also completed a unit on the music of South Africa, having written 'call and response' lyrics and moving on to a little bit of drumming in this coming week.

I will be in the Commons for Back-To-School Night and I hope to see many of you there!

Darlene

Sept. 16, 2012

A Musical Update

from:Harper, Darlene

to:7/8 Z Music

Dear Parents and Students,

I have enjoyed these past few weeks very much, and find this class to be interested, serious and fun!

We have so much to accomplish this semester and began the unit with the study of the evolution of the blues, from the call and response form, leading up to the poetry of Langston Hughes. The students wrote - and sang! - call and response first; then they went on to write an AAB blues lyric and spoke that to a 12-bar blues musical background.  This next week we will be starting Dream of Freedom, a 20th century piece using five poems by Langston Hughes.  It is difficult and beautiful, and I know this class will do it justice.

I will be in the Commons on Back-To-School Night, and I hope to see many of you there!

Darlene

 

Sept. 16, 2012

A Musical Update

from:Harper, Darlene

to:Junior 4/5 Music

Dear Parents and Students,

It has been a delightful few weeks, getting to know your children and trying to make them feel comfortable with a new teacher.  They are a wonderful group, with many questions and a willingness to participate fully in class.

We have already covered a unit on Medieval music through Hildegard von Bingen, and also a unit on the music of South Africa, having written 'call and response' lyrics and moving on to a little bit of drumming next week.

I will be in the Commons on Back-To-School Night, and hope to meet many of you there!

Darlene

 

 

Sept. 16, 2012

A Musical Update

from:Harper, Darlene

to:MS 6/7 Music

Dear Parents and Students,

It has been a fun few weeks, reconnecting with your students, talking about the summer and the year ahead.  They are avid listeners and contributors!

We have started our opera unit again this year.  However, it will be tied into the music of the early 20th century, leading to the blues, with one of the most influential composers of the 20th century - George Gershwin.  The first opera will be Porgy and Bess (with some editing by me, of course!), in which Gershwin was first able to combine 'pop' and 'classical' music into one genre that could be enjoyed by all.  I have the full libretto and the DVD, which will be helpful in giving the students a sense of the time and place in which this opera was written.

I will be in the Commons for Back-To-School Night, and I hope to see many of you there!

Darlene 

Sept. 16, 2012

QRT's and extra credit

from:Van Boldrik, Maggie

to:7/8 Science - Biology

I wanted to clarify a couple of items...

  1. I will give everyone one grace (excused) for a late science notebook assignment  - per semester.  No carryovers.
  2. If you successfully hand in all your science notebook assignments on time, you will receive as extra credit the 5 points grace.  Again, no carryovers to the next semester.
  3. QRT's:  With the biology lab date moving to Fridays, and given the large numbers of Fridays we will have off this year, the Biology course will lose 6 full lab periods relative to previous years.  That's 12 periods!  Four of those lab periods are used when we take tests.  The 7/8 C's have also gained an extra QRT relative to their peers, so Carole has offered that the some of these lost lab periods can occur  during your QRT.  I will give at least one week's notice when this occurs. 

Sept. 15, 2012

Mongo Maps

from:Price, Chuck

to:MS 6/7 A LA/SS/D

I forgot to mention that we will be making the huge map on the parking lot on Wednesday and not Monday. Rain is likely on Monday and we are together later in the day on Wednesday.

Sept. 14, 2012

Weekly Report

from:Abbott, Angela

to:All Students

I am available every morning from 7:40- 8:15 am for student consultation.

All "information" handouts will be available on line shortly. You can read the hard copies kept in your child's History binder.

All units completed their review and discussion of the Democratic National Convention. They then started profining four presidential, two vice-presidential, and the WI senate candidates. We did take some time out of the national scene to discuss the emerging situation in Bengazi, Libya and Cairo, Egypt. and their impact on the presidential election. I reminded the students that they should be more aware of what is going on in the news and would appreciate it if parents would encourage them to do so.

All students were given a talk on plagiarism by Gabrielle during their R&W period. The handouts they recieved are in their history binders in the information section.

The Euro class have completed their examination of the geography of Europe and we are in the process of reviewing their politics packets.

The US units are in the process of learning about Dante, Samuel Johnson and Martin Niehmoller, the authors of three famous quotes they had written about.

From next week, homework that is not complete or done at all will be recorded that way, thereby affecting their quarterly grade. Students are expected to complete all their work.

Have a great w/end :)

Sept. 14, 2012

WEEK 4: (September 17, 19 & 21st) Colors and Vowels (Primary)

from:Avalos-Cano, Yazmin

to:All Students

- lunes Monday: Today my students will sing the colors song.

ROSA
MORADO
ANARANJADO
BLANCO Y
AZUL

NEGRO
ROJO
AMARILLO
VERDE
GRIS
CAFÉ
¡Olé!

 Then the class will review the Spanish vowels: A, E, I, O, U. With the vowels, my students will learn a Spanish song: A, E, I, O, U. El burro sabe más que tú (A, E, I, O, U. The donkey is wiser than you).

- The class will play games in order to learn the colors and the vowels. This game is called, Alrededor del mundo Around the world.


- HOMEWORK – TAREA: Students must study the colors.

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- miércoles - Wednesday --- The class will review the colors by going to quizlet. This is the link if you wish to practice at home:   <a href="http://quizlet.com/13693435/los-colores-flash-cards/">Los colores</a>

Today I will ask for volunteers to write a specific color on the board. This will help us practice our spelling competence.

Also, I will explain my class the importance of following the gender and number when writing or speaking in Spanish. In this case, I will explain this with colors. Look at the examples below.

Example – ejemplo:      

La casa rosa (the pink house)      -------     Las casas rosas (the pink houses)  
El oso negro (the black bear)   -------  Los osos  negros (the black bears)
La uva morada (the purple grape)     -------  Las uvas moradas (the purple grapes)       

- In order to review the colors and the numbers together, the class will play the following games: Around the world – Alrededor del mundo.

- TAREA: Students must complete the assignment called, “1. Los colores.”

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- viernes - Friday --- Today I will introduce the numbers 0-20. My class will play fun games to review the colors and learn the numbers. Some of the games are: Around the World & Write the Number on the board.

 

- HOMEWORK – TAREA: Students must complete the assignment called, “2. Los colores.” 

Sept. 14, 2012

Algebra 2 - Chapter 3

from:Munson, Erica

to:Algebra II

Independent Study – Algebra 2
      Chapter 3
Due  Page Problems
3.1     142  15, 31, 35 – 40, 43, 45, 53, 54
3.2    152 12, 20, 25, 27, 50, 51, 55, 56
3.3 __________ 159 13, 16, 21 – 26, 38, 39, 43, 50, 58

3.4 __________ 166 9 – 19 odd, 23, 25 & 26, 35, 39
   169 look over quiz 2   

3.5 __________ 173 19g, 23g, 27g, 33g, 37g, 39, 43, 47, 49, 51, 63 – 67 odd

3.6 __________ 181 13, 17, 19, 23, 25, 29, 35, 37 & 38, 51, 53
   184 look over Quiz 3

CR __________ 186 3, 7, 11 – 21 odds  

CT __________ 189 3, 7, 11 – 27 odds
Chapter 3 TEST in class


*All rights are reserved to change assignments as needed.
CHALLENGE problems are worth extra points if done correctly.

Sept. 14, 2012

Type to Learn at Home!

from:Administrator

to:All Students

Type to Learn for Free at Home!

This summer EAGLE purchased a new typing program; Type to Learn 4.  This comes with the added benefit of being a free home download and access to students' accounts.  Students can log in with the same info they use at school (their username and the password "type") and the first time you set it up you use the Account Code 144105.  Accounts have been created for Nest - Junior 5/6; if your 6/7 or 7/8 student would like to use this for building their typing skills, please contact Jack.

Please monitor your child's typing and make sure they use proper touch typing technique:  http://www.rapidtyping.com/typing-instructions.html

Download Type to Learn 4 at:  http://ttl4.sunburst.com/downloads/ 

Click on the link in the first paragraph that says "FULL VERSION" and then download the proper version, PC or Mac.

Sept. 12, 2012

The students are responding to my plans to create a quieter environment.

from:Price, Chuck

to:MS 6/7 A LA/SS/D

Today, as well as yesterday, this class was very well behaved and kept a proper lid on the sound level.  Thanks for responding well, young men and ladies.

Sept. 11, 2012

Chp 2 Concept Board Assignments

from:Munson, Erica

to:Geometry

This is due tomorrow, Wednesday, Sept 12th

Choose a vocabulary or concept word, create a drawing, definition, explanation for our chapter 2 concept board.
Sign up for one of the following:
Inductive reasoning _____Zachary____________________________
Conditional Statements _________Anna____________________
Converse ______________Avery_______________________________
Inverse___________________Matthew_____________________________
Contrapositive _____________Ryan__________________________
Biconditional statement _____________Noelle___________________________
Law of Detachment ___________________________________
Law of Syllogism _____________Aili_________________________
Postulates:
Through any two points there exists exactly one line ___________Cailin_____________________________
Segment Addition Postulate __________________Zeke____________________________________
Angle Addition Postulate ___________________Camryn_________________________________________
If two points lie in a plane, then the line containing them lies in the plane ______________Laurel___________________________________
If two planes intersect then their intersection is a line_______________Greta_______________________

Sept. 11, 2012

Chp 1 & 2 Assignment sheet Algebra

from:Munson, Erica

to:Algebra - Erica

Algebra 1 assignment sheet – Chapters 1 and 2
Please correct all odd numbered problems in the back of the book before class.


Date Due

______   1.1 --  29-30, 32-35, 39

        1.2--  20-21, 29, 41, 43, 55, 62, 65

        1.3--  1, 29-34, 38-40, 41, 52

        1.4--  24-25, 48-49, 56-59, 61

______   1.5 – 27-48 mult of three, 49-61

______   1.6 – 3, 8-11, 18

       1.7 – 1-9, 26-29, 37-43, 51

______    Ch. Review*** – 1-27 odds, 28-29

______    2.1 – 10-17, 48-57

         2.4—9-24 mult of three, 32

______    2.5 – 46-49, 56

         2.6 --  27-48 mult. of three, 81, 82

______   2.6 – 54, 57, 60, 64-72

         2.7 --  36-45 mult. of 3, 48-51, 56-60, 68-71

______     2.8– 9-21 mult of 3, 26-30, 35-38


______  Chapter Review*** – 1-52 odds

Assignments may be changed in class as needed by the teac

Sept. 11, 2012

Let's be more quiet, please.

from:Price, Chuck

to:MS 6/7 B LA/SS/D

Yesterday the students were doing a nice job of making maps in groups of three, but the volume in the class exceeded 110 decibels for more than fifteen minutes. Please ask your child what s/he is going to do in order to make sure that the noise is tamed.
 

Sept. 11, 2012

Let's be more quiet, please.

from:Price, Chuck

to:MS 6/7 A LA/SS/D

Yesterday the students were doing a nice job of making maps in groups of three, but the volume in the class exceeded 110 decibels for more than fifteen minutes. Please ask your child what s/he is going to do in order to make sure that the noise is tamed.