Welcome EAGLE School of Madison

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.

Sept. 10, 2012

Geometry Chapter 2 Assignments

from:Munson, Erica

to:Geometry

Geometry Chapter 2
      Chapter
Due  Page Problems
2.1   75 3, 5, 15, 19, 24, 29, 30, 31, 34, 37, 38
2.2 __________ 82 4, 7, 10, 11 – 14, 17 – 19, 21 – 23, 26, 29, 38, 39

2.3 __________ 90 6, 7, 10, 13, 15, 20 – 22, 29, 33, 38
Quiz 1   93 all     QUIZ 1 in class

2.4 __________ 99 1 – 11 odd,  14 – 23, 27, 29, 34, 40, 42, 48, 51, 56

2.3   95 all
2.5 __________ 108 4, 5, 9, 20 – 22, 25, 27, 28, 33, 38, 42, Quiz 6 & 7
         QUIZ 2 in class

2.6 __________ 116 5 – 10, 16 – 18, 22 – 26 even, 29, 30
      
2.7 __________ 127 5, 8, 13, 16, 18 – 24, 27, 28, 30, 36, 37, 41, 42

CR __________ 134 Odds
        
CT __________ 138 All

         Chapter  TEST in class


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

Sept. 09, 2012

Something to Think About

from:Plastrik, Gabrielle

to:7/8 English - European

Dear 7/8 Cs,

I know that it is early in the year, but I just wanted to let you know that you are doing a wonderful job of reading, both in terms of actually doing  your reading and in terms of stretching yourselves and trying to find books from which you will gain both enjoyment and learning opportunities. 

I also know that many of you are, in some ways, social readers and would like to be able to share your reflections on your books and recommendations with other members of the class.  I want to help facilitate that sharing.  So far, I have come up with a couple ways of doing that.  I would like your opinions.  1) Web sites like Shelfari allow you to keep track of what you have read and share it with other readers of your choosing.  Last year we kept a group Shelfari account, but I am thinking that if we did this, you might prefer to have your own accounts.  2) We can set aside 5-10 minutes each week to do this orally when we're all together.  3) We can have a poster or some bulletin board space in the room where we can post recommendations.

 

We'll discuss on Monday. 

 

P.S.  Yes, this is also a check to see how many of you are using Thinkwave.

Sept. 07, 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.

Both US classes worked on reaquainting themselves with global geography!! We are now beginning an overview of geographic terminology.

The Euros are working on the geography of Europe.

All three units have started researching a politics packet. Their homework during the week was to tune into the Democratic National Convention each of the three nights it was on and take notes. We have begun to discuss themes and content of some speeches and will complete the discussion on Monday. A heads up for October, I will be asking all students to listen to the Presidential and Vice-Presidential debates. Prior to the debates students will have researched some of the major issues. More to follow!

Have a great w/end :)

Sept. 07, 2012

Jr. 4/5 Science

from:Nystrand, Nancy

to:All Students

The Jr. 4/5 As and Bs have started the new year with a unit on plants with a special emphasis on trees.  The students began the unit with a short quiz called, "Is It a Plant?" to help uncover preconceptions that they have about plants.  Both groups discussed the results of this quiz and clarified some previously held ideas about plants.  The students also discussed and took notes on characteristics shared by most plants.  On Friday, 8/31, the students brought a variety of plant materials to the classroom to share, discuss, and examine with microscopes.  Both groups also watched the video, "Eyewitness: Plant" as an overview about plants.  During discussions, it became apparent that the students needed to review some basic material about ecology before going into too much more depth with plants, specifically.  Because the topic of plants is so broad, we will be narrowing our focus to trees: what makes a tree a tree, characteristics and basic parts that trees have in common with many other plants, and the identification of some local trees.  

Sept. 07, 2012

Student Council Elections

from:Beckett, Marcia

to:All Students

Student Council elections will take place during homeroom next Friday, Sept. 14.  Student Council is open to students in grades 4/5-7/8.  We plan dances, dress-up days, School Store, the Talent Show, the food drive, Trick or Treat for UNICEF and other fun activities.  If you have any questions, ask Marcia Beckett

Sept. 07, 2012

Our art has a lot of "POP!"

from:Beckett, Marcia

to:Nest - 5/6 Art

"In the future everyone will be famous for 15 minutes,"  Andy Warhol

The Upper Primaries are studying Andy Warhol, so I thought I would share this quote with you. Here are updates from the art room.

Nest:  We read the book The Dot, which is a charming story about a little girl who finds her artistic voice by creating dot paintings.  The children started a dot picture by cutting out large dots (circles) from colored construction paper.  Then, dots were added with paint dabbers and markers.  These have been added to Artsonia.com and soon you will receive instructions about how to log in.

Primary:  A slideshow was shown about Stuart Davis' artwork and we discussed how artists could use letters and words in their pictures.  The children are making delightful pictures by arranging letters into a design.  Markers are being used to add color.

Upper Primary:  As I mentioned earlier, the Upper Primaries are learning about Andy Warhol and Pop Art.  They used mirrors to draw a self-portrait.  The self-portraits were photocopied several times and each were colored in bold and expressive colors.  To learn about Warhol, the students saw pictures of his work and next week we are going to read a book and watch a short video about him.

Intermediates:  The Intermediates have spent the past week mixing colors of paint and discovering new colors.  They divided a background into squares and rectangles and used their paint to color the sections.  Next week, we will be drawing a self-portrait to place on top of the background.

3/4s: We have finished our grid sketchbook covers.  The 3/4Bs have unfortunately missed two art periods, due to the class being on a Monday, so they will catch up to the other class next week.  We are now going to be 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:  We read about Leonardo DaVinci and his drawings of inventions.  The students are now using their imaginations to create their own invention.  They are coming up with all sorts of wild ideas.

5/6s:  The students have been taking their time to create some lovely name designs using objects for the letters.   We are now moving on to a design project.  They learned about two graphic artists:  Bradbury Thompson and Peter Max.  Working in partners or independently, students are making community posters for the school.  Some of the themes include building good character and celebrating the 30th anniversary of our school. 

 

 

 

 

Sept. 06, 2012

Geometry On-Line Textbook?

from:Munson, Erica

to:Geometry

Give this a try and let me know if it works:

You can access your on-line Geometry book by going to classzone.com and setting up an account.

Remember that Geometry is a high school course when you are looking for your book. We have the 2011 Larson edition.

The activation code that you will be asked to give is:  6014641-20

Geometry on-line textbook: 

http://www.classzone.com/cz/books/geometry_2011_na/book_home.htm?state=WI

Sept. 05, 2012

Reminder! Wear appropriate shoes and clothing, please.

from:Van Boldrik, Maggie

to:All Students

The Intermediate and 3/4 science units spend a great deal of time outdoors in tall grasses and woods.  Several students have come to class on field days wearing flip-flops, open-toed, or 'fancy' shoes.  These have proved problematic in the last few days.  If your child is sensitive to grasses, or just doesn't like grass scratching their bare legs, please also remember to wear long slacks.  As the season progresses, plants with sticky seeds will be attaching themselves to clothing.  Jeans or smooth materials are better than fleece or tights, because they don't collect as many seeds. 

The 7/8 Biology students will go outside as well, though not as often as the younger students.  However, the recommendation applies to them as well. 

Sept. 04, 2012

Our first unit

from:Price, Chuck

to:All Students

Our first unit will be about ultimate frisbee.

Sept. 04, 2012

Mr. Price teaches with equality, but not with uniformity.

from:Price, Chuck

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

Please ask your child about this phrase and how it applies to our school year.
 

Sept. 04, 2012

Mr. Price teaches with equality, but not with uniformity.

from:Price, Chuck

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

Please ask your child about this phrase and how it applies to our school year.

Sept. 04, 2012

Week Seven

from:Gallo, Matt

to:All Students

 

   This will be a busy week but, managed properly, it should not be overwhelming.

   Students in the A class will have a bit more homework than their counterparts in the Bees but they can handle it.

   There is no Wordly Wise homework this week but there will be spelling words. This week's spelling assignment is also a current events task. Matt has explained it in class, several times and will do so again on Monday, so pay attention.

   Friday's writing assignment is a fairly important one, as well. It's the first of the three Yahara River Writing Contest submission. Students will write a short story, with a maximum of 850 words, about any thing that they choose. Again, Matt has explained this in class but sometimes he isn't certain that everyone is paying attention.

   Stay up-to-date and organize, organize, organize.

 

Sept. 03, 2012

Musical News

from:Harper, Darlene

to:7/8 Y Music

Dear Parents and Students,

Welcome back to a new year of music and fun!  Both music classes are BIG, however, they are two wonderful groups of students and I think we can make it work - the more voices, the merrier!

We are jumping right in to working on music for the election TGIF, as well as a 20th century work based on five of Langston Hughes' poems.  Quite difficult - I would not try this with any other group!

I am looking forward to creating new music and new experiences with these students in the coming year.

Darlene

Sept. 03, 2012

Musical News

from:Harper, Darlene

to:Junior 5/6 Music

Dear Parents and Students,

A big Welcome Back to the 5/6 class!  We are singing already!  

This year we will study opera, and it is always a lot of fun for those unexpecting students who think that opera is 'BORING'!  Not so!

I really look forward to working with this delightful, talented group again this year.

Darlene

 

Sept. 03, 2012

Musical News

from:Harper, Darlene

to:7/8 Z Music

Dear Parents and Students,

Welcome back to a new year of music and fun!  Both music classes are BIG, however, they are two wonderful groups of students and I think we can make it work - the more voices, the merrier!

We are jumping right in to working on music for the election TGIF, as well as a 20th century work based on five of Langston Hughes' poems.  Quite difficult - I would not try this with any other group!

I am looking forward to creating new music and new experiences with these students in the coming year.

Darlene

Sept. 03, 2012

Musical News

from:Harper, Darlene

to:Junior 4/5 Music

Dear Parents and Students,

Just a brief word to let you know that I enjoyed meeting my new 4/5s last week!  Your children have had Ken for a few years now, and it will take a while for them to get used to a new teaching style.

They were all very sweet and attentive, and I look forward to working with them!

Darlene

 

Sept. 03, 2012

Musical News

from:Harper, Darlene

to:MS 6/7 Music

Dear Parents and Students,

Welcome back to the new school year!  We are in full swing already, learning new music for this election year.

We will be continuing our opera unit, as this class particularly enjoyed our studies last year. We will be focusing on 20th century opera, beginning with the very powerful Porgy and Bess.

I look forward to another year of great experiences with this group!

Darlene

Sept. 02, 2012

First Week of Art

from:Beckett, Marcia

to:Nest - 5/6 Art

During the first week of art, we became acquainted with the art room and the procedures of art class.  Each of the classes start working on the covers for their sketchbooks.  We are using individual sheets of prepunched cardstock (donated by the UW medical records center) and will bind them with rings later in the year.

Nest:  We read the book The Art Box which is about all the many types of supplies you might find in the art room.  Then, they chose a color and created a color collage from magazine images. 

Primary:  Each student made an image of the first initial of their name by cutting out colors from magazines and assembling them to form their initial.  In the background, they made texture rubbings with crayons and added watercolor paint for an extra burst of color.

Upper Primary:  The UPs made circle prints by dipping cylindrical objects in paint and dabbing them on paper.  When dry, the circles were colored with markers.

Intermediate:  They created a name design for their sketchbook cover and they started their first big art project.  On Friday, we read the book Luke's Way of Looking about a child who sees the world in his own way.  They experimented mixing colors of paint and created a background for a self-portrait.

3/4:  The 3/4s are using a grid layout to make a design for their sketchbook cover.

4/5:  The students each made a sketchbook cover by drawing their name very large and filling in spaces with bold patterns.

5/6:  The 5/6s are also making a name design for their sketchbook, but they are using objects to draw the letters of their name.  For example, they could use a crescent moon for the letter "C"  or a donut for the letter "O".  This project is really stretching their creativity.

Aug. 31, 2012

Weekly report

from:Abbott, Angela

to:7/8 A History - US / English

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.

It has been a delight to meet the new 7/8 students, and welcome back the returning students. They have a challenging and rewarding year ahead.

This week I talked about how my classroom is organized and how I operate. They have been thrown into the study of Political Science this week by monitoring the Republican Party's convention in Tampa. Next week it is the Democratic party's turn. For the next two months students will be profiling candidates for the Presidency, Congress and Governorships. They will also be examining the major issues being discussed in this election cycle. The result will be a lot of "informed " debate :)

Have a great Labour day w/end :)

Aug. 31, 2012

Weekly report

from:Abbott, Angela

to:7/8 History - European

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.

It has been a delight to meet the new 7/8 students, and welcome back the returning students. They have a challenging and rewarding year ahead.

This week I talked about how my classroom is organized and how I operate. They have been thrown into the study of Political Science this week by monitoring the Republican Party's convention in Tampa. Next week it is the Democratic party's turn. For the next two months students will be profiling candidates for the Presidency, Congress and Governorships. They will also be examining the major issues being discussed in this election cycle. The result will be a lot of "informed " debate :)

Have a great Labour day w/end :)

Aug. 31, 2012

Weekly report

from:Abbott, Angela

to:7/8 B History - US / English

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.

It has been a delight to meet the new 7/8 students, and welcome back the returning students. They have a challenging and rewarding year ahead.

This week I talked about how my classroom is organized and how I operate. They have been thrown into the study of Political Science this week by monitoring the Republican Party's convention in Tampa. Next week it is the Democratic party's turn. For the next two months students will be profiling candidates for the Presidency, Congress and Governorships. They will also be examining the major issues being discussed in this election cycle. The result will be a lot of "informed " debate :)

Have a great Labour day w/end :)

Aug. 31, 2012

Wisconsin's Subscription Online Databases

from:Bunn, Ellen

to:All Students

Encyclopedia Britannica

www.scls.info

Connect to LINKcat

Click on Databases

Scroll down to Information for Students and
Teachers

Scroll down to Encyclopedia Britannica

Choose which edition

Enter you Public Library Card No.

Scroll down and select your branch library

Aug. 31, 2012

Chapter 1 Assignments - Geometry

from:Munson, Erica

to:Geometry

Geometry Chapter 1 Assignments
Write all vocabulary, postulates and theorems in your Geometry Journal as well as all problems marked with an *.  E = evens, mult of 3 = do multiples of 3, otherwise do all.

Due Page Problems

1.1   ______ 6 14, 16 – 25, 31, 32, 36 – 39, 43, 47, 52, 53, 54

1.2   ______    12 16 – 22E, 26, 30, 31, 36, 38, 42, 43 – 45
1.3   ______ 19  4, 9 – 36 mult of 3, 42, 43, 46, 54, 56 – 64 E

Quiz 1 22 all

1.4    ______ 28  4 – 16 E, 17, 22 – 50 E, 56 – 62 E, 63

Class  ______ 33 all

1.5    ______ 38 4 – 12 E, 23 – 25, 28 – 34E, 35 – 38, 43 – 48, 54 – 62 E
Quiz  all

1.6    ______ 44  4, 8, 14, 17 – 22, 24 – 30 E, 31, 37 – 42, 44 -52 even

ACT   ______ 48 all

1.7   ______ 52 5, 8 – 11, 15, 18,  20 – 28 E, 32 – 34, 37- 39, 42, 45, 47, 50, 52
Quiz   56 all

CR   ______  odds

CT   ______  all

Aug. 30, 2012

First week of Spanish class

from:Avalos-Cano, Yazmin

to:All Students

This entire week is about setting up the Spanish binders (helping the Nest and Primary students), knowing the class expectations and rules, practicing the important phrases in Spanish - Frases Importantes, getting to know our new classmates and teacher.

** My weekly updates (for the following week) will be posted every Friday moning/evening. **

 

:) 

Aug. 30, 2012

First Book Assignment

from:Munson, Erica

to:Algebra - Erica

1.1 - 29, 30, 32 - 35, 39

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

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

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

These problems are due Friday, Aug 31st

Aug. 29, 2012

Welcome to Jr. 4/5 Science!

from:Nystrand, Nancy

to:All Students

     Welcome to Jr. 4/5 Science!  We have now had our first day of classes, and I greatly enjoyed meeting everyone.  I am looking forward to many exciting activities and discussions with both groups.  

     We will have three major units this year:  Plants (with a special emphasis on trees); Force, Motion, and Simple Machines; and Evolution, Cells, and Heredity.  The plant unit will include an introduction to basic plant structures and their functions, the importance of plants - especially trees, and a leaf collection.  During the next unit, the students will be introduced to the concepts of force as a push or a pull, and work in the scientific sense. They will also construct models of each of the six simple machines, then disect appliances to find the simple machines inside them.  The last major unit is an introduction to evolution, cells, and heredity.  If there is time left in the year, we will try to use it for experiments.  

     I am looking forward to an exciting year with the Jr. 4/5s! 

Aug. 29, 2012

An overview of the year

from:Price, Chuck

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

September, 2012
 


Six Seven LA/SS/Drama Curriculum Overview

                    
   This page will provide a brief overview of our curriculum for the year and the key skills and ideas which I hope the students will learn by May.      
    As much as possible, I attempt to blend the curriculum of language arts into social studies.  As can be seen below, many of the novels that we will be reading focus on certain historical periods and issues.                     
    

 

Books which will be read this year:
Latin America
World Explorer- Latin America
The Secret of The Andes
Botchan
Heart of a Jaguar
I, Juan de Pareja
Learning to Bow
Collection of Latin American prose and poetry
Where Angels Glide at Dawn
The Honorable Prison
Short stories from Junior Great Books
The Underdogs
Little Sister
You Gotta Have Wa
Red Scarf Girl
Wordly Wise 3000 Book 10
Japan
Tao of Pooh, Te of Piglet
Kazunomiya, Princess of Heaven

 


-Homework is always due the next day, unless noted on the white board in the classroom.  The thinkwave.com website is another resource in case of questions.
-Late assignments will not be accepted for credit, however these assignments must be completed.
-Assignments must be neat and legible.
-Students are expected to keep all returned work in their accordion file in the organizational pattern established by the teacher.
-Two missed homework assignments in one week causes loss of TGIF privileges.

 

Our Schedule:
  September: Latin America’s geography
October: Pre-Columbian    Cultures,
November-Galleons Simulation, Explorers, Start on Yahara entries and NHD
December- Hegemony, Independence
January- Social stratification in the 19th century
February- Modern day challenges in Latin America, NHD, stage plays
March- Life in Japan’s schools
April- Other aspects of modern Japan/Warlords of Japan   simulation.
May- Japan’s history/twentieth century China

 


An oral book report will occur monthly.  These are based on the books which the students read in their free time


Language Arts:
-write a variety of poems and stories.                                           -effectively analyze how authors create stories in terms of plot, character, setting and style.          -master writing a cohesive five paragraph essay.
-learn vocabulary and spelling.
Social Studies                               -recognize how historical forces have shaped modern-day countries and cultures.                       -Recognize that countries around the world face similar challenges in development and social issues   -gain familiarity with many kinds of maps and projections.                   -develop an ability to think critically and originally in the study of history.
-maintain a keen and focused eye on current events.

Drama
-gain confidence in public speaking (monthly oral book             reports)
-be able to perform confidently in front of a large crowd
-develop skills in formal debates
-write dramatic scripts, both individually and in groups
Website Address:
http://www.eagleschool.org/cprice/sixseven/67.htm
http://www.thinkwave.com
E-mail address: cprice@eagleschool.org

Aug. 29, 2012

An overview of the year

from:Price, Chuck

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

September, 2012
 


Six Seven LA/SS/Drama Curriculum Overview

                    
   This page will provide a brief overview of our curriculum for the year and the key skills and ideas which I hope the students will learn by May.      
    As much as possible, I attempt to blend the curriculum of language arts into social studies.  As can be seen below, many of the novels that we will be reading focus on certain historical periods and issues.                     
    

 

Books which will be read this year:
Latin America
World Explorer- Latin America
The Secret of The Andes
Botchan
Heart of a Jaguar
I, Juan de Pareja
Learning to Bow
Collection of Latin American prose and poetry
Where Angels Glide at Dawn
The Honorable Prison
Short stories from Junior Great Books
The Underdogs
Little Sister
You Gotta Have Wa
Red Scarf Girl
Wordly Wise 3000 Book 10
Japan
Tao of Pooh, Te of Piglet
Kazunomiya, Princess of Heaven

 


-Homework is always due the next day, unless noted on the white board in the classroom.  The thinkwave.com website is another resource in case of questions.
-Late assignments will not be accepted for credit, however these assignments must be completed.
-Assignments must be neat and legible.
-Students are expected to keep all returned work in their accordion file in the organizational pattern established by the teacher.
-Two missed homework assignments in one week causes loss of TGIF privileges.

 

Our Schedule:
  September: Latin America’s geography
October: Pre-Columbian    Cultures,
November-Galleons Simulation, Explorers, Start on Yahara entries and NHD
December- Hegemony, Independence
January- Social stratification in the 19th century
February- Modern day challenges in Latin America, NHD, stage plays
March- Life in Japan’s schools
April- Other aspects of modern Japan/Warlords of Japan   simulation.
May- Japan’s history/twentieth century China

 


An oral book report will occur monthly.  These are based on the books which the students read in their free time


Language Arts:
-write a variety of poems and stories.                                           -effectively analyze how authors create stories in terms of plot, character, setting and style.          -master writing a cohesive five paragraph essay.
-learn vocabulary and spelling.
Social Studies                               -recognize how historical forces have shaped modern-day countries and cultures.                       -Recognize that countries around the world face similar challenges in development and social issues   -gain familiarity with many kinds of maps and projections.                   -develop an ability to think critically and originally in the study of history.
-maintain a keen and focused eye on current events.

Drama
-gain confidence in public speaking (monthly oral book             reports)
-be able to perform confidently in front of a large crowd
-develop skills in formal debates
-write dramatic scripts, both individually and in groups
Website Address:
http://www.eagleschool.org/cprice/sixseven/67.htm
http://www.thinkwave.com
E-mail address: cprice@eagleschool.org

Aug. 29, 2012

Fall Sports Sign Up

from:Administrator

to:All Students

***A copy of this with the necessary forms is attached to this blog post***

Fall Sports Sign-Up

 


Hello!  We will have three offerings this Fall (September and October) for EAGLE Students.  We will offer volleyball for 7th and 8th graders, and two sections of basketball skills camps, one for Primary – 4/5 units, and one for Junior 5/6 – 7/8 units.

Questions?  email jack@eagleschool.org

Volleyball:
When:  Tuesdays and Thursdays.  Practices begin Tuesday September 4th.  When we practice we meet from 330-430pm at EAGLE.  Matches will be on Thursdays beginning Sept. 27.  An end-of-season tournament will be at LaFollette High School on Saturday, October 20th.  Plan ahead!
Where:  EAGLE Gym and West side middle schools
Who:  Open to 7th and 8th graders.  Coached by Jack Maloney
How much:  $45

Younger Basketball Skills Camp:
When: Mondays, beginning Sept. 10 and ending Oct. 29, 330 – 430 pm
Where:  EAGLE Gym
Who:  Open to Primary – 4/5.  Instructed by Jack Maloney, EAGLE Coach and Coach with Wisconsin Hoops Select basketball club.
How much:  $45

Older Basketball Skills Camp:
When:  Wednesdays, beginning Sept. 5 and ending Oct. 24
Where:  EAGLE Gym
Who:  Open to 5/6 – 7/8.  Instructed by Jack Maloney, EAGLE Coach and Coach with Wisconsin Hoops Select basketball club.
How much:  $45