Monday, October 24, 2016


Classwork: Students completed their inquiry experiments. For students who didn't have a turn, we will have one more class period tomorrow to gather data. Classes will have computers Wed, Fri, Mon-Tue for typing.

Homework: Final labs are due November 2 by 12 midnight.

Math 8 - Stone

Today we completed all of Investigation 1.  There will not be a quiz at the end of this investigation. We practiced using various strategies to find the area of several different irregular shapes. When finding the area, we practiced breaking the shape apart into triangles and squares. This can be a bit challenging.


Dixon LRC

Parent signature on Weekly Schedule

Ramin - ELA

Students continued working on their Symbolism projects for The Giver. All information for this project is posted to Google Classroom.

Read for an average of 30 minutes a day, 5 days a week to achieve your AR goal.

Important Dates
W 10/26: The Giver Projects Due 
W 11/2: AR Points Due



Classwork: Continued investigating Translations.

Homework: Translation Handout

Coming Soon! Translation quiz tomorrow, Rotation quiz Monday & Transformation Unit Test Friday, November 4. 

Spanish 2

Students were given time to research the Spanish-speaking city that they are using in their presentations. They also started working on their scripts. The presentations are due Friday and will be presented in front of the class.

Homework: Present Tense vs. Present Progressive Chart

Present Progressive Quiz: Wednesday, October 26 

Canvasser 10.24.16 Monday

Happy Monday!

RR ELA- Reading logs are due today, if you did not turn one in you may do so tomorrow for late points! Your new reading log will be on due on Monday ( 10.31.16) students should be reading for a minimum of 30 minutes for five days a week. Students must also complete the short reader's response section, along with having a parent signature for all five days!

RR Math- Blue group can finish workbook pages ( week 3, day 4) the signed homework packet and multiplication  sheet are due Tuesday ( 10.25.16). The math test will also be on Tuesday ( 10.25.16) your workbook pages, notes, and homework packet are great study tools!

*Bring your AR books to class and home daily!*

Individuals and Societies-Lyskawa

-Students worked on answering the following in class today.  Whatever is not finished, is homework.
-Use pp 94-97 to define the following: The Great Awakening, the Enlightenment, French Indian War.
-Explain important people and/or events for each.
-Tell how each led to the American Revolution (did they change the way people thought, how?  Did they bring people together, how?).
-Each definition/explanation should be about a paragraph long.