Thursday, March 23, 2017

THURSDAY, MARCH 23

Homework

Language Arts-

* Reading Journal     DUE Thurs. 3/30
                  3 examples of figurative language: metaphor, simile, hyperbole,                                                                                                       onomatopoeia
* Webquest     DUE Fri. 3/24

MATH-
* Maths Mate (3,7)     DUE Mon. 3/27

* Decimal packet (#2)     DUE Fri. 3/24

SCI. - 
* Check for missing assignments on PowerSchool

S.S. -

* Thinkcerca.com     DUE Fri. 3/24

* Greece mapping activity     DUE Fri. 3/24

* Timeline, if not finished in class     DUE Fri. 3/24


REMINDERS:

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22

Homework

Language Arts-

* Reading Journal     DUE Thurs. 3/23
                  3 examples of figurative language: metaphor, simile, hyperbole,                                                                                                       onomatopoeia
MATH-
* Maths Mate (3,7)     DUE Mon. 3/27

* Decimal packet (#2)     DUE Thurs. 3/23

SCI. - 
* Check for missing assignments on PowerSchool

S.S. -

* Thinkcerca.com     DUE Fri. 3/24

* Greece mapping activity     DUE Fri. 3/24

* 6.1 and 6.2 reading and worksheet     DUE Thurs. 3/23

REMINDERS:


Monday, March 20, 2017

MONDAY, MARCH 20

FYI: John Halligan assembly date has changed to Tues. 3/21 at       (see more info. below )                                         1:30 p.m.      

Homework

Language Arts-

* Reading Journal     DUE Thurs. 3/23
                  3 examples of figurative language: metaphor, simile, hyperbole,                                                                                                       onomatopoeia
MATH-
* Maths Mate (3,7)     DUE Mon. 3/27

SCI. - 
* None

S.S. -

 * Thinkcerca.com     DUE Fri. 3/24

* Junior Scholastic     DUE Fri. 3/17  TUES 3/21

* 6.1 and 6.2 reading and worksheet     DUE Thurs. 3/23

REMINDERS:

PLEASE READ - John Halligan Presentation Moved

John Halligan Presentation for students in grades 6th-8th

As you know, SATEC has implemented a comprehensive bullying prevention program. We are
committed to taking serious, proactive steps to curb a problem that is found in schools everywhere.
Mr. John Halligan will be presenting the story surrounding his son’s suicide to our 6th-8th graders on Tuesday, March 21st at 1:30pm (This date has been changed from the original letter that stated he would be here on 3/22).

Mr. Halligan will tell the story of Ryan and the factors that led up to his son’s suicide. The students will gain a perspective from inside a family of a child who is a victim of bullying and cyber-bullying. They will also gain awareness about the signs and risk of teenage suicide and how to best to help a friend. As part of Mr. Halligan’s presentation, students will have the chance to ask him questions. We encourage you to visit a website named for his son: www.RyansStory.org for more information.

Because of the sensitive nature of the topic, we wanted to inform you about it in advance. We
encourage you to ask your child about the presentation and discuss it together. If for any reason, you
would prefer that your child not attend this presentation, please send a written note to your child’s homeroom teacher by 8:30am on Tuesday, March 21st.

Friday, March 17, 2017

FRIDAY, MARCH 17

Homework

Language Arts-

* Reading Journal     DUE Thurs. 3/23
                  3 examples of figurative language: metaphor, simile, hyperbole,                                                                                                       onomatopoeia
MATH-
* Maths Mate (3,6)     DUE Mon. 3/20

SCI. - 
* Newton's 2nd Law practice problems, if not finished in class  DUE Mon. 3/20

S.S. -

 * Thinkcerca.com     DUE (not this week 3/17)

* Junior Scholastic     DUE Fri. 3/17  TUES 3/21

* Graphic organizer- The Greeks: Crucible of Civilization- PBS Documentary, if
      not finish 15 interesting facts in class    DUE Mon. 3/20



REMINDERS:



Monday, March 13, 2017

MONDAY, MARCH 13

Homework

Language Arts-

* Reading Journal     DUE Thurs. 3/16
                  3 examples of figurative language: metaphor, simile, hyperbole,                                                                                                       onomatopoeia
* Spelling City assignments     DUE Tues. 3/14- before quizzes

MATH-
* Nested Parentheses sheet     DUE Tues. 3/14

* Maths Mate (3,6)     DUE Mon. 3/20

SCI. - 
* Science in the News     DUE Fri. 3/17

S.S. -

 * Thinkcerca.com     DUE Fri. 3/17

* Junior Scholastic     DUE Fri. 3/17


REMINDERS:


Friday, March 10, 2017

FRIDAY, MARCH 10

Homework

Language Arts-

* Reading Journal     DUE Thurs. 3/16
                  3 examples of figurative language: metaphor, simile, hyperbole,                                                                                                       onomatopoeia
* Spelling City assignments     DUE Tues. 3/14- before quizzes

MATH-
* Using Order of Operations sheet     DUE Mon. 3/13

* Maths Mate (3,5)     DUE Mon. 3/13

SCI. - 
* Inertia packet, if not finished in class     DUE Mon. 3/13

S.S. -

 * Thinkcerca.com     DUE none this week

* Government & the Economy worksheet, if not done in class  DUE Mon.3/13


REMINDERS:

Thursday, March 9, 2017

THURSDAY, MARCH 9

Homework

Language Arts-

* Reading Journal     DUE Fri. 3/10
                  3 examples of figurative language: metaphor, simile, hyperbole,                                                                                                       onomatopoeia
* Word Webs, if not finished in class     DUE Fri. 3/10

MATH-
* PEMDAS packet, finish     DUE Fri. 3/10

* Maths Mate (3,5)     DUE Mon. 3/13

SCI. - 
* My Own Science- Part 3     DUE Fri. 3/10

S.S. -

 * Thinkcerca.com     DUE none this week

* The Market Economy worksheet, if not finished in class     DUE Fri. 3/10

REMINDERS: