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Middle School - 7th Grade Page

March 19th, 2019

ELA 7: Finish back side of worksheet for "The Pedestrian"

ELA 7 (AIS): None

SS 7: None
SS 7 (AIS): Read and Annotate Federalists v. Anti-Federalists and complete Check for Understanding

Science 7: Finish Activity 10.1 Questions
Science 7 (AIS): None

MATH 7: Notes Questions #1-9 (Lesson 6, Page 2)

MATH 7 (AIS): Week 21 due tomorrow

ACC. MATH 7: None

SPANISH 7: No hay tarea 

Home and Careers Skills: None


Learning Style

Multiple Intelligences


Frequently Asked Questions

What "color" group is my student in?
Here's a way to check. What period does your student have science class?
Period 2 = Green Group
Period 3 or 4 = Yellow Group
Period 6 = Purple Group
Period 7 = Blue Group

How do I see my student's grades?
In order to sign in and see grades we must have your email address entered into our computer system. Once your email address is entered you will receive an email with instructions for how to log in. If you are unable to log in please call the middle school office so Donna Pasho can help you access grades.  There is currently no method for students to check their own grades, so please share your login information with your student if you want them to check grades on their own. The system administrators know that this is a priority and we hope to give students direct access in the near future!

How does block scheduling work?
7th graders all have the same 'core' subjects during periods 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 & 7. Core classes include math, science, ELA, social studies, spanish and enrichment class. Occassionally we switch the schedule during these periods of the day to best accomplish our educational goals. When we 'block' for two days in a row it means students will have 80-minute periods each day instead of the standard 40-minute periods. THIS ONLY AFFECTS CORE CLASSES. A typical blocking schedule sends students to their 2nd, 4th and 6th period classes on the first day and to their 1st, 3rd and 7th period classes on the second day. An easy way to remember this is that we have 'even' days and 'odd' days. It is important to remember that students will still have a normal schedule for periods 8, 9 and 10 on those days.


Summer Reading Assignment for Incoming 7th and 8th Graders
Prior to leaving for the summer, the students were assigned a summer reading project that will be due next year when we return to school.  The goals of the assignment are to keep the students reading during the summer and get them to realize reading can be enjoyable.  The students are required to read two books.  They may choose any books that interest them as long as they are appropriate to their age and reading level.  To prove they read the two books, they are required to answer four general questions about each text.  The questions were handed out to the students during moving up day and can be found on the attachment on the MS website.  The written work will be due a week after school starts.  

Summer Reading Handout (You will need two copies, one for each book.)