TEAM 6 BLUE NEWSLETTER 1/22 – 1/29

Team 6 Blue Newsletter

1-22-18 – 1-26-18 Parent-Teacher Communication

Upcoming Events

If your student eligible for the third six weeks all school incentive celebration, a blue permission slip was sent home with your student on 1-19-18. All permission slips and money need to be turned in by 12:00 (noon) on the 22nd.Science Fair project is due the 9th if your student chooses to be apart of the

school-wide science fair.

Science Test on Monday.

Social Studies Test on

The weekly Agenda is a projection of what will be accomplished in every class but could be subject to change depending on the needs of the students.

Language Arts – Mrs. Centeno Vega

Monday: Discussion on “My Colony” Project and beginning of research.

HW: Submit Re-take on Unit 2 Essay and continue working on your project.

Tuesday: Writing Prompt: How to Write a Letter – due Friday, January 26th.

HW: Finish any classwork and type your Letter.

Wednesday: Parts of Speech: Nouns, Pronouns worksheets

HW: Finish Classwork (worksheets) and continue “My Colony” Project

Thursday: Continue Parts of Speech worksheets.

HW: Finish Classwork (worksheets) and continue “My Colony” Project

Friday: Submit Writing Prompt (Letter) in Schoology and Continue Research project HW: Finish Classwork and continue “My Colony” Project

Re-takes on Unit 2 Essays are due Monday, January 22nd, students will submitting them in Schoology.

Project: “My Colony” will be due Monday, February 12th.

Morning tutoring this week will be offered on, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Also, please verify that your student has 4 sharpened pencils in their binder.

Please ask your student to show you their work, and any work not completed in class will be expected to be completed at home that night.

Language Arts – Mrs. James

MONDAY: Read “All Summer in a Day”, discuss.

TUESDAY: Continue story, review setting, inference, and cause/effect.

WEDNESDAY: Continue story discussion, and answer questions from book.

THURSDAY: Review how to write a letter. Begin assessment for “All Summer in a Day”, write a letter describing the girls home on Venus.

FRIDAY: Continue letter writing assessment.

Daily: Journal (due Friday), Vocab/Spell Words: apparatus, resilient, slacken, immense, savor, tumultuously(test Friday)

Homework: Assignments not completed during class will be homework and must be completed by the start of the next class unless otherwise stated.

Information:

Students are expected to come to class prepared by bringing sharpened pencils, assigned reading, journals, binders, and charged computer.

Students are responsible for taking any quiz/test or turn in assignments when they are absent. They are to talk to their teachers and set up a date and time.

Students may come in on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays before school to get help. The library is also available in the mornings for students wanting to work before school.

Math

Mrs. Marshall

Monday – Lesson 1 & 2

Tuesday – Lesson 3 & 4

Wednesday – Lesson 5

Thursday – Lesson 6

Friday – Lesson 7

Ms. Waugh

Monday – Lesson 3 & 4

Tuesday – Lesson 5

Wednesday – Lesson 6

Thursday – Lesson 7

Friday – Lesson 8

Mrs. Garner

Monday – Lesson 5

Tuesday – Lesson 6

Wednesday – Lesson 7

Thursday – Lesson 8

Friday – Review

Morning help

Mrs. Marshall – Monday, Wednesday, Friday

Ms. Waugh – Monday, Wednesday, Friday

Mrs. Garner – Everyday but Tuesday

Daily Homework Assignments will be given in class. Email reminders will be sent.

Social Studies – Mr. Crubel

We will finish our Mesoamerica unit on Monday with our test. Ten we will begin to investigate the lives of people from Ancient Greece!

Monday: Mesoamerica Test

Tuesday: Greece Big Idea Page

Wednesday: Geography of Ancient Greece

Thursday: Greek Daily Life Cornell Notes

Friday: Introduction to Athens and Sparta

Homework: Any work not completed in class will be expected to be completed at home that night.

Tutoring: I will be available in my room on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings. I will be available some Tuesday and Friday mornings if I do not have a meeting.

Science – Mrs. Cooper

*Information

Please ask your student to show you their work each day, and any work not completed in class will be expected to be completed at home that night. Students are expected to come to class prepared by bringing science workbook, pencils, highlighters, binders, and charged computer.

Morning Help with Mrs. Cooper is available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday this week for students to get extra help or work on missing assignments if they were absent. The library is also available in the mornings for students wanting to work before school.

*ATTENTION: Students will take the Ch. 2 Weathering & Soil Test on Monday, 01/22/2018.

Monday: Ch. 2 Weathering & Soil TestHW: Look over your test results and prepare for the 2nd attempt on the Ch. 2 Weathering & Soil Test.

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Tuesday:2nd Attempt on Ch. 2 Weathering & Soil Test AND Processes That Wear Down and Build Up Earth’s Surface

HW: Any work not completed in class will be expected to be completed at home that night.

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Wednesday: Causes of Mass Movement

HW: Any work not completed in class will be expected to be completed at home that night.

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Thursday: How Moving Water Causes Erosion

HW: Any work not completed in class will be expected to be completed at home that night.

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Friday: Land Features Formed By Water Erosion and Deposition

HW: Any work not completed in class will be expected to be completed at home that night.

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Trooper Pride

PositivityResponsibility

Integrity

Determination

Excellence

Here at FRMS we promote our PRIDE values in all classes and events. Students will learn about these words and how they can be applied to school and life in their first few weeks of Academic Strategies classes. It is our belief as a staff that these core values will make all of us at FRMS successful, productive, and caring people. We strive to promote these values in all we do!

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