TEAM 8 BLUE 4/2 – 4/6
PARENT TEACHER COMMUNICATION
STUDENTS HAVE A 4 DAY WEEKEND! WE’LL SEE YOU BACK TUESDAY!
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.
April 2nd – 6th
American History (Engel) –
Here is what we have going on next week:
Monday: No School
Tuesday: Black Codes-the unfair laws passed in the Reconstruction south to attempt to keep African Americans as second class citizens
Wednesday: State Assessments
Thursday: State Assessments
Friday: State Assessments Make-Ups and if there is time introduce Andrew Johnson’s impeachment.
English (Mr. Banks)-Next week we will be planning and writing our end-of-unit essay. Students will have Tuesday and Wednesday for pre-writing/planning. They will have Thursday, Friday, and the following Monday to write. Essay are due Tuesday, April 3.
Math (Ms. Elliott)-
Tuesday and Wednesday will be spent reviewing for the Unit Test. On Tuesday, they will work on a study guide and a “Cheat Sheet” Notecard. This notecard will be their only resource they will have on the Unit Test.
Thursday and Friday: They will be taking the Unit Test.
Co-taught Math (Ms. Chou/Mrs. Story) –
Tuesday: Inv. 4.1 Dilations in a coordinate plane (CITY DESIGNER PROJECT DUE)
HW: Inv. 4.1 Extra Practice
Wednesday: Inv. 4.1/4.2 Similarity Transformations
Thursday: Inv. 4.2/4.3 Checking Similarity without Transformations
HW: Inv. 4.2 p. 88 #11-15
Friday: Inv. 4.3/4.4 Using Similar Triangles
HW: BPW Unit Study Guide
Foundational Math (Mrs. Story)-
Tuesday- Slope of stairs activity
Wednesday- Writing equations of lines practice and quiz
Thursday – Coding the slope and y-intercept in an equation, then graphing the line
Friday – Linear and Non-linear
Algebra (Ms. Waugh) –
Algebra students will continue learning about quadratic functions. Chapter 8 test will be at the end of the week.
Science (Mrs. Miller/Mrs. Goodson) –
Tuesday: Introduce DNA
Wednesday: Part DNA Noes Page
Thursday: Crime-scene investigation
Friday: Analyzing the genetic code
GENERAL TEAM REMINDERS
Candy should not be eaten in the classroom unless given to by an adult. Mints are included in this.
Starter expectations for all core classes are the same. Students are to come into the classroom, sit in their assigned seat, and complete the starter activity at a level 0.
Students were given a morning pass for before school help, it is on a lavender card.
Please help remind students to bring their materials to school.
NO School March 30 and April 2nd,Extended Easter Weekend
Social Studies State Assessments: April 4-6
English Language Arts State Assessments: April 10-13
Manhattan Area Technical College Field Trip: April 12
Math State Assessments: April 17-20
Worlds of Fun Trip – May 22nd
8th grade Relay Day May 23rd
8th Grade Recognition – Afternoon of May 24th
RESPONSIBILITY PRIDE AWARD WINNERS.