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January 25th

Homework for the evening is posted below. Enjoy the sunny, brisk weather!

Period 1 - p. 198-199; 9-21; 25-27
Period 2 - p. 191-192; 10-32, omit 28
Period 3 - Workbook p. 135-137
Period 6 - None
Period 7 - None

posted on: January 25, 2007

October 31st

Happy Halloween! Please note the homework below and the announcement regarding Parent Night at Lassiter.

Period 1 - Test on 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, and 3.4 on Thursday
Period 2 - Quiz on 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, and 7.8 on Thursday; Study Session at 8:15 tomorrow morning
Period 3 - None
Period 6 - None
Period 7 - Review Packets due on Thursday

Lassiter is hosting a Parent Night for all rising 8th graders.  They will be providing information to begin the transition and curriculum.  Please plan to attend on Tuesday, November 14 at 7:00 PM at Lassiter.  

posted on: October 31, 2006

October 12th

Homework for the evening is listed below. Students do not have school tomorrow as it's a teacher workday. Also, next week is Early Release each day due to conference week.

Period 1 - None; Students are working with equations containing variables on both sides.
Period 2 - None; Students took a quiz on several Chapter 6 sections today.
Period 3 - Crystal extra credit due Monday; Students need to make sure the Earth's Treasures worksheet is completed by Monday (given class time for this today).
Period 6 - None
Period 7 - None; Students took a quiz on several Chapter 6 sections today.

Have a great extended weekend with your students!

posted on: October 12, 2006

October 9th

The 8th graders attended a Pebblebrook production at the Cobb Civic Center today. Overall, the behavior at this event was great! We had a fun time! Most classes did not meet today due to this field trip; therefore, homework is not listed below for the evening. Students did watch a film related to social studies after returning and are responsible for the corresponding activity sheet. Have a great night!

posted on: October 09, 2006

September 12th

Homework for the evening is listed below. Not all periods are listed due to only selected classes meeting because of ITBS testing. Have a great evening with your students!

Period 1: PWB 1-3 ALL (Due Thursday)
Period 3: Read 5-5 in Matter packet and answer 5-5 questions; Add 5-4 and 5-5 vocabulary to booklet; Element projects PAST DUE
Period 2: p. 88-89 5-27 odd; 35-38 ALL; must show all work including checks for each problem (due Thursday)

posted on: September 12, 2006

August 29th

Sorry for not posting the homework for last evening. I had to depart from Mabry immediately after school to pick up my daughter in order to return for Open House. I enjoyed meeting all of the parents that attended last night.

The homework for Tuesday is below.

Period 1 - None
Period 2 - p. 19 (13-29 odd) and 24 (13-29 odd)
Period 3 - None
Period 6 - Fraction Study Guide 1-10 ONLY
Period 7 - p. 19 (13-29 odd) and 24 (13-29 odd)

posted on: August 30, 2006

August 28th

Homework for the evening is below. See you at Open House tomorrow evening!

Period 1 - Fraction Study Guide
Period 2 - pg. 10 (13-33 odd) and pg. 14 (15-39 odd)
Period 3 - Study Guide for Measurement Test
Period 6 - p. 603 & 604 (1st column on each page ONLY)
Period 7 - pg. 10 (13-33 odd) and pg. 14 (15-39 odd); Evaluating Expressions with Integers W.S. (if quiz grade was below 89%).

posted on: August 28, 2006

Friday's Homework

My apologies for not posting Friday's homework. Better late than never! Please look in your students' agendas if I ever forget.

Period 1 - None
Period 2 - Evaluating Expressions with Integers W.S. (only if student felt more practice needed)
Period 3 - None
Period 6 - None
Period 7 - Evaluating Expressions with Integers W.S. (only if student felt more practice needed)

posted on: August 28, 2006

Welcome Back!

I am excited to have the 2006-2007 school year off to a start. The new 8th grade class seems to be a great group of kids! I am eager to teach the students mathematics this year. I hope by the year's end that your students are able to apply their mathematical sense to real life applications. I hope to meet all of you at Open House on August 29th. Let's have a positive year!

posted on: August 23, 2006

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