Several events are upcoming that effect our eighth grade students transition to high school. Most importantly in the coming month we will be working with students and parents to select high school classes through the registration process. Below is a calendar of these events.
February 5: Student Assembly with Lassiter
February 8 at 6:30 PM (Lassiter Gym): Open House and Curriculum Fair
February 13: Students to bring home registration materials
February 15 from 5:00-7:00 PM (Lassiter Media Center): Open Forum for parent questions
February 16: Registration materials due to Mabry Homeroom Teacher
Please email Mrs. Haag (email@example.com) with questions.
posted on: January 29, 2007
The school year is progressing well. Most of our students have successfully completed the first nine weeks and are well into the second; yes we really are nearing completion of the first semester. With completion of the first semester students’ thoughts turn toward moving on to high school. The eighth graders took an important step toward this goal last week when they participated in vocational testing. These results, when returned in the spring, will help point them toward areas of interest and provide insights into career areas they may find rewarding.
To assist in the move to high school, 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
We’re off, school started, the race to learn and grow is underway!
I'm excited this year to be teaching both 8th grade Georgia Studies and Science. Many adventures lie ahead in both areas. I look forward to a fun filled year of serious study as we explore these areas together.
Some important information:
Plan to check our Social Studies and Science blogs every day. Remember to check Ms. Sugg’s Mr. Jakaitis’s, and Ms. Sumrell’s blogs for assignments.
Have your parents sign your Social Studies and Science syllabus.
posted on: August 14, 2006