Today we reviewed the basics of multiplying and dividing decimals.

Homework is the worksheet on (x) and (/) decimals, 1-30 all.

posted on: May 15, 2006

We had AM and DEAR today. There is no formal homework.

I have the schedule for the next two weeks to students today. Parents, please check your child's agenda!

posted on: May 12, 2006

We checked homework on fractions and then started reviewing adding and subtracting fractions.

HW is the worksheet on adding and subtracting decimals, 52-90. Students were able to start on this in class, and some even finished!

posted on: May 11, 2006

Student's got their Equation Test back today and completed their test analysis. Parents, please sign and students, return this tomorrow. Also, complete problems 43 -72 on the Fraction Review.

posted on: May 10, 2006

Today we had AM and DEAR. There is no formal homework over the weekend.

posted on: May 05, 2006

We reviewed homework and then learned how to solve for a specific variable in equations that only contained variables.

HW is to review WS 3-7, problems 11-20 and complete WS pg. 119, 16 - 34, evens.

Tomorrow is DEAR and AM. Please bring reading material for 1/2 of the class period.

posted on: May 04, 2006

We reviewed and answered questions on Worksheet 3-6 and 3-7.

Homework tonight is the hand-out given in class today, problems 15-31 odd.

posted on: May 03, 2006

It was great to be back in class today!

We completed the Test Analysis on Chapter 12. Please get that signed by your parents tonight and return to class tomorrow.

We learned how to solve equations with variables on both sides. Homework for tonight is Worksheet 3-7 (1,2,5,6,8,9,10,11,12,13,16,18,19,20).

Make sure to show your work on your own notebook paper!

Grade Sheets will be sent home Wednesday.

posted on: May 01, 2006

Today we had DEAR and AM. There is no formal homework over the weekend.

posted on: April 21, 2006

Student's finished their Chapter 12 test they started yesterday.

HW is Practice WS 3-5 handed out in class today.

Tomorrow is AM and DEAR so please bring reading material for 1/2 of the class period.

posted on: April 20, 2006

Today we worked on a review of Chapter 12. Classwork was pg. 550-552, 1-26 (skip 5,6, and 10) and 31 - 33. What was not finished in class should be completed for homework tonight.

CHAPTER 12 TEST IS TOMORROW !!

posted on: April 18, 2006

The students took a quiz covering lessons 12-1, 12-2, and 12-3. The quizzes are graded and posted on I-Parent.

There is no formal homework. Please remember that CRCT's start on Monday!

posted on: April 14, 2006

Students learned how to calculate permutations: the number of arrangements of items when order is important.

HW is WB-P 12-2, all.

posted on: April 11, 2006

Chapter 11 tests were returned today and students completed their test analysis. Parents, please sign and have your child return this for a homework grade tomorrow. GRADES HAVE BEEN POSTED ON I-PARENT!

Tomorrow is DEAR and AM. Please bring reading material for one half of the class period.

posted on: March 30, 2006

Student's took the Chapter 11 test today.

There is no formal homework tonight.

posted on: March 29, 2006

Today we reviewed for the Chapter 11 Test which will be tomorrow. Student's will be allowd to use a calculator and their formula sheet on the test. BE PREPARED. **This is the first test of the last nine week grading period!**

HW is TB page 657, 1-20, skip 4, 16-18.

posted on: March 28, 2006

Students took a quiz covering lessons 11-1, 11-2, 11-5, and 11-6.

Homework is TB page 502, #14, using the POW format.

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Tomorrow is DEAR and AM. Please bring reading material to last one half of the class period.

posted on: March 23, 2006

Today we learned the formula for the surface area of cylinders.

HW is WB -P 11-6, all, and TB page 497, problems 11-14.

There is a quiz tomorrow and it will cover Sections 11-1, 11-2, 11-5, and 11-6.

posted on: March 22, 2006

Students learned how to find the surface area of triangular prisms and rectangular prisms.

HW is WB-P 11-5, all. Be sure to show your work on notebook paper. Write the formula for each problem, substitute values for variables, complete the calculations with a calculator, and round your final answer to the nearest 10th.

posted on: March 21, 2006

Today we learned about 3 dimension figures and how to draw them.

Homework is WB-P 11-2, all.

posted on: March 20, 2006

Students had DEAR and AM today.

There is no formal homework over the weekend.

posted on: March 18, 2006

Today we reviewed the formula for area of a circle, and reviewed the names of the parts of a circle.

Homework is WB-P 11-1, all. Show your work on notebook paper, writing the formula first each time.

Tomorrow is DEAR and AM, so please bring reading material for 1/2 of the class period.

posted on: March 16, 2006

Students received their Chapter 5 Test back and completed a test error analysis. Get this signed tonight and also write a paragraph on the POW problem you solved last night.

Chapter 5 Test grades are posted on I-Parent.

posted on: March 15, 2006

Today was the Chapter 5 Test. If you were on the Orchestra field trip, please be prepared to take the test tomorrow during class.

Homework is the following P.O.W. problem. Solve, but do not write the paragraph.

A snail began crawling up the side of a well, which was 16m high. Each day it crawled 4m but while sleeping at night it slipped back 1m. How many days did it take to reach the top?

posted on: March 14, 2006

Today we learned how to prove triangles are congruent using SSS, SAS, or ASA.

Homework is Pg. 651, 1-18, and page 224, 1-8.

The Chapter 5 Test is tomorrow.

posted on: March 13, 2006

Students worked on DEAR and AM today. I will check the Geometry Packet on Monday.

While there is no formal homework, students should be reviewing previously learned materal. I would suggest reviewing Chapter 8.

posted on: March 10, 2006

Today we learned how to determine if two triangles are similar.

Homework is WB-P 5-6, all

posted on: March 08, 2006

We studied tessellations and how geometric shapes "move" by applying different transformations.

Homework is WB-P 5-7, all.

posted on: March 07, 2006

Today we discussed the different characteristics of special quadrilaterals.

Homework is to complete the 2 worksheets handed out in class today.

posted on: March 06, 2006

Today students took a quiz covering sections 5-1 and 5-2. I have graded the quizzes and posted the grades on I-Parent. Please check them.

Some students are not paying attention to instruction, not completing homework according to directions, not following the algebraic process, and not preparing for the quizzes as they should. Every student should be spending at least 45 minutes per night on BAG. If you should finish your homework assignment within the 45 minutes, go back and review other concepts that we have studied.

posted on: March 03, 2006

I collected signed test analysis' today. MANY STUDENTS DID NOT HAVE THEM. GET THEM SIGNED TONIGHT AND RETURN TOMORROW~!

We learned about the 8 special angles formed when 2 parallel lines are cut by a transversal and we learned how to classify triangles. We also learned how to find missing angle measures.

Homework is WB-P 5-1 and 5-2. There will be quiz covering these 2 sections tomorrow.

posted on: March 02, 2006

Students took the Chapter 8 Test today. There is no formal homework over the 4-day weekend.

THE JEKYLL MATH PACKET IS DUE MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27th.

posted on: February 16, 2006

We had an in-class review today for the Chapter 8 Test which will be tomorrow.

Homework is TB pg. 654, 1-17, 19,20,24, and 25.

posted on: February 15, 2006

Students learned how to set up and solve problems involving "scales", such as 1 in. = 5 meters.

HW is WB-P 8-9 all.

posted on: February 14, 2006

Today the students learned the concept of similar polygons and applied that concept to solving problems involving indirect measurement.

HW is WB-P 8-8, all.

posted on: February 13, 2006

Today we had DEAR and AM. There is no formal homework for this weekend.

posted on: February 10, 2006

We learned the simple interest formula of I=PRT.

HW is WB 8-6 all.

Remember tomorrow is DEAR and AM! Bring reading material for one half of the class period.

posted on: February 09, 2006

Today students learned how to find percent of change and the sales price after a discount or a mark-up.

Students got their Chapter 8 quiz back today.

Homework is WB-P 8-5 all.

posted on: February 08, 2006

Students took the quiz covering sections 8-1 through 8-4 today.

Homework is TB pg. 333, problems 21 and 22. Solve using the POW format.

posted on: February 07, 2006

Today we learned how to change large and small percents to fractions and decimals.

Homework is is follows:

Pg. 627

Lesson 8-1 1-4

Lesson 8-2 9-12

Lesson 8-3 1-4

Lesson 8-3B 1

Lesson 8-4 1-4 and 16-19

posted on: February 06, 2006

Students read and worked on Accelerated Math. There is no formal homework.

posted on: February 03, 2006

Today we learned another way to solve percent type questions: translating the words into a an algebraic equation. Be sure to use your notes to help you!

Homework is WB-P 8-3 all.

posted on: February 02, 2006

A review of the formula "is over of = r over 100". We are solving problems like "What is 23% of 45?" Be sure you show cross products and are solving the problem algebraically.

Homework is 8-2 all.

posted on: February 01, 2006

We started Chapter 8 today. Lesson 8-1 is using the proportion formula to solve word problems.

Homework is WB-P 8-1 all. For those students who did not do SG 8-1 during class, you need to complete that as well.

posted on: January 31, 2006

Students were able to finish their Ch. 9 Test, complete a Cumulative Review, and then work on AM.

Bring reading material for DEAR tomorrow!

posted on: January 26, 2006

Students took their Chapter 9 Test today. Due to early release, some students did not finish. Therefore, students will be allowed to finish their test tomorrow.

There is no formal homework tonight.

posted on: January 25, 2006

Today we reviewed for the Chapter 9 Test which will be TOMORROW!

HW is TB -page 655, all.

posted on: January 24, 2006

Today we learned how to determine the distance between 2 coordinate points on the coordinate plane and about the special properties of right triangles that measure 30-60-90 degrees and 45-45-90 degrees.

HW is WB-P 9-6 all, and 9-7 , problems 2,3,4,7,9.

We will review Chapter 9 tomorrow and test on Wednesday.

posted on: January 23, 2006

Today students had DEAR and AM. There is no formal homework.

posted on: January 20, 2006

Today the students learned how to use the Pythagorean Theorem to solve word problems.

HW is WB-P 9-5, 1-6.

Tomorrow is AM and DEAR. Bring reading material for 1/2 of the class period.

posted on: January 19, 2006

Students took a quiz today covering sections 9-1 through 9-4. There is no formal homework this evening.

posted on: January 18, 2006

Today we learned about the Pythagorean Theorem and how it is used with right triangles.

HW is WB-P 9-4, all. We will have quiz tomorrow covering sections 9-1 through 9-4. Bring your Square Root chart to use for the quiz.

posted on: January 17, 2006

Today we had AM and DEAR. There is no formal homework.

posted on: January 13, 2006

Today we reviewed the Real Number System. This is mainly understanding and memorizing the vocabulary and definitions. You need to know, and give examples of the following:

real numbers

rational numbers

irrational numbers

natural numbers

whole numbers

integers

Students also learned how to graph the estimates of square roots on the number line.

HW is WB-P 9-3 all. Tomorrow is DEAR and AM. Bring reading material to last atleast 1/2 of the class period.

posted on: January 12, 2006

Students learned how to estimate square roots and then applied that concept to Heron's Formula.

Homework is to complete WB-P 9-2 if you did not complete it in class today.

posted on: January 11, 2006

Today we learned about squares and square roots.

Homework is WB-P 9-1 all.

posted on: January 10, 2006

Today students learned about tessellations and how to make them. They are creating their own tessellation with a holiday theme.

We will be finishing out tessellations in class and having AM.

posted on: December 20, 2005

Students got their Chapter 4 Test back today and completed a Test Analysis. Please get this signed and returned tomorrow. All grades are posted in I-Parent.

HW: If you didn't complete the Brain Teasers you started in class, it is to be completed for homework.

posted on: December 19, 2005

Today students read for DEAR. We did not have AM because of a shortened schedule.

I will have the Chapter 4 Tests graded and returned on Monday.

There is no formal homework.

posted on: December 16, 2005

Today we learned how to determine if statistics and/or graphs are misleading. Then we reviewed for our Chapter 4 test which will be tomorrow. BRING A CALCULATOR! YOU WILL NEED IT!

Homework is pg. 650, all.

posted on: December 13, 2005

Students analyzed the different types of graphs today and identified their attributes. Then they determined which type of graph would be be used with different data and situations.

Homework is WB-P 4-7 all.

posted on: December 12, 2005

Student's took a quiz over the first 5 sections of Chapter 4.

Homework tonight is TB pg. 31, #11. Use the POW format.

Tomorrow is DEAR and AM. Bring reading material for 30 minutes of class time.

posted on: December 08, 2005

Today we learned how to find outliers when finding the Measures of Variation.

Homework tonight is to find the outliers from last night's homework. Also, complete pg. 166, 1-5. This is a review for your quiz tomorrow.

MAKE SURE YOU BRING A CALCULATOR TO CLASS FOR YOUR QUIZ!

posted on: December 07, 2005

Today students learned the difference between Measure of Variation and Measures of Central Tendency. They also learned how to find the measures of variation.

Homework is WB-P 4-5, all.

posted on: December 06, 2005

Today we reviewed the Measures of Central Tendency: mean, median, and mode. You may use a calculator for this section.

Homework is WB-P 4-4 all.

posted on: December 05, 2005

We had DEAR and AM today. There is no formal homework.

posted on: December 02, 2005

Today we completed a Venn Diagram comparing and contrasting bar graphs, histograms, and circle graphs. We also learned how to create a line graph.

Homework for tonight is WB-P 4-3 all. Also, tomorrow is AM and DEAR so please bring reading material to last one half of the class period.

posted on: December 01, 2005

We took another day to practice constructing circle graphs.

Homework is TB page 615, problems 1-4.

NOTE: These 4 problems give the category and the percentage (which means most of the work is done for you!) You are going to have to work backwards on these. You can change the percentage to a decimal. Multiply the decimal by 360 to get your degrees and then make your circle graph.

posted on: November 30, 2005

Today the students learned how to make circle graphs. They also realized how valuable a calculator will be this chapter! Make sure you have one in class tomorrow!

Homework is WB-P 4-2 all.

posted on: November 29, 2005

Today we started Chapter 4 and learned about Frequency Tables, Bar Graphs, and Histograms: their similarities and differences.

Homework for tonight is WB-P 4-1, all.

PLEASE BRING A CALCULATOR TO CLASS for the rest of this chapter.

posted on: November 28, 2005

Students took the Chapter 4 Test today. There is no formal homework tonight.

posted on: November 16, 2005

Homework tonight is Pg. 130-133, 1-54. The Chapter 3 Test is tomorrow. We started this assignment in class today.

You may earn 2 points extra credit for completing an on-line test at www.glencoe.com for Chapter 3 and getting your parent to sign it.

posted on: November 15, 2005

Today we learned how helpful it is to know how to estimate percents. Homework for tonight is WB-P 3-6 all.

We will have the Chapter Test on Wednesday.

posted on: November 14, 2005

Today we had DEAR and AM. There is no formal homework over the weekend.

posted on: November 11, 2005

After reviewing homework in class, I made the decision to spend another day on Section 3-5, Finding Percents. Classwork was on pg. 613, lesson 3-5 all. Homework is TB pg. 122, 10 - 27 all.

Tomorrow is DEAR and AM. Please bring reading material to last 1/2 of the class period.

posted on: November 10, 2005

Today we reviewed Sections 3-1 through 3-4 and then took a quiz covering those sections.

Homework for tonight is Pg. 117, #46. Use the POW format to complete this word problem. HINT: It took me one complete page to write out all five parts. If you only have four or five lines, your work is incomplete.

There is no school tomorrow.

posted on: November 07, 2005

Today we practiced changing percents to decimals, decimals to percents, and percents to fractions.

Homework is WB-P 3-4, all. There will be a quiz on Monday covering Sections 3-1 through 3-4.

posted on: November 03, 2005

We learned how to determine if two ratios are proportionate by using the Property of Proportions. We also learned how to find the missing number in a proportion.

Homework is WB-P 3-3 all.

posted on: November 02, 2005

Today students learned how to "read" their math textbook. They read the section, took notes, and were prepared to explain the concepts if called upon.

Homework is WB-P 3-2 all.

posted on: November 01, 2005

Today students learned how to express ratios as fractions in simplest form and determine unit rates.

Homework is WB-P 3-1, all. Students had time to start the assignment in class.

Happy Halloween!

posted on: October 31, 2005

Today we finished our Web Quest on Taming Word Problems. Homework for tonight is WB-P 1-1, problems 1 through 5. Use your decoding worksheet we completed in class to help you. You will need to follow the P.O.W. format:

1) Identify important information in the problem

2) Write down what you are trying to solve for

3) Choose a strategy

4) Use the strategy to solve the problem

5) Record your answer. Did it answer what you are solving for from

number two above?

Show all work on notebook paper.

posted on: October 28, 2005

Today we took an adventure on a Web Quest entitled "Taming Word Problems" with a Harry Potter theme. What is your wizard name and what house do you live in? What new words did you add to your Decoding list?

We will complete the in-class activity tomorrow. There is no formal homework tonight.

posted on: October 27, 2005

Today the students had a Cumulative Review. If this was not finished in class, please finish for homework.

posted on: October 26, 2005

Students finished their Ch. 7 Test and then had DEAR and worked on AM. There is no formal homework tonight.

posted on: October 24, 2005

The students took the Chapter 7 Test today. There is no formal homework over the weekend.

posted on: October 21, 2005

Today we listened to the wonderful songs the students made up on how to divide fractions!

We also reviewed for the Chapter 7 Test. The test will be tomorrow.

HW is TB pg. 323 - 325, problems 10 - 23 all, and 34 - 45. Show ALL work on notebook paper.

posted on: October 20, 2005

We learned the different situations when you must switch the sign when solving inequalities.

HW is WB-P 7-10, all.

posted on: October 19, 2005

Students got back their Fractions quiz from last week. Those who did not earn an 80% or better need to do some more studying! We discovered in class that there were many "careless errors" made.

Today we applied the rational numbers to solving one and two step equations. Homework for tonight is WB-P 7-9, 1-12. Show all steps and check on notebook paper.

posted on: October 17, 2005

Today was AM and DEAR. There is no formal homework over the 3 day weekend.

posted on: October 13, 2005

We reviewed dividing fractions.

Homework is WB-P 7-8 all and to make up a song with your partner about how to divide fractions. Be prepared to share!

posted on: October 12, 2005

Today we freshened our skills on multiplying fractions. Watch those signed number rules!

Homework is in your textbook, pages 623 and 624. Do multiples of 3 in Sections 7-1, 7-2, and 7-3. We will have a quiz over these 3 sections tomorrow.

posted on: October 10, 2005

We reviewed how to add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators today.

Homework for tonight is WB-P 7-2 all. Show your work on notebook paper.

Also, tomorrow is DEAR and AM. Bring enough reading material with you for one half of the class period.

posted on: October 06, 2005

We reviewed the basics of fractions today, including adding and subtracting fractions with like denominators.

Homework is WB-P 7-1 all. You may do the work in the workbook.

posted on: October 05, 2005

We reviewed the basics of fractions and reviewed adding and subtracting fractions with a common denominator.

Homework is WB-P 7-1 all. You may do your work in the workbook.

posted on: October 05, 2005

The students took a quiz on decimals using all four operations.

There is no formal homework tonight. We will start on Chapter 7 tomorrow.

posted on: October 04, 2005

Today the students worked on 3 magic squares involving adding and subtracting decimals. I checked these individually. Complete these for homework if you did not finish them in class.

Also, complete the 2nd and 4th columns on worksheets 2-28 and 2-29 involving mutliplying and dividing decimals.

We will have a short quiz tomorrow involving decimals and ALL operations.

posted on: October 03, 2005

Today we reviewed multiplication facts while playing Bingo. Then students had to use deductive reasoning to find mystery numbers from clues. This numbers included decimals as well as whole numbers.

There is no formal homework this evening.

posted on: September 28, 2005

We had DEAR and AM. There is no formal homeworK.

PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THERE IS NO SCHOOL ON MONDAY OR TUESDAY PER GOV. PERDUE. PLEASE CHECK OUR MABRY WEBSITE FOR DETAILS.

posted on: September 23, 2005

Students learned a new format to use when solving word problems. We completed one problem in class today. Student's copied a word problem from the overhead and will solve it using the format learned in class.

Tomorrow is DEAR and AM. Please bring reading material for 1/2 of the class period.

posted on: September 22, 2005

We reviewed how to mulitply and divide decimals today. Homework is the worksheets handed out in class today, 2-28 and 2-29.

Please make sure everyone gets the Test Analysis signed and returned to class tomorrow. Show your parents your great grades!

posted on: September 20, 2005

Students completed a test analysis on their Chapter 2 test. Get this signed by one of your parents tonight.

We are reviewing decimals: place value names and rounding. Complete worksheets 2-18 and 2-22 if you did not finish in class.

posted on: September 19, 2005

Today we had AM and DEAR.

There is no formal homework over the weekend.

posted on: September 16, 2005

I apologize for not posting yesterday. I was absent.

Students took their Chapter 2 Test.

There is no formal homework.

posted on: September 16, 2005

Today the students reviewed for their Chapter 2 test. The test will be tomorrow.

Homework is the Practice Chapter 2 Test on page 648 in the textbook.

Two bonus points will be given if a student brings in a graded practice test from the Glencoe website signed by a parent.

posted on: September 14, 2005

Today we reviewed multiplying and dividing integers. Students completed a Magic Square using these two operations in class.

Homework is WS 5-10, Writing and Simplifying Expressions, which will use all four operations with integers.

posted on: September 13, 2005

Student's had DEAR and AM today.

There is no formal homework.

posted on: September 09, 2005

Today students learned how to organize data in a matrix and to add/subtract the elements in matrices.

Homework is WB-P 2-6 all.

posted on: September 08, 2005

Student's took a quiz covering Chapter 2, Sections 1 through 5.

There is no formal homework tonight.

posted on: September 07, 2005

Today the students reviewed Sections 2-1 through 2-5 to prepare for the quiz tomorrow.

Complete the double sided worksheet handed out in class today. To earn 5 bonus quiz points, complete quizzes on-line at Glencoe.com for sections 2-1 through 2-5.

posted on: September 06, 2005

Today we started Accelerated Math and had DEAR. We will check Thursday's homework on Tuesday.

There is no formal homework. Be safe and have a great three day weekend!

posted on: September 02, 2005

Today we reviewed how to subtract integers.

Homework is worksheet 5-12 and the back of the worksheet we completed in class today.

posted on: September 02, 2005

Today we learned how to substitute values into expressions to add multiple term expressions using variables.

Homework is the worksheet handed out in class, 5-6.

posted on: August 31, 2005

(Server was down on 8/30/05 and this could not be posted until 8/31)

Today we covered Lesson 2-3, learning how to add integers.

Homework is pg. 65, 13 - 36 all.

posted on: August 31, 2005

Today student's completed a Test Analysis on their Chapter 1 Test. They are to get it signed by a parent and return to class tomorrow. This will count as part of homework. Chapter 1 Test grades are on I-Parent.

Students are also to complete the 2-Column Notes handout on Sections 2-1 and 2-2. In your TB, complete pg. 58, problems 14-34 even, pg. 60, problems 10-24 even.

posted on: August 29, 2005

Students finished their Chapter 1 test and we had DEAR. There is no formal homework this weekend.

posted on: August 27, 2005

Students took the Chapter 1 Test today. There is no formal written homework.

Tomorrow is DEAR. Bring school appropriate reading material to class tomorrow.

posted on: August 25, 2005

Today we reviewed Perimeter and Area and began homework to review for the Chapter 1 Test which is tomorrow.

Homework is TB pg. 647, 1-25 all.

Chapter 1 Quiz grades are posted on I-Parent.

posted on: August 24, 2005

Today we covered Section 1-9. Homework is page 46, problems 13-29 odd, and 30-32 all. Write the problem, show all steps, graph and check.

posted on: August 23, 2005

Students got their Chapter 1 Quiz returned today. Please ask your child how they did! The grades will be posted on I-Parent by the end of the week.

Today we covered section 1-7. Homework is in the textbook, pg. 35, problems 13-39 ODD. You must write the problem and show ALL steps and check to earn full credit on homework.

posted on: August 22, 2005

Students finished their quiz today. It will be graded over the weekend and returned on Monday.

Students are to read Section 1-6, take notes on the section, and complete the Guided Practice and Exercises. We will review this on Monday.

posted on: August 21, 2005

Students took a Quiz today. There is no formal homework for tonight.

posted on: August 18, 2005

Homework tonight is from two different pages in your text:

Pg. 19, problems 13-29 odd. Write the problem, show your steps and check (5 lines!)

Pg. 24, 13-29, odd. Write the problem, show your steps and check (5 lines!)

Quiz tomorrow on Sections 1-2 through 1-5.

posted on: August 17, 2005

Homework tonight is pg. 14, problems 15 - 39 odd. Write each problem and show all work for full credit.

I will be checking Syllabi tomorrow. Also, if you didn't bring your BAG letter today, please make sure you bring it tomorrow.

posted on: August 16, 2005

Today we started Chapter 1, SEction 2. Homework is TB pg. 10, 12-34 all.

I also handed out two other papers for review and signature: my Syllabus and the Accelerated Math letter. Parents, please read, sign and have your child return the Accelerate Math letter tomorrow, and the syllabus on Wednesday.

posted on: August 15, 2005

Today students finished their Pre-Test and worked on their personal character. They also were assigned textbooks.

The personal characters are due on Monday, and please have the textbooks covered by Monday. The cloth covers are the best!

Have a great weekend!

posted on: August 12, 2005

Today students started on their BAG Pre-Test. This is not for a grade in the gradebook, but serves as an instrument to determine growth by the end of the year. Those who did not finish today will have the opportunity to finish in class tomorrow.

There is no formal homework tonight.

posted on: August 11, 2005

Today we went over some of the classroom procedures and I shared information about myself with the students.

Tomorrow we will start on the BAG Pre-Test. There is no formal homework tonight.

posted on: August 11, 2005