January 28, 2019
Happy Friday Team 8 Wildcats!
We hope everyone had an amazing week. Please check below for classroom and school wide updates. Feel free to reach out to any team teachers with questions or concerns.
Team 8 Teachers
Congratulations to our Team 8 Stars! (Term 3)
- Tyler Martinez
- Drake Swartz
- Christopher Beers
- Myka Naputo
- Daphne Brown
- Keaton Reutebuch
Have a wonderful weekend!
Students also solved one-step, two-step and multi-step inequalities. They also looked at real world applications with inequalities. They will have an Inequality Unit test on Tuesday and Wednesday of next week. If students need extra help they can use the videos below or they can come see me before school or after school.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact me!
Things due this week: Industrial Vocab was due on Thursday, January 31st. It was assigned to the students several weeks ago. So there should be no issues there.
Several students need to make up the Gold Rush DBQ, to do that, they need to log in to Edpuzzle and watch the video titled Story of Us: Westward.This is episode length with 15 questions that go along with it.
For those students who are missing the Industrial Revolution poster, we worked on this in class for 3 days and then they had the long weekend to finish it. It was due on 22nd. If they would like to make up the work, they can also watch an Edpuzzle with 8 questions to make up for the missing grade.
If you have any questions, please email me.
Please don't be absent!
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When students are absent for fewer days, their grades and reading skills often improve—even among those students who are struggling in school. Students who attend school regularly also feel more connected to their community, develop important social skills and friendships, and are significantly more likely to graduate from high school, setting them up for a strong future.
But when kids are absent for an average of just two days of school per month—even when the absences are excused– it can have a negative impact.As a parent, you can prepare your child for a lifetime of success by making regular school attendance a priority.
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