7th Grade Newsletter

Believe Motivate Succeed

November 16th - November 20th

Grade Level Information

Upcoming Dates:

  • November 13th - Progress Reports
  • November 23rd - November 27th - Thanksgiving Break
  • December 18th - End of Q2
  • December 21st - January 4th - Winter Break

Important Information:

PARENTS: Please take this quick Georgia Schools Survey! Thank you!

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Field Trip to Zoo Atlanta

Field trip payments can no longer be made through "My Payments Plus". Please send all future payments to your child's first period teacher. The next payment of $20 is due by February 5th.

November is Parent Engagement Month in Georgia! To celebrate this important month, the Georgia Department of Education’s Parent Engagement Program invites Georgia’s parents to tell us how they play a role in their children’s academic success!

It is our pleasure to introduce Georgia’s own “Kid Superintendent.” Please click the video below to view her important message explaining how the Parent Engagement Program wants your parents to celebrate Parent Engagement Month with us!

Language Arts

Cable: Nonfiction;compare/contrast; 2nd INDEPENDENT READING REPORT DUE TUES. NOV. 17th!

Johnson: Oral book presentations due Monday, November 16, Titanic centers, study on nouns



7th Grade Math: We will continue Unit 3 Ratios and Proportions. Quiz 2 over Module 8 has been moved to Monday or Tuesday. We will have our Unit 3 Part 1 TEST (unit rate, ratios, proportions, similar figures, scale factor) on Thursday.

Accelerated Math: Transformation Quiz 11/17 and Transformation TEST 11/19


Larson/Cochran: We will have a test over the Digestive, Circulatory, Lymphatic, and Respiratory systems on Friday, November 20. Please encourage your child to start studying his or her notes now.

Webster: Begin Unit 3: Organ Systems

Duncan: Our study of the organ systems of the human body continues with the digestive system and cardiovascular system.

Social Studies

Social studies classes will be studying the U.S. involvement in the Middle East. We will have a test over history of Southwest Asia on Friday, 11/20. Scrapbooks are also due this day.

Parent Tips to Help Your Child Succeed

  • Kids who take part in extra-curricular activities do better in school. Find a school activity that interests your child.

  • Enjoy some physical activity with your child today.

  • Keep a map or globe visible in your home. Your child will learn a little more about the world each time she sees it.

  • Tell your child that you believe he can succeed. He’ll be more likely to do so.

Parent Engagement Month - Parent Video Contest