Thursday, November 8, 2018
Math: Percent Change Assignment due, Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Career Ed: The Career Ed Project is due on Tuesday, November 13, 2018
LA: Remember! Independent Reading Duotang will now be collected on Tuesday, November 13
Science 7: Environmental Impact Assignment due Thursday, November 15, 2018
Science 6: Brochure project due date has been moved to Thursday, November 15. If you are using google docs, please click on this link and use this template instead.
Wednesday, November 7, 2018
Math: Discount, Tips and Sales Sheet – due Thursday, Nov 8
LA: Independent Reading Duotang will now be collected on Tuesday, November 13
Science 6: Brochure project due date has been moved to Thursday, November 15
Thursday, November 1, 2018
Math: pg. 143 of Mathlinks 7, #8-12; pg. 145 of Mathlinks 7, #19-22
LA: Independent Reading Duotang will be collected on Monday, November 6
Math Transformation Test: This test has been moved to Friday, November 2 or possibly Monday, November 6
Science 7 Natural Selection Test: Use your notes and review sheet to study for you test on Monday, November 6
Science 6: Brochure project is due on Thursday, November 8
Science 6 Endocrine System Test: Use your notes and review sheet to study for you test on Monday, November 6
Thursday, October 25, 2018
Math: Work on your transformation take home test – finish it by Monday, Oct 29. Make sure that you check with me if your are doing it correctly. Once you have my okay, then fineline each line before you color.
Math Transformation Test: Thursday, Nov 1.
Tuesday, October 23, 8:45 – 10:05: Reading Part 1
Monday, October 29, 8:45 – 10:05: Reading Online
Monday, November 5, 8:45 – 10:05: Numeracy Online
Tuesday, November 6, 8:45 – 10:05: Writing Part 2
Thursday, November 8, 10:20 – 11:45: Numeracy Written Part 3
Friday, October 12, 2018
Science 7: Use this link to work on the WatchIt portion of your sheet; NO NEED TO DO THE “RESEARCH IT” PORTION OF THE SHEET
- Artificial Selection: https://io9.gizmodo.com/6-animals-shaped-by-artificial-selection-into-beautiful-1603184303
- Natural Selection: http://mentalfloss.com/article/64300/6-animals-are-rapidly-evolving
Social Studies: Use the links below to work on your notes:
- Paleolithic vs Neolithic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bsIvCdBS_aI and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-cWlTU8LU6w&t=107s
- Paleolithic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFE3t7qNJSs&t=135s
- Neolithic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JL-uSe8utFs
- Agricultural Revolution: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yocja_N5s1I
Math: Reflection sheet – due Monday, October 15. You also have your LCM/GCF retest on Wednesday, October 17. Click on this link to check the answer key for the recent rest.
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
Religion: Remember: Test on Holy Spirit Prayer and Salvation History – October 11, 2018
Science: Take home test/quiz – due on Thursday, October 11, 2018
Mathematics: Translation Sheet – due on Wednesday, October 11, 2018
Language Arts: Introduction Par an 3 Subpoints – due Wednesday, October 11, 2018
Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Social Studies: Watch this video link up 15:30
Science: Remember that we have a test on October 4.
Tuesday, October 2, 2018
LA: Finish the introductory paragraph by Thursday
Science: Remember that we have a test on October 4.
Friday, September 28, 2018
Social Studies: Follow this link and work on this webquest. Due Tuesday.
Science: Follow this link and work on this limiting factor sheet. You need to have read Chapter 2.3 of the BC Science 7 text book. Those who were at cross country can work on this in school. We’ll discuss this on Monday; Remember that we have a test on October 4.
Tuesday, September 25, 2018
Mathematics: Test on Thursday, September 27; Topics will include Divisiblity, GCF and LCM, and Prime Factorization. Click on this link to download a review sheet
We will work on this as a class tomorrow.
this on Monday; Remember that we have a test on October 4.
Monday, September 17, 2018
Timberline Clothing and Equipment List
The following is a list of clothing and equipment that each of the students will need to bring with them for our trip to Timberline Ranch in September. Please do not go to any needless expense for clothing and equipment. If you look over the list of required gear and find that you do not have some of the items then borrow where it is possible or make appropriate substitutions.
The two key things to keep in mind concerning clothing will be that your child has:
- Sufficient clothing that will allow them to stay dry in wet weather.
- Proper footwear for all of the activities.
Required Items for Timberline:
1) Clothing 2) Bathroom Items
-warm jacket, windbreaker -towels (2)
-sweaters -wash cloth
-shirts and / or T-shirts -soap
-socks-6 pairs -hairbrush
-hat (rain and/or sun) -toothpaste and toothbrush
-underwear (4-5 pairs) -shampoo and conditioner
-pants(2-3pairs) -insect repellent
3) Sleeping Gear 4) Equipment
-pillow -flashlight (optional)
-sleeping bag -water bottle (very important)
-novel or drawing pad or something
for down time to do quietly
5) Footwear 6) Horse Back Riding
-runners plus an extra pair of -must have runners
casual shoes or extra pair of -must have long pants (jeans)
-hiking boots (if available) or
Please DO NOT bring the following items:
Cellular Phones – I will have my cell phone on me at all times. As well, Timberline Ranch has pay phones that the students will be allowed to use if they need to get in touch with their parents. No students will be allowed to take pictures with their phone. Only adults will take the photos and they will be shared at a later date.
- Any electronic equipment
- Candy and junk food
The one obvious question that comes to mind is that most children now have their camera through their iPod or cell phone. If that is your child’s only camera, then they are allowed to bring that along. Please let your children know, however, that they are not to text nor play electronic games while at camp
Identification of Items
It is most important that you do not lose clothing or other possessions. All personal items and equipment should, therefore, have your name and preferably the school’s name as well, clearly marked on each item. It would also be beneficial to make a list of items taken so that it is possible to recheck the equipment once your child has returned home.
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