Monthly Archives: December 2015

Make Up HW

If you owe me work you must make it up over the break.  If I did not give you a paper with your assignments you must check the website.  It is due January 4th or it is a zero.



Finding Solutions in Tables, Graphs, and Equations

Graph the equation on your worksheet.

Finish page 56 #1


Exponential Equations With Decimal Growth Factors

Page 49 (4-8)

Even though you have Art tomorrow I will be checking it.  We will go over it when we come back from break.



Reminder for Make Up Work

There will be no assigned work over December Recess.  However, if you are missing any homework, to receive full credit, all work must be handed in no later than January 4th, 2016.  Any make up work not handed in or given after January 4th will be given zero credit.

Please check the homework board for missing dates.  Be advised that the date indicated is when it was scored.  The assignment date is (for… Continue reading

Homework for the Dec 21-23rd

Hello Students! The following homework will be what you are responsible for from today, Monday, Dec 21st to Wednesday, Dec 23rd.

  1. Work on your Writer’s Workshop piece. A draft of it is due on December 23rd. Make sure the draft is detachable and you can turn it in
  2. Work on your Literary Analysis Essay. A final draft is due on December 23rd.
  3. Read IR for 20-30 mins.

Additionally, your weekly Reading Reflection is due on Friday, December 18th.


Ms. Zhen

Homework 12/21

8th grade – Quiz tomorrow on physics – same as the review sheet

501 – we are finishing the test tomorrow

6th and 7th Grade Homework for 12/21

6th Grade – Finish worksheet on adding and subtracting fractions #1-10

7th Grade – Finish DO Now worksheet, #2-7

Decimal Growth Factors – 3.1

Finish pages 34 – 35 (9-14) if you did not do so over the weekend.


Complete page 48 (2 and 3)



Today’s Notes – 2.4 & HW – Worksheet

thumbnail of Equation Notes 2.4

Here are the notes from today – Lesson 2.4


Tonight’s HW – Finish worksheet from Friday

Social Studies Review Sheet (Quiz Wednesday)

Social Studies Unit 1 Review Sheet

7 Continents

  • Asia
  • Africa
  • North America
  • South America
  • Antarctica
  • Europe
  • Australia


Pangaea: A supercontinent that existed during the late Paleozoic and early Mesozoic eras. It formed approximately 300 million years ago and began to break apart after 100 million years.


Continental Drift: The slow movement of the continents that is caused by the motion of the earth’s crustal plates.


Plate Tectonics: A theory that says that the Earth’s outer layer is… Continue reading

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