Week of November 13-17, 2017

Students will have homework Monday-Thursday.  In Language Arts, students will be working on  the main idea for Reading, Raz-Kids Plus and/or writing a complete sentence daily. We will have a spelling test on Friday, so students should review their spelling words daily at home. Students will have a spelling word activity daily (i.e. write their spelling words in their agenda, write their spelling words three times daily,  review definition, write a sentence, place spelling words in ABC order, and study spelling words with a student or adult daily). Students should read for at least 20 minutes every evening at home. In math, we will focus on basic math skills (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division math problems) on IXL, MobyMax, and the Saxon Program and basic algebra equations. Our students will also work one variable math problems. Students will work on basic math skills daily. In social studies, we will be working on the people and culture in Africa.  In science, we will be working on the Sun and Biomes. Our school will have a Cool Cat Party on Friday. Cobb County Schools will be closed for Thanksgiving Break November 20-24, 2017.

Week of November 6-10, 2017

Students do not report to school on Tuesday since it is a Student Holiday in Cobb County. We will have homework Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday.  Language Arts students will be working on answering reading comprehension questions on Reading A-Z and/or writing a complete sentence daily. We will have a spelling test on Friday, so students should review their spelling words daily at home. Students will have a spelling word activity daily (i.e. write their spelling words in their agenda, write their spelling words three times daily,  review definition, write a sentence, place spelling words in ABC order, and study spelling words with a student or adult daily). Students should read for at least 20 minutes every evening at home. In math, we will focus on basic math skills (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division math problems) on IXL, MobyMax, and the Saxon Program and basic algebra equations. Our students will also work one variable math problems. Students will work on basic math skills daily. In social studies, we will be working on the animals and culture in Africa.  In science, we will be working on the Earth and Biomes.

Week of October 30-November 3, 2017

In Language Arts, students will continue working on answering contextual clue questions, comprehension questions and/or writing a complete sentence daily. We will have a spelling test on Friday, so students should review their spelling words daily at home. Students will have a spelling word activity daily (i.e. write their spelling words in their agenda, write their spelling words three times daily,  review definition, write a sentence, place spelling words in ABC order, and study spelling words with a student or adult daily).We will have homework Monday-Thursday. Students should read for at least 20 minutes every evening at home. In math, we will focus on basic math skills (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division math problems) on IXL, MobyMax, and the Saxon Program and basic algebra equations. Our students will also work one variable math problems. Students will work on basic math skills daily. In social studies, we will be working on the locating different places in Africa.  In science, we will continue working on Biomes.

Week of October 23-27, 2017

We will have homework Monday-Thursday. Students should read for at least 20 minutes every evening at home. In math, we will focus on basic math skills (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division math problems) on IXL, MobyMax, and the Saxon Program. Our students will also work one variable math problems. Students will work on basic math skills daily. In social studies, we will continue working on the five regions (Ridge and Valley, Appalachian, Blue Ridge, Piedmont, and Coastal Plain) of Georgia.  In science, we will be working on Biomes. In Language Arts, students will continue working on answering contextual clue questions, comprehension questions and/or writing a complete sentence daily. We will have a spelling test on Friday, so students should review their spelling words daily at home. Students will have a spelling word activity daily (i.e. write their spelling words in their agenda, write their spelling words three times daily,  review definition, write a sentence, place spelling words in ABC order, and study spelling words with a student or adult daily).

Week of October 16-20, 2017 (Conference Week)

Since this week is Conference Week for middle schools in Cobb County, our students will be released at 1:30 p.m. this week.  We will have a spelling test on Friday, so students should review their spelling words daily at home. Students will have a spelling word activity daily (i.e. write their spelling words in their agenda, write their spelling words three times daily,  review definition, write a sentence, place spelling words in ABC order, and study spelling words with a student or adult daily).In math, we will focus on basic math skills (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division math problems) on IXL, MobyMax, and the Saxon Program. Our students will also work one variable math problems. Students will work on basic math skills daily. In social studies, we will continue working on the five regions (Ridge and Valley, Appalachian, Blue Ridge, Piedmont, and Coastal Plain) of Georgia.  In science, we will continue working on the six kingdoms (Plants, Animals, Protists, Fungi, Archaebacteria, Eubacteria) daily. In Language Arts, students will continue working on answering contextual clue questions, comprehension questions and/or writing a complete sentence daily. We will have homework Monday-Thursday.Students should read for at least 20 minutes every evening at home.

Week of October 9-13, 2017

We will have homework Monday-Thursday. In math, we will focus on basic math skills (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division math problems) on IXL, MobyMax, and the Saxon Program. Our students will also work one variable math problems. Students will work on basic math skills daily. In social studies, we will be working on the five regions (Ridge and Valley, Appalachian, Blue Ridge, Piedmont, and Coastal Plain) of Georgia.  In science, we will be working on the six kingdoms (Plants, Animals, Protists, Fungi, Archaebacteria, Eubacteria) daily. In Language Arts, students will continue working on answering contextual clue questions, comprehension questions and/or writing a complete sentence daily. We will have a spelling test on Friday, so students should review their spelling words daily at home. Students will have a spelling word activity daily (i.e. write their spelling words in their agenda, write their spelling words three times daily,  review definition, write a sentence, place spelling words in ABC order, and study spelling words with a student or adult daily). Students should read for at least 20 minutes every evening at home.

Week of October 2-5, 2017

We will have a spelling test on Friday, so students should review their spelling words daily at home. We will have homework Monday-Thursday. In math, we will focus on addition and subtraction math skills on IXL, MobyMax, and Saxon . In social studies, we will be working on the five regions of Georgia. In science, we will be working on potential and kinetic energy. We will also review physical and chemical changes in science. In Language Arts, students will continue working on answering literal reading comprehension questions on IXL and writing a complete sentence on MobyMax. Students should read for at least 20 minutes every evening.

Week of September 18-22, 2017

We will have homework Monday-Thursday. In math, we will continue to focus on basic math skills on IXL. In social studies, we will be working on the three branches of government and the regions of Georgia. In science, we will be working on physical and chemical changes. In Language Arts, students will be working on answering literal reading comprehension questions on ReadWorks and writing a complete sentence on MobyMax. Students should read for at least 20 minutes every evening.  We will have a spelling test on Friday, so students should review their spelling words daily at home. Next week, Cobb County Schools will be on Fall Break so our schools will be closed.

Week of September 13-15, 2017

We will have a spelling test on Friday, so students should review their spelling words daily at home (this will be their homework assignment  on Wednesday and Thursday). In math, we will continue to focus on algebra equations and basic math skills on IXL. In social studies, we will be working on local government. In science, we will be working on energy. Students will continue working on their Brigance Assessments. In Language Arts, students will be working on answering literal reading comprehension questions on ReadWorks and writing a complete sentence on MobyMax. Students will also continue working on nouns and verbs. Students should read for at least 20 minutes every evening.

Week of September 5-8, 2017

In math, we will focus on algebra equations and basic math skills. In social studies, we will be working on local government. In science, we will be working on energy. Students should read for at least 20 minutes every evening. We will have a spelling test on Friday, so students should review their spelling words daily at home. Students will have homework Tuesday-Thursday. Students will continue working on their Brigance Assessments. In Language Arts, students will be working on answering literal reading comprehension questions on ReadWorks and writing a complete sentence on MobyMax. Students will also continue working on nouns and verbs.