January 14, 2020

Our Mid-Term exam will be January 15th

Please look over your study and your notes from today!


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December 20, 2019

Enjoy your Holiday Break!

We will have NWEA testing on the Wednesday and Thursday that we come back from break, January 8th and 9th.

To prepare, please complete the following IXLs which will be graded: R.1, R.4, R.8, V.2, R.5, S.5, S.1, X.2, X.1, R.6

Again, enjoy your Holiday Break! 🙂


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December 16, 2019

Today we worked on the following IXLs: G1, G2, G4, U2

Tomorrow is Quiz #8


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December 13, 2019

Quiz #8 will be on Tuesday December 17th, please complete your study guide!

Our poster activity/ review is due on Monday (15 points)

Enjoy your weekend!


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December 5, 2019

Students reviewed area, reviewed with IXL and were given a study guide for Quiz #7

The IXL’s we worked on were: L1, L3, C2 and C3 (6th grade)


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November 26, 2019

Students took Quiz #6.

Students will continue to divide fractions upon return form Thanksgiving break.

Please complete the following IXl’s: i5, L2, L5, L7


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October 22, 2019

Students continued to work with ratios and rates.

This week we will do review to get ready for this week’s quiz.


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October 14, 2019

Students will continue to work with ratios and rates.

This week, students will have Quiz #3 on Wednesday!


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October 04, 2019

Students reviewed the coordinate plane this week as well as equivalent ratios.

Quiz #2 will be on Tuesday. Here is the study guide.

Have a great weekend!


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September 23, 2019

Today, we carefully went over a study guide to review for tomorrow’s quiz on defining ratios.

Tomorrow will be Quiz #1!

We will also create a frayer model and review vocabulary for our next lessons on equivalent ratios.


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