Yes, that’s right. Summer is officially over and the fall season has begun. Although it is still bright and sunny outdoors, fall is here.
With the cooler weather just around the corner, please be sure to have a light sweater or hoodie in your locker, just in case the temperatures in our classroom gets cooler.
Just a reminder……Wednesday, September 25th is TEST day in all classes on Lesson 1.
Please make sure that your child gets plenty of rest and sleep over the next several days, as he/she will be NWEA testing in Math class beginning Wednesday, September 11th.
Research studies have proven that a lack of sleep negatively affects performance on tests. Research also suggests that eating a healthy breakfast positively impacts test results.
Please reinforce the importance of performing well on standardized tests with your child!
Thank you for your support!!
It was an exciting week of school (no homework this week)! However, students were assigned an ALL ABOUT ME assignment to be completed over the long weekend.
Click on the link above and type grow for both your username and password.
Click on the link above to practice with the math tools so that you will be familiar with them on the NWEA test on Tuesday.
Be sure to visit the solutions link on this iBlog’s Home page for the correct answers to the HW questions.
All 7th grade students will be ELA testing on Tuesday, April 30th and Math testing on Wednesday, May 1st. ELA testing will be on Tuesday afternoon, while Math will be Wednesday morning. Prepare yourselves by visiting the link below:
STUDENTS….. you may sleep in an extra hour tomorrow, as school begins an hour later! Be sure to set your alarm for an hour later and be sure to arrive at your bus stop an hour later than usual, or else you just might not find your bus waiting for you! Be sure to prepare for tomorrow’s test on Lesson 20.
Yes, that’s right, it’s almost here….it’s that time of year; Spring Break is just around the corner.
Students (and teachers) will get a break from March 30th until April 7th!
Then, we’ll be back in school April 8th. M-Step testing will begin April 30th and for seventh graders, that
means they’ll be busy testing for 2 days.
, a special Math day. It is a day to celebrate Math’s most famous number represented by a symbol. The number that Pi represents is irrational March 14th (3.1415…)
We will be learning about Pi and engaging ourselves in many Pi Day activities.
You may want to memorize these fun facts!!
Pi is used to calculate the area and circumference of a circle
Albert Einstein was born in Germany on , 1879 March 14th Ancient Greek Mathematician, Archimedes, was one of the first scholars to calculate pi
It took 1,000 years to prove pi irrational.
The first people to refer to the ratio between the diameter and circumference of a circle were the Ancient Egyptians.
“I prefer pi” is a palindrome.
Albert Einstein was born on Pi Day, 1879.
22/7 is sometimes used to estimate pi.
The first major Pi Day celebration was in 1988
Pi has been calculated past the two quadrillionth digit.
P and pi are both the 16th letters in their alphabets.
You can likely find your phone number in pi.Here’s the site that searches for it:
https://angio.net/pi/. I found mine! And the one that completely blows my mind: 3.14 backwards is PIE!