Click on the link below to learn about finding slope and y-intercept on Khan Academy:

Click on the link below to learn about finding slope and y-intercept on Khan Academy:

Next Wednesday, * March 14th*, is a special Math day. It is

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 14** - Ancient Greek Mathematician, Archimedes, was one of the first scholars to calculate pi
- Einstein wrote his first scientific paper when he was 16 years old
- The last digit of pi cannot be calculated
- Einstein received the Nobel Prize in 1921
- Pi has been calculated to 22 trillion digits so far
- Einstein’s brain was stolen after his death
- The number one (1) occurs in the first 100,000 digits of pi a total of 10, 137 times

You want to memorize as many digits in Pi as possible! If you get the farthest in your class, you get a really cool prize!!

There will be a test on the current unit next Thursday, March 15th in all classes.

Pre-Algebra: Slope and y-intercept

7th Grade Math: Lesson 10 in READY – Proportional Relationships

All classes have been assigned 50 minutes on Khan Academy. Please log in to Khan Academy and continue working on those skills attached to your NWEA RIT score. All assignments are due Monday, February 26th. The assignment is worth 5 summative points.

Click on the link below for a fun Math game:

Enjoy your break! Stay warm, stay safe!

All students in Pre-Algebra classes will have a test on Chapter 6 on Wednesday, February 14th.

All students in my 7th grade Math classes will have a test on Lesson 9 in the READY Math book.

Look over the Math formulas and practice the questions in the book. Please email me with any questions that you might have!

GOOD LUCK!

Due to the severe weather headed our way all Dearborn Public Schools will be closed on Friday, February 9, 2018.

Please log into Ten Marks and do your Math assignments. Also, the “No One Eats Alone Day” will be rescheduled for next Wednesday….Valentine’s Day!

Enjoy the day! Stay warm, stay safe!!!!

All middle school students will be dismissed at 11:05 tomorrow and Monday. There are no after school activities both days.

All classes will be NWEA testing tomorrow, Tuesday, January 9th and Wednesday, January 10th. Please make sure that your children are in bed at a decent hour and please make sure that they eat a healthy breakfast in the morning. Students are allowed to bring in a healthy snack to eat during testing.

Thank you!

1. 80 minutes on Khan Academy to practice his/her skills for the upcoming NWEA test.

2. the other assignment is called FROSTED FRIENDSHIP and it involves connecting consecutive points with straight lines on a coordinate plane. They are to attach the completed SNOWMAN to a tissue box (Kleenex).

WISHING YOU ALL A JOYOUS HOLIDAY SEASON AND A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR!!!!