Thursday, February 26, 2015

Friday, March 6, 2015

SCIENCE: Study all of chapter one in the motion text (pp. 4-25, gravity packet, entries 14-16) for a test on MONDAY! 

Thursday, March 5, 2015

SCIENCE: Finish the Gravity Directed Reading packet-due tomorrow.

Math 8:  No Homework

PARCC Math 8 PBA #1 is Friday morning, March 6th.

IAG1 Math:  Complete packet "Rigid Transformations" by Monday.

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

SCIENCE: Read pgs. 16-25 and complete the Gravity Directed Reading packet-due Friday.

Math 8:    Review for Unit Test "Say It With Symbols"

IAG1 Math:  Turn in graphing calculator with your name on it for PARCC Test.

PARCC IAG1 MATH #1 test is Thursday, March 5th, 1:00-

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

SCIENCE: Complete the "Acceleration Calculations" side of homework worksheet.  Please SHOW ALL WORK!!!!

Math 8:  Review Power Point for Unit Test

IAG1 MATH:   Review Geometry concepts for Wednesday's quiz

Monday, March 2, 2015

SCIENCE: Complete the "Determining Speed" side of the homework worksheet.  Please SHOW ALL WORK!!!

Math 8:  p. 57, #18-23  (Solve for x.)
  The rest of the homework this week is to study for the unit test.  Review attached powerpoint, "Say It With Symbols"
  Unit Test : Thursday

PARCC ELA #3 for Hackblock is Tuesday, March 3rd from 9:30-10:45

IAG1 MATH:    Complete Rotation Packet

Monday, February 23, 2015

Friday, February 27, 2015

SCIENCE: Our Life Science Post SGM will be Monday, March 2.  There is no need to study for this test as it will not go in the gradebook. Enjoy the weekend.

MATH 8:  1st and 2nd period.  Complete Take Home quiz.

IAG1 MATH:    p. 422, #28-36  Review problems and worksheet from class

Thursday, February 26, 2015

SCIENCE: We will start our short physics unit today.  Make sure you have ENTRY #14 complete ( read pp. 3-9 and complete the 3 "Math Focus" problems on p. 6 and #3-11 on p. 9) and bring your covered Forces, Motion and Energy text to class.

MATH 8:  p. 40,  #22, 29, 30

IAG1 MATH:  p. 418, #13, 14

SOCIAL STUDIES: Paragraph on Washington:  How did Washington help to create a stronger federal government?