Quiz this Friday

circleterms[1]SOL 5.9 (Circles and Circumference)

Please study all notes, from notebook, on the parts of a circle and how to find the circumference

  • Chord, Diameter, Radius, Circumference, Radii, Center
  • C=3.14 x diameter
  • C=3.14 x radius x 2
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Homework & Information Wed 10/1

Sign up for Remind. Check it out on remind.com. Use this phone number: (757) 809-2118, and use the code for your class (see below).

2nd block – Remind code: @stoneblk2  If needed, finish p151 #1-5. HW due Tues 10/7: Research your assigned biomolecule group using Ch 6 section 3 in your textbook. Find the elements used, examples (not food), draw the structure, and list functions. Biochemistry Quiz on Tues 10/7.

4th block – Remind code: @stoneblk4  No homework.

7th block – Remind code: @stoneblk7  No homework.

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Parallel lines/ Transversal and Angles Relationships

We will be discussing Parallel lines and Transversal and the relationship of angles on next class. I would like for you to define the following terms:

 

Parallel Lines, Skew Lines, Parallel Planes, Transversal, Alternate interior angles, Same-side angles, Corresponding angles, Supplementary angles, Complementary angles, Right angles, Straight angles, Acute angles, Obtuse angles, Scalene Angles, Obtuse angles, Equilateral angles, Adjacent angles, Vertical angles, Exterior angles of a polygon, and remote interior angles.  You must use flash cards to define them with the word on one side and the definition on the other side.

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HW-OCT 1

  • HATCHET TEST TOMORROW, OCT 2
  • READ FOR AT LEAST 20 MINUTES; UPDATE READING LOG
  • MAKE SURE HATCHET PACKET IS UP TO DATE (PAGES 1-9)
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HATCHET NOTES

CLICK ON THE LINK TO REVIEW NOTES ON PLOT AND CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT FOR HATCHET.

PLOT AND CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT

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October Character Trait

  • The character education emphasis for October is Responsibility, which is defined as being accountable for your actions.
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JYMS Family Fitness Night

Featuring Guest Speaker, former baseball pro,

WAYNE GOMES!!!!

FFN2

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October- Fitbit Monthly Challenge

october monthly challenge

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Break the Habit- Smoking Cessation Program

break the habit

break the habit info

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October 1, 2014

Block 2: INp. 16 Red Book p. 246 #11-20

Block 3: INp. 14 Red Book p. 242 #15-24

All Blocks: Progress Reports will be distributed tomorrow 10/1/14 due to computer issues today.

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Pan-Roasted Chicken Cutlets with Maple-Mustard Dill Sauce

http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/pan-roasted-chicken-cutlets-with-maple-mustard-dill-sauce-10000001545712/

 

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September 30/ October 1

  1. Verbs – Action and Linking
    1. Action verbs express a physical or mental action: shout, jump, run, think, believe, guess
    2. Linking verbs connect the subject to a word or word group that identifies or describes the subject: am, is, was, became, grow, feel, seem
    3. Place the following verbs in one of the categories below: is, was, think, jump, grow, seem, smell, shout, feel, were, sound, guess. (four in each category!)
      1. Action Only –
      2. Action and Linking –
      3. Linking Only
    4. The verbs may be action or linking:   grow, smell, feel, sound , appear, look, stay, taste, turn, remain
    5. Class work – Linking and Action Verbs
      1. Choose any five of the verbs from the previous slide, and use each first as a linking verb in a sentence, and then use each as an action verb.
      2. Example:

1. The students grew sleepy as they read the story. (L)

Mr. Wilson grew tomatoes in his garden. (A)

  1. Read “To Build a Fire” – Read “To Build a Fire”, pg 80 in the textbook. The story is on page 34 of your Interactive Reader.
  2. Homework – On your own paper, complete the Vocabulary Practice (pg 54) and the Assessment Practice (Pg 55) from your Interactive Reader. Do not bring me the ripped out pages from the workbook!
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Homework- Sept. 29- Oct. 3

Science- Daily Review #5

Social Studies- Daily Review # 4- Study notes for a quiz on the Water Features on Friday.

Reading- Selection#4

Writing- Complete 3 Journal topics

Math-  Mon.-  P.441-# 6-9 Stem and Leaf Plots and 459- Set C

Tues.-  P. 442- # 10 and 11- Make up two questions concerning data on Plots

Wed.-  P.  456- # 4 & 5,  P. 457-7 & 9 and VA Handbook P. 61- Measures of Center

Thurs.-  P.  438-  # 13 & 14- Make Line Graphs

 

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Oct. 1, 2014

(INp.28) (red)  p.606 lesson 6-5 #1-12

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NPES joins Norfolk Tides/Admirals reading program

For the third year in a row, NPES is participating in the Norfolk Tides/Norfolk Admirals reading program.  2nd through 5th graders who make their AR reading goal the first 9 weeks will receive a Tides/Admirals book mark that can be used for several free tickets to Tides/ Admirals games.  Early Start and Kindergarten are also participating by reading 10 books in the month of October.  Keep reading NPES!

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Homework- 29 Sept.- 3 Oct.

Daily-Review-4-Sept.29 Friends-at-the-River-reading-4 Sept.29 Science-Daily-Review-5 Sept.29

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Tuesday, October 1

Block 1 – Review Models

Block 2 – Complete INBp43 (Textbook page 102 #5-12)

Block 3 – Complete INBp53 (Textbook p108 #12-19)

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Daily Announcments 10/1

  • Wellness Tip of the Day - Don’t skip meals.  With so much to do, its easy to forget eating and run off to class or activities.  Don’t skip meals.  Set up foods you can eat on the run so you’ll have the energy to keep going.
  • FBLA- will be hosting a car wash fundraiser this Saturday at the Walgreen’s on Bridge and Shoulders’ Hill Road. Car wash is from 9-2 so please come out and support the FBLA.  FBLA members come and help wash some cars to raise money!!  All staff and students are encouraged to support FBLA by bringing us your cars, parent’s cars and friend’s cars to be washed for a donation.
  • FBLA- Field trip permission slips for the Fall Regional Leadership Conference are now available in Mr. Bartholomew’s room.  Signed permission slips are to be turned in no later than Friday, October 10th.  Stop by Rm.121 to pick up your form.
  • VOICE-  Any VOICE member interested in running for treasurer or publicist, please have a speech ready on October 7.  Check Mrs. Lynn’s blog for more information.
  • Girl’s Volleyball- Congratulation to the girls volleyball team on their 3-0 victory over Denbigh High last night.  Key players included Camryn Holt with 28 kills and 35 assists.  Courtney Delucia with 5 serving aces and 5 kills and Morgan Lowers with 32 kills.  We will be traveling to Hertiage on Thursday.
  • Boy’s Volleyball-  Congrats to the boys volletballover their win with Denbigh High School in 3 sets- 25-18,  25-22 and 25-22.  Malcolm Nurse had 12 kills. Zack McCarthy had 8 kills.  Devontrez Wallace had 17 assist.
  • Clinic – the clinic will be closed today.  Emergencies please go to the main office.
  • 24th Annual Nansemond River Warrior Band Day- is Saturday October 4th!  Gates open @ 4:00 and there will be 7 area high school bands competing for the title of Grand Champion!!  Plus, we will have exhibition performance from The Virginia State University Marching Trojans and The Livingstone University Marching Quiet Storm.  Tickets are $ 7.00 in advance and 10.00 at the gate.  Tickets go on sale tomorrow in the cafeteria during all lunch shifts.
  • Anime Club- will be Thursday, October 2 in room 125 (Mr. Bunch’s room).  Please provide your own transportation.
  • Bus Route - Students that ride Rts 864 & 872 will have a different bus and bus driver beginning on Monday.  The bus you will ride will still be in the same slot.
  • HOSA - Health Occupation Students of America will have a meeting Thursday, October 2 at 3:00 pm in the agriculture room. If you are interested in being a member of HOSA please attend this planning session.
  • Attendance office -  Students, when you are absent please make sure to bring in your excuse notes to the front office and place them in the excuse box n the front counter!  Make sure your first and last name is on the note.
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September 26/29

  1. Parts of Speech Test
    1. See me for a make-up time
  2. “Harrison Bergeron” Class work –
    1. This is a class work assignment.       Explain, in complete sentences, the parts of the plot for “Harrison Bergeron” (Pg 38). Write at least two sentences per part:

exposition – setting, time frame, characters

conflict – internal and external problems

complications – make the conflicts harder

climax – most interesting point of the conflict or the turning point

resolution – the conflict ends

denouement – the “unraveling” of the story; the result of the conflict

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Interim Reports

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Progress reports for the 1st nine weeks will be issued to students by their homeroom teacher on Thursday, October 2nd.

 

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