Math: Comparing numbers worksheet
Science: 4.2 Motion Review Sheet
Study all notes
Quiz on Friday
You will need to bring graph paper to class tomorrow. We will be graphing ordered pairs and using the distance formula or the pythagorean theorem to find the distance between two points. You can print it off using the link on my blog for graph paper.
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, work on the Snail Activity. Ch 1 Test on Tues 9/23.
4th block – Remind code: @stoneblk4 If needed, finish the Snail Activity. Ch 1 Test on Tues 9/23.
7th block – Remind code: @stoneblk7 Ch 1 Test on Friday 9/19.
Block 1 – Complete FDP Chart (Show all work)
Block 2 – Complete Decimal-Percent Chart (Show all work)
Block 3 – Review Notes
ALL CLASSES: 6.1 and 6.2 Assessment 9/30
Block 3: IN p. 6 Red book p. 615 Lesson 10-5 #1,5,9,13,18,22,26,30 Fill in the chart we made in class today. Don’t forget to reduce the fractions if necessary.
Blocks 1 & 2: Study over your notes on ratios and percents, decimals, and fractions.
- Wellness Tip of the Day - Vary your meals. When the cafeteria has your favorite foods daily it can be easy to return to those old favorites every day. Changing up your diet from day to day is an important part of good nutrition so take advantage of the variety of selections available to you.
- JV Field Hockey - The JV Field Hockey game has been canceled for today.
- Theatre- There will be no theatre competition team today, Wednesday 9/17. You will have it tomorrow. No theater today.
- SCA - Meeting today, Wednesday 9/17 in room 203.
- Guidance- Any student in grades 9-11 who is interested in the medical field and attending the National Youth Leadership forum on medicine should e-mail Ms. Cruey to be nominated. Her e-mail is located on guidance website. Just click on her name.
- Girls Volleyball- Congratulations to the JV Girls volleyball team on their victory over King’s Fork last night. The Warriors took the match by winning the first two games 25-19 and 25-16 sets. The win came from a great team effort by all the girls. Volleyball will be in action once again at Hickory High on Thursday!!
- FCCLA - Attention!!! FCCLA is sponsoring an Ice Cream Social for old and potential new FCCLA members… after school, Thursday, 8/18/14. Members are free, ( membership is only $20.. free t-shirt and opportunity to travel to competitions) potential members – there is a $2.00 charge. Make reservation by Wednesday. See either Mrs. Karadeema or Mrs. Creekmur.
- TSA - There will be a TSA meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 23 from 3:15 – 3:45 in the communications Lab. You will need to provide you own transportation.
- Basketball - Boys Basketball conditioning today, Wednesday 9/17 from 3:30 – 5:30.
- SYATP stands for See You At The Pole- See You at the Pole is an annual gathering at the flagpole. Join us on September 24th at 7:50 at the flagpole for worship, prayer and doughnuts. For more information see Trinity Torres or Christian Torres. We hope to see you there!!
- 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.
- Homecoming - Applications are in! Any SENIOR young lady interested in applying to be a candidate for homecoming queen can pick up an application from either Mrs. Rountree, in the engineering lab, or Ms. Gordon, in room 200
- NRHS Swim Team- Conditioning for the NR Swim Team will held after school from 3:20 till 4:45 every Monday and Wednesday. Please see Jordan Stockman or Michael Betts for more info.
- FBLA- Be part of Future Business Leaders of America!! FBLA’S first meeting will be held today, September 16 at 3:15 in Rm. 121. Everyone is invited to attend to see what FBLA is all about… FBLA- Because every leader has to start somewhere.
- BETA- The first BETA meeting will be held Thursday, September 18th at 3:00 in Ms. Hatfield’s room 111. All senior BETA members should be present. Snacks will be provided!!
- Anime Club- The first Anime club meeting is being held on Thursday, September 18th in Ms. Newsome’s room 103. If you like Anime Manga and Japanese Culture feel free to join this exciting club. Make sure to provide your own transportation.
(INp.12) Complete the Percent, decimal, fraction chart. Remember to reduce the fractions.
Multiplication Test Friday. Study!
1. Parts of Speech Quiz – If you missed the quiz, see me for a make-up time.
2. “The Bass, The River, and Sheila Mant” Class work – In complete sentences, explain the elements of the story that fit into each part of the plot. (Pg. 31) This is a class work assignment. (You can copy the answer I gave for exposition.)
exposition– The story “The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mant” takes place during one summer of the early 1960’s in the north-eastern United States. The narrator, a fourteen-year-old boy, is interested in Sheila Mant, a seventeen-year-old girl. He is also interested in fishing.
3. We issued Inactive Readers to each student with the following instructions:
Write your name and block in the inside cover of the Holt Interactive Reader. You will take it home to complete homework assignments.
The next story you will read today is on pages 18 through 28. The story is “Everyday Use.”
You may write in the Readers, so underline or highlight key words or details as you read.
4. Homework – “Everyday Use” Homework
Write a paragraph to explain the main conflict, climax, and resolution of the story “Everyday Use”. Include the words conflict, climax, and resolution in your paragraph.
Week of 9-22-14
Please keep all HW pages in their books (don’t tear anything out). Also, Reading Logs have been put into HW notebooks for the weekend read-20 minutes each on Saturday and Sunday.
|o SOLs: 2.5, 2.6, 2.8 c,d, 2.9 e,f||o SOL: 2.12 Narratives||o SOL: 2.4 Skip Counting/ Even & Odd||o SOL: 2.3 Matter||o SOL 2.12 Government & Diversity|
Mon- Spelling Activity, Math pages 73-76
Tues-Spelling Activity, Reading pages 17-20
Wed- Spelling Activity, Math pages 74-80
Thurs-Spelling Activity, Study for Spelling Test
Fri- Read for 20 minutes on Saturday and Sunday-record on reading log
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Home Access Center
SCHEDULE UPDATE (9-11-14):
- In Progress: Technology staff is rolling out this new software for 1,000 teachers and 14,000 students. Teachers are working diligently to initiate their gradebooks during the first week of school.
- Parents will receive an email from the school principal explaining how to activate their Home Access Center account. Check back here to see what date those emails are sent.
- For those without submitted emails, the school principal will then contact those parents asking for the information needed to create a Home Access Center account.
- September 4 – Forest Glen Middle School, John F. Kennedy Middle School, and John Yeates Middle School
- September 5 - King’s Fork Middle School, King’s Fork High School, Lakeland High School, and Nansemond River High School
- September 8 – Booker T. Washington Elementary School, and Hillpoint Elementary School
- September 9 - Driver Elementary, Florence Bowser Elementary, Kilby Shores Elementary, Mack Benn, Jr. Elementary, and Oakland Elementary
- September 10 - Creekside Elementary
- Barring technical issues, the Home Access Center should be available during the second week of school … but only to parents who submitted a valid email address at the end of last school year.
Starting in September 2014, Suffolk Public Schools will be using a different gradebook program.
Home Access Center (HAC) is an online application which allows parents and guardians to view student academic information and communicate with teachers. The resource provides 24/7 access in real-time.
Access to HAC:
- The district will generate user accounts.
- Login information will be communicated at the beginning of the 2014-2015 school year to those parents that sent a valid email address at the end of last school year.
- The login screen will be accessible from the SPS website. That date will be announced here.
Link here for details on the new HOME ACCESS CENTER, which will allow parents to access their children’s grades.
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The Lakeland High School 2014 Homecoming is Friday, September 26, 2014!
Spirit Week – September 22 – 26, 2014
Since this year marks the 25th Anniversary of Lakeland High School, the Spirit Week theme is “Throw Back to the 90′s”:
Monday, September 22 – 1990′s Music Day
Tuesday, September 23 – 1990′s Sports Day
Wednesday, September 24 – 1990′s Movie/TV Day
Thursday, September 25 – Birthday Day
Friday, September 26 – Spirit Day (wear your blue and white!)
Homecoming Voting will take place Thursday, September 18 and Friday, September 19 for Homecoming Court candidates.
Attention 8th Graders and 7th Grade Pre-Algebra students! The PSAT is coming! It will be held on October 15th, 2014. Registration is now open until September 26th. Click here for more information. If interested, please contact Ms. Cobb in our Guidance Department.
On Saturday, September 13, 2014, the FCCLA students of Lakeland High School worked jointly with the Retired Teachers of Suffolk in a Canned Food Drive for the Suffolk Salvation Army. The collection was held at WalMart on Main Street from 8:00 am until 2:00 pm. Thirteen students participated along with both FCCLA advisers, Mr. Lawrence Strauss and Mrs. Phyllis Elmore. The students collected over 500 pounds of canned goods.
The Elements of Plot
Plot: The structure of a story. This is the format that all stories, movies, and TV
There are 5 parts to plot:
The exposition is the beginning of a story. This part of any plot includes information about characters and their situation.
- Authors provide readers with key background information.
o We learn about the characters
o We learn about the setting
o We may learn a little about the conflict before it is fully introduced
Rising action begins with the introduction of conflicts.
- Main events in the story begin to occur.
- The action rises and grows in suspense as the action intensifies
- The characters work to try to resolve the conflict as they work towards the climax of the story
The climax is the turning point of the story.
- The moment where the main character acts in such a way that the plot changes direction.
- The character may change in some way (become a dynamic character).
- The character may make a decision that directly leads to the resolution of the conflict.
All action following the climax is referred to as “falling action.”
- Main events are the actions the character has to do to solve the problem now that they know the solution or the action that just leads to the resolution.
The conclusion of the story is the resolution. This is the end of the story.
- The story’s conflicts are resolved.
- The conflict may be resolved in a positive way for the main character -OR-
- The conflict may be resolved in such a way that there is an ending, but not in favor of the main character.
Dr. Crosby’s 5th Grade Weekly Homework Sheet Week Of: September 15-19
Monday Read for 20 min
Complete September Reading Log
1 appetizer, main course, and dessert
Math Workbook p 44
Writing: Contractions: Write?sentences using the contractions for each word pair below. See the example.
I will, I have, would not, should not, it will, will not, did not, they have, I am, can not, where did, you have, they are, they have, could not, you have
He shouldn’t have gone outside in the rain. (should not) Sound Project Due Sept 26, Additional info on my Blog Where Should I go?
Study for quiz on Tuesday- location and Characteristics of Regions.
Science Project due Sep 26
Read for 20 min
Complete September Reading Log
Math Workbook p 39
Writing: Circle the subject and underline complete predicate for each sentence.
1. The computer booted up on the first try.
2. Timothy caused a lot of trouble for his teammates during the big game.
3. Japan exports many cars and trucks.
4. Lauren took some aspirin for her headache.
Read for 20 min
Math Workbook p 68
Writing:These compound words are mixed up – can you sort them out? Write the correct compound word on the back.
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Social Studies: Rivers Crossword
Study map of the rivers, Quiz on Friday( location)
Read for 20 min
Reading Selection Test on Friday
Math Workbook p 69
Writing: Write the correct possessive noun to show each belonging:
Example: The ball belongs to the boys : the boys’ ball?
1. The car belongs to the man
2. The books belong to the students.
3. The candy belongs to Jessica.
4. The mess belongs to the dogs.
DOL Quiz Friday
Instrument Project Presentation Page
1. What is the name of your instrument invention? ____________________________(5 points)
2. Tell the name or names of anyone who helped you with your project. (5 points
3. List what materials you used to create your instrument. (5 points)
4. Write the name of the instrument family to which your instrument belongs. Spell your answer correctly. Brass Family, Woodwind Family, String Family, or Percussion Family (5 points)
5. How does your instrument produce sound? (Use complete sentences).
Examples: I buzz my lips into a mouthpiece to produce sound on my brass family instrument. I blow air into a mouthpiece to produce sound on my woodwind family instrument. I strike my instrument with a mallet to produce sound on my percussion family instrument. I strum or pick the strings to produce sound on my string family instrument. (10 points)
6. Describe how your instrument makes high and low pitches. (Use complete sentences). For help with this, read the page entitled, “Instrument Facts and Suggested Materials.” Find the paragraph that describes the instrument family to which your instrument belongs. State how the length, weight, thickness, or tightness of an object affects how fast or slow the object vibrates. Example for a string instrument: Long, thick, loosely stretched strings vibrate slowly. Short, thin, tightly stretched strings vibrate faster. (10 points)
7. Fast vibrations result in __________ pitches and slow vibrations create _______ pitches. (5 points)
8. Tell what you enjoyed about creating your instrument. (Use complete sentences). (5points)
Name ____________________________________________ Date ___________ Period ___
Where Shall I Go?
1. I have always wanted to be a farmer. I don’t have much money, so I’ll need a place where there is good access to rivers on low land. I need natural resources that are good for farming. Where shall I go?
2. I am a geologist. I’m hoping to take some pictures of glaciers for my collection. I might even want to take pictures of rock formations. Where shall I go?
3. I’m interested in learning about mountain climbing, but I’ve never done it before. I’m in decent shape, but I’m not up to a really tough climb. Where shall I go?
4. I’m a mountain climber too, but I’m experienced, and I like a challenge. I’d like to climb up and rappel down. I like variety! Where shall I go?
5. I’ve heard the Pacific Coast Highway is beautiful. I’d love to see the ocean and the mountains at the same time. Where shall I go?
6. I am an experienced boat builder. I want to find a place where I can work building ships or repairing them in a natural harbor. Where shall I go?
7. I am a farmer who has developed a special wheat that grows where it’s dry. I want to test it out, but I need flat dry land with a dry climate. Where shall I go?
8. Write your own for the region that is missing!
Reading Log & Response Menu
Directions: Choose an appetizer, main course, and dessert. Complete one activity from each section on the following page.
• Personality Poppers
Who is the main character? Write five descriptive words about the main character’s personality and explain why you chose those words using evidence from the text to support your thinking.
• Word Choice Wraps
Choose three examples of amazing word choice- write the sentences and the page numbers.
• Background Knowledge Biscuits (Nonfiction)
What do you already know about this topic? Write down 3-4 facts.
• Summary Sandwich
Write a summary of the chapter(s) you read. Include the character, setting & main events.
• Character Pot Pie
• Make a Venn Diagram to compare and contrast two characters in your book. How are they similar? How are they different? Include at least 3 bullet points in each section.
• Text Feature Tacos (Nonfiction)
What text features do you notice in the book? List 3-5 and tell how they help explain the information.
• Prediction Pudding
What do you think is going to happen next? Why do you think that?
• Connection Cake
Write three connections you have made to the story (T-S, T-T and/or T-W). Describe why you made the connection and how it helped you understand the story more.
• Lingering Questions Lollipops (Nonfiction)
What questions do you still have about your topic? What new questions came up during your reading? Write 2-3 questions you still have.