See you rested and refreshed Monday!
See you rested and refreshed Monday!
Review Notes, daily.
Due to the recent snow days, we haven’t taken any assessments, therefore, no graded papers will be distributed this week. We will resume distribution next week. If you have any questions, please let me know.
The month of March is officially designated by the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) for the observance of Music In Our Schools Month (MIOSM®), the time of year when music education becomes the focus of schools across the nation. Did you play trumpet, French horn, clarinet, saxophone, trombone, baritone or tuba in middle school? Why not give it another try!! More college scholarships are available for instrumental music than any other extracurricular activity. See your guidance counselor to sign up for a band or orchestra class. The Magnificent Marching Warrior band wants you! Please see Mr. Woodis in the band room for more information. Spring marching band camp will begin on Tuesday, April 14 at 3:10 p.m.
Any students in grades 9 – 11 interested in trying out for the Platinum Dolls Dance squad must pick up an application from Mr. Woodis no later than Friday, March 13. ALL STUDENTS INCLUDING CURRENT BAND MEMBERS MUST TRYOUT IF INTERESTED IN DANCING FOR THE 2015 – 2016 SCHOOL YEAR.
Blocks 6 & 7 – Due by class time on Mon, 3/16/15
Block 1 – Due by class time on Tue, 3/17/15
This project will count as two quiz grades (one grade for each part).
Wellness Tip of the Day - At a Sporting Event? Find a place where you can pace along the sidelines rather than watch from the sitting area.
Practice 4-1, #1-16
Tessellation due 3/9
(INp.34) Complete “Describing Quadrilaterals” attached worksheet.
(INp.33) Finish section “E” and “F”
The 3rd and final benchmark test will be given on April 2. You must master all Sol’s taught this year. Review blue booklets, information in old interactive notebooks and websites that are listed on the board to prepare you for this important test.
Welcome Back AGAIN!
Monday- Complete Homework Sheet, Reading Log,
Tuesday- Complete Homework Sheet, Reading Log, and Measurement Brain Dump
Wednesday- Read and complete your reading log. Study Spelling and Multiplication facts! Study VS7- Test tomorrow!
Thursday- Read and complete your reading log and BOTH SIDES of your Measurement Brain Dump.
This coming Friday March 6th will be Career Day at NPES. It will also be Career Dress-Up Day as well. All students are encouraged to dress up in an outfit that would reflect their possible choice for a career in the future. Please note the following upcoming testing dates for benchmark testing in first grade : March 18th- Math 3rd nine weeks Benchmark , March 24th-Reading Part I, March 25th- Reading Benchmark Part II, March 26- Science Benchmark, and March 30th- History Benchmark.
Reading: Read for 20 minutes each night and review sight words. Sight words are: afraid, how, again, read, few, soon, though, very, want, and shade. Sight word test on Friday.
Spelling- Choose four activities from March word study. Spelling test on Friday. Spelling words are: plan, planned, help, helped, drop, dropped, call, called, ask, asked.
Math- Complete math handout.
Science- We are studying Animals.
Social Studies: We are studying American leaders: George Washington Carver and Eleanor Roosevelt.
You have been assigned 3 Odyssey assignments. To access the Odyssey website, you will use your standard username and password. Make certain that you type in NRHS for the school name when prompted. You can reached the Odyssey website from the Suffolk Public Schools website. It is due on the next class period.
Monday (March 2nd)
MATH: WORKBOOK PG. 169 (1-7)
SCIENCE: READ TEXTBOOK PGS. 376-380 AND ANSWER QUESTIONS (1-6) ON PG. 381
Well, we shall try this again. This week we continue exploring equality and word problems in math. iXL has great practice
sessions to help make this topic more understandable. In reading we continue our search for root
words and vowel patterns. Science will finish plants, while social studies will cover George Washington
Carver and Eleanor Roosevelt.
hmk week 24
Homework for the week of March 2nd-6th-2015
Math: Study: Continue to study fraction textbook page. Guided Practice: Text Pg.257-258
Science: Review Guided notes, on Rotation and Revolution,graded assignment on Tuesday,March 3rd
Reading: AR reading
History: Using your EK: & Textbook, Study the first five presidents of the United States.Project information on the first five presidents of the United States, will be given out on Tuesday, March 3rd
Writing: AR Summaries
Enjoy Warm Weather Spirit Week and help support the Suffolk Education Foundation (SEF)!
Tuesday through Friday, students may pay $1.00 to the SEF fund and enjoy the warm weather fun at Kilby Shores!
Tuesday Spring Sports Day – $1.00 Students can wear their sports uniform or favorite team jersey.
Wednesday Sunglasses day – $1.00 Students wear their favorite sunglasses to class!
Thursday Hat day – $1.00 Students wear their favorite hat…to protect from the sun’s harmful rays.
Friday Hawaiian/Beach Day – $1.00 Students wear Hawaiian shirts or appropriate beach attire. Students who participate in this event will be entered in a raffle for a special summer fun prize!
** Students should always adhere to the Suffolk Public Schools dress code **
Please visit the Suffolk Education Foundation website for more information and to find out how your student benefits.
Block 1 – Complete Integers, Coordinate Plane, Graph Inequalities – Study Island
Block 2 – Complete Integers, Coordinate Plane, Graph Inequalities – Study Island
Block 3 – Textbook p348 #4-12 (INBp33); Textbook p349 #15-22 (INBp34)