Mrs. Gomez

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In my class I use technology to enhance learning. Students use google products as well as teacher created interactive notebooks to engage learners. In my class I try to incorporate STEAM projects and truly enjoy learning from my students. In Social Studies I will be focusing on the Eastern Hemisphere (6th) and US History (7th & 8th). In ELA, I will be using Engage NY Modules that are linked to CCLS, utilizing academic and culturally diverse readings. I also focus on writing throughout all content areas with an emphasis on writing across the genres of Narrative, Informative and Persuasive writing.

Test Schedule for 5/11-5/15

Tuesday:  6th ELA:  Chapters 4-7 Quiz on Rump;  8th Quiz on Chapters 4-5 GG

Thursday:  6th ELA:  Rump Quiz on Chapters 8-10

Friday:  7th Religion:  3 paragraphs on Catholic Social Teaching Quiz Grade


Monday 5/11:

6th ELA:  We are going to read Ch 9/10 of Rump, students will answer questions (Chapter 4-7 Quiz on Rump, Tuesday)

6th SS:  We will learn more about Golden Age Societies and complete peardeck for 3 questions

7th Religion:  3 paragraph essay due Friday on Catholic Social Teaching, we will work on slides and today they are responsible for the first paragraph (they will revise and edit this week and submit a published piece)

8th ELA:  we will go over symbolism in Ch 5 GG, students will choose 5 of the items to write about symbolic meaning and explanation.  Test on Ch 4-5 tomorrow


Tuesday 5/5:  We have progress reports going home Friday, please make sure you check all the grades in Option C for missing work.  Then, if you have something you did, please email me the description and the date of the assignment and I will update Option C after grading.

6th ELA:  “Rump” Chapters 5-6 and questions TBG, test Friday

6th SS:  Questions that are due on Thursday TBG

7th Religion:  Small project with video due Thursday, Chapter questions, test Friday

8th ELA;  Wear T Shirt Thursday, Test Friday on GG Chapter 4.  Questions on Ch 4 GG today



Dear Parents and Students, 

I am so excited about using Peardeck today with each of my classes.  This is an interactive approach to learning, where students can respond on my slides and we are doing a presentation.  We will be using this going forward.  Your child will be told to and enter my class code.  They will be brought through my presentation.  I was excited to see how quick they caught on.

Thank you.

Test Schedule 4/27-5/1

Thursday 4/30:  8th ELA:  Chapter 3 GG Quiz

Thursday 4/30:  6th SS:  2 Paragraph Essay and MPO on Crusades due by 12PM

Thursday 4/30:  7th Religion:  Chapter 20 Test

Friday 5/1:  7th Religion additional piece to their time capsule, will be discussed with the children

Friday 5/1

Welcome to the month of May!  The month of Mary, let’s ask her for help and try to pray a decade of the Rosary each day.   ALL OF THE ASSIGNMENTS FOR EACH GRADE ARE UNDER FUN FRIDAY.  7TH GRADE WILL HAVE AN ATTENDANCE QUESTION FROM ME THAT HAS TO BE ANSWERED BY 9AM.  HAVE A WONDERFUL FRIDAY AND WEEKEND 🙂

6th ELA:   You will go to and enter the class code.  You will read the story “Thumbelina” and answer the questions on the document that I attached.

6th SS:  You are going to go to Disney California for our virtual field trip.  You will then use the document that I attached.  

7th Religion:  You are going on a Virtual Field Trip today and you will complete the document attached.  Also finish your next time capsule piece that we were working on this week.

8th ELAYou are going on a virtual field trip and will have to answer questions off of the field trip.

Thursday 4/30

6th ELA:  Read Chapter 3 Rump and answer questions on the document that I created for each student.  Be sure to click submit.

6th SS:  You have your MPO and 2 paragraphs about the causes and effects of the Crusades due today by 12PM

7th Religion:  Chapter 20 test

8th ELA:  Chapter 3 GG Quiz

Tuesday 4/28:

Upon entering my class, I am asking students to read their message for our lesson materials for the day to enter using and enter the class code for the work that we are doing.  We will be using peardeck slides for our presentation and class participation.

6th SS:  You have two questions you need to answer for Social Studies.  One is about one Cause of the Crusades, the other One Effect.  These will help you with our test that will be due on Thursday by 12PM.

6th ELA:  We are beginning our new book “Rump” today.  You will be asked to read chapter 1 after we go through our Pear Deck presentation.  You will read the Chapter from the document attached and answer questions that I posted on a document that each child has their own copy.

7th Religion:  We will continue working on Chapter 20 of Religion and then you will be asked to write a paragraph in response to what we learned today.  Also, I posted an additional assignment for our Time Capsule which will be due on Friday by 3PM.

8th ELA:  We are focusing on irony today in Chapter 3.  You are going to work through the Pear Deck presentation with me and then you will answer the questions that I posted in a document that each of you have a copy of your own.  This is due by 2PM today.

Monday 4/27

6th ELA:  Work on the Fairytale in EPIC, they must choose one story and answer the questions on the doc that I created for all the students.

6th SS:  The students are working on 2 paragraphs about the cause and effect of the Crusades 1-3, this will be a test and is due by Thursday at 12PM.

7th Religion:  Test on Thursday Chapter 20, also students are to complete the activity on virtues:  1 sentence for each of the virtues, they can be creative and use images if they would like.

8th ELA;  Students will have a test on Thursday on Chapter 3 GG, they are to go through the slides and watch the video from KhanAcademy on Irony and then complete the paragraph about either Owl Eyes or The Car Wreck.


Friday 4/24:  I want to thank all the parents and students for their hard work.  Today we will not have a live session, but 6,7,and 8th have to answer attendance questions in their classes.  I did not post a question for 6/8 but Mr. Dillon and Ms. Rampulla did.  Please answer these by 9AM for attendance purposes in your homeroom first.

7th Religion:  You have a video message from me and a test. Good luck, I am proud of you.  If you didn’t already, add the pieces to your time capsules and add it to the time capsule page in my Classroom.

6th ELA/SS:  You will work on the Readworks assignment if you didn’t finish yesterday and you will also go to Hollywood Studios.  Please be sure to answer all the questions on the doc I created, just simply make a copy.  Have fun!

8th ELA:  You will complete your quote page and finish your read works assignment about Earth Day.  I am wishing you all a wonderful weekend.  

Test Schedule for 4/20-4/24

Monday 4/20:

Tuesday 4/21:  6th SS TBG on Crusades;  

Wednesday 4/22:  6th “Flush” Test on Google Forms;  8th “Great Gatsby” Chapter 2 Quiz

Thursday 4/23:  6th SS Ancient Islam Test (includes types of maps and what we learned from videos, EPIC, Slides and class discussions–the Crusades will NOT be included on the test);  

Friday 4/24:  7th Attendance question due by 9AM, 7th Religion Chapter 19 Test due by 2PM

Announcements for 4/20-4/24

We will not have live sessions on Friday this week.  Your child will have assignments posted in Google Classroom at 8 AM on that day.  To my 7th grade, you must answer the attendance question by 9AM to be counted in the class for that day.  

Monday 4/20:  Please look at the top for the testing schedule for this week

6th ELA:   1.  Vocab pg 127, 2.  Readworks “Once Upon A Time” and questions that are posted in Google Classroom, not the questions assigned with the Article.

6th SS:  EPIC pg 22-23 (read) and complete my quiz on EPIC

7th Religion:  Pg 207-208 and answer the question in Google classroom

8th ELA:  1.  Vocab pg 128, 2.  Ch 2 GG:  4 questions on Classroom

Announcement for 4/9-4/19

Happy Easter everyone.  I just wanted to let you know that 7th grade has a time capsule assignment to complete by April 19th it should take a few minutes to complete.  6th/8th Grade ELA has to go on EPIC for a total of 60 minutes the entire vacation and complete 2 Readworks assignments that will be due on April 19th (for quiz grade).  I hope you have a wonderful vacation.  I put in Google classroom all of the codes for EPIC and Readworks under EASTER ASSIGNMENT in Google.  I will not be checking emails after 2;30 PM on 4/8 and will check 1-2 times during the Easter Break.  I will not be checking Option C, but you can send me an email to if you need help with something.  I just want you to know that I will have limited access to this email as well.  Thank you for all that you do 🙂

Wednesday 4/8:

6th ELA:  We will work on poetry today and students will complete a readworks assignment

6th SS:  EPIC assignment due today along with questions

7th Religion:  Learning about Easter and answer questions based off the video that we watch

8th ELA:  Theme of a story and finish reading Chapter 2 of Great Gatsby

****Today we will be going over our assignments for Easter Break.  I will update this site later to let you know what each class is required to do for the break.  I will also include EPIC reading assignments which are optional.  More to come later 🙂


Tuesday 4/7:

6th ELA:  We will be working on poetry today.  We will work in class and they can continue their poems for their classwork.

6th SS:  Students are to work on EPIC SS which will be a TBG and is due tomorrow.  We will review in class today.

7th Religion:  Students will be learning about the Stations of the Cross and complete a video viewing and answer questions.

8th ELA:  We will continue reading “GG” Chapter 2 today and answer questions about the reading.


6th Grade:  ELA:  Vocab writing definitions for Set A Unit 9, Also reading on page 124-125 and write a summary of the story.

6th SS:  Epic pages 10-13 and answer the questions I submitted on line.  This will be due on Wednesday TBG

7th Religion:  Watch a video on Holy Thursday and answer the questions I posted.

8th ELA:  Vocab page 124-125 read the story and write a summary 5-8 sentences;  Reading of GG chapter 2 (partial) and generate 5 questions and answers you have about the reading.


Test Schedule

Thursday 4/2:  7th Religion Chapters 17/18 Test

Thursday 4/2:  8th Grade Chapter 1 Quiz on Great Gatsby

Friday 4/3:

6/7/8th Grade:  All three classes will go on virtual field trips that I set up in their classes.  For 6th-they have 2 (one to the mosques and one to see different animals.).  7th will learn about Palm Sunday.  8th will learn about World War I and will visit the WWI museum.  All three grades need to complete my attendance question by 9:30 and the work is due by 3 tomorrow.  We will not have live sessions.  Have a wonderful weekend everyone and stay safe!!


Important announcement:

Students in 6,7,8th grade will begin to answer the Attendance question in Google Classroom.  I will use this at times to verify their attendance in my class.  I will also use the video conference.  Please have your child complete this question by 9-930 the latest.  They can do it by 8 AM because it is scheduled for that time.

An update:  My students in 7th grade had fun today going into Kahoot virtually.  They did a great job to help prepare them for my test.  My 6th graders completed a google form today where they put in questions and answers that we will use in our kahoot tomorrow.  8th grade also created questions about Great Gatsby and we will try to use kahoot tomorrow.  We also were able to work in groups today in 8th grade, I am so proud of all of my students.  I miss you guys so much.  See you tomorrow.

Thursday April 2nd: 

6th ELA:  We will answer attendance question, play kahoot and also review the plot of “Flush” by Carl Hiaasen.

6th SS:  Some students did not submit their EPIC quiz, please do so today.  We will work on learning more about Islam while using EPIC to help aid our reading.  We will answer questions on Google Forms for a TBG (pages 8-9) In the “Beginnings of Islam”  I have included the link to get into EPIC and also the class code so it will make it easier for the children.

7th Religion:  We will answer attendance question, review any student questions for the test that will be after our live lesson, and we will be guided into a Holy Week video journey that we will do together.  Test on CH 17-18 after our video conference.

8th ELA:  We will answer an attendance question, play Kahoot on GG Chapter one that the students created, then take a Quiz for Option C on google forms.


6TH ELA Reviewing the plot of the story for the entire “Flush” novel.

Exit Slip:  What is the climax of the story?  Answer in Google Classroom

6TH SS 6th SS: Log in to Epic.  Read pages 4-7 about the “Early Islamic Empires.” 

Answer the 5 questions about the reading on Epic.   Due TODAY, TBG

Go to, enter class code vcg7622 and find your name.  The quiz button will be in the book on the upper left hand corner, the 3 question marks.  These questions will be what is counted as your TBG for SS.

7TH RELIGION TEST TOMORROW: Review your notes on Chapters 17-18.  We will review for this today as we have been reviewing all week.
8TH ELA Great Gatsby: 




4. What do Daisy’s and Jordan’s statements about Tom reveal about him, and what do they reveal about Daisy? Explain your answer.

 5. What does Nick’s opinion of Tom and Daisy seem to be at this point in the novel? Support your answer.

 6. What is your opinion of Daisy Buchanan, based on what you have read so far? Explain your answer.

Vocabulary:  Words in Context for Unit 9, page 127 TBG


Class Date:  Tuesday March 31st
6th ELA: “Flush” by Carl Hiaasen:  Chapter 21:

You will read the chapter.  

What is your opinion of how the book ends?  Give 2-3 details to support your thinking.

6th SS: 6th SS: Log in to Epic.  Read pages 4-7 about the “Early Islamic Empires.” 

Answer the 5 questions about the reading on Epic.   Due Wednesday, TBG

Go to, enter class code vcg7622 and find your name.  The quiz button will be in the book on the upper left hand corner, the 3 question marks.  These questions will be what is counted as your TBG for SS.

7th Religion: Today you should be completing your Saint Project and submitting to me by 2PM.

Do Chapter 18 Study Guide, we will review the answers in class today.  We will also go over Chapter 17 Study Guide from the previous day.


8th ELA: Guided:  Changing writing from 1st person to third person.

Close Read of Chapter 1.  

Then on Readworks, you will read the “Fiction Parnter Challenge” and answer the questions that are related to the article.  We will begin this in class today.

Then you will answer the Exit slip on Google Classroom by 2PM:  Is the article written in 1st or third person? How do you know?  Cite 2 pieces of evidence and explain.  



Class Date:  Monday March 30th
6th ELA: “Flush” by Carl Hiaasen:  Chapter 20:

You will read the chapter.  

Write a “gist” of the reading.  You will write in 2-3 the central idea of what happened in the chapter.

6th SS: 6th SS: Log in to Epic.  Read pages 4-7 about the “Early Islamic Empires.” 

Answer the 5 questions about the reading on Epic.   Due Wednesday, TBG

Then go into Google Classroom and post your response:  

1.Give 5 different events in order for the timeline of Islam.  

2.  Then taking the events listed, find out how many years passed from your latest event to the closest event to our modern time.  Write your answer using a subtraction or addition sentence to answer the question.

3.  Look at the map on page 7:  What is the title of the map?  

4.  Look at the map on page 7:  What is the Byzantine Empire?

5.  Look at the map on page 7:  What is the Persian Empire?

6.  Look at the map on page 7:  What bodies of water does the Islamic Empire extend?

7.    What is the central idea of the reading?  Provide 3 examples to explain.

8.  What is the author’s purpose for the writing?  How do you know?

9.  List 5 facts that you learned about the article.  Use complete sentences.

7th Religion: Do Chapter 17 Study Guide, we will review the answers on Tuesday.

Also, write all the definitions in your notebook of the faith words for the chapter.

8th ELA: Characterization of Great Gatsby in Chapter 1:

A.Tell me about 1 of the following characters:

  1.  Nick Carraway
  2. Tom Buchanan
  3. Daisy Buchanan

B.  What did we learn about Gatsby in this chapter?

C.  What is the central idea of Chapter 1, “Great Gatsby”?  Use 3 details to support your response.

D.  Give 3 examples of color symbolism used in Chapter 1.  What do they symbolize (do each one sepearately)

E.  Answer the EQ for Chapter 1, using 3 details to support your answer..


Write Set A for Unit 9 in your notebooks.

Class:  Date Friday 3/27

6th ELA:

Read Works:

Enter the class code: 


You will login to Read Works and complete the reading article about “Importance of Fresh Water”

Two articles are included:

    1.  How Water Loss Affects Biodiversity


  • Water from the Air:  Cloud Forests


You will answer the questions on Readworks.  Then you will answer a few questions in Google Classroom:

  1.  How are the actions of Dusty Muleman dumping the holding tanks affecting the biodiversity?
  2. How did Paine’s action of tipping the Coral Queen also affect the biodiversity of the oceans?

–Create a doc and answer these questions.  Please mark the work done on your google page

7th Religion:

Go to Readworks:

Enter class code:  ABKDZE

Read:  Saints, Snakes and Pirates.

Complete the question set.

Post on google classroom:  mark your work as done.

8th ELA: 

Students will log into Readworks and read the “US Constitution:  Power and Liberty”

Enter the class code:


There are two articles to read:  The Preamble to the Constitution and the Bill of Rights

You will read both articles and then answer the questions

In Google Classroom, you are going to write down in a doc:

Why do I need to know about the preamble to the Constitution and the Bill of Rights?

How do these articles help us understand American people’s ideas of pursuing the American Dream?


Class Date:  Thursday 3/26
6th ELA Create a doc and read the following excerpt from Move Over, Spider-Man— Here’s Spider-Goat!”

Click on the link and make a copy.  I would like you to create a doc and just put the answers to the questions on there for easy grading.

 This will be  a TBG:  Just the Exit Slip

7th Religion Chapter 18:

Read page 197 and highlight the faith words:  deacon, priest, bishop in your book.

Create a doc:  TBG

  1.  Page 198 TBG page:  Answer questions 1-8.  Submit for grading and mark your work done.
8th Grade ELA Beginning of “Great Gatsby” Chapter 1

Students will learn the EQ of the Unit and for Chapter 1.

The read aloud of Chapter 1, which will be on a video that students will view on their own.

Click on this link:  Please follow along in your book.

Read aloud of Chapter 1

Chapter 1 Questions:  Please answer the questions 4-13 (some were done for you, but read what I wrote)

Chapter 1 Questions from #1-13 should be posted today by 2PM.



Good job today, I think that it was a lot easier for us on Tuesday.  I am so proud of your work.  PLEASE DO NOT GO AHEAD.  IF YOU NEED ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENTS, PLEASE LOG INTO EPIC.  I GAVE ACCESS TO 6TH AND 8TH GRADERS.


You can now log into Option C.
Go to student
Click Report Card in the drop down
Select your child’s name
Click the blue box that says
Diocese of Brooklyn
Scroll down and view the report card
When done, on the top left hand of the screen, please confirm that you received the report card.


Chapter 19

Please listen to the audio version if needed for the reading:

Please WRITE following questions in your notebook and take a photo and upload into Google Classroom.

Chapter 19:

  1.  What does the Coast Guard do to Dusty Muleman?
  2. Where does Grandpa Bobby plan to go?
  3. Why does Grandpa Bobby have to go there?
  4. What does Grandpa Bobby give to Abbey?
  5. How do think the family feels about Grandpa Bobby leaving?  How do you know?


Chapter 18:

Review some thoughts about the activities and major ideas in the first two pages.

Create a Doc:

  1.  Students will then read page 195 and answer the activity:  Think of one married couple you now of who, with God’s help, shares the Good News of Christ and gives you witness to their faith.  How do they do this? (5-8 sentences)
  2. Read page 196:  Read the page and write a short summary of your readings.  (Write a gist: 2 sentences)
  3. On Page 196:  Do the activity of How do bishops and deacons work together to continue the ministry of the Apostles?  How can you help to support their ministry? (5-8 sentences)


Chapter 1 “Great Gatsby” 

Note taking and information to do about Great Gatsby:

Click on this link:  Please follow along in your book for the read aloud.

Students are to answer questions 1-3 about Chapter 1.  Please create a copy of the document and write your answers on the sheet after the reading.

You will answer the other questions on Thursday and Friday.  Your assignment will be posted Thursday.

Chapter 1 Questions:  Only start with Q 1-3, but MAKE A COPY FIRST.  Please look up the vocabulary words and type their definitions in the area above as well.


Nice job on Monday, we got through our first hangout.  I think that the students are doing quite well with the assignments.  HANGOUTS AT 9-11:  7TH-9, 8TH-10, 6TH-11

Many students and parents needed help to upload photos into Google Classroom.  In each of the grades, I entered the information and a short video tutorial, but this is to help the parents.

Here is a short video that should help you post your photos for your assignment.

Simply Put:
You go into google classroom
You go to the assignment that you want to enter the information
If you took a photo, you go to add
When you click add, you will search from your computer
Then you find your photos you want to add, and click all of them (sometimes you need to add one at a time)
When you add 1, then you need to hit the plus sign to add more
Add as many as you need for the assignment
Press turn in, then turn in again.



Read Works:

Students need to go to

Sign in with your google accounts

Enter the class code: 


Once you are a part of the class, you will be able to access the assignment.  

You will read “Where did King Tut get his eyebrows?”

You will submit the assignment on Readworks and then you will go into google classroom and check the box that you completed the assignment.


Chapter 18:

Google Hangout Lesson

How are some relationships different? 

Why is matrimony so important as one of the Sacraments?

How were the relationships of the Native Americans that we read about so similar and different to our Sacrament of Matrimony?

We will pray together on page 191:  I need 6 people to read and we all respond to All.

  1.  Read page 194 and highlight in your books the faith word of Charity. 
  2. Then answer the activity question: Did you realize that matrimony is a sacrament of service to Christ and the Church?  Explain your answer. This should be about 5-8 sentences.

When the assignment is complete, please attach in google and mark done.

Create a Doc and answer:

  1.  You will read page 193 in your book and answer the activity about what new insights do these interviews give you about Matrimony and Holy Orders?  This should be answered in 5-8 sentences.


Live Hangout to discuss how to get onto read works and review some questions and information about Great Gatsby.

Students will need to go to 


Sign in with your google accounts.


Enter the class code:



Once you are a part of the class, you will be able to access the assignment. 


You will read a nonfiction article entitled “The Hydrologic Cycle” and answer the questions that go along with the passage.


You will press submit in Readworks and you will also then go to Google Classroom to mark the box saying you submitted the assignment.


Please check Option C for updates, emails, and grade from assignments posted.  I will count grades for assignments done in class as a notebook grade and some TBG assignments.  I will let you know which ones are TBG’s.

GOOGLE HANGOUTS:  Will begin Monday:

6th:  11-12

7th:  9-10

8th:  10-11


Chapter 18:  Click on the link for the read aloud if you need help reading the story.  Create a document and answer the following questions after the reading:

Chapter 18:

  1. What does the Underwood family see when they head down to Thunder Beach?
  2. What do we find out really happened to Lice?
  3. What did you think happened to Lice Peeking before you found out the truth?  What made you think that?
  4. What does Jasper Jr. finally give to Noah?


Google Hangout lesson on how to get into Read Works  We will be learning about Matrimony in Chapter 18.  I would like you to login to Readworks in order to read about other people’s relationships.Students are to log into  Login using your Google Accounts.  Enter the class code:  ABKDZE  Once you are a part of the class you can see my assignment.You will read about European and Native American Relations.  There are two articles you will read:

    1.  French-Native American Relations in the Great Lakes, Nothing But Firing

After you read the articles, you can answer the questions that are associated with it.  Then you will go to Google Classroom when you are done, and you will click on today’s lesson and mark your work done for today.


Students will read the literary elements sheet posted in classroom.Then students will read about F. Scott Fitzgerald’s history.  Students will then go to the Fitzgeralds questions sheet and answer all questions on a google doc and submit to me on the page for the day.

Literary Terms

Biography of Fitzgerald

Questions about the Biography of Fitzgerald


Dear Parents and Students,

I am going to try Google Hangout this week but will ONLY happen this week on WEDNESDAY:  the times will be the following:  I will send the information to the students through google classroom where and when to login to their google accounts.  Most know how to do it, but they can email me if they are having any trouble.  

6th:  11-12

7th:  9-10

8th:  10-11

I just wanted to let you know how I am going to structure my assignments:

-Each of the grades already have a Classroom Account, which we use often.  They will see a topic or title for the Day (For Example: TUESDAY 3.17) where they will find their work for that day.  I will provide feedback to the students so they will know what they can work on or something that will help them. They will also have the opportunity to ask me questions.

-I am in the process of setting up each classroom with work to be posted in there.  Please be patient as there might be glitches or issues that might arise and I will work with you and your children to make this a smooth transition.

All grades should be reading a pleasure reader daily for about 20 minutes.  If you have trouble locating materials for your child to read, please let me know and I will provide you with some resources.

6th ELA will have a daily “Flush” reading and/or activity and a “Reading Passage” along with questions for the children to fill out. This is for this week only.

7th Religion:  I will post a daily assignment and prayer activity for students to do on a daily basis.  They may be required to use their textbooks and either forms, docs or slides to complete their activities.  Students should continue to work on their Saint Projects for Confirmation. I am comitted to get them ready for their upcoming Sacrament.

8th ELA:  We will be working on some background information on Great Gatsby and using an online activity to demonstrate what they have learned.  I will post slides or videos to help students with their understanding. There will also be some vocabulary activities for them to complete.  We will also be working out of the Progress Book (the thicker one).

At some point, maybe later this week or if we are closed an extended period of time, I will ask 6,7 and 8th grade to use Google Hangout.  All of our students are aware of this tool, but I will provide assistance to those who are less comfortable with this system.  

Parents and students, please feel free to contact me via email through Option C or my work account for any additional support you may need.  

Please do not feel overwhelmed with our current situation.  All of the Junior High School teachers are here to support your needs whether it is educational or just someone to speak to.  I will do my best to help your child in any way that he or she needs.  

I will continue to post information on the class webpage so you will have the same information (if not more) than we have during the entire year.  


Mrs. Gomez




Think about chapters 1-17 from “Flush” and write a 1 paragraph summary of the book(5-8 sentences).  Please submit your work to me no later than 3PM on Friday.

In NY Progress (thicker book), please read the following read in Unit 5 pages 116-121.  

Create a doc and do:

  1.   all cite evidence 
  2.  comprehension checks for all of the pages.
  3. Questions on page 121

Create a document with a title and page number for each of the activiites, or you can take a photo of the page and post them into classroom as well.  


Please complete the TBG page in your book and submit it Friday by 3PM for a TBG Grade.  

IT is on page 189.  Please create a doc and post it in Google classroom.  This will be entered into Option C as a TBG homework assignment.  You are to do questions 1-8 and Write a paragraph to answer the essay question for #9-10


Please attach your TKAM writing assignment in Google Classroom where it has Thursday 3/19-Friday 3/20 as the topic.

You must type a full heading.

Include a Title below.

Size 12 font, double spaced, Times New Roman

This is an Option C Grade

Make sure it is at least 2 pages, maximum 3 pages to be turned in.

You have the paper that outlines the topics / questions you can select.  

Please let me know if you need assistance with this.



I entered information in Option C of the assignments that were done for Tuesday 3.17.  I entered the grades, but as of right now they do not count towards their class grade.  This is more for you to see where your child is and if they are keeping up with the assignments.  In Google Hangouts today I expressed that students will have to login to the video conference at their daily time and if they had any questions for me it was the time to address it.  Below you will find the work for the students for tomorrow.  Please do not have your child start it today, but to work on it tomorrow.

6TH ELA:  

Child will complete any questions from Chapter 14-15 that they did not complete and post it in Google Classroom.

I will attach a google form for your child to complete by the chapter separations and they will put their answers on there.

Students, please attach a document to the classroom page and date.  You may need to re-read the chapters to help assist you in answering the questions.

Vocabulary to know from these chapters 

Chapter 14:

  1.  Scuttling  (v):  sinking deliberately by making openings in the bottom as in a boat

Chapter 15:

  1. Dinghy  (n):  a small boat, like a lifeboat, that can be rowed, sailed, or driven by a motor

  2. Musty (adj):  having an odor or flavor that signals what may be mold


Read pages 186-187

On page 186 you will write a summary in about 5-8 sentences of how Jesus comforts all who are in need.

On page 187 you will create a Venn Diagram to complete the activity:  Enlarge the Venn Diagram in the larger outsie section of the circles, fill in what is specific to that sacrament;  in the overlapping setions what each set of sacraments have in common; in the center what all three have in common.  Some possible entries would be: grace, healing, forgiveness, nourishment.

The three sacraments you are comparing are Eucharist, Penance, Anointing the Sick.  

You have two options to do this:  either you can type it in a doc and share with me on Classroom or you can do it by hand, take a picture and upload on the classroom page.  It is your choice.


Please attach your TKAM writing assignment in Google Classroom where it has Thursday 3/19-Friday 3/20 as the topic.

You must type a full heading.

Include a Title below.

Size 12 font, double spaced, Times New Roman

This is an Option C Grade

Make sure it is at least 2 pages, maximum 3 pages to be turned in.

You have the paper that outlines the topics / questions you can select.  

Please let me know if you need assistance with this.



I emailed each student in 7th Grade if they are missing the assignment.  As of right now, we will figure out later, I entered the grades of the assignments in Option C to show you if your child handed in the assignment or if it is missing.  Later on I will adjust if we are going to count it in their grade or not, but at least you can see if your child has done the work.  


The students should know what to do but just in case they don’t:

You log into your google account.  By your name or letter of your name in the upper right hand corner, there is a box with 9 little dots (3 rows, 3 columns).  Click on that and it will give you a drop down box.  From that box, your child needs to find the green hangout icon (it sort of looks like a speech bubble).  Your child will click on this icon.  Then click on join meeting.    They will click on video call, enter the meeting ID that I will provide with them right before the time of their conference.  They will have to enable their video and microphone.  I will send the students the call number on the google classroom page under the dates’ work.  I will call it Google Hangout.  This way the students will know where to go.  If you have any trouble, please let me know.  

6TH ELA:  Please refer to live session above.  I will post the code right before the class begins.


Students will work on questions from Chapters 12-13 from “Flush,” which will be posted in Google Classroom. 

 Students are to answer all the questions by using our strategy RACES when appropriate.

 Sometimes we can not or need to cite evidence, so we will not at that time.  

Complete the Google Form.

Vocabulary to know from these Chapters in the book:

Chapter 12:  

  •  Drawled:  (v):  speaking in a slow manner, extending the vowels
  • Cesspool:  (n):  well or pit for receiving the sewage from a house
  • Contaminated:  (adj):  made impure or unsuitable by something unclean or bad

Chapter 13:

  •  Emphatically  (adv):  done with emphasis
  • Craggy  (adj):  rugged, harsh
  • Stanch  (v):  to stop the flow of

7TH RELIGION: Please refer to live session above.  I will post the code right before the class begins.

You will begin working on Chapter 17.

You will read pages 183-185. 

Highlight all the faith words in your book.  

You will create a doc to answer the following Activity questions:

  1.  Page 183:  List 5 reasons that people forgive one another
  2. Page 184:  Reread the parable, thinking of the father as representing God.  How would you describe God, based on the parables? Share your response in the form of 1 paragraph.
  3. Page 185:  How will you show that as Christ’s disciple, you share in his mission of reconciliation?
  4. Reflect on the story of Detective Steven McDonald.  Tell me what you learned from his story: Write about 5 sentences to explain.

8TH ELA: Please refer to live session above.  I will post the code right before the class begins.

Research F. Scott Fitzgerald.  

-Give at least 6 facts about Fitzgerald’s life

-What books did he write?

-How did his life influence his writings?

-What is the “Great Gatsby” about?

You will either create a slides or a doc to let us know about this author and the book.  


You will submit your work on Google Classroom by attaching your doc or slides to it.  


If you create slides, please be sure to vary slides in presentation and insert pictures.





“Excerpt from Coral Reef:  A City that Never Sleeps

-Read the passage

-Be sure to look at the vocabulary words at the bottom of the page

-You will put your answers in the Google Form 

-Pay attention to bold words like most, best to help you choose your better answer.

-Answer questions on Google Forms, attached link.

First you need to open the documents in order to read.  There are 3 pages to read. You can increase the size of the document to help you.

After you read, complete the Google Doc and post your answers on Google Forms.


Happy St. Patricks Day!

Let’s learn about St. Patrick’s Day.

You will read my notes on information regarding St. Patrick’s Day that reviews some information we learned from one of our parents last year from our cultural day.  

Then you will write down 5 additional facts that you learned about St. Patricks Day today in our Google Form. 


Progress Book:  

Progress pages 64-69, read and answer questions on page 69.

You will also need to do the comprehension check questions on pages 65 and 67.

Then post your answers by using the Google Form added to the classroom assignment.


GOOGLE HANGOUT:  6th:  11-12

GOOGLE HANGOUT:  7th:  9-10

GOOGLE HANGOUT:  8th:  10-11

Announcement Friday 3/13

I will be posting information here and through Option C.  You can contact me at or my Option C email.  I will update both and all students have and use Google Accounts often throughout the day and week.  Please reach out to me if you need any assistance or have any questions or concerns.  God Bless You All.

–Updated at 4:00 PM on Friday 3/13:  I will be posting classwork and homework assignments on this site and we will be using Google Classroom.  I will indicate which work is what and let you know the assignments and what we will continue to do this week.  I am in the process right now of setting up my classes for this week.  Monday is a professional day and students will not be assigned work for Monday.  I will keep you all posted.

Announcements 3/9-3-13

Please send in your Parent Teacher Conference forms, we will have PTC on 3/19.  There will be 11:30 Dismissal on this day.

Test Schedule

Thursday 3/12: 1.  7th Religion Ch 16 test, 2.  8th TKAM Test Part II, 

Friday 3/13:   6th ELA Chapter 8-14 “Flush” Test

Monday 3/16:  6th SS Ancient Rome, Chapter 9 Test

Thursday 3/19:  1.  6th Progress Unit 7 Comprehension Test for ELA (You can’t study for this).  2.  7th Chapter 17 Test

Friday 3/20:  8th TKAM Essay Due

Tuesday 3/31:  7th Confirmation Saint Essay Due


Thursday 3/12:

6th ELA:  Weekend Homework due Monday, 

7th Religion:  I sent an email to parents on Option C about parent teacher conferences, please check your email;  

8th ELA:  Finish your “Great Gatsby” Slides, have someone share with me from the group

Wednesday 3/11:

6th ELA:  Weekend Homework distributed today “Drawing Horses”, Study for Flush Test Ch 9-14 Friday, Progress page 190-191

6th SS:  Google class w questions started in class, please complete (TBG)

7th Religion:  Test tomorrow on Ch 16 and study, Confirmation project work on and the study sheet for the chapter was done in class and was posted in classroom, the children made a doc and reviewed in class

8th ELA:  Vocab pg 109, study Part II TKAM test tomorrow, Work on project due 3/20

Tuesay 3/10:

6th ELA:  Test Thursday, weekend homework will go home some time this week, Progress pages 182-183

6th SS:  Mon Ancient Rome Test, Page 258 Q 4 and 5 (Think About Facts–but you need to write the answers, this is the title of the section), Summing Up the chapter p 259 Chart of cause and effect TBG

7th Religion:  Chapter 16 pg 179 TBG due tomorrow

8th ELA:  Vocab pg 108, study, theme w/s or looseleaf (given in class), test Thursday in TKAM

Monday 3/9/20

6th ELA:  1.  Friday Flush Ch 8-14 Quiz, and weekend Homework due Monday, 2.  Vocab given in class for Ch 12-15 please write a sentence, 3.  Progress P 174-175 on Google Classroom TBG

In Class in ELA:  we did progress pages 168-173 and put the answers in google classroom on the page that said p 173 answers, we also read Chapter 15 p170-177 and answered questions in Google Classroom on Chapters 8-9 of “Flush” and submitted our answers to me.

Vocab for Ch 12-15:  drawled:  speaking in a low manner/extending vowels, cesspool:  well or pit for receiving the sewage from a house, contaminated:  made impure or unsuitable by something unclean or bad, emphatically:  done with emphasis, craggy:  rugged or harsh, stanch:  to stop the flow of, scuttling:  sinking deliberately by making openings in the bottom , dinghy:  small boat, musty:  smelling like mold

6th SS:  Study chapter 9 Ancient Rome, finish ch 9 page 258 think about facts q 1-3 that we did in class.

In class, we did page 258 in text think about facts 1, 2, 3

7th Religion:  1.  Reminder Ch 16 test Thursday, some notes in Google classroom, 2.  Confirmation Saint Project Due 3/31, 3.  Page 179 TBG including essay for question 9-10 (answer in 1 paragraph only) Due Wednesday

8th ELA:  Complete the theme started in class.  The subject and opinion was approved in class.  You will continue citing 3 pieces of evidence and explain (you can paraphrase an idea)  The subject of the theme you can choose are social inequality, good and evil, or mockingbird.)


Announcements 3/2-3/6

First Friday Dismissal at 12

7th Religion:  Confirmation project information was sent home today and is due on 3/31

8th ELA:  Writing assignment for TKAM was handed out today.  This is due on 3/20 and students will have some writing time in class to work on this project

Test Schedule

3/31:    7th Religion Saint Project 

3/4:  Quiz on TKAM Chapter 27-28

3/5:  7th Mid Year Assessment, 6th Vocab Flush Ch 1-7, 6th SS Test on Judaism and Christianity, 8th Quiz TKAM Ch 29-31

3/6:  6th Black History Month Project Due,

3/10:  8th TKAM Part II Test

3/12:  7th Chapter 16 Assessment

3/20:  8th Writing Assignment TKAM Due

Thursday 3/5:

6th ELA:  1.  Worksheet, 2.  Vocab from Flush Ch 1-8 on google class to write sentences for each word.  

6th SS:  Black history paper due tomorrow

7th Religion:  work on Saint Project

8th ELA;  Ch 30 close read and vocab define Unit 7 Set B in notebook.

Wednesday 3/4:

6th ELA:  1.  Weekend HW due Monday, 2.  Vocab Ch 1-7 Flush Tomorrow, 3.  Excerpt from Girl in Garden W/S

6th SS:  1.  Study the notes given in class for test tomorrow, 2.  Black History writing due tomorrow

7th Religion:  1.  Test for Ch 16 Thursday 3/12, 2.  Confirmation project due 3/31, 3.  Half Day on Friday, 12 PM dismissal, 4.  Mid Year Assessment due tomorrow

8th ELA:  1.  TKAM Quiz tomorrow, 2.  Wrtiing Assignment due 3/20 for TKAM, 3.  Theme W/S:  choose one of the two themes on that sheet and write a paragraph how that theme is evident in TKAM using at least an intro, 3 details, 3 explain, and a conclusion.  THIS MUST BE POSTED IN GOOGLE CLASSROOM. (TBG)

 ex:  Compassion is only earned after one witnesses a terrible ordeal.  In the novel, ….  this is an example of ……

this is how you would write it.  

Tuesday 3/3:

6th ELA:  1.  Weekend HW due Monday, 2.  Vocab Ch 1-7 Flush on Thursday, 3.  Excerpt from Last Regrets w/s

6th SS:  1.  Test Thursday, 2.  Page 257 Q 1, 4, 5 TBG

7th Religion:  1.  Get Confirmation Name approved, project due 3/31, 2.  Mid Year Assessment due Thursday Quiz

8th ELA:  1.  Quiz Tomorrow on TKAM 27-28, 2.  Vocab Pg 105, 3.  Complete TKAM Questions began in class TBG

Monday 3/2:

6th ELA: 1.  Weekend homework due Monday on “Excerpt from the Importance of Winning” handed out on Monday, 2.  Vocabulary Chapter 1-7 Vocabulary quiz on Thursday. 3.  Progress pages 93 TBG.  4.  Complete what we started in class if you did not finish numbers 40 and 41

6th SS:  1.  Judaism and Christianity Test on Thursday, 2.  Black History Project to be printed and turned in on Friday, 3.  

7th Religion:  1.  Saint project for Confirmation went home today and the due date is 3/31 (must be printed and turned in with the packet I sent home today.)  Your child must complete the research on their Confirmation name, otherwise it will not count.  2.  Mid Year assessment due Thursday as a quiz grade (I gave to students today)

8th ELA:  

1.  Unit 7 Vocabulary-write the words for Set A:  definitions and part of speech,

2.  Reading Worksheet, handed out in class,

3.  Wednesday Quiz on Chapters 27-28 TKAM,

4.  Thursday Quiz on TKAM Chapters 29-31,

5.  3/20 Writing Assignment Due (handed out in class today). 

6.  3/10 TKAM Part II Test


Anouncements 2/24-2/28

Ash Wednesday this Wednesday 2/26

Monday:  Video Game club, Vocal

Tuesday:  Newspaper Club

Thursday :  Crochet Club

6th Grade Weekend Homework is a Worksheet, Due Monday (gave in class today) “Excerpt on School Days in Egypt”

6th Grade Vocab for “Flush” Ch 1-7:  skiff, grimace, murky, wiry, berthed, martyr, jowly, chortle, squall, poach, mopey, submerged, erratic, cringe, vat, volatile, deluded, keen, mortified

Friday 2/28:

7th Grade:  Religion Chapter 15 test Monday, we reviewed today in school, First Friday Mass this Friday

Wednesday 2/26

6th ELA:   Progress 88-92, Flush Quiz Tomorrow

7th Religion:  Work on Baptism Project must be printed and turned in on Friday, no exceptions

8th ELA:  Ch 26 TKAM questions, Study for Vocab U 6 test tomorrow, Pop Quiz Fri for TKAM Ch 24-26

Tuesday 2/25:

6th ELA:  1.  Progress Pg 86-87 and comprehension check questions, 2. Flush Test Ch 1-7 on Thursday.  3.  Weekend homework handed out and due on Monday  4.  Sentences for chapters 4-7 from Flush vocabulary on looseleaf due tomrrow

6th SS: 1.  Textbook pages 251 Q 1, 2, 3, 5 TBG 2.  Test Thursday 3/5 on Christianity and Judaism, 3.  Black History Project Due next Thursday

7th Religion:  Page 169 Q 1-8 (not TBG)

8th ELA: 1.  Study for Unit 6 Vocab test on Thursday, 2.  Pop Quiz on TKAM coming up soon.  3.  Close Reading TKAM Chapter 24 on Grade Cam sheet to be collected


Monday 2/24:

6th ELA:  1.  Progress pages 80-85 and vocab from chapters 1-3 given in class write in sentences (from “Flush”).  All these answers are on one sheet of paper for a combined TBG.    

6th SS:  Thursday 3/5 Black History Project Due

7th Religion:  Baptism Project to include:  5 or more facts about the Sacrament of Baptism, Include why, how, where Jesus was Baptized, 15 questions/and answers about your Baptism, a Photo of your Baptism 

HW:  Friday Baptism project due (printed, photo, student will present), Tuesday 3/3:  Chapter 15 test, 1.  TBG homework due tomorrow:  1 paragraph summary on pages 164-165 in the text that we read in class today

8th ELA:  Study Unit 6 vocab set a/b:  test on Thursday, Summary for Chapters 22/23 separate paragraphs for each chapter (tbg)

Test Schedule 2/24-2/28

Tuesday 2/25:  7th Religion TBG Chapter Summary on 164-165

Thursday 2/27:  8th Vocab Unit 6, 6th Chapter 1-7 “Flush Test”

Friday 2/28:  7th Baptism Project Due:  printed, photo included

Monday 3/2:  7th Chapter 15 Test

Tuesday 3/3:  6th Vocab test from “Flush” Chapters 1-7 given in class, know definitions and part of speech

Thursday 3/5:  6th Judaism and Christianity Test, 6th Black History Project Due, 7th Religion Easter/Lent Test

Announcements:  2/10-2/14

Tomorrow dismissal is at 12, not 12:30

Next Wednesday there will be a bake sale to help support our 8th Graders

Service hour forms went home to the 7th Grade for next year’s upcoming Confirmation

Test Schedule 2/10-2/14

Monday 2/10:  Mock ELA State Test, 6th

Tuesday 2/11:  Mock ELA State Test, 6th 

Wednesday 2/12:  8th ELA Spelling Quiz on U 6 A/B and Chapter 12-15 TKAM Quiz

Friday 2/14:  6th ELA Figurative Language Quiz;  7th Religion Chapter 13/14 test

Friday 2/14

6th ELA:    Weekend Homework Benchmark pages 33-43

Thursday 2/13

6th ELA:  1.  Figurative Language W/S #3.  2.  Benchmark page 31, 3.  Figurative Language Quiz tomorrow

7th Religion:  Begin asking your parents or member of your family the 15 questions that you started about your Baptism.  You are to include some or all of this to your Baptism Project.  Due by Monday 2/24 to be turned in 

8th ELA:  1st Read Chapter 19 TKAM.   How does Tom Robinson testimony express bitter racism?  I paragraph response with and Intro, Evidence, Explain (3 or them) and concluding sentence.  TBG

Wednesday 2/12

6th ELA:  1.  Finish progress pg 77 if you did not in class2.  Benchmark pages 27-29  3.  Figurative language quiz Friday

7th Religion: 15 questions due tomorrow, They need to be answered by the time we come back 2/24 (can be either on the sheet you wrote them or on your slide/doc)

6th SS:  Write three things that are similar and different between Catholicism and Judaism

8th ELA:  Ch 18 first read:  in your notebook:  How does Mayella’s character act on the stand?  Do you think she is telling the truth?  Why or why not?

 Tuesday 2/11

6th ELA:  1.  Figurative Language Worksheet #2, 2.  Benchmark pages 24-26

6th SS:  African American Name, Textbook Pg 125 Q 3, 4 TBG

7th Religion: 15  Questions due by Thursday for Baptism Project 15 or more questions needed.

8th ELA:  Quiz Ch 12-15 TKAM, Spelling Set a/b Unit 6, Summary TBG (First, next, then, last) chapter 17 on loose leaf.

Homework 2/3-2/7

Thursday 2/6:

6th ELA:  Benchmark pages 13-16 History of Aspirin and all questions in the book;  Finish Flush Questions for Chapters 1-2 started in class.  Weekend Homework Due Monday Ready Pages 24-28

6th SS:  Influential African Americans name is due tomorrow so we can begin research.

7th Religion:  TBG page Chapter 13:  page 149, Picture from Baptism

8th ELA:  vocab page 89, Progress Books (fat one) page 64-69 comprehension checks and questions 1-5, The spelling test has been moved to next week some time.

Wednesday 2/5:

6th ELA:  Write a summary on Looseleaf of Chapter 1 using First, Next, Then and Last TBG; Weekend Homework Due Monday Ready Pages 24-28

6th SS:  Find a person to research for Black History Month:  I need the persons name that you will research by Friday.  Just the name

7th Religion:  Baptism Project to be posted in Google Classroom:  Students will have a choice on how to display and what to include due 2/13;  Chapter 13/14 Test on 2/14; First Friday dismissal at 1230, BAPTISM PICTURE DUE TUESDAY (if not baptized, then a friend or family member or pic online)

8th ELA:  Vocab Page 88 TBG, Close read Chapter 13, Quiz 2/12 on chapters 12-15 of TKAM

Tuesday 2/4:  Friday half day 12:30 dismissal

6th ELA:  ELA W/S for Flush, Vocabulary pg 85

6th SS:  What do you think a belief system is?  Support with 2 details and explain both details.

7th Religion:  Unit 2 Assessment Due Tomorrow

8th ELA:  Chapter 13 W/S TKAM, Vocabulary pg 87, Friday Spelling Test Unit 6 Set A/B

Monday 2/3:  

6th ELA:  Weekend Homework Due Monday Ready Pages 24-28, Benchmark pg 23, Vocab pg 84

8th ELA:  W/S TKAM Close Read Ch 12, Vocab Subordinating Conjunction and Figurative Language Sentences U6, SET B, Friday Spelling Test U 6 Set A/B

7th Religion: Unit 2 Assessment Due Wednesday Graded, picture of Baptism by Friday (if not Baptized, then a picture of family/friend or online)



Announcements 1/27-1/31

Tuesday:  Sports Day Dress Down

Wednesday:  Wacky Mix and Match dress down

Thursday:  PJ Dress Down Day

Friday is the trip to Funstation:  wear gym uniform and crazy socks, bring lunch in a disposable bag and bring a drink

Test Schedule

Wednesday 1/29:  7th Chapter 11 Test

Thursday 1/30:  6th “Lightning Thief Test” Part II;  8th “TKAM” Part I Test


Monday 1/27

6th ELA: Benchmark pages 6-8, Vocabulary U#6 write sentences for Set A, TBG;  Lightning Thief Test on Thursday (Part II) of the Book:  Review sheet being worked on in class  WEEKEND HW DUE MONDAY:  BENCHMARK PAGES 9-13 TO BE COLLECTED

6th SS:  None

7th Religion:  Worksheet Chapter 11, TBG;  Test on Chapter 11 Wednesday

8th ELA: Close Read of Chapter 10 TKAM , Vocabulary Set A Unit 6 sentences on Loose Leaf (start with a subordinating conjunction:  After, before, if, while, although, even though, unless, since, when, whenever)-TBG, TKAM test on Thursday Part I

Tuesday 1/28:

6th ELA:  Thursday Lightning Thief Test, completed review sheet in class yesterday;  Weekend HW due Monday, Ready pages 1-3 cross out and annotate while you read, vocab pg 83

6th SS:  None

7th Religion:  Wacky Mix and Match Day Dress Down, Test on Ch 11 tomorrow; 

8th ELA:  TKAM Test on Thursday Part I, Chapter 11 Close Read To be Collected, Benchmark Pages 33-35 

Wednesday 1/29:

6th ELA:  Study for test tomorrow, Benchmark pages 9-13

6th SS:  None

7th Religion:  PJ Day, write all faith words in notebook for chapter 12

8th ELA: Study for TKAM test tomorrow Part I, Benchmark pages 36-38

Thursday 1/30:

6th ELA:  Work on your weekend homework

6th SS:

7th Religion:  TBG page for Chapter 12

8th ELA:  Study your spelling words Set A from Unit 6, Independent Reading for 30 minutes and write a summary using subordinating conjunction to signal transition on looseleaf

Friday 1/31

Announcements 1/21-1/24

Catholic Schools will begin Sunday 1/26 please attend the 10 AM mass, followed by our school’s open house.  There will be forms going home this week indicating the special dress down days and assemblies that we will have, along with our trip.

***6th ELA:  weekend homework will begin this week

Pizza day Friday

Test Schedule

Tuesday 1/21: Martyr Paper (7th),   6th/8th Spelling and Vocab Unit 5, 8th ELA:  Ch 8-9 Quiz TKAM, Google classroom work on inserting a picture and thinking of 3 questions about the picture.  Please share with me via email.  

Wednesday 1/22: 8th Words in Action Due;  6th Grade WORDS IN ACTION is now optional (3 paragraphs)

Wednesday 1/22: (Changed because we didn’t see the movie yet) Entire book Lighting Thief Test and Book to Film comparison questions (review to be done in class)

Tuesday 1/28:  Chapter 11 Religion (7th)

Friday 1/24:  6th needs to bring weekend homework to school Monday pages 3-5 benchmark;  Red, White and Blue Dress down on Monday, 10AM Mass and open house Sunday, Tuesday Sports Day dress down, Wednesday Wacky/Mix and Match, Thursday PJ Day, Friday Gym Uniform with crazy socks (Fun Station Trip)

Thursday 1/23

6th ELA:  Thurs Light Thief Test, Weekend HW Due Monday Benchmark 3-5, Work on your Journey for your hero

6th SS:  None

7th Religion:  Pizza Day tomorrow, test on Ch 11 next week, Monday dress down red, white, blue

8th ELA:  Benchmark page 22 question 41, 1st Read Ch 11:  How is the upcoming trial for Tom Robinson affecting the characters in the story (infer or stated)?  Choose 3 characters and explain 2 ways it affects each.

Wednesday 1/22:

6th ELA:  WS questions 37/38 to be collected, Light Thief Test Thurs 1/30

6th SS:  Early Human slides due tomorrow, please just complete your two slides.  We will post tomorrow in class

7th Religion:  Pizza Day Friday, trip slip due by Friday, Ch 11 Summary due tomorrow TBG, Chapter 11 Test 1/29;  Terra Nova scores are in the take home folder

8th ELA:  Argumentative Writing TKAM with cover (published and printed due tomorrow), Quiz tomorrow on Chapter 8/9 TKAM

Tuesday 1/21

6th ELA:  Words in Action due tomorrow for Unit 5, Reading Passage handed out in class answer number 36

6th SS:  complete your slides for First Humans, started in class, be prepared to present to your peers due by Thursday.  Each student is responsible for their two slides only

7th Religion:  Write a summary of Chapter 11 in Religion in your notebook, due Thursday (TBG)

8th ELA:  1.  Revise and edit your TKAM essay which we began in class.  This is to be printed and graded by Thursday, 2.  Complete your words in Action Essay due tomorrow




Announcements 1/13-1/20

Friday 1/17 school is closed for a professional day for teachers, only Pre-K in session

Monday 1/20 School is closed in observance of MLK Day

$1 Dress down on Thursday

Pizza money due

Test Schedule

Thursday 1/16:   6th Ancient Mesopotamia Test and Mapping, review sheet went home Friday (include information on Paleolithic and Neolthic Revolution and review unit vocabulary.  We are focusing on Chapter 5 in our Social Studies Textbook but I supplemented information that is missing

Tuesday 1/21: Martyr Paper (7th),   6th/8th Spelling and Vocab Unit 5, 8th ELA:  Ch 8-9 Quiz TKAM, Google classroom work on inserting a picture and thinking of 3 questions about the picture.  Please share with me via email.  

Wednesday 1/22: 8th Words in Action Due;  6th Grade WORDS IN ACTION is now optional (3 paragraphs)

Wednesday 1/22: (Changed because we didn’t see the movie yet) Entire book Lighting Thief Test and Book to Film comparison questions (review to be done in class)

Thursday 1/23:  Chapter 11 Religion (7th)


Thursday 1/16:

6th ELA:  Spelling/Vocab Test on Tuesday Unit 5, WIA (optional) due Wednesday when we return, We will continue drafting our narratives 

6th SS:  We will continue working on the project in class when we return 

7th Religion:  Martyr paper due Tuesday , printed and a cover

8th:  Tuesday Draft is due for TKAM paper, shared with me and I will print.  We did 3 paragraphs in school;  WIA due Wednesday, Tuesday U5 Spelling/Vocab Test, Paper will be published and due by Thursday.

Wednesday 1/15

6th ELA:   Full page character picture colored and decorated due tomorrow, Vocab pg 75-76, Words in Action not started by many students and is now optional and will be EC on test

6th SS: Test tomorrow, started slides in class (not to be done at home), EC went home today and due Tuesday

7th Religion:  Martyr project due Tuesday (we have worked on it in class)

8th ELA:   Words in Action, Vocab pg 78/79, WIA due Wednesday, We are working on the writing project in school.  Students if they did not type their intro and conclusion in class are to do that for HW today.  (came off the MPO we wrote)

Tuesday 1/14

8th ELA:  Tuesday Ch 8/9 Quiz on TKAM, Vocab Pg 76, MPO on TKAM thesis topic to be printed and handed in tomorrow.  We started in class, TKAM Argumentative Writing will be due Thursday 1/23 (we are working in class.)

6th SS:   Study for test on Thursday, Extra Credit Assignment to be announced this week (optiona)

7th Religion:  Martyr writing due Tuesday,

6th ELA:  Full page character decoration for your Protagonist in your future hero Story (due Thursday), Planning page due tomorrow 


Monday 1/13

6th ELA:  Progress 70-71, Write Set B unit 5 words and definitions and part of speech

6th SS:  continue working on Hammurabi’s Code paper we started in class–Date to be determined when it is due, Test on Thursday on Ancient Mesopotamia

7th Religion:  Martyr paper deadline approaching, we are working in class

8th ELA:  Vocab Unit 5 Set B define, part of speech;  Chapter 8 Close read worksheet



Friday 1/10:

6th SS:  Study sheet for ancient Mesopotamia went home today, please also study the Paleo and Neolithic Era information that we learned as well as the vocabulary from the unit.

Thursday 1/9:

7th Religion:  Star due tom, Gym Uniform, Pizza form, Re-registration form to be sent in if you did not already, Martyr paper has begun in class (choice of slides or doc:  student selected)

8th ELA:  1.  MPO Snow Day due tomorrow, 2.  Vocab pg 73

6th ELA:    1.  vocab pg 73

6th SS:  1.  Complete SS W/S, to be collected

Wednesday 1/8:

7th Religion:  Chapter 10 test tomorrow, star due Friday, notes for the paper are on google classroom

8th ELA:  1.  MPO (multiple paragraph outline found on google class) due Friday, 2.  Vocab pg 72, 3.  Words in Action due Wed 1/22 (5 paragraphs, will be part of vocab test grade)

6th ELA:  1.  Write summary 1/2 to full page on entire “Light Thief” on looseleaf.  2.  Vocab pg 72.  3.  Words in Action Unit 5 due on Wed 1/22, 5 paragraphs, part of vocab test grade

6th SS:  study ancient Mesopotamia map for part of the test

Tuesday 1/7

7th Religion:  Star due Friday, Ch 10 Test Thursday, Page 113 TBG due tomorrow

8th ELA:  1.  TBG Chapter 7 close read w/s, 2.  Vocab Pg 71, Quiz Thursday on Ch 6-7

6th ELA:  1.  Vocab pg 71, 2.  Chapter 22 Light Thief Questions:

  1.  What’s the tradition for campers who return from quests?  How did the Ares cabin “honor” Percy?
  2. Make an inference:  What happens to Grover?
  3. What is unique about Backbiter, Luke’s new sword?
  4. Luke says, “Western Civilization is a disease.”  What do you think he means by this?

6th SS:  What are Hammurabi’s Code?  How did it shape the lives of the Babylonians?  Single Paragraph Outline

Monday 1/6/20:

6th ELA:  1.  Vocab Set A, Unit 5:  Write definitions, part of speech

6th SS:    Single Paragraph Outline on Q5 on page 115 (read 112-115)

7th Religion:  Ch 10 Test Thursday, Notes posted in classroom, TBG pg 113 due Wednesday, Color in star and hand in by Friday

8th ELA:  1.  Write Set A, Unit 5 words, part of speech and define;  2.  TKAM W/S Chapter 6


  •   The Christmas Show is Tuesday at 6, but students need to here at 530:  Wear nice pants, dress shoes,green/red:   Vocal wear black pants/white top
  • Christmas Carnival is on Wednesday:  students can dress down (7th only)

Friday 12/20:  Merry Christmas.  All classes 6,7,8 are to read each day 30 minutes,

Thursday 12/19:  Wear your gym uniform, 830 awards ceremony, mass to follow, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year we will return to school January 6th

8th/6th ELA:    Read for 30  minutes this evening.  

Monday 12/16:

8th ELA:   Google classroom has questions for Chapter 5 TKAM, TBG–submit on document through classroom, finish your Single Paragraph Outline and turn in tomorrow.

6th ELA:  Google classroom has Lighting Thief questions posted.  Please create a doc and post the doc on the classroom website.  This will be a TBG assignment.  Students are to choose 7 out of 10 questions to answer for the assignment.


Wednesday 12/11:

6th ELA:  Topic Sentence W/S:  Choose 3 only to complete,   The spelling/Vocab test was moved to tomorrow due to scheduling conflicts.  I apologize for the inconvenience

7th Religion:   12/20 awards assembly, return signed report cards, XMAS BOUTIQUE tomorrow $1, 1

12/17 XMAS Show

8th ELA:  TKAM questions on Ch//apter 4 TKAM google classroom please submit online thesis statement w/s started in class, Friday Quiz on Chapter 3-4 TKAM including 11 vocab words

Tuesday 12/10:  Report Card Conferences Today

7th Grade:  12/20 at 8:30 is the Awards Ceremony;  Tomorrow Chapter 9 Religion Test;  Christmas Boutique on Thursday if you are interested in participating

6th ELA/SS:  SS test Chapter 4 and Vocab and Spelling Unit 4 Set A/B tomorrow

Test Schedule 12/9-12/13

Tuesday 12/10:  8th Grade TKAM Ch 1-3 Quiz (notes on on google classroom), 6th Grade Light Thief Test had to be moved due to scheduling conflicts this week.

Wednesday 12/11:6th SS Chapter 4 Test, 6th Unit 4 Set A/B spelling/vocab test, 7th Religion Chapter 9

Announcements:  Monday School is closed for a Holy Day of Obligation, Tuesday is half a day 11:30 dismissal for report card conferences, Mass at 9AM for students who receive honors as well.


Test Schedule

Wednesday 12/4:  8th Chapter 1/2 Vocab Quiz TKAM

Friday 12/6:  6th Light Thief Chapter 12-17

Tuesday 12/10:  8th Chapter 1-3 Quiz TKAM

Tuesday 12/10:  6th SS:  Chapter 4

Wednesday 12/11:  7th Chapter 9

Announcements:  1/2 Day on Thursday for Confirmation, No School On Monday 12/9, Appointment slips went home today to those who returned their sheets, Note there was a change in SS test due to scheduling conflicts

Tuesday 12/3:

8th ELA:    1.  Read 30 minutes and write a summary.  2.  Study for vocab quiz tomorrow on 10 words from chapter 1/2 for TKAM on google classroom (same words as last night’s homework)

6th ELA:  1.  TBG Chapter 16/17 W/S

Monday 12/2:

6th ELA:  Fri Light Thief Ch 12-17 Test;  W/S on questions for Light Thief CH 14 only, Vocab Pg 66 Syn and Antonyms only

6th SS:  Test changed to next Tuesday Chapter 4

7th Religion:  Wed 12/11 Chapter 9 Test

8th ELA:  Vocab W/S only do the base, prefix, sufix and part of speech and definition portion;   and Worksheet for TKAM Chapter 1 Questions 1-7


Test Schedule Week of 11/25

Tuesday 11/26:  8th Narrative Due, Published

Wednesday 11/27:  Chapter 8 Religion, 7th Grade

December 3:  8th Grade:  Vocab TKAM Chapter 1-2 Quiz

December 4:  6th SS on Chapter 4, Ancient Egypt

December 6:  6th Grade Lightning Thief Test Ch 12-17

December 9:  6th Grade:  Spelling, vocab, grammar Unit 4 test

Announcements: Wednesday is half day dismissal at 12, The school with be closed Thursday and Friday for Thanksgiving (God Bless all your families!)

Tuesday 11/26:

7th Religion:  Study for Ch 8 test tomorrow, 1/2 day dismissal (12 PM), full uniform, No school Thursday and Friday

6th ELA:  read 30 minutes

8th ELA:  read 30 minutes


Monday 11/25:  

8th ELA:  1.  Narrative due tomorrow.  2.  Chapter 1 TKAM Questions on w/s TBG

7th Religion:  Chapter 8, pg 83 TBG, Test Wed

6th SS:  Read pgs 70-73 answer questions 1,2,3,5 on page 73 TBG


Test Schedule Week of 11/18-11/22

Monday 11/18:  6th ELA:  “Lighting Thief” Test Chapters 1-10

Tuesday 11/19:  6th Vocabulary/Grammar/Spelling Unit 3 Set B;  8th Grade Unit 2 Progress Test (on Narrative)

Wednesday 11/20:  7th Grade Holy Spirit In Class Project will be done.

Thursday 11/21:  7th Grade Chapter 7 Religion Test

Friday 11/22:  6th Grade, Chapter 3 Catal Huyuk Quiz

Tuesday 11/26:  8th Published Narrative Due, Typed and Double Spaced

Tuesday 11/26:  7th Grade Chapter 8 

Announcements: Scholastic Money due by Thursday so I can order the books.  6th Grade Vocabulary and Spelling Tests will now be the full Unit both Set A/B for Unit 4, test date will be announced, Mary’s Helpers Bake Sale on Tuesday 11/19, If you volunteer for Bingo:  that will be tomorrow for 7th Grade, 


Thursday 11/21:

6th ELA:  1.  vocab page 61

6th SS:  Test tomorrow on Chapter 3, page 60 vocab 1-10 most finished in class and question # 4.  Outline written on board and copied in class, please use the google classroom doc in social studies to help you study

7th Religion:  Please turn in your google stream writing and one comment, $1 Dress down tomorrow pleas wear sneakers, Chapter 8 Assessment on Wednesday

8th ELA:  Read pages 13-15 in packet and answer the questions.  Use the single paragraph approach to write the Intro, 3 topic sentences and concluding sentence from the article in your notebook  (“Plessy v. Fergueson”)

Wednesday 11/20:

6th ELA:   vocab page 60

6th SS:  Read pages 52-57 in textbook and answer questions from page 57 Questions 1, 2, 3 in your notebook

7th Religion:  on google stream page, write a few sentences  about your “Goliath” and respond to or ask a question to one of your friends about the “Goliath” due Friday.  PLEASE STUDY FOR CHAPTER 7  TEST TOMORROW

8th ELA: 1.  vocab page 61 2.  Summary of Chapter 1 TKAM

Tuesday 11/19:

6th ELA:  Vocab page 59 using context

6th SS:  Read in textbook pages 44-49, answer questions 2 and 4 on page 49 on looseleaf (TBG)

7th Religion:  Read “David and Goliath” answer questions in your notebook.  You can find this in the Old Testament I Samuel, 17:1-50.  You are to answer the following questions:     (link for Bible)

  1.  Who was the champion of the Philistines and how tall was he?
  2. Why do you think the goliath “despised” David when he saw him?
  3. What did David have that the Jewish men didn’t have when it came to fighting the Goliath?

8th ELA:  we had a narrative test today, no homework

Monday 11/18:

6th ELA: 1.  Study Unit 3 Set B words, definitions, synonyms and antonyms, part of speech.  2.  On looseleaf write the summary of Chapter 12 Lightning Thief (one paragraph).  From Unit 4 on, students will be taking spelling/vocab and grammar tests from Units (both set A and Set B at the same time).  SPelling vocab/grammar test tomorrow

6th SS:  Chapter 3 Quiz Friday.  Please only read the notes on google classroom tonight for homework.  You are not to answer the questions on the bottom of the page or the notes.  You are simply getting the gist of the chapter. 

7th Religion:  Read pages 88-89 and write a paragraph summary of your reading in your Religion Notebook.  Chapter 7 test on Thursday of this Week.

8th ELA:  Plan your Christmas Narrative for your test tomorrow. You are not writing a full first draft.  You are just making an outline to help you write tomorrow for your On Demand Assessment. This is what I will be using to grade your paper)Title, 5 Paragraphs, Transitions, Big 3 for Intro/Conclusion, Dialogue, 5 senses, plot, capital, punctuation, spelling, Correct structure off the rubric you have for narratives


Test Schedule Week of 11/11-11/15

Tuesday 11/12:  7th Grade Chapter 6 Test, notes in classroom

Wednesday 11/13:  8th Grade Spelling, Grammar and Vocab Test Unit 3 Set A/B

Wednesday 11/13:  8th Grade Narrative Writing Draft Due

Wednesday 11/13: 6th SS:  Cultural Site writing due

Thursday 11/14:  7th Grade Take Home Unit 1 Test Due

Thursday 11/14:  7th Holy Spirit Slides due, we are working on them in class so the date can change.

Friday 11/15: 6th Grade Social Studies Test on Chapter 2 and including Primary and Secondary Sources, Focus on the Iceman

Friday 11/15:  8th Grade Entire Book Test on “Inside Out and Back Again”

Monday 11/18 :  6th Grade:  Lightning Thief Chapters 6-10 Test (sorry the date and the day were incorrect, but this is correct now)

Tuesday 11/19:  6th Grade Spelling and Vocab Test Unit 3, Set B:  will have sentence fragments and have to re-write to make a sentence and Declarative, Interrogative, Exclamatory sentences

Tuesday 11/19:  8th Grade Unit 2 Progress Test

Wednesday 11/20: 8th Published Narratives, need to give the draft

Thursday 11/21:  7th Religion Test Chapter 8


Thursday 11/14:

6th ELA:  1.  Reading what is the main idea of chapter 1-?  Use the outline written on google docs in classroom and write on the document and make a copy.  You are to write on this document and post in google classroom.  2.  Vocab pg 44

6th SS:  Study the note that are on google classroom 

7th Religion: Scholastic order forms due by Thursday 11/21; Chapter 7 Test Thursday 11/21, Bring in donations for cake mix and frosting by tomorrow, Gym uniforms tomorrow

8th ELA:  1.  Reading Study  In/Out Test Tomorrow 2.  Vocab pg 59-60

Wednesday 11/13:

7th Religion:  Unit 1 due tomorrow

6th ELA:  1.  Pg 43 vocab, 2.  Complete light thief questions from class tbg 3.  Sentence type w/s

6th SS: Study notes are updated in google classroom, test tommorrow.

8th ELA: Grammar 84, Define, speech and word Set A Unit 4, Answer EQ: (minimum of 8 sentences)  What common themes unify the refugee experience?

Tuesday 11/12:  Unit #4 Spelling, Grammar and Vocab Test and Types of sentences (simple, compound, complex, compound-complex;  fragment/sentences, because/but/so)

6th ELA: 1.  Light Thief Questions started in class, 2.  Study.  Light Thief test changed to Monday 11/18

6th SS:  textbook pg 40:  Think About vocabulary 1-10 (will help you study for test Friday), Review notes taken in class and posted in Google Classroom under SS

7th Religion:  Unit 1 Assessment TBG Thurday found on Page 71-72, Brink in Cake Mix and Frosting if you have not already (please bring this week)

8th ELA:  1.  Grammar pg 82, 2.  Narrative Draft due tomorrow.  3.  Complete plot diagram started in class (add 4-6 rising actions, 3 falling actions)


Test Schedule Week of 1/4-11/8

Test Schedule:

Tuesday 11/5:  Published writing typed and draft attached.  Must be typed and printed and handed in to me. (6th Grade)

Wednesday 11/6:  8th Grade Part III In/Out Test

Thursday 11/7:

  1.  6th Vocab Grammar Unit 3 Set A and Spelling
  2. Wednesday 11/13:8th Spelling, Vocab and Grammar Unit 3 both A/B,  And Narrative Draft Due (WE AGREED TO CHANGE THE DATES)

Tuesday 11/12:  7th Religion Chapter 6 Test

Thursday 11/14:  7th Religion Unit 1 Chapters 1-6 Test

Wednesday 11/11:

  1.  6th Light Thief Chapters 6-10 Test
  2. 6th SS Cultural Site Argumentative Writing 

Announcements:  November 8 and 11 Veterans Day:  NO SCHOOL, Picture retake is on Tuesday 11/5, Radio Bingo Friday 11/1 at GSCA (Have fun!), NUT Passes went home, Check your email for important information about the Confirmation retreat on 11/23, collecting cake and frosting for Thanksgiving drive, Selected 7th grade students staying until 4 for Bingo

Thursday 11/7:

6th ELA/SS: 

 1.  Cultural Site Paper Due Wed 11/13 

2.  Study Ch 1-10 Lightning Thief Test and Vocab Ch 7-10 in reading notebook Test Thursday 11/14. 

3.  SS Chapter 2 Test from Textbook reading and work on Friday 11/15

4.  Monday 11/18 Grammar, Vocab and Spelling Unit 3 Set B (grammar portion will be type of sentences)  

7th Homeroom:  Study Chapter 6:  Test Tuesday (notes in classroom), Unit 1 Test will be due Thursday, No School Friday, No School Monday, Confirmation retreat letter went home today about 11/23, Tuesday Bingo Volunteers will help the day we come back and will be dismissed at 4 in the school yard.

8th Grade:  Good luck on your Test Saturday may God Bless You.  Dates for exams and projects given and a review was given in Reading notebook for the In/Out Test.  Narratives and Unit 3 test Wednesday

Wednesday 11/6:

6th ELA:  Study for vocab and spelling Unit 3, set A tomorrow;  Reading:  Write 3 questions about Chapter 9 that you have (do not answer)

6th SS: Work on the Intro/Body of your cultural paper.  Most students wrote their intro today.

Intro done in class.  Next paragraph answer the questions on pg 39 or write about one or two cultural sites, what might be hurting it or having it destroyed (ex:  wars, pollution, etc.) And write about it in the next paragraph.  The third paragraph tell about the person or persons on page 39 that have similar point of view as yours.  Why are they almost the same as yours?  4th Paragraph:  what might other people say to disagree with your opinion of preserving this site?  What is the argument for destroying or getting rid of cultural sites?  5th :  Restate your intro.

7th Religion:  Study for Chapter 6 Religion test, notes are on google classroom labeled Chapter 6.  We are working on an in class group assignment on the Holy Spirit.  There is no due date at this time, as we are completing in class.

8th ELA:  Sturdy for grammar, spelling, vocab unit 3 on wednesday (we changed the date), work on narrative draft due wednesday

Tuesday 11/5:

6th ELA:  1.  Write set B definitions and part of speech in your notebooks.  2.  Read the rest of Chapter 9 that we started in class and answer questions 1-5 in your notebook.

6th SS:  Work on your argumentative writing for the cultural sites.

Intro done in class.  Next paragraph answer the questions on pg 39 or write about one or two cultural sites, what might be hurting it or having it destroyed (ex:  wars, pollution, etc.) And write about it in the next paragraph.  The third paragraph tell about the person or persons on page 39 that have similar point of view as yours.  Why are they almost the same as yours?  4th Paragraph:  what might other people say to disagree with your opinion of preserving this site?  What is the argument for destroying or getting rid of cultural sites?  5th :  Restate your intro.

7th Religion:  Explain how the Holy Spirit is present in your life.  Write 1 paragraph in your notebook describing.  Use details or evidence from the text/Bible

8th ELA:  1. Vocab pg 41 Synonyms and Antonyms, Part III test tomorrow, Thursday Spelling/Vocab/Grammar U#3, Work on your Narrative Drafts Write Intro and One body paragraph


  • Writing Task:  Due Tomorrow as part of your essay
  • Use pages 162-197 of Inside Out & Back Again to complete the following writing task:
  • What do you feel are the two most difficult adjustments that an immigrant must make when they move to America? Be sure to use details from the text to support your idea.

Monday 11/4:

6th ELA:  1.  Halloween narrative due tomorrow and will be entered into Option C.  2.  Thursday U 3 Set A Spelling/Grammar Test  3.  Wed 11 Chapter 6-10 Test “Lightning Thief”  4.  Chapter 8 Questions 6-10 in Notebook.  5.  Vocab pg 41 TBG on looseleaf paper.

6th SS:  1.  Wed 11/11 Cultural Site paper due 5 paragraph argumentative paper.  Information below:

5 paragraphs:  Intro, 2 body, 1 counterclaim, conclusion.  Reference pages 38-39 in textbook, You are to use evidence from the reading to make your claim in regards to this question:  Q:  Should cultural sites around the world be protected?

I.  Title:  introduce what your essay will be about.  Answer the question and state your opinion. II.  1st Body:  (5-8 minimum):   give background and answer questions 1, 2 on page 39 III.  2nd Body:  (5-8 min):  Discuss how you agree or disagree with the different viewpoints on page 38-39.  IV.  Counterclaim (5-8 sent):  What would others say to argue against your opinion?  Last 2 sentences should emphasize your opinion and try to convince them of your opinion.  V.  Conclusion:  restate your intro (sum it up)

7th Religion:  1.  Tuesd 11/12 Ch 6 Test  2.  Thurs 11/14 U1 Test Chapters 1-6  3.  Summarize chapter 6 in your notebook 1 paragraph.  4.  Picture Retake 11/5.  5.  11/12 Canned food drive please bring in cake mix/frosting (paper went home today)

8th ELA:  1.  Wed 11/6 Part III In/Out Test.  2.  Thurs 11/7 Spelling, vocab, grammar U3 Set A/B  3.  1st Draft of Narrative Due Thursday.  4.  Summarize Part III In/Out, 1 page (TBG)


Week of Halloween

Test Schedule/Projects

Wed 10/30:  Crime Scene Project in class 6th SS

Thursday 10/31:  2nd Narrative Brainstorm due, sheets will be given in class

Thurs 10/31:  Halloween Narrative Published Piece Due, we are on the climax of the draft in class.  Do not go ahead.

Friday 11/7:  6th Grade Set A Unit 3 Vocab/Spelling

Tuesday 11/5:  Part III “Inside Out and Back Again” Test

Thursday 11/7:  8th Grade Unit 3 Vocab and Spelling 

Wednesday 11/6:  Light Thief Test 6-10

Monday 11/4:  Published writing typed and draft attached.  Must be typed and printed and handed in to me. (6th Grade)

Announcements:  We will have Ring Day and All Saints’ Day mass at 9 on Friday, Thursday will be a free dress down for Halloween (please no costumes), 

Wednesday  10/30:

7th Religion:  Chapter 5 test tomorrow, free Halloween dress down tomorrow (no costumes!)

6th SS:  Read pages 32-37 in textbook, Questions page 37 Q 1-4

6th ELA:  Vocab page 39 Words in Context TBG write it on loose leaf with a full heading, Published typed writing on Halloween is due by Monday.

8th ELA:  Finish reading Part III, 1.  Figurative language w/s this is to be done on part III of the story, not a paragraph.  2.  Plot development due tomorrow TBG.  3.  Vocab pg 43

Tuesday 10/29:

6th SS:  Crime Scene being done is school, may be finished tomorrow or Thursday then posted in Option C

6th ELA:  1.  What does it mean to be undetermined?  2.  Why are some kids summer campers and others year-rounders?  Which would you rather b?  3.  Why does Percy ask for coke at dinner?  4.  Why is Annabeth frustrated when she and Percy talk about quests?  5.  In what ways is Percy different once he gets to the bonfire?  B.   Vocab Unit 3, Set A:  Write definition and part of speech.

7th Religion:  Test for Chapter 5 will be done on Thursday and an outline was written in class by students in today’s notes.

8th ELA:  1.  Part III Test next Tuesday, 2.  Plot diagram due on Thursday (brainstorming page I was talking about)  3.  Vocab write set B Unit 3 words:  define, part of speech, 4.  Reading:  Find 5 cause and effect relationships in Part III of the story and write the sentence using the word “so”.  Examples done in class (Ex:  Mrs Gomez wasn’t feeling well, so she stayed home to rest.)

Monday 10/28: 

7th Religion:    Chapter 5 Test Wednesday, 1.  What is the good news?  2.  Why is this the best news we can get?  Use details in the Chapter.

6th ELA:  1.  Read vocab pages 36-37.  Pick 5 highlighted or bold words and use them each in their own sentence.  2.  Finish Narrative Draft.

6th SS:  On LL 1.  Who do I think kidnapped Ms. Young and Why?  2.  What sources will I use to help find the missing person?  Why?

8th ELA:  1.  Vocab pg 41 , 2.  Web in writing notebook for brainstorming,  3.  What is the significance of the Cowboy’s gift?  Track 2-3 forms of figurative language from pages 173-195 (Page #, Quote, Type of figurative langauge)



Week of 10/21-10/25

Friday 10/25:  6th Spelling, Vocab, Grammar U2, set B

Wednesday 10/30:  Chapter 5 Religion Test

Announcements: Thursday wear gym uniform and Friday.  Thursday is our trip, Friday is gym.  Saint Project due tomorrow, Pizza is Friday, Holy Hour, Mary Helpers is Tuesday 10/22, Save the Earth Club is Thursday 10/24

Thursday 10/24:

7th Religion:  Page 59 TBG # 1-8, Wear Gym Uniform TOMORROW, Pizza Day Tomorrow

Wednesday 10/23:

6th ELA:  1.  Page 35 in Vocab, 2.  Reading Sheet on Chapter 6.

7th Religion:  Scholastic book orders due Tuesday if you are interested.  The class code for online is TTLBQ (Crystal Gomez). 

Tuesday 10/22:

6th ELA:   1.voab pg 34, 2.  1st Reading Chapter 7–write gist.

8th ELA:  1.  Vocab pg 40, 2. Reading:  Exit Slip TBG Use pages 151-165 to contrast two characters experiences on the same issue in part III of In/Out

Monday 10/21:

6th ELA:  1.  Write Set B Words 1-10 in sentences TBG on LL, heading, skip lines, underline vocab words.  2.  Ch 6 summary of “Light Thief”

6th SS:  What is more reliable:  primary or secondary sources?  Why?  Use examples and explanations in your notebook –1 paragraph answer.

7th Religion:  write the definitin and faith words in your notebook.

8th ELA:  1.  vocab p 39  2.  Write a 1 paragraph connection between refugees and Ha.  How are their experiences similar or different to Ha?


Monday 10/15:

All classes, no homework.  If you have a project you are working on for my class, please continue.

Tuesday 10/16:

All classes, no homework.

Wednesday 10/17:

Please continue to work on your Saint Projects in 7th Grade:  They are due 10/22.  A paper went home today to 7th grade ladies, please sign if you choose to opt out and give to me no later than Monday.  Other papers went home today to some students, please check your folders. Gym uniforms tomorrow, $1 ice cream.  Permission slips for the trip are due tomorrow along with the $10 fee.  Thank you.

Friday 10/18:

On Tuesdays in November:  7th Graders interested in helping Mrs. Baglio and Mrs. Robin for Bingo with Grades 2 and 3:  It will be November 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th.  It will begin at 3 and end at 4.  If you are interested, please let me know so I can tell the teachers.  Thank you.


Week of 10/7-10/11

Test Schedule:

Tuesday 10/8:  8th ELA:  Part II of Inside Out Quiz

Wednesday 10/9:  6th ELA:  Chapters 1-5 Test on Light Thief

Thursday 10/10:  7th Religion:  Chapter 3 test, 6th Latitude/Longitude Test

Friday 10/11:  6/8–Spelling, Vocabulary, Grammar U2 Test, 6th Grade will only have the Spelling/vocab from Set A

Tuesday 10/15:  8th:  Published Narrative Due Clean Copy with your draft stapled to the back.  There should be no errors in this copy.  Please either type or use blue or black pen only to publish.

Monday 10/21:  6th Spelling, Vocab, Grammar U2, set B

Tuesday 10/22:  7th Religion Saint Project Due–will be given Monday

Monday 10/28:  6th Grade Social Studies Project Due on region (Students will be given information this week)

Announcements: Projects went home for 6th SS/7th Religion Today;  Friday $1 Pink Dress Down, Please check Option C for any missing work, Monday 10/14 School Closed for Columbus Day, Week of 10/15-10/18 Students will be taking the Terra Nova Exams:  Please make sure your child is well rested and has a good breakfast.  8th Grade Part II Quiz posted on 10/9, 6th ELA Ch 1-5 Test Posted 10/9 in Option C, Progress Reports will be going home October 18th

Thursday 10/10:

6th ELA:  1.  (TBG) Progress Book pages 39-41 started in class on Loose Leaf paper, 2.  Study Unit 2 Set A words for vocab, spelling and grammar test tomorrow, 3.  Work on your Narrative Draft.

6th SS:  What country in your region are you interested in and why?  What would you like to know about it?

7th Religion:  Study, re-read Chapter 4 notes in google classroom, work on your Saint Project which is due October 22, $1 Pink dress down tomorrow but wear sneakers.

8th ELA:  1.  TBG pgs 39-41 Progress on Loose Leaf, started in class.  2.  Spelling/Grammar/Vocab Test tomorrow, 3.  Published writing due 10/15

Wednesday 10/9:

6th ELA:  1. Progress Book Pages 34-35 (cite evidence, comp check and question on page 35), 2.  Vocabulary page 33

6th SS:  Latitude and Longitude Test tomorrow, study

7th Religion:  Work on your All Saint’s Day Project Due 10/22; and study for Chapter 3 test tomorrow., Chapter 4 in class assessment Friday

8th ELA:  1.  Progress Pg 34-35 do all evidence sections, comprehension check and questions on pg 35, 2.  Work on publishing your writing which is due 10/15 must be printed in pen or typed and submitted.  3.  Study for vocabulary, spelling, grammar test on Friday Unit 2

Tuesday 10/8:

6th ELA:  Progress Book pgs 26-27, Vocab pg 31

6th SS:  Textbook pg 11, Q 1,3,4

7th Religion:  Decorate the leaf and write what you are grateful for and cut it out.  Name must be on the back.  Turn in tomorrow.  Work on your project, study for chapter 3 ad 4 test

8th ELA:  Progress Book pages 20-27 (comprehension check questions, cite evidence questions and all questions on pg 25 and 27) Complete your narrative draft.

Monday 10/7:

6th ELA:  1.  Progress Book read pages  18-19, questions pg 19 in your Progress Book (comp check questions, cite evidence and questions)   2.  Vocab  Set B words, write in your notebook the definition and part of speech for all 10 words.  3.  Study for Part A test  4.  Study for Light Thief Test Ch 1-5 Wednesday

6th SS: Test on Thursday, Study.   Latitude and Longitude use your map in your textbook: TBG on Loose Leaf:   Find the continent/ocean for each of the following: 

  1.  40N, 80 W 2.   50 N, 0   3.   40N, 120E   4.   40S, 150E   5.  30S, 20E   6.  15S, 47W   7.  20N, 100W

7th Religion:  TBG pg 39, Chapter 3;  Test on Chapter 3 on Thursday please study.  All Saint’s Day project went home today.  Please read over the requirements.  

8th ELA:  1.  Progress Book Read pgs 18-19, answer all questions on pg 19 in your book  2.  Vocab pg 34  3.  Study for Vocab/Spelling Grammar Test Friday/  In and Out quiz tomorrow  4. Published Narrative due Tuesday 10/15


Week of 9/30-10/4

Test Schedule:

Monday 9/30:  6th Grade ELA Mid Unit Assessment CH 4, 

Tuesday 10/1:  8th Grade Reading Comprehension Test, 7th Birth Order Project Due

Thursday 10/3:  7th Grade Chapter 2 Religion

Thursday 10/3:  8th Part I of Inside and Out Again Test

Wednesday 10/9:  6th:  Chapters 1-5 of Lightning Thief

Tuesday 10/8: 8th:  Part II of “In/Out” Quiz

Thursday 10/10:  6th Latitude and Longitude Quiz:  Find absolute locations and relative locations, define latitude and longitude, prime meridian, equator, know the seven continents and oceans to identify where absolute location is pointing to, why is absolute location meaningful or helpful

Thursday 10/10:  Chapter 3 Religion

Friday 10/11: 6th/8th: Spelling / Vocab / Grammar Unit 2

Announcements: Candy money is due today, please send it in as soon as possible, First Friday Mass on Friday and 12 PM Dismissal-7th Grade leading the mass, 7th FRIDAY FULL UNIFORM 

Thursday 10/3:

7th Religion:  W/S on Holy Trinity, Study for Ch 3 test next Thursday

8th ELA:  vocab pg 31/32

6th ELA:  1.  Vocab Pg 29 TBG, Chapter 5 question on google classroom

6th SS:  Lat/Longitude Sheet letters K-T

Wednesday 10/2:

7th Religion:  Ch 2 test Thursday, Ch 3 Test 10/10, Finis copying notes on google classroom (symbols and guided notes for Chapter 3 if you did not finish in class)

8th ELA:  Reading Comp TBG Due tomorrow on Looseleaf, Vocab Pg 29, Sentences Part B 1-10 Subordinate/Main clause sentences, In/Out Test Tomorrow, Next Tuesday Part II Quiz

6th ELA:  Reading Summary Chapter 5, Vocab pg 28

6th SS:  In notebook, find 4 latitudes and longitudes for Asia using your textbook or any map.  

Tuesday 10/1:

8th ELA:  1.  Vocab P 28 2.  Sentences using subordinate and main clause from vocabulary U2, Set A #6-10, 3.  Reading TBG QUIZ Benchmark pages 24-31 Due Thursday

Monday 9.30:

7th Religion:  Birth Order Project Due Tomorrow, Pg 29 completed for TBG (started in class), Thursday 10/3 Chapter 2 test..notes in google classroom

8th ELA:  1.  Read:  3 direct, 3 indirect characterization of Ha.  2  Vocab pg 27

6th ELA:  1.  Read 20 minutes write the gist.  Who is the hero?  Why?  2.  Vocab pg 27.

6th SS:  Study for latitude and longitude quiz on 10/10 


Week of 9/23-9/27

Announcements:  Friday is gym please wear full uniform.  Candy Money is due 9/30.

Test Schedule:

  Tuesday 9/29:  6th ELA Mid Unit Assessment,

Wed 9/25:  6/8 Grammar,

Thursday 9/26:  6th SS Quiz

 Friday 9/27:  6th Spelling Set B and Sight Words/8th Vocabulary Test Unit 1,

Tuesday 10/1:  7th Religion:  Birth Order Project Due,

Wed 10/2: 7th Chapter 2 Religion Test

Thursday 9/26:

6th ELA:  Spelling Test tomorrow,  

  1. Read independent 20 minutes
  2. TBG:  Quote Analysis:  Chapter 4: “The less you knew, the fewer monsters you’d attract,…We put Mist over the humans’ eyes.  We hoped you’d think the Kindly One was a hallucination. But it was no good. You started to realize who you are.”    Identify who said it and analyze the quote. (1 paragraph)

6th SS:  Latitude and Longitude Sheet TBG due tomorrow

7th Religion: Welcome letters due tomorrow, work on Birth Order Project due Tuesday, Religion test Ch 2 on Wednesday

8th ELA:  Grammar grades posted, Benchmark pages 14-16, study for vocab test tomorrow Unit 1 set A/B, Reading:  1 paragraph TBG on EQ:  How do critical incidents reveal character in Inside Out and Back Again?  Focus, 3 evidence, 3 supporting/explain evidence, conclusion

Wednesday 9/25:

7th Religion:  First Friday mass will be led by 7th grade on October 4th.  Students will research tonight St. Francis on and write a welcome letter on looseleaf that will be collected Friday.  This is about a paragraph and we went over the structure in class.  They should continue to work on their writing for their birth order projects.

8th ELA: 1.  Grammar given in class.  Take 5 set a and 5 set b words.  Write a sentence with a set a and set b word together.  5 sentences  2. “In/Out Summary and last of reading Part I. 3.  Benchmark Pages  11-13 in the book.

6th SS:  test tomorrow on 5 themes

6th ELA:    Grammar given in class.  Write 10 sentences from our spelling list this week.  Reading Light Thief Ch 4 Questions 1-4

Tuesday 9/24:

7th Religion:  What is your birth order?  State 2-3 traits that you share in common with your birth order personality chart.  Give examples of each.  Are there any personality traits that you have in common with different birth order.  What are they?

6th ELA:  1.  Grammar W/S TBG, 2.  Quote Analysis:  Chapter 3 “I wish he could see you Percy.  He would be so proud.”  

8th ELA:  1.  Grammar W/S:  Take 5 vocabulary words from Set A and Set B and write 5 sentences that combine words in Set A and Set B, 2.   Reading benchmark pgs 6-10 TBG

6th SS:  Study for test on Thursday, complete the absolute location sheet, only continent not country name if you did not complete in class.  To be collected.


Monday 9/23:

6th ELA:  Spelling words high frequency words/Unit 1 Set B Vocabulary:  sea, wrote, again, carry, wait, each, feel, always, first, ask, apparel, denounce, expressly, forsake, inept, instantaneous, libel, misgiving, repast

  1.  Grammar:  Punctuate sentences W/S.  2.  Reading:  Quote Analysis Chapter 1:  “But if you recognize yourself in these pages, if you feel something stirring inside, stop reading immediately.  You might be one of us and once you that its’ only a matter of time before they sense it too and they’ll come for you.”  Identify who said it, paraphrase the quote in 1-2 sentences, Analyze the quote in 1 paragraph (about 8 sentences)

6th SS:  Study for Quiz on five themes, maps, etc; Latitude and Longitude W/S.  Review for five themes quiz on Wednesday:  general purpose map what is it and examples, thematic map what is it and examples, population map, climate map, political map, road map, physical map, what is a map scale and legend and what would you find on it?  Define latitude and longitude, 5 themes of geography what are they and what do they mean?

7th Religion:  Read the article “First, Middle, Last, How it Matters” and answer the following questions:  1.  In what ways does your birth order affect you?  2.  Do you believe a person’s birth order can impact their personality?  Use evidence to support.  This should be about 4 sentences.

8th ELA: 1.  Grammar:  Punctuate sentences W/S (TBG), 2.  Study for vocabulary test Friday, 3.  Reading:  Quick Write Number 4 TBG


Week of Monday 9/16-9/20

Announcements:  Please bring in a pleasure this week.  Headphones should be in your child’s backpack each day.  Pasta Night is Friday for those who are still interested.  Please bring in supplies if you have not already and thank you to those who have.  Please check the test schedule.  6th Grade ELA/SS:  Homework grades for TBG assignments posted in Option C 9/14.  Candy forms went home, please make sure you bring in your request form.  8th Grade TBG assignment posted in Option C 9/14.  Posted 7th Grade TBG Homework 9/17.

  1.  Friday $1 Dress Down Orange

Test Schedule:

6th SS:  Map Continents and Oceans Quiz 9-20, 8th Spelling A/B 9-18, 6th Spelling A 9-18, Religion Ch 1 9-19

7th Grade Religion:Thursday 9/19 Chapter 1 Religion, TBG Homework posted on Google Classroom in Religion Class page due by 8 AM tomorrow,

8th ELA:  Quick Write  Section 4 on looseleaf–Read page 13 in the packet answer the Quick Write with Ha in mind.

Friday 9/20:

6/8th Grammar Test Wednesday 9/25

6th SS:  Quiz on Five these of geography, types of maps, scales, global grid, all that we discussed Thursday 9/26

6th ELA:  Spelling test Friday 9/27 Set B and 10 Sight Words

8th ELA:  Vocabulary Test Unit 1 Set A/B Friday 9/27

Thursday 9/19:

6th ELA:  Read for 20 minutes your pleasure reader.  What is the mood of your story and how do you know?  Write a 1 paragraph response.

6th SS:  Study for continents and ocean quiz tomorrow, Homework Map Analysis graphic organizer only the DETAIL section.  It is ok if you can’t see the color just tell me what it shows.

7th Religion:  Wear sneakers tomorrow and there is a $1 Orange Dress Down 

Wednesday 9/18:

6th ELA:  Read 20 minutes and compare/contrast 1 of your characters to “Smelly Gabe”

6th SS:  Study for map quiz, complete chart;  Map Scales W/S

7th Religion:  Study review notes and chapter notes, test tomorrow on Chapter 1

8th ELA:  1.  Vocab pg 23, 2.  Reading:  Read Vietnam Wars Sections 1-3 and complete #’s 1-6 on page 14-15 of handout.


Tuesday 9/17:

6th ELA:  1.  Chapter 2 questions from Lightning Thief, study for Spelling test tomorrow Unit 1, Set A., 2.  Vocabulary TBG page 17

6th SS:  Study for Map and Continent Test

7th Religion:  Study for test on Thursday Chapter 1, Study Ch 1 Notes given in class.

8th ELA: 1.  Reading: “Inside Out and Back Again” read pages 12-18.  Explian Ha’s current situation and she handles it based on pages 12-18.  Include her character trait in your response (TBG, 1 paragraph) 2.  Grammar: Homework TBG on google classroom or the link below:


Monday 9/16:

6th ELA:  Study Set A words Unit 1 for Spelling Quiz Wednesday 9/18  1.  Grammar     2.  ELA:  read your pleasure reader for 20 minutes.  Response in your notebook.  What do you know about your character?  Do you like him?  Why or why not?

6th SS:  Study your continents and oceans map for quiz Friday, Answer in your social studies notebook:  What continents and / or oceans are North, South, East and West of Africa?

7th Religion:  Study your Religion Test Friday 9/19.  TBG Assignment on page   

8th ELA:   Study Set A/B words Unit 1 for Spelling Quiz Wednesday 9/18     1.  Vocabulary pg 22      2.  ELA:  Read for 20 minutes pleasure reader, fiction.  Name your character and his character traits.  Tell me what you like or dislike about him based on his trait.  Why?  5-8 sentences.


Week of Monday 9/9-9/13


  1. 6th/8th Grade:  Grades were posted for summer homework.  Please check Option C for your grades.
  2. 7th:  Please continue to cover your textbooks and folders by Friday 9.13;  return all papers that have not been sent in;  I am awaiting the answers to the questions that we discussed at parent orientation and I will email everyone when I have the answers.
  3. All Grades:  We will begin having homework this week, including TBG assignments.
  4. 7th Grade:  TBG Homework grades posted in Option C, email went home on 9-11 about the questions posed at orientation
  5. 8th Grade:  TBG Homework for grammar was posted in Option C on 9-11
  6. 6th Grade:  Posted ELA grades for Capitalization HW 9-12

Test Schedule:  Students in 6th / 8th Grade will be tested on their reading levels this week and next week; we will also have writing assessments and vocabulary/grammar assessments but they will not be graded in Option C.  These tests are to help me learn more about your child.  Thank you.

6th SS:  Map Continents and Oceans Quiz 9-20, 8th Spelling A/B 9-18, 6th Spelling A 9-18, Religion Ch 1 9-19

7th Grade Religion:Thursday 9/19 Chapter 1 Religion

Vocabulary/Spelling Words:

6th Grade:  Unit 1, Set A:  besiege, compress, dispatch, douse, famished, gainful, ingenious, irk, oaf, recede

8th Grade:  Unit 1, Set A/B:  bonanza, churlish, collaborate, excerpt, grope, jostle, laggard, plaudits, revert, vigil, adage, citadel, decree, discordant, evolve, hover, preclude, rubble, servile, wrangle

Friday 9-13: Picture Day Monday, Candy Form Went home, Blue Cards bring back, Study for Tests next week, headphones

Thursday 9/12:

6th ELA:  Grammar W/S TBG 16-24, Study Spelling, Reading W/s Chapter 1

6th SS:  Study for continents test, TBG W/S on oceans

7th Religion:  Chapter 1 summary due tomorrow, Wear Gym Uniform

8th ELA: Study spelling, vocab pg 20, Grammar Set A Write sentences TBG, Reading W/S question 4-8 to be collected

Wednesday 9/11:

6th ELA:  1.  Vocabulary Pg 16 “Choose the Right Word.”  2.  Read the rest of CH1 of Lightning Thief and answer these 2 questions:  What is the central idea of Chapter 1?  If you were Percy how would you react if you were kicked out of so many schools?  (5-8 sentences with details from the text.)

6th SS:

7th Religion:  Read Chapter 1 in religion textbook and summarize the chapter (5-8 sentences) due on Friday.

8th ELA:  1.  Writing:  In your writing notebook page 11 Activity B, write a thesis statement about one topic and Activity C do a KWL (Know about the topic, Want to learn, Learned) about your potential writing.  List about 2-3 things in each column.  2.  Reading:  Choose either “Inside Out” or “Papaya Tree” and annotate on a separate LL paper:  Put 2 questions you have, find 2 vocabulary words you don’t know or you think are important and define them or give their meaning.  How does this passage contribute to Ha’s character? TBG

Tuesday 9/10:

6th ELA:  Read pg 4-9 “Light Thief” and make an inference about Percy and provide 3 details, Vocab P 15

6th SS:  Study Oceans and Continents

7th Religion:  Timeline on looseleaf TBG of 6 events in your life with date and write how you knew God was present in 2-3 sentences.

8th ELA:  Vocab pg 17, ELA In/Oout read pg 4-9 

       1.  What do we learn about Ha?  (infer) cite 3 pieces of evidence.  2.  What is the setting?  Explain.  3  Write a gist of pages 4-9 (approx 3 sentences)


Monday 9/9:

6th ELA:  More Capitalization worksheet TBG, Fist of Shrouded in Myth

6th SS:  Development W/S

7th Religion:  Define all vocab words in Chapter 1 of your notebook.

8th ELA:  Recognizing Sentences W/S TBG;  Vocabulary pg 16 “Choose the Right Word”


Week of Tuesday 9.3- Friday 9.6

Welcome back!  I am so excited about our upcoming year.  Here is our 7th grade homework for the week. 

  • Reminders:
  • Hot Lunch will not begin until next week on Monday 9/9
  • Bus Service will begin on Monday 9/9
  • Class Pictures will take place on Monday 9/9:  Please be in full uniform.
  • Summer homework was due today.  If you did not bring it in, please have your child bring it to school tomorrow.
  • Gym will not begin until next week.

Tuesday 9.3:  

  1. Parent Orientation is Thursday 9.5 at 7PM in the auditorium.  Afterwards, you will go to your child’s classroom.
  2. Please cover your textbooks and folders in clear contact paper by Friday September 13. 
  3. Bring in a pleasure reader.
  4. Tomorrow is a full day of school, full uniform.

Wednesday 9.4:

  • Reminders:  Please cover your textbooks and folders in clear contact paper by Friday September 13.
  • Check your child’s take home folder for important information.
  • Please bring in all signed papers for the office.

Thursday 9.5:

  • Reminders:  Please cover your textbooks and folders in clear contact paper by Friday September 13.
  • Please check your child’s folder for important papers from the school.
  • Parent orientation tonight at 7
  • Contact paper 2 more books
  • A picture that will be displayed in class of your child (6,7,8) small sized
  • No bus until Monday

Friday 9.6:

  • Please cover your textbooks and folders in clear contact paper by Friday September 13th
  • Please check your child’s folder for important papers
  • Monday is the last day that I will accept summer homework 


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