Seventh grade students completed their study of the Declaration of Independence and the American Revolution. Mrs. Middleton’s and Ms. Grunow’s homerooms combined to create their own version of an Adolescent Declaration of Independence. Students particularly […]
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Middle school Literature students created alphabetical taxonomies to review for their test on short stories, which happened on Thursday. These are eighth graders in Mr. P’s homeroom completing the group assignment.
Middle school students have been creating story maps on their ThinkPads for the past few weeks. This seventh grade class was making a story map for “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson. Other authors covered in […]
Seventh and eighth grade students presented their “Wanted” and “Missing” posters on Greek characters. The posters served as a way to research and review for their unit on Greek Mythology. (Posters in pictures by seventh […]
Many remember math classes as sitting in rows, taking notes and doing problem after problem. Today research shows that the best learning happens when working together and moving around. One way we do this in […]
This year we are very excited to be using Google Classroom in the 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. Google Classroom allows the students to see and submit their homework online. A broader benefit of using […]
7th grade working on their ThinkPads and sharpening their grammar skills with the website, NoRedInk. On this, they work together to master the topics!