8th, 7th, and 6th grade scramble: get it in. if you are short grades read student portal. Get clarity and get it in!
Andrea Johnson, case manager of Kenwood Academy shared that, "Our next open house is November 11th 9th-12th 1:00 p.m.-4:00p.m. I would advise parents to attend that to get an overall tour of the school. I can provide a description of the LRE settings at Kenwood for parents/staff. At that point any staff or parent who would like to visit a specific setting to help with IEP planning, we can make arrangements." There you have it. Make plans to be there and let Mr. Florell or Mrs. Gamboa, case manager know so we can assist you in any way.
8th Grade Constant of Proportionality is due 10/19/17: 3 Problems check Google Classroom.
7th Ratio and Proportion Problems; due Wednesday. Equivalent fractions, proportions, and Unit Rates due Wednesday.
6th Grade turn in all Homework on Friday 10/20/17.
8th ELA Reading Logs due 10/20/17: paragraph summary, fill out the sheet.
8th Grade Pride of Baghdad Elements of Plot Informative Essay; Rough draft of Introduction.
8th Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian: Rough Draft of Introduction due Friday 10/10/17.
7th Grade This One Summer Elements of Plot Informative Essay Rough Draft Intro paragraph
8th Grade Math will be working on Scientific Notation. Due Friday: students must take standard notation and change it to Scientific Notation, than match the notation with the picture. This is all done in Meters (m); so actualize a meter as the width of a doorway, 40 inches, but use common sense with the original notation.
6th Grad will be working into actualizing word problems and finding in our words to know what is expected of the problem and what operation we will use to convert. Also, we will look more into the progress check we had for using fractions on a number line.
7th grade will continue to find proportions and solve by cross multiplication.
From ELA we will begin 6th grade to write a narrative and poetry from a list.
7th grade will continue to Given access to graphic organizers and sentence starters, as well as access to assistive technology, student will produce an argumentative, persuasive, or explanatory writing piece that includes the following: an introductory paragraph containing an attention grabber, a topic statement, and a thesis statement; two body paragraphs containing a topic sentence, text evidence, and an explanation of how the text evidence supports her thesis statement; and a conclusion that contains a restatement of her thesis as well as a concluding statement, in 4 out of 5 attempts.
Also, focus on declarative sentences. Don't forget to read 30 minutes a day and keep a Reading Log.
8th Grade: Given sentence starters students will write a summary of the reading selection including characters, setting, major event and ending, and retell the passage to an adult 8/10 opportunities.
We will also begin writing about a persuasive essay about whether it is right to use Native Americans as mascots.
The Affy Tapple sale continues this week!
Many parents have told us they need additional order forms - you can download them from the Ray website here or pick up a hard copy in the main office. Keep up the good work selling individual items or cases! We will be distributing orders after school on the north playground from 3:45-4:15on 10/24, 10/25, 10/26 and 10/27. If these dates and/or times are not convenient for you, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 312-730-5883and we can work out alternate arrangements for pick up.
Orders are due this Friday, October 13. Please Please add your student’s name and homeroom number/teacher name to your order forms, attach a check, and turn them into your student’s teacher or the main office.
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