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300 South 11th Street
Springfield, IL 62703
217/525-3236
 

2018 - 2019

May 27 - 31

My lesson plans this semester are linked to a spreadsheet here. Please be sure to click the correct tab for your class in the bottom left-hand corner of the spreadsheet.

ALL CLASSES will be taking their FINAL EXAMS this week!


  • 7th Grade Math:  Tuesday, May 28 & Wednesday, May 29

  • 7th Grade Algebra 1:  Tuesday, May 28 & Wednesday, May 29

  • 8th Grade Algebra 2:  Wednesday, May 29 & Thursday, May 30

May 13 - 17

My lesson plans this semester are linked to a spreadsheet here. Please be sure to click the correct tab for your class in the bottom left-hand corner of the spreadsheet.

7th Grade Math:  Students will cover parts of Topic 7 (Probability) before ending the school year. The 7th Grade FINAL EXAM will be May 28 & 29. Please prepare to be successful on this test as it is a final exam and there will be no retests offered.

8th Grade Algebra 2:  Students are finishing the year with Chapter 9, which involves circles and ellipses. We have several lessons to get through to prepare them for the FINAL EXAM on May 29 & 30. Please note that this test begins the day after they get back from their 8th grade field trip. Please prepare to be successful on this test as it is a final exam and there will be no retests offered.

7th Grade Algebra 1:  Students are finishing the year with Chapter 10 (Radicals) and Chapter 12 (Data & Probability).  They will take a quiz over chapters 10 & 12 prior to their FINAL EXAM, which begins May 28. Please prepare to be successful on this test as it is a final exam and there will be no retests offered.

May 6 - 10

My lesson plans this semester are linked to a spreadsheet here. Please be sure to click the correct tab for your class in the bottom left-hand corner of the spreadsheet.

7th Grade Math:  Students are finishing up Topic 8:  Geometry. The test over this topic will be May 8. Students will finish up with some probability before their FINAL EXAM on May 28.

8th Grade Algebra 2:  Students have moved on to Chapter 9, which involves circles and ellipses. We have several lessons to get through to prepare them for the FINAL EXAM on May 29. Please note that this is the day after they get back from their 8th grade field trip.

7th Grade Algebra 1:  Students have moved on to Chapter 10, which involves problems using the Pythagorean Theorem and simplifying radicals. They will take a quiz over chapters 10 & 12 prior to their FINAL EXAM on May 28.

April 29 - May 3

My lesson plans this semester are linked to a spreadsheet here. Please be sure to click the correct tab for your class in the bottom left-hand corner of the spreadsheet.

7th Grade Math:  Students are finishing up Topic 8:  Geometry. The test over this topic will be May 6-7.

8th Grade Algebra 2:  Students are finishing Chapter 8:  Rational Functions and Relations.  They will have a test over this chapter on Tuesday, April 30. They will move on after this to Chapter 9, which involves circles and ellipses.

7th Grade Algebra 1:  Students are finishing Chapter 9:  Quadratic Functions and Equations. They will have a test over this chapter on Tuesday, April 30. They will be moving on after that to Chapter 10 which involves problems using the Pythagorean Theorem and simplifying radicals.

April 22 -26

My lesson plans this semester are linked to a spreadsheet here. Please be sure to click the correct tab for your class in the bottom left-hand corner of the spreadsheet.

7th Grade Math:  Students are finishing up Topic 8:  Geometry. The test over this topic will be May 2.

8th Grade Algebra 2:  Students are finishing Chapter 8:  Rational Functions and Relations.  They will have a test over this chapter next Tuesday, April 30.

7th Grade Algebra 1:  Students are finishing Chapter 9:  Quadratic Functions and Equations. They will have a test over this chapter next Monday, April 29.

April 8 - 12

**NOTE:  I will no longer have tutoring after school. I will continue to offer lunch time tutoring according to the schedule below.



  • Tuesday - 6th/7th Graders (Wankel  room 104)




  • Thursday - 6th/7th Graders (Webster room 123)




  • M, W, F - 8th Graders (Webster room 123)



My lesson plans this semester are linked to a spreadsheet here. Please be sure to click the correct tab for your class in the bottom left-hand corner of the spreadsheet.

7th Grade Math:  Students have started Topic 8:  Geometry. This week they are learning about the angle relationships that result from intersecting lines.

8th Grade Algebra 2:  Students are beginning Chapter 8:  Rational Functions and Relations.  They will learn how to apply what they know about operations with fractions to rational expressions.

7th Grade Algebra 1:  Students are beginning Chapter 9:  Quadratic Functions and Equations. They will learn how to graph a quadratic function and identify its properties.

March 25 - 29

**NOTE:  I will no longer have tutoring after school. I will continue to offer lunch time tutoring according to the schedule below. If students would like to stay for tutoring after school, they may do so on Tuesdays with Mrs. Wankel (room 104) or Mrs. Ballenger (room 210).



  • Tuesday - 6th/7th Graders (Wankel  room 104)




  • Thursday - 6th/7th Graders (Webster room 123)




  • M, W, F - 8th Graders (Webster room 123)



My lesson plans this semester have changed. They will be kept on a spreadsheet that is linked here throughout the semester. Please be sure to click the correct tab for your class in the bottom left-hand corner of the spreadsheet.

7th Grade Math:  Students have started Topic 8:  Geometry. This week they will be constructing quadrilaterals & triangles.

8th Grade Algebra 2:  Students are finishing Chapter 7. They will take the part 2 test before spring break.

7th Grade Algebra 1:  Students are finishing Chapter 8. They will take the part 2 test before spring break.

March 18 - 22

**NOTE:  I will no longer have tutoring after school. I will continue to offer lunch time tutoring according to the schedule below. If students would like to stay for tutoring after school, they may do so on Tuesdays with Mrs. Wankel (room 104) or Mrs. Ballenger (room 210).



  • Tuesday - 6th/7th Graders (Wankel  room 104)



  • Thursday - 6th/7th Graders (Webster room 123)



  • M, W, F - 8th Graders (Webster room 123)


My lesson plans this semester have changed. They will be kept on a spreadsheet that is linked here throughout the semester. Please be sure to click the correct tab for your class in the bottom left-hand corner of the spreadsheet.

IAR TESTING:  Will take place March 18, 19, and 20. Please be sure students get enough sleep and come ready for the tests!

7th Grade Math:  Students will be testing Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Once testing is over, they will begin Geometry.

8th Grade Algebra 2:  Students will be testing Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Once testing is over, they will finish Chapter 7.

7th Grade Algebra 1:  Students will be testing Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Once testing is over, they will begin learning about the Pythagorean Theorem.

March 11 - 15

**NOTE:  I will no longer have tutoring after school. I will continue to offer lunch time tutoring according to the schedule below. If students would like to stay for tutoring after school, they may do so on Tuesdays with Mrs. Wankel (room 104) or Mrs. Ballenger (room 210).

 



  • Tuesday - 6th/7th Graders (Wankel  room 104)



  • Thursday - 6th/7th Graders (Webster room 123)



  • M, W, F - 8th Graders (Webster room 123)


My lesson plans this semester have changed. They will be kept on a spreadsheet that is linked here throughout the semester. Please be sure to click the correct tab for your class in the bottom left-hand corner of the spreadsheet.

IAR TESTING:  Will take place March 18, 19, and 20. In preparation for this testing, all classes will review and practice the concepts that will be tested.

7th Grade Math:  Students have finished up their Statistics Project. They did a great job! Ask them to show you their infographic. We will take a break from the textbook to do some practice & review for the upcoming IAR tests on March 18-20.

8th Grade Algebra 2:  Students have finished the first part of Chapter 7. We will take a break from the textbook to do some practice & review for the upcoming IAR tests on March 18-20.

7th Grade Algebra 1:  Students have finished up the first half of Chapter 8. We will take a break from the textbook to do some practice & review for the upcoming IAR tests on March 18-20.

March 4 - 8

**NOTE:  Due to Casimir Pulaski Day on Monday, March 4, tutoring this week will be moved to Tuesday, March 5.  This will be the last week of tutoring with Mrs. Webster. If you plan to stay for after school tutoring, you will need to plan to stay Tuesdays with Mrs. Wankel or Mrs. Ballenger.

My lesson plans this semester have changed. They will be kept on a spreadsheet that is linked here throughout the semester. Please be sure to click the correct tab for your class in the bottom left-hand corner of the spreadsheet.

7th Grade Math:  Students are working on a project for Topic 6:  The Statistics Project. This topic involves using sampling to make inferences about data and populations. They will apply what they learned about data representation in 6th grade and apply this knowledge in 7th grade. Their project is due on Wednesday, March 6.  Please see the rubric in their Google Classroom folder.

8th Grade Algebra 2:  Students will continue working on Chapter 7:  Exponential & Logarithmic Functions.  With each new lesson, they are given notes and examples.  Please encourage them to use these notes to help them on their homework assignments. Also remind them that tutoring is available during their lunch period most days. They will have a Mid-Chapter 7 Test on Friday, March 8.

7th Grade Algebra 1:  Algebra 1 students will continue working on Chapter 8 this week:  Polynomials and Factoring.  They will take a test over the first half of Chapter 8 on Friday.  This chapter will cover many essential algebraic processes necessary for their success with future math concepts. This chapter, too, can be very tough for students as it is very new to them. Encourage them to complete all of their homework assignments using the notes given in class, ask questions if they don't understand, and practice, practice, practice!

February 25 - March 1

**NOTE:  Due to Casimir Pulaski Day on Monday, March 4, tutoring will be moved to Tuesday, March 5. **

My lesson plans this semester have changed. They will be kept on a spreadsheet that is linked here throughout the semester. Please be sure to click the correct tab for your class in the bottom left-hand corner of the spreadsheet.

7th Grade Math:  Students are finishing up their Topic 5 Tests and moving on to Topic 6. Topic 6 involves using sampling to make inferences about data and populations. They will apply what they learned about data representation in 6th grade and apply this knowledge in 7th grade.

8th Grade Algebra 2:  Students will continue working on Chapter 7:  Exponential & Logarithmic Functions.  With each new lesson, they are given notes and examples.  Please encourage them to use these notes to help them on their homework assignments. Also remind them that tutoring is available during their lunch period most days.

7th Grade Algebra 1:  Algebra 1 students will begin Chapter 8 this week:  Polynomials and Factoring.  Their test will be on Thursday.  This chapter will cover many essential algebraic processes necessary for their success with future math concepts. This chapter, too, can be very tough for students as it is very new to them. Encourage them to complete all of their homework assignments using the notes given in class, ask questions if they don't understand, and practice, practice, practice!

February 18 - 22

My lesson plans this semester have changed. They will be kept on a spreadsheet that is linked here throughout the semester. Please be sure to click the correct tab for your class in the bottom left-hand corner of the spreadsheet.

7th Grade Math:  This week, students will be taking their Topic 5 test. Please be sure they have done everything they need to do to prepare for this assessment. Practice problems and practice tests have been given to your student. He/she may also look over old quizzes for review as well.

8th Grade Algebra 2:  Students will begin Chapter 7:  Exponential & Logarithmic Functions.  With each new lesson, they are given notes and examples.  Please encourage them to use these notes to help them on their homework assignments. Also remind them that tutoring is available during their lunch period most days.

7th Grade Algebra 1:  Algebra 1 students will finish Chapter 7 this week:  Exponents & Exponential Functions.  Their test will be on Thursday.  They will learn how to apply positive and negative exponents to algebraic expressions, as well as how to multiply and divide expressions with these exponents. They will also use the zero exponent and fractional exponents. This chapter can be very tough for students as it is very new to them. However, a good understanding of these concepts is necessary to help with their understanding later in their mathematics experiences.

February 11 - 15

My lesson plans this semester have changed. They will be kept on a spreadsheet that is linked here throughout the semester. Please be sure to click the correct tab for your class in the bottom left-hand corner of the spreadsheet.

7th Grade Math:  This week students will apply their knowledge of solving equations to solving inequalities. The process is very much the same. This topic is extremely important for them to understand this process as this foundational skill will follow them throughout the rest of their experiences in mathematics!

8th Grade Algebra 2:  Students will finish Chapter 6: Inverses & Radical Functions.  They will learn how to add, subtract, multiply and divide functions, as well as what inverses are and how to tell if two functions are inverses of each other. They will also be revisiting square root functions and their graphs. Their Chapter 6 Test will be February 14.

7th Grade Algebra 1:  Algebra 1 students will finish Chapter 7 this week:  Exponents & Exponential Functions.  They will learn how to apply positive and negative exponents to algebraic expressions, as well as how to multiply and divide expressions with these exponents. They will also use the zero exponent and fractional exponents. This chapter can be very tough for students as it is very new to them. However, a good understanding of these concepts is necessary to help with their understanding later in their mathematics experiences.

February 4 - 8

Students will be taking their mid-year MAP assessments February 4th & 5th. While these tests do not count for a grade, they are an indicator of your child's current progress in mathematics. They beginning-of-the-year MAP scores were shared with parents/guardians at the time of parent/teacher conferences in October, so you can compare your child's current score to their earlier score to determine the progress he/she has made so far this school year.

My lesson plans this semester have changed. They will be kept on a spreadsheet that is linked here throughout the semester. Please be sure to click the correct tab for your class in the bottom left-hand corner of the spreadsheet.

7th Grade Math:  This week students will apply their knowledge of solving equations to solving inequalities. The process is very much the same. This topic is extremely important for them to understand this process as this foundational skill will follow them throughout the rest of their experiences in mathematics!

8th Grade Algebra 2:  Students continue working on Chapter 6: Inverses & Radical Functions.  They will learn how to add, subtract, multiply and divide functions, as well as what inverses are and how to tell if two functions are inverses of each other. They will also be revisiting square root functions and their graphs. Their Chapter 6 Test will likely be February 14.

7th Grade Algebra 1:  Algebra 1 students will continue working on Chapter 7 this week:  Exponents & Exponential Functions.  They will learn how to apply positive and negative exponents to algebraic expressions, as well as how to multiply and divide expressions with these exponents. They will also use the zero exponent and fractional exponents. This chapter can be very tough for students as it is very new to them. However, a good understanding of these concepts is necessary to help with their understanding later in their mathematics experiences.

January 25 - February 1

Students will be taking their mid-year MAP assessments February 4th & 5th. While these tests do not count for a grade, they are an indicator of your child's current progress in mathematics. They beginning-of-the-year MAP scores were shared with parents/guardians at the time of parent/teacher conferences in October, so you can compare your child's current score to their earlier score to determine the progress he/she has made so far this school year.

My lesson plans this semester have changed. They will be kept on a spreadsheet that is linked here throughout the semester. Please be sure to click the correct tab for your class in the bottom left-hand corner of the spreadsheet.

7th Grade Math:  Students are learning how to solve 2-Step Equations using the "Do-Undo" method. Please ask your child to show you how this works. It is extremely important for them to understand this process as this foundational skill will follow them throughout the rest of their experiences in mathematics!

8th Grade Algebra 2:  Students continue working on Chapter 6: Inverses & Radical Functions.  They will learn how to add, subtract, multiply and divide functions, as well as what inverses are and how to tell if two functions are inverses of each other. They will also be revisiting square root functions and their graphs.

7th Grade Algebra 1:  Algebra 1 students will continue working on Chapter 7 this week:  Exponents & Exponential Functions.  They will learn how to apply positive and negative exponents to algebraic expressions, as well as how to multiply and divide expressions with these exponents. They will also use the zero exponent and fractional exponents. This chapter can be very tough for students as it is very new to them. However, a good understanding of these concepts is necessary to help with their understanding later in their mathematics experiences.

January 21 - 25

My lesson plans this semester have changed. They will be kept on a spreadsheet that is linked here throughout the semester. Please be sure to click the correct tab for your class in the bottom left-hand corner of the spreadsheet.

Also:  students will be taking their mid-year MAP assessments February 4th & 5th. While these tests do not count for a grade, they are an indicator of your child's current progress in mathematics. They beginning-of-the-year MAP scores were shared with parents/guardians at the time of parent/teacher conferences in October, so you can compare your child's current score to their earlier score to determine the progress he/she has made so far this school year.

7th Grade Math:

Students are learning how to solve 2-Step Equations using the "Do-Undo" method. Please ask your child to show you how this works. It is extremely important for them to understand this process as this foundational skill will follow them throughout the rest of their experiences in mathematics!

8th Grade Algebra 2:

This week, students will begin Chapter 6: Inverses & Radical Functions.  They will learn how to add, subtract, multiply and divide functions, as well as what inverses are and how to tell if two functions are inverses of each other. They will also be revisiting square root functions and their graphs.

7th Grade Algebra 1:

Algebra 1 students will begin Chapter 7 this week:  Exponents & Exponential Functions.  They will learn how to apply positive and negative exponents to algebraic expressions, as well as how to multiply and divide expressions with these exponents. They will also use the zero exponent and fractional exponents. This chapter can be very tough for students as it is very new to them. However, a good understanding of these concepts is necessary to help with their understanding later in their mathematics experiences.

January 14 - 18

My lesson plans this semester have changed. They will be kept on a spreadsheet that is linked here throughout the semester. Please be sure to click the correct tab for your class in the bottom left-hand corner of the spreadsheet.

Also:  students will be taking their mid-year MAP assessments sometime prior to February 6th. While these tests do not count for a grade, they are an indicator of your child's current progress in mathematics. They beginning-of-the-year MAP scores were shared with parents/guardians at the time of parent/teacher conferences in October, so you can compare your child's current score to their earlier score to determine the progress he/she has made so far this school year.

7th Grade Math:

We will review the process of solving one-step equations that students learned how to do in 6th grade. They will take a quiz on Tuesday over this. They will then begin two-step equations. They will learn to write them from a word problem and solve them by "undoing" the equation.

8th Grade Algebra 2:

We will review the assignments I left for them to do last week. Students will have ample opportunities to ask questions about things they may not have been sure of from last week. They will then take the Chapter 5 Test (Part 2) beginning on Wednesday.

7th Grade Algebra 1:

We will review linear inequalities (6-5) and systems of linear inequalities (6-6) that students worked on last week and they will have a chance to ask questions. We will do a quick review of Chapter 6, then take the Chapter 6 Test beginning Wednesday.

January 7 - 11

My lesson plans this semester have changed. They will be kept on a spreadsheet that is linked here throughout the semester. Please be sure to click the correct tab for your class in the bottom left-hand corner of the spreadsheet.

I will not have tutoring this Monday (Jan. 7) after school as I am still out due to foot surgery I had over break. I will make every effort to resume Monday tutoring next week.

Semester 2 Lesson Plans

The link will take you to my Semester 2 lesson plans. Be sure to choose the appropriate tab at the bottom (7th Grade Math, Algebra 2, or Algebra 1) and look at the lesson plan for the corresponding date.

December 17 - 21

All students will be taking their Semester 1 Exam on Tuesday, December 18.

All classes have been given several ways to study for this test, as well as a multitude of practice problems to help them prepare. Please encourage them to be prepared for this test!

December 10 - 14

*Please click on the lesson plan link above to see the most current daily assignments.*

2nd & 3rd Hour Math:

Students will be covering some concepts in Topic 4 this week in preparation for their Semester 1 final exam. This test will be a comprehensive exam covering all of the topics we've had so far this year. The test will be Tuesday, December 18.

At home:

Students typically have homework each night. This will be in the form of pages from their Pearson workbook, a practice worksheet, or an online MathXL assignment. In all of these cases, they should be able to show you what they are working on.

Looking Ahead:

Below are some tentative dates for upcoming tests, assessments, and dates to remember.

12/18 - Semester 1 Final Exam  (will include Topic 4)



4th Hour Algebra 2:

Students have started Chapter 5  (Polynomials and Polynomial Functions).  They will be simplifying polynomials using the basic operations.  The semester test will comprehensively cover through the middle of Chapter 5. In lieu of a chapter test, students will take the Semester 1 Post Test on December 18.

At home:

Students typically have homework each night. This will be in the form of problems from their textbook or a practice worksheet. They should be able to show you what they are working on. Students can always go to Khan Academy and look up the topic we are working on to find additional tutorial videos or practice problems.

Looking Ahead:

Below are some tentative dates for upcoming tests, assessments, and dates to remember.

12/18 - Semester 1 Final Exam



6th Hour Algebra 1:

Students are starting Chapter 6 this week  (Systems of Equations). They will learn what a solution to a system of equations looks like and how to find these solutions.

At home:

Students typically have homework each night. This will be in the form of problems from their textbook, a practice worksheet, a MathXL assignment (online), or an online assignment from their Pearson textbook. They should be able to show you what they are working on. Students can always go to Khan Academy and look up the topic we are working on to find additional tutorial videos or practice problems.

Looking Ahead:

Below are some tentative dates for upcoming tests, assessments, and dates to remember.

12/18 - Semester 1 Final Exam (This will include parts of Chapters 5 & 6 and will count as the chapter test for these chapters.)

December 3 - 7

*Please click on the lesson plan link above to see the most current daily assignments.*

2nd & 3rd Hour Math:

Students will finish Topic 1 this week.  They will need to be able to represent real life situations with integers and rational numbers, as well as add, subtract, multiply and divide with them.

At home:

Students typically have homework each night. This will be in the form of pages from their Pearson workbook, a practice worksheet, or an online MathXL assignment. In all of these cases, they should be able to show you what they are working on.

Looking Ahead:

Below are some tentative dates for upcoming tests, assessments, and dates to remember.

12/6 - Topic 1 Test

12/18 - Semester 1 Final Exam  (will include Topic 4)



4th Hour Algebra 2:

Students have started Chapter 5  (Polynomials and Polynomial Functions).  They will be simplifying polynomials using the basic operations.  The semester test will comprehensively cover through the middle of Chapter 5. In lieu of a chapter test, students will take the Semester 1 Post Test on December 18.

At home:

Students typically have homework each night. This will be in the form of problems from their textbook or a practice worksheet. They should be able to show you what they are working on. Students can always go to Khan Academy and look up the topic we are working on to find additional tutorial videos or practice problems.

Looking Ahead:

Below are some tentative dates for upcoming tests, assessments, and dates to remember.

12/18 - Semester 1 Final Exam



6th Hour Algebra 1:

Students are starting Chapter 5 this week  (Linear Functions). They will learn about rate of change, slope, and linear relationships.

At home:

Students typically have homework each night. This will be in the form of problems from their textbook, a practice worksheet, a MathXL assignment (online), or an online assignment from their Pearson textbook. They should be able to show you what they are working on. Students can always go to Khan Academy and look up the topic we are working on to find additional tutorial videos or practice problems.

Looking Ahead:

Below are some tentative dates for upcoming tests, assessments, and dates to remember.

12/18 - Semester 1 Final Exam (This will include parts of Chapters 5 & 6 and will count as the chapter test for these chapters.)

November 26 - 30

*Please click on the lesson plan link above to see the most current daily assignments.*

2nd & 3rd Hour Math:

Students have started Topic 1 - Integers.  They will be representing real life situations with integers, as well as adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing with them.

At home:

Students typically have homework each night. This will be in the form of pages from their Pearson workbook, a practice worksheet, or an online MathXL assignment. In all of these cases, they should be able to show you what they are working on.

Looking Ahead:

Below are some tentative dates for upcoming tests, assessments, and dates to remember.

12/6 - Topic 1 Test

12/18 - Semester 1 Final Exam  (will include Topic 4)



4th Hour Algebra 2:

Students are finishing up Chapter 4  (Quadratic Functions & Relations).  This chapter covered Quadratic Equations by graphing, factoring, completing the square, and using the Quadratic Formula and Complex Numbers.  Their test will be this week.

At home:

Students typically have homework each night. This will be in the form of problems from their textbook or a practice worksheet. They should be able to show you what they are working on. Students can always go to Khan Academy and look up the topic we are working on to find additional tutorial videos or practice problems.

Looking Ahead:

Below are some tentative dates for upcoming tests, assessments, and dates to remember.

11/28 - Chapter 4 Test

12/18 - Semester 1 Final Exam



6th Hour Algebra 1:

Students are starting Chapter 5 this week  (Linear Functions). They will learn about rate of change, slope, and linear relationships.

At home:

Students typically have homework each night. This will be in the form of problems from their textbook, a practice worksheet, a MathXL assignment (online), or an online assignment from their Pearson textbook. They should be able to show you what they are working on. Students can always go to Khan Academy and look up the topic we are working on to find additional tutorial videos or practice problems.

Looking Ahead:

Below are some tentative dates for upcoming tests, assessments, and dates to remember.

12/6 - Chapter 4 Test

12/18 - Semester 1 Final Exam (will include parts of Chapter 6)

November 19 - 23

*Please click on the lesson plan link above to see the most current daily assignments.*

2nd & 3rd Hour Math:

Students have started Topic 1 - Integers.  They will be representing real life situations with integers, as well as adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing with them.

At home:

Students typically have homework each night. This will be in the form of pages from their Pearson workbook, a practice worksheet, or an online MathXL assignment. In all of these cases, they should be able to show you what they are working on.

Looking Ahead:

Below are some tentative dates for upcoming tests, assessments, and dates to remember.

11/22-23 - No School (Thanksgiving Break)

11/29 - Topic 1 Test

12/18 - Semester 1 Final Exam



4th Hour Algebra 2:

Students have started Chapter 4  (Quadratic Functions & Relations).  They will be solving Quadratic Equations by graphing, factoring, completing the square, and using the Quadratic Formula. Students will also learn a little about Complex Numbers.

At home:

Students typically have homework each night. This will be in the form of problems from their textbook or a practice worksheet. They should be able to show you what they are working on. Students can always go to Khan Academy and look up the topic we are working on to find additional tutorial videos or practice problems.

Looking Ahead:

Below are some tentative dates for upcoming tests, assessments, and dates to remember.

11/22-23 - No School (Thanksgiving Break)

11/28 - Chapter 4 Test

12/18 - Semester 1 Final Exam



6th Hour Algebra 1:

Students have started Chapter 4  (An Introduction to Functions). They will learn how to represent a graph using a rule and how to graph a rule.  They will be able to describe a pattern using an equation as well as a graph.

At home:

Students typically have homework each night. This will be in the form of problems from their textbook, a practice worksheet, a MathXL assignment (online), or an online assignment from their Pearson textbook. They should be able to show you what they are working on. Students can always go to Khan Academy and look up the topic we are working on to find additional tutorial videos or practice problems.

Looking Ahead:

Below are some tentative dates for upcoming tests, assessments, and dates to remember.

11/20 - Chapter 4 Test

11/22-23 - No School (Thanksgiving Break)

12/18 - Semester 1 Final Exam

November 12 - 16

*Please click on the lesson plan link above to see the most current daily assignments.*

2nd & 3rd Hour Math:

Students have started Topic 1 - Integers.  They will be representing real life situations with integers, as well as adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing with them.

At home:

Students typically have homework each night. This will be in the form of pages from their Pearson workbook, a practice worksheet, or an online MathXL assignment. In all of these cases, they should be able to show you what they are working on.

Looking Ahead:

Below are some tentative dates for upcoming tests, assessments, and dates to remember.

11/12 - No School (Veteran’s Day)

11/16 - Mid-Topic Quiz

11/22-23 - No School (Thanksgiving Break)

11/29 - Topic 1 Test

12/12 - Topic 4 Quiz

12/18 - Semester 1 Final Exam



4th Hour Algebra 2:

Students have started Chapter 4  (Quadratic Functions & Relations).  They will be solving Quadratic Equations by graphing, factoring, completing the square, and using the Quadratic Formula. Students will also learn a little about Complex Numbers.

At home:

Students typically have homework each night. This will be in the form of problems from their textbook or a practice worksheet. They should be able to show you what they are working on. Students can always go to Khan Academy and look up the topic we are working on to find additional tutorial videos or practice problems.

Looking Ahead:

Below are some tentative dates for upcoming tests, assessments, and dates to remember.

11/12 - No School (Veteran’s Day)

11/16 - Mid-Chapter Quiz

11/22-23 - No School (Thanksgiving Break)

11/28 - Chapter 4 Test

12/12 - (5-1) through (5-2) Quiz

12/18 - Semester 1 Final Exam



6th Hour Algebra 1:

Students have started Chapter 4  (An Introduction to Functions). They will learn how to represent a graph using a rule and how to graph a rule.  They will be able to describe a pattern using an equation as well as a graph.

At home:

Students typically have homework each night. This will be in the form of problems from their textbook, a practice worksheet, a MathXL assignment (online), or an online assignment from their Pearson textbook. They should be able to show you what they are working on. Students can always go to Khan Academy and look up the topic we are working on to find additional tutorial videos or practice problems.

Looking Ahead:

Below are some tentative dates for upcoming tests, assessments, and dates to remember.

11/12 - No School (Veteran’s Day)

11/20 - Chapter 4 Test

11/22-23 - No School (Thanksgiving Break)

11/27 - Chapter 5 Quiz

12/14 - Chapter 5 Test

12/18 - Semester 1 Final Exam

November 5 - 9

*Please click on the lesson plan link above to see the most current daily assignments.*

2nd & 3rd Hour Math:

Students have started Topic 1 - Integers.  They will be representing real life situations with integers, as well as adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing with them.

At home:

Students typically have homework each night. This will be in the form of pages from their Pearson workbook, a practice worksheet, or an online MathXL assignment. In all of these cases, they should be able to show you what they are working on.

Looking Ahead:

Below are some tentative dates for upcoming tests, assessments, and dates to remember.

11/8 - (1-1) through (1-2) Quiz

11/12 - No School (Veteran’s Day)

11/14 - Adding Integers Quiz

11/22-23 - No School (Thanksgiving Break)

11/29 - Topic 1 Test

12/12 - Topic 4 Quiz

12/18 - Semester 1 Final Exam



4th Hour Algebra 2:

Students have started Chapter 4  (Quadratic Functions & Relations).  They will be solving Quadratic Equations by graphing, factoring, completing the square, and using the Quadratic Formula. Students will also learn a little about Complex Numbers.

At home:

Students typically have homework each night. This will be in the form of problems from their textbook or a practice worksheet. They should be able to show you what they are working on. Students can always go to Khan Academy and look up the topic we are working on to find additional tutorial videos or practice problems.

Looking Ahead:

Below are some tentative dates for upcoming tests, assessments, and dates to remember.

11/8 - (4-1) through (4-2) Quiz

11/12 - No School (Veteran’s Day)

11/16 - (4-3) through (4-4) Quiz

11/22-23 - No School (Thanksgiving Break)

11/28 - (4-5) through (4-7) Quiz

12/4 - Chapter 4 Test

12/12 - (5-1) through (5-2) Quiz

12/18 - Semester 1 Final Exam



6th Hour Algebra 1:

Students have started Chapter 4  (An Introduction to Functions). They will learn how to represent a graph using a rule and how to graph a rule.  They will be able to describe a pattern using an equation as well as a graph.

At home:

Students typically have homework each night. This will be in the form of problems from their textbook, a practice worksheet, a MathXL assignment (online), or an online assignment from their Pearson textbook. They should be able to show you what they are working on. Students can always go to Khan Academy and look up the topic we are working on to find additional tutorial videos or practice problems.

Looking Ahead:

Below are some tentative dates for upcoming tests, assessments, and dates to remember.

11/7 - (4-1) Quiz

11/12 - No School (Veteran’s Day)

11/14 - (4-2) through (4-3) Quiz

11/19 - (4-4) through (4-5) Quiz

11/22-23 - No School (Thanksgiving Break)

11/27 - Chapter 4 Test

11/30 - (5-1) Quiz

12/5 - (5-3) through (5-5) Quiz

12/14 - Chapter 5 Test

12/18 - Semester 1 Final Exam

October 29 - November 2

*Please click on the lesson plan link above to see the most current daily assignments.*

2nd & 3rd Hour Math:

Students are finishing Topic 3 (Percents).  They will take their Topic 3 Test on Wednesday, October 31. We will be moving on after that to Topic 1 (Integers).

At home:

Students typically have homework each night. This will be in the form of pages from their Pearson workbook, a practice worksheet, or an online MathXL assignment. In all of these cases, they should be able to show you what they are working on.

Looking Ahead:

Below are some tentative dates for upcoming tests, assessments, and dates to remember.

11/9 - Topic 1 Quiz

11/12 - No School (Veteran’s Day)

11/22-23 - No School (Thanksgiving Break)

11/29 - Topic 1 Test

12/12 - Topic 4 Quiz

12/18 - Semester 1 Final Exam



4th Hour Algebra 2:

Students are finishing Chapter 3 (Systems of Equations & Inequalities).  They will take their Chapter 3 Test on Wednesday, October 31. We will be moving on after that to Chapter 4  (Quadratic Functions & Relations).

At home:

Students typically have homework each night. This will be in the form of problems from their textbook or a practice worksheet. They should be able to show you what they are working on. Students can always go to Khan Academy and look up the topic we are working on to find additional tutorial videos or practice problems.

Looking Ahead:

Below are some tentative dates for upcoming tests, assessments, and dates to remember.

11/7 - (4-1) through (4-2) Quiz

11/12 - No School (Veteran’s Day)

11/16 - (4-3) through (4-4) Quiz

11/22-23 - No School (Thanksgiving Break)

11/28 - (4-5) through (4-7) Quiz

12/4 - Chapter 4 Test

12/12 - (5-1) through (5-2) Quiz

12/18 - Semester 1 Final Exam



6th Hour Algebra 1:

Students are finishing Chapter 3 (Solving Inequalities).  They will take their Chapter 3 Test on Thursday, November 1. We will be moving on after that to Chapter 4  (An Introduction to Functions).

At home:

Students typically have homework each night. This will be in the form of problems from their textbook, a practice worksheet, a MathXL assignment (online), or an online assignment from their Pearson textbook. They should be able to show you what they are working on. Students can always go to Khan Academy and look up the topic we are working on to find additional tutorial videos or practice problems.

Looking Ahead:

Below are some tentative dates for upcoming tests, assessments, and dates to remember.

11/6 - (4-1) Quiz

11/12 - No School (Veteran’s Day)

11/14 - (4-2) through (4-3) Quiz

11/19 - (4-4) through (4-5) Quiz

11/22-23 - No School (Thanksgiving Break)

11/27 - Chapter 4 Test

11/30 - (5-1) Quiz

12/5 - (5-3) through (5-5) Quiz

12/14 - Chapter 5 Test

12/18 - Semester 1 Final Exam

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