8th Grade: On Tuesday the Catholic Church celebrated Jesus' baptism when He heard His Father say that Jesus was His son with whom God was well pleased. This week let us keep in mind that we are God's children with whom He is well pleased! Now share this epiphany by seeing this in each other!
It is a lovely week!!
No School Monday to HONOR Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Reminders: Still due from SOMEof you: D Street $ were due by Monday, Jan. 9
? of the Day: 1/12: Did you see "Religion" below and remember that you were going to
make a Birthday card - we need it tomorrow!
1/11: Write a response to the quote from class.
1/10: Ask your parents what they know about the Civil Rights Movement.
1/9: Find one individual (that you did NOT hear about today) who was in involved
with the Civil Rights movement and write their 5W's and their impact on the
movement. Check "History" for clarity on the homework.
8 Religion: 1/12: Write about your experiences with people and separation, buffers.
What TYPE (common interests) of people do you gather with? Do you
interact with other groups? If not, why? If so, how do you feel
when changing to other groups? Are there buffer areas around the groups?
How do people interact in these areas?
8 US History: 1/12: Everyone read about the "Wheels to Freedom" - handout from class
Choose area of China for International Night Research
1 /11: complete questions on the "Children's March" DVD
due Tomorrow; Wednesday's computer group: Read Selma in magazine
and p.723-724 in textbook
1/9: Today we heard President John F. Kennedy say that we needed
to ask ourselves how we felt about living in a country where we
would not want to have the skin color of a fellow citizen. I ask
you today how do you feel about exchanging places with a fellow
citizen who is different than you in culture, race, religion,
economic status, gender - would you feel comfortable in
our country exchanging places? Please give a thoughtful "why"
whether you respond yes or no.
8 Physical Science: 1/11: Lab Complete worksheet and check Ch 4 Notes
1/9: Ch4 S3 Cornell Notes
8 Algebra: Keeler: 1/12: p.159 # 2-18 even
1/11: p.156-157 WE #4-48 every 4th even
1/10: p.156-157 WE #2-50 every 4th even
1/9: p.156 OE #2-24 even
Mrs. Tyler's Assignments: Mrs. Tyler's BLOG
Mrs. Lorenzi's Assignment: Mrs. Lorenzi's BLOG
Mrs. Wennberg's Assignments: Mrs. Wennberg's BLOG
7 Life Science: 1/12: Study folded notes for TEST tomorrow on each area of Ch2 and Ch 4:
cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, organism
organism, population, community, ecosystem
Section 2: history of the types of cells and scientists
Section 3: 3types of cells and their organelles
Ch2, S3: nutrients and their sources and functions, uses
1/9: Complete in depth study guide notes to prepare for
lab practicals this week and test on Thursday
7 World History: 1/10: Continue to memorize countries of the Middle East.
1/9: Parent signatures on Middle Eastern Countries Quiz.