Required daily math materials:
1. Notebook dedicated solely for math
2. Textbook
3. Folder (pocket in binder or accordian folder is ok too) just for math
4. Pencils
5. Interactive Study Guide (ISG) Workbook (Honors only)
Homework Scoring Rubric
5 points  Assignment is entirely complete, all work shown, all explanations complete
3 points – Some work missing. At least half of problems or questions are complete
1 point – All questions answered, but answers only. No work shown and/or no explanation provided
0 points – Work forgotten (locker, home, or another class), less than half completed, or not done at all
*If you are stuck – if, after attempting a problem or attempting to answer a question you do not know how to complete it, copy the question and write a question related to the problem next to the work you have shown already. If your question(s) shows you have made an honest attempt to understand the problem, your work may still receive full credit
**No late homework will be accepted (absences excluded)
Course Syllabus:
7th Grade Field Trip Form 2018:
7th Grade Mathematics Units:
7th Grade Math Units:
Chapter 1  Ratios and Proportional Reasoning
Chapter 2  Percents
Chapter 3  Integers
Chapter 4  Rational Numbers
Chapter 5  Expressions
Chapter 6  Equations and Inequalities
Chapter 7  Geometric Figures
Chapter 8  Measure Figures
Chapter 9  Probability
Chapter 10  Statistics
7th Grade HONORS Units:
Chapter 1  The Language of Algebra
Chapter 2  Operations With Integers
Chapter 3  Operations With Rational Numbers
Chapter 4  Powers and Roots
Chapter 5  Ratio, Proportion, and Similar Figures
Chapter 6  Percents
Chapter 7  Algebraic Expressions
Chapter 8  Equations and Inequalities
Chapter 9  Linear Functions
Chapter 10  Statistics and Probability
Chapter 11  Congruence, Similarity, and Transformations
Chapter 12  Volume and Surface Area
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Upcoming Tests/Quizzes: Periods 2,4,5  Chapter 6 Quiz  Tuesday, 2/19 (new date!)
Periods 1 & 8  Chapter 7 Quiz  Tuesday, 2/19 (new date!)
Homework  Week of 2/11 through 2/15
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Monday:
Period 1  no school  snow
Period 2  no school  snow
Period 4  no school  snow
Period 5  no school  snow
Period 8  no school  snow
Tuesday:
Period 1  no school  snow
Period 2  no school  snow
Period 4  no school  snow
Period 5  no school  snow
Period 8  no school  snow
Wednesday:
Period 1  pp.302,303 #s 1650 evens; chapter 7 quiz moved to Tuesday, 2/19
Period 2  pp.485,486 #s 111; chapter 6 quiz moved to Tuesday, 2/19
Period 4  pp.485,486 #s 111; chapter 6 quiz moved to Tuesday, 2/19
Period 5  pp.485,486 #s 111; chapter 6 quiz moved to Tuesdasy, 2/19
Period 8  pp.302,303 #s 1650 evens; chapter 7 quiz moved to Tuesday, 2/19
Thursday:
Period 1  ISG p.155 midchapter check; study for Tuesday's quiz
Period 2  actively study for Tuesday's quiz (HW practice sheets, online resources, etc.)
Period 4  actively study for Tuesday's quiz (HW practice sheets, online resources, etc.)
Period 5  actively study for Tuesday's quiz (HW practice sheets, online resources, etc.)
Period 8  ISG p.155 midchapter check; study for Tuesday's quiz
Friday: NO HOMEWORK ON FRIDAYS UNLESS SOMETHING IS WRITTEN BELOW
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Suggestions for helping with homework:
Rather than showing your child "the right way" to do a problem, ask your child to explain their thinking
If a child (and you as a parent) have worked hard on a problem without success, you stop after a reasonable amount of time and ask for help in class the next day
If you, as a parent, are unfamiliar with the math, you can still help by asking questions such as:
"Have you done any problems similar to this before?"
"Can you explain what you do understand about this problem?"
"What do you think the problem is asking you to do?
Congratulations to the following 7th Grade Soaring Students of the Month:
September  Matilyn Stone
October  Caitlyn Dur
November  Natasha Sichanh
December  Paige Keeley
