Student Speakers Tayla Belikoff Ethan Kim Core Academic Program Math, Language Arts/Social Studies, Science, Fitness Mathematics Math is everywhere in life! 6th Grade Math Teachers are Collaborative Supportive
6th Grade Math Classrooms are Rigorous Engaging Practical (real world connections) Curriculum: Glencoe Math (3rd year) Aligned ALEKS to Common Core Standards (online tutoring system)
Evergreen Math Courses/Pathways Geometry Algebra 1 Math8 Math7 Math6 = Math Prep support class available Criteria for Qualifying for Algebra in 7th Grade (may change) 1) Score of 42 or higher on the Algebra Aptitude Test (Form A)
2) Math SBA: Scale Score of 2610 and Grade of A on the semester 2 report card for 6th OR grade math Math SBA: Scale Score of 2650 on the and Grade of B+ on the semester 2 report card for 6th grade math What if my kid does not make it into Algebra in 7th grade? Language Arts and Social
Studies Transition & Integration Year-at-a-Glance Quarter Social Studies English/Language Arts Writing 1st
2 nd 3 rd 4th Geography Mesopotamia Personal Brochure Egypt
Explanatory/ Informative China Reading Units 1 & 3 of Literature Book Poetry Schooled Argument Writing The Giver China CBA
Narrative Greece DIG simulation Spiraled writing (other (explanatory, countries of argumentative study) and narrative) Drama Greek Theater Reading Selections
The Giver by Lois Lowry Theme Character Development Socratic Seminars Schooled by Gordon Korman
Reading Strategies In-Text Citations & Analysis TCI History Alive Online Textbook Full history text online Instructions on how to
access September Key words Read-aloud option Review games
Enrichment Characteristics of Civilization Current Events What historical events have shaped the world today and why are these current events happening?
What events are currently unfolding that may shape the worlds future? Extensions/Challenge Science Critical Content Developed to meet The NEXT GENERATION SCIENCE STANDARDS
ANNUAL Water, SCIENCE MODULES Weather, Natural Resources, Plants, and Ecosystems! Doing Science Inquiry and Experimentation
Engineering and design projects Research projects Modeling/ drawing to show thinking Phenomena driven Science: Hands on learning! Water and Weather! Physical Science Natural and Synthetic
Resources Earth Science Plants and Ecosystems! Life Science Physical Education Fit for life and feeling good! Weekly Routine 3 days of unit activities
1 day 16 min Fun Run 1 day Fitness Workout How to be Successful in a Fitness Class Give your best effort regardless of your skill or fitness level. Display
good sportsmanship and show respect to everyone. Display a positive attitude and be that role-model for other students to follow. Have fun! Electives Program Family & Consumer Sciences, Art,
Woodworking, Technology, Leadership, Drama, Music Family and Consumer Sciences Cooking, Sewing, and other valuable life skills taught Activity based class Teamwork Focused Art
World Art 6-7 the grade Art projects based on Elements of Art and the Principles of Design ART Drawing and Painting
7th and 8th grades Two D visual arts Focus on techniques and artists styles Charcoal, acrylic painting,
watercolor, printing, Sumi, and so much more!! Art s a l g s Pottery Three D visual arts
Focus on techniques and technical terms. sk a M s Woodworking Some self direction Great for
creative students Activity based class Technolog y& Computer Application Tech skills s Graphics, digital video,
3-D Painting Leadership 1 & 2 Drama Performance Theatre Based skills including Improv, voice techniques, and script writing Annual Musical
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Music Performance: Band Beginner Band (NO exp.) Concert Band (1-2 Years) Symphonic Band (2-3 Years) Wind Ensemble (3-4 Years; High level of Ability and Focus) Jazz Band Music Performance: Choir National StandardsDistrict Power Standards Physical: Training to develop the skills Mental: Highest (Level 4) Thinking skills; presentation Emotional: What is Art, and How does it make us Human? Music
Performanc e: Orchestra Orchestra I Orchestra II Eagle Opportunities in Music: Festival Performances LWSD Honor Ensembles (best in District) Junior All-State (best in State) Solos and (small) Ensemble Festival Counseling Registration, Services
Registration Registration Registration/Scheduling New Student Orientation Needs Survey Academic
Planning and Success Classroom Conflict Crisis Guidance Presentations Resolution Intervention Community and Counseling Referrals
Counseling Services WEB Program Activities and Athletics Middle Level Seasonal Sports Program, Clubs Most club meetings and activities occur during the homeroom time
Environmental Club Math Club Multicultural Club National Junior Honor Society
Robotics Club WEB-Where Everybody Belongs Science Club Clubs Robotics Club September through March This is a Competitive Club - Students compete in a minimum of 2 VEX IQ
tournaments hosted at EMS Team requirements Must be composed of 4-6 students Must have a parent coach Requires 4+ hours of work per week including: 1 mandatory meeting per month and optional meetings the other weeks April through June: EMS only - Sumo-Bot Battle Competition Teams build a robot that can battle another robot and push it off of a 3 foot diameter, elevated platform Questions? Email [email protected] Robotics Club Expenses
Per Student Expenses: For a team of 4, each student will e $25 ASB Fee + $25 Robotics club fee up spending about $100 Per Team Expenses: $100 registration fee + $35 per tournament fee There may be more expenses for state and worlds To get started: Students should start forming teams over the summer and identify a parent willing to be their coach VEX IQ summer camps:
www.robotengineerscamp.org Questions? Email [email protected] More info Visit the EMS robotics page on our website Contact Mr. Steele [email protected] Questions? Email [email protected] Middle Level Seasonal Sports Program Sports and seasons subject to change in 2018-19 school year
Season 1 Season 2 Season 3 Season 4 Sept Oct Nov Dec Feb Mar Apr - June
Boys & Girls Cross Country Girls Basketball 7th & 8th Grade Boys and Girls Girls Volleyball Track and Field Boys Tennis 7th & 8th Grade Boys Basketball
Boys & Girls Wrestling Girls Badminton Girls Tennis 6th Boys Basketball 6th grade Girls Volleyball A four week intramural Sports Club is offered after school in January, minimum numbers required. Evergreen Middle
School PTSA EMS PTSA supports the success of every student! Join our PTSA and show your support for our students, our staff, and our school. Funds Granted to EMS Departments Digital Balances - Science Dept.
Glass & Supplies for fusing project Art Dept. Desk Dividers Math Dept. 200 Copies To Kill a Mockingbird L.A. Dept. Finishing Sanders Woodshop
Junior Scholastic Magazine for 6th graders Scholarships for students in need Collaboration with the EMS staff for the A.V.I.D. program Hands free phone headset Front Office
Safety Equipment for crossing guards and security We know that not everyone has time to be on the PTSA Board. We know not everyone can afford to donate money to Pass the Hat. But if you have a little time in your day to volunteer a few hours.you too are supporting our students and staff!! Support for EMS students and staff:
Laptop check out Back to School Dance Fun Run Vision & Hearing Screening Winter Festival Dance Schedule distribution Staff Lunches Next Steps Whats next?
Registration at Elementary Schools Rosa Parks Dickinson Tuesday, February 20 Wednesday, February 21 Alcott Friday, February 23
Wilder Friday, February 23 Blackwell Tuesday, February 27 Spring EMS student visit to elementary schools EMS 6th grade Orientation Thursday,
August 23rd 9am-11am (Tentative) First Day of School Tuesday, September 4th *Remember to check the EMS website for updated information Student Transition
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Analyze the Problem Solution Given Need molecular formula for Prozac, C17H18F3NO molar mass of C, H, F, N, O molar mass of C17H18F3NO Prozac, C17H18F3NO, is an antidepressant that inhibits the uptake of serotonin by the brain. ... (CH4), known...
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* Self-describing grid formats - potential area for collaboration with industry * Functionality to: define/tag the new datums to GIS datasets manipulate, manage and transform between U.S. historical datums and other TRF's project point locations forward and backward in time...
Clinical Coders extract and translate information from patient notes into codes (A&E and Outpatients is done at source) Coded Information processed by the Data Warehouse team through the "Grouper" to attach an HRG code. Finance attach national tariffs to each...