Dear Parents and 8th Graders,
On Monday, the third trimester will start. It's the last
trimester your 8th grader will experience at St.
Paul. Now is not the time to just let them coast through
until the end of the year. They will most likely need even
more guidance as they get excited for finishing up at St. Paul,
graduation, and the start of high school. You will need to
keep them grounded and focused on the everyday tasks they need to
accomplish. We are in this together! We will see
them through until June. We got this! Right??
Keep your chin up and keep lifting up your child in prayer.
Pray for their success, for them to make wise decisions, and for
them to stay close to their Lord through all
Homework envelopes might be coming home on Monday. Please
sign and return.
As we made the Washington DC decision, the hardest thing I had
to do was let you all know about it. After I sent off the
email, and headed home so many thoughts were going through my mind.
I was relieved to have had finally made a decision, but at the same
time I know how awesome this trip is and so do those of you who
have attended the trip. I feel so bad for both of my classes
that were unable to go on this trip. I realize the kids maybe
don't understand what they are really missing, but honestly, it is
a lot to be missing out on. Please know, we truly did try to
make this happen. Thank you for the kind words, emails, and
prayers throughout all of this. Your support is appreciated
and means so much to me.
Ms. Amling will begin teaching 8th grade for our new
unit. This week, she will be teaching about the United States
during the Great Depression.
This week in 8th grade, we are focusing on
Electricity. We will be having a quiz on Lessons 1-3
Wednesday, March 10th!
We've begun our next novel, Moon
Over Manifest by Clare
We'll begin our writing project, a Problem and
Solution essay, focusing on an issue facing our environment,
society, or personal health. Research will be required.
Assignments will be on Google Classroom.
Unit 10 building understanding activities this
week; definition test on Thursday, March 11th; spelling test on
Friday, March 12th
5-8 P.E. HIIT workouts
Fischer Music researching composers from the Fantasia
Pre-Algebra: This week we will cover these topics: Percent of
change with dimensions, multiple unit multiples, formulas for
sequences, and simplifying square roots.
Algebra: This week we will cover these topics: Solving
absolute-value equations, Multiplying radical expressions, and
solving two-step inequalities. Math test March
Both math classes-
Pi Day Celebration-Friday, March
12! We will do special Pi Day activities in class on
this day. Students are allowed to bring a drink from
home. Acceptable drinks besides water are: sports drinks,
lemonade, fruit juice, and soda. Please no high energy drinks
and limit the drinks to 16 oz.
Crossing Guard Schedule
- Mar. 8 Hunter / Andrew
- Mar. 15 Livia / Matthew
Right Around the Corner
- March 26: 11:00 Dismissal
- March 29 - April 5: Spring Break No School
In His Service,