Eighth Grade and Math — Mrs. Schumann

From the Desk of Mrs. Schumann April 15-23

Dear Parents and 8th Graders,

Remember to submit your photos for the graduation video to the Google file.

We will be taking an individual picture of your child to be used as a graduation gift and quite possibly in the graduation video.  This picture will take place during the school day on Wednesday, April 21.  Please make sure your child is wearing something extra nice this day.  Thank you.

Community service hours are due in May.  Please look for things to do around the house, yard or a neighbor's yard to get some service hours banked.  Don't forget the church is always looking for someone to run the power point for the weekend church services. 

Crossing Guard Schedule

  • Apr. 19     Toby / Bryan
  • Apr. 26     Jayden / Simeon

Right Around the Corner

  • May 2 - Confirmation at St. Paul
  • May 26 - 8th Grade Chapel Service
  • May 31- No School- Memorial Day


Social Studies

8th Grade - We will be starting a new unit, Unit 9.  This week, we will be covering some issues in America in the mid-1900's, specifically the Cold War and Civil Rights. -Ms. Amling


This week in 8th grade, we are learning about Sound.  There will be no tests or major assignments due this week!

Language Arts


We will finish Moon Over Manifest by Clare Vanderpool this coming week.  We are preparing for an essay test over its themes and Vanderpool's development of the minor characters.   



The Final Draft of the Problem & Solution essay is Monday, April 19th.  We will be displaying and presenting what we have learned about our various topics.



Review activities for the CUMULATIVE TEST over Units 1 - 12 will prepare us for the test on Friday, April 23rd

 PE/ Music




5-8 P.E.  

Fischer Music- Incredibox. 


  We will continue in our second chapter of Excel Mr. Yurk told me the 8th grade class has been doing a great job.  




 Pre-Algebra: We will cover lots of math this week.  Probably no tests.

Algebra: We will be covering these topics: how to finish our milk at lunch time, how not to eat candy in class without permission, and how to keep our focus.  If there is time for some algebra, I just might sprinkle the class with a few lessons. No tests this week.

In His Service,

Mrs. Schumann