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-Team G will post the weekly calendar and important reminders on a weekly basis.  Postings will be made on Friday by noon.  If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Troxell at  Check back frequently for updates.

Team Teachers:
Mrs. Troxell - Team Leader and Language Arts
Mrs. Block - Science
Mrs. Fielding, Ms. Narvesen -Math  
Mr. Lizarraga, Mrs. Gordon - Spanish, French

Mr. Guignino, Mr. Warchut - Social Studies
Mrs. Szabo, Ms. Praven - Social Studies/Reading
Mr. Perrone - Special Education


                                                             WELCOME TO TEAM G!

                                                     Friday, October 31st - Happy Halloween

LANGUAGE ARTS:...Read chapter 4 and chapter 5...complete one complete journal entry for Each chapter to prepare for 50 pt literature discussion on FRI

Science: Complete "The Beat Goes On" Discoveryeducation activity, if not finished in class.  



1)  UYAS 5:   Read p. 285-286; #2-4, 8

2) Quiz Thurs  3.3, 3.4, UYAS 5

Math 8:

Equation Solving with multiple steps and tricky numbers! (Due Thurs. along with corrected work from Mon. night HW)

Español: Sr. L =  NO HAY TAREA 


Français: M. L =  PAS DE DEVOIRS


SOCIAL STUDIES: (Mr. Guignino) You will need a full 6 pages of notes (total) on your individual research topic and 3 thoughtful reflection for the start of class on Monday - worth 10 points. We are down to our last few days of research time in the Library - if you are behind plan to stay after school or work during period 7 or 8.  Check the due dates chart to see when the next major part of this project is due.


(Mr. Warchut)  You will need six full pages of notes with reflections for class Monday.  You should be completing a page of notes each day in order to remain on track.  Being on track with notes is your only homework this week and weekend.

Independent Reading (20 minutes)



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