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Will you be the next Spartan of the Month?
Tell me why this math problem works with any number. You need to have a logical mathematical answer to get credit.
Dates to Remember
Remember if you have an F on a Report Card you may be staying back in your regular classes until Mid-Terms or your teachers email me and let me know you are passing all of your classes.
Parent Teacher Conference Schedule
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Monday Nov. 6th 2:45 pm - 6:30 pm
Wednesday Nov. 8th 2:45 pm - 6:15 pm
Monday Feb. 5th 2:45 pm - 6:30 pm
Wednesday Feb. 7th 2:45 pm - 6:15 pm
2018 State Testing Schedule
ELA: Grades 5 / 8 --- March 20 - 21
ELA: Grade 6 --- March 23 - 24
ELA Grade 7 --- March 27 - 28
Math / Algebra: Grades 5 / 8 --- April 24 - 25
Math: Grades 6 / 7 --- April 27 - 28
Science: Grade 5 --- May 1 - 2
Science Grade 8 --- May 4 - 5
Social Studies grades 6 --- May 8 - 9
Internet Safety Resource
I want to encourage all parents to check out this free resource on how to keep our children safe online. This resource is called NETSMARTZ WORKSHOP.
Never underestimate the ability of a small group of dedicated people to change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”
Some Cool Math Websites:
Math Mavens Mystries
Nick's Mathematical Puzzles
John Urschel's Wednesday Morning Math Challenge
Click the pic to the left to listen to Podcasts for Students
Click here to check out student created pod casts
How to Share a Doc / File / Folder
How to attach a document to Gmail
In Gmail, click the Compose button.
Click the paperclip icon at the bottom of the compose window.
Browse through your files and click the name of the file you'd like to attach.
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Mr. shoemaker's email: email@example.com
Mr. Shoemaker's school email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To make a submission to an assignment students can:
Click on the assignment for which they'd like to make a submission.
Click on the Submit Assignment button in the Submissions area in the right column.
Select one of these options:
Upload—Select a file saved to the computer.
Create—Create a document on the web using the text editor.
Resources—Select a file from the My Resources area or from a Resource App.
If the student is using Google Drive, simply check the Google Drive file you'd like to use and click on the Select button to import the file to the assignment.
Click the Submit button to finish.
Why be in Enrichment?....You could change the World
Mr. Shoemaker's Expectations for Classes
1. Every Student comes to class ready to learn.
2. Every Student will respect each other in words and deeds.
3. Every Student will stay on task and do the project or activity at hand.
4. Every Student will keep control of all materials and supplies they are working with.
5. Every Student will follow the rules and expectations of OUR School.
1. Every Student comes to class ready to learn.
2. Every Student will try to have a 3.0 GPA and be on the Honor Roll.
3. Every Student will keep up on work given to them from their core classes.
4. Every Student will do their very best, and participate in all projects and activities.
5. Every Student will use technology appropriately, and wisely.
Hour of Code
Overview: The 'Hour of Code' is a nationwide initiative by CSEdWeek and code.org to introduce computer programming to 10 million students and encourage them to learn programming.
Overview: Genius hour is a movement that allows students to explore their own passions and encourages creativity in the classroom. It provides students a choice in what they learn during a set period of time during school.
Project Based Learning
Overview: Project Based Learning is a teaching method in which students gain knowledge and skills by working for an extended period of time to investigate and respond to a complex question, problem, or challenge.
This year one of my goals is to have each student create a blog. It will be an on-line journal of work, reflections, art, photos and videos that students take or make. This will be a whole year, on going project that I believe will be great to look at by the end of the year.
This year I have several goals I want us as a class to focus on and meet.
1. Students will become Independent Learners
2. Students will spend more time on task than playing around
3. Students will produce high quality work
4. Students will become better at working with partners or groups
5. Students will work together to complete their projects on time
6. Students will step out of their comfort zone and try new things
It is your responsibility to be safe and respectful on the bus as you come and go from Enrichment. In case you misbehave, I want to make it clear what the consequences are:
1st offense: Warning
2nd offense: 1 week off bus
3rd offense: Remainder of semester off bus
4th offense: Remainder of year off bus
If you or your parents have any questions please contact Mr. Shoemaker.
Important Dates for 2017-2018 School Year
23th First Day of School
4th No School--Labor Day
6th No School--Teacher In-service
6th & 8th Parent Teacher Conferences
10th No School--ALL SCHOOLS
22nd- 24th No School--Thanksgiving Break
December / January
20th - Jan 2nd Christmas Break
3rd First day back from Christmas Break
15th No School--MLK Jr. Day
5th and 7th Parent Teacher Conferences
8th No School--District In-service Day
9th No School--ALL SCHOOLS
19th No School--President's Day
March / April
30th-1st--No School Spring Break
28th No School--Memorial Day
5th Last Day of School
6th Last day for Teachers