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Jan 13-17- Back in the swing of things!

1st Period: 8th Grade Science

Monday: Review Worksheets // Start Newton laws slide show

Tuesday: Newton’s video

Wednesday: Con’t Newton Laws slide show // start worksheets

Thursday: Worksheets Con’t // review // slide show cont

Friday: Vocab Test chp 7 & 8


2nd Period: Biology

Monday: ATP Videos cont // EOC page review

Tuesday: Video with at least 15 key points

Wednesday: EOC page review // section 3 on APT and

Thursday: Photosynthesis cycle

Friday: EOC Vocab set #3-4 test // Catch up


3rd Period: Liberal Arts Math

Monday: Meal Planning Prep con’t

Tuesday: Video with 15 points for notes

Wednesday: Meal Planning Prep con’t

Thursday: Share “one day” in your week of meals and the cost (Meal Planning Presentations)

Friday: Meal Planning Presentations con’t // turn in paper project


4th Period: 6th Grade Science

Monday: Review worksheets // Section 15.3 slide show

Tuesday: Billy Nye Video (due at the end of class)

Wednesday: Finish 15.3 slide show // worksheet “inner planet”

Thursday: Review worksheet // flash card game // FIELD TRIP MONEY DUE!

Friday: Chapter 15 Vocab test // start 15.4 slide show


5th Period: Agricultural

Monday: Garden weeding // dairy cow notes

Tuesday: Movie

Wednesday: No class

Thursday: split class (weeding// seedlings)

Friday: split class (weeding// seedlings)


6th Period: 7th Grade Science

Monday: Movie

Tuesday: Movie with work sheet // due at end of class

Wednesday: ****early release ***** Review circulation worksheet

Thursday: Start 5.3 slide show

Friday: worksheet 5.3 (prep work if not finished)


7th Period: Planning

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