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Week of April 25th - April 29th

***Weekly blog can change based on class progress****

*******Students always have homework*******

They study vocab or worksheets even if no homework is listed by day

1st Period: 7th Grade Science

Monday: Ch 11.3 notes // Ch 11.3 worksheets

Tuesday: Ch 11 Vocab test // Worksheet catch up

Wednesday: Worksheet Review

Thursday: Chapter Review pg 447-449, #1-11, 13-14,1-6

Friday: Chapter 11 test

2nd Period: 8th Grade Science

Monday: 10 min FSA drill // check worksheets // review worksheets

Tuesday: 10 min FSA drill // Ch review pg. 387-389 #1-4, 6-10, 12-15, 1-5

Wednesday: 10 min FSA drill // Ch 11 test

Thursday: 10 min FSA drill // FSA practice test

Friday: FSA dump sheet test (both)

3rd Period: Planning

4th Period: 6th Grade Science

Monday: Ch 4 worksheet check // Start Ch 4 review pg 143-145 # 1-5, 7-11, 13-16, 1-5 (HW)

Tuesday: Ch 4 Worksheet Review

Wednesday: Ch 4 Worksheet Review con’t // test prep

Thursday: Chapter 4 test

Friday: Test corrections // Chapter 5 Vocab words

5th Period: Family & Cons. Sciences

Monday: Credit Finance Charges

Tuesday: Taking out a loan

Wednesday: *******No Class ********

Thursday: Installment buying

Friday: Using Credit Wisely

6th Period: STEM / Study Hall

Monday: Study Hall

Thursday: Study Hall

6th Period: Geometry

Tuesday: Quiz #5 // Packet #6 notes

Wednesday: Packet #6 notes cont.

Friday: Packet #6 notes cont

7th Period: Planning

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