Well folks, it's the last regular week on the year, but it really isn't that regular.
Monday/Tuesday: Prepare your Sex Ed packet for turning in the next time I see you.
Wednesday/Thursday: No homework. In fact there will be no other homework from here on.
Friday: See you on Monday for graduation prep.
Monday/Tuesday: Don't forget to get your portfolio done before Friday. You also can't forget babies come in Tuesday/Wednesday.
Wednesday/Thursday: Don't forget to get your portfolio done before Friday. Also complete Teen Parenting worksheet.
Friday: Heading into our last instructional week! No homework unless you haven't cleared your check out sheet.
Day 1: There is no homework for today's lesson, but I do need you to prepare your notebooks for your upcoming portfolio presentation. So, update your table of contents so it is perfect! Also, don't forget that all harbor cruise money is due the 25th, this Friday!
Day 2: Tonight you need to interview your parents about Dating! Be sure to complete the handout before tomorrow!
Day 3: Bring in two raw eggs! Drop them off in the morning.
Day 1: No Homework. Be rested for the state test. Did you do well with part one of the science test?
Day 2: Take home the Values and Choices schedule, leave it with your parents, and fill out the reflection sheet.
Friday: Complete the "What I Think" survey for Monday.
Monday/Tuesday: Testing begins later this week! Be prepared! Review sections 1-3 in your review packet. Planetary project is due Friday!!!
Wednesday/Thursday: Testing Begins Thursday!!! Review sections 4-6 in your review packet. Planet Project is due Friday!!!
Friday: Testing has begun! Review sections 7-9. Monday is the STATE SCIENCE TEST that you will DOMINATE with your incredible BRAINS!! MUH_AHHHAHHH!!!!
Monday/Tuesday: Look at each of the compounds (molecules) on your balancing equations work sheet and write an I over the compounds that are Ionic, a C over those that are covalent, and B over those molecules that have both types of bonds. Oh, and if you haven't already, bring in those fluids! ...and Get your parent input page signed by your parents!
Wednesday/Thursday: Last day to get your parent input page in you notebook signed!
Friday: Have a great break! See Ya!
Monday/Tuesday: Be sure you can answer every question on the study guide I gave you! Update your table of contents would certainly help too. Lastly, if want to participate in the pHear pHactor lab next week you should bring me a note from your parents saying you have no allergies.
Wednesday/Thursday: Balance Equations, finish it up! Oh, and if want to participate in the pHear pHactor lab next week you should bring me a note from your parents saying you have no allergies.
Friday: Bring in three sealed baggies with liquids you are curious about. Don't bring fuels or alcoholic drinks! Think shampoos, sodas, juice, oil, windex, hot sauce, etc.
Monday/Tuesday: Be sure to do a final draft of the results page before I see you next! Color Code your results!
Wednesday/Thursday: Tonight you need to write your final draft conclusion!
Friday: No homework. Be ready for some brain crunching work on Monday though!
Monday/Tuesday: Today you learned about the characteristics of chemical reactions! Now go home, and on the left side of your new entry, you need to identify and explain a minimum of three chemical reactions that happen at home. You don't need to create reactions, just explain them.
Wednesday/Thursday: Tonight you will make final copies of the Title Page, Introduction, and Hypothesis for your upcoming lab. Don't forget to use the lab writeup guidelines.
Friday: Tonight your materials, procedures, and data table should be perfect final draft in preparation for next week's lab. Remember, if it isn't final you don't get to do the lab!
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