8A/ 8B: Mr. Rapley & Ms. Rodgers

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Where can students find info?

Google Classroom

This is the main place to look for announcements, and assignments. Students will be turning in all assignments through this website.

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Where can parents and students check grades?

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Students and parents can check grades on Synergy. Just click the link below.

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Weekly schedule

8A Rodgers schedule

8B Rapley schedule

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Office Hours

Feel free to contact us during our office hours if you have any questions or need extra support.

Ms. Rodgers

Everyday:

11:10 AM - 11:40 AM, and 2:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Mr. Rapley

Monday-Thursday:

10:50 AM - 11:10 AM, 3:30 PM - 3:50 PM

Friday: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

What will your students be learning in math and science (with Ms. Rodgers)?

Class Information (Math)

This course will cover number sets, exponents, linear equations, functions, triangle theorems, transformations, and volume. Don't forget the grading policy is on the syllabus which can be found on Google Classroom.

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Class Information (Science)

This course will cover properties of matter, forces and interactions, earth and space systems, human impacts, and natural selection. Don't forget the grading policy is on the syllabus which can be found on Google Classroom.

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What will your students be learning in ela AND hISTORY (with MR. rAPLEY)?

Class Information (ela)

This course will be divided into sections focused on writing skills, reading comprehension and literature. Students will be writing their own memoirs, developing research skills, researching social justice issues, forming arguments for position papers, and analyzing dystopian fiction novels.

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Class Information (US hISTORY)

This course will review the major ideas, issues, and events that shaped the founding of the nation. Students will explore the geography of place, movement, and region, starting with the Atlantic seaboard and then American westward expansion, the Civil War and Reconstruction, and finally, industrialization in the late 1900s.

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