Reminders - Important Dates
Don't forget to buy & sell Penny Party Raffles
Send in Registration 2018-2019 AND Field Trip $
Ash Wednesday Feb. 14th - 1:15 Prayer Service
Presidents' Day Monday Feb. 19th - NO SCHOOL
St. Basil's Practice Exam on MARCH 3rd
Mount's Practice Exam on MARCH 24th
Mullen - 303 Homeroom
~ TECH/LIBRARY ~ Mondays
~ ART ~ Tuesdays
~ GYM ~ Wednesdays
~ MUSIC ~ Thursdays
Sweeney - 301 Homeroom
~ TECH/LIBRARY ~ Mondays
~ ART & GYM ~ Tuesdays
~ MUSIC ~ Wednesdays
February 12th - 16thNotes:
301 - Gym - Tuesdays
303 - Gym - Wednesdays
SCIENCE - Test Friday 2/23 Adaptations, Study and make sure SDR complete
1. Be Respectful to Everyone
2. Be Responsible for Yourself
3. Take Care of Your Property, the Property of Others, & School Property
4. Listen & Follow Directions
5. Raise your hand & Wait to be called on
Hercules and the 12 (Modern) Labors
Create a poster illustrating the 12 Modern Labors that you would task Hercules with completing. You may use either photographs or your own artistic skills to illustrate the Labors. You must also include a brief description (4-6 sentences) as a caption for each Labor and what the requirements to complete them will be.
You will present your poster to the class, describing the Labors you chose. You must also explain to the class why you chose the Labors you did and how they are a modern equivalent to the Labors Hercules performed in the myth.
Your presentation should last between 60 and 90 seconds.
The Number System
o Know that there are numbers that are not rational, and approximate them by rational numbers.
Expressions and Equations
o Work with radicals and integer exponents.
o Understand the connections between proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations.
o Analyze and solve linear equations and pairs of simultaneous linear equations.
o Define, evaluate, and compare functions.
o Use functions to model relationships between quantities.
o Understand congruence and similarity using physical models, transparencies, or geometry software.
o Understand and apply the Pythagorean Theorem.
o Solve real-world and mathematical problems involving volume of cylinders, cones and spheres.
Statistics and Probability
o Investigate patterns of association in bivariate data.
The Religion Guidelines of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia for Seventh Grade will be followed this year.
Text: ┬Christ our Life - Loyola Press
Website: www.Christourlife.com ┬
Focus: ┬The 7th grade program is devoted to God’s saving love as it is revealed through His son, Jesus. ┬Students will develop a deeper understanding of the person of Jesus and will explore His impact on the world by reviewing the doctrine that Jesus is true God and true man. ┬Students will create a vivid portrait of Jesus as the Messiah through in-depth study of Scripture. Reflecting on the Church’s teachings about Mary, the Mother of God, as the first disciple and contemplating the impact that Jesus had on the Apostles, students will achieve awareness and understanding of how their own relationship with Him can deepen and become more personal.
In addition to an in-depth study of Jesus’ early years, students will review the liturgical year including the Advent season. ┬Holy Days, days in honor of Mary, and feast days of the saints will ┬also be incorporated into class. ┬Prayer and reflection are an active and ever present part of our school day. ┬Participation in school liturgies will help students grow ┬in their Catholic identity and in their spiritual lives. ┬Students will further recognize their opportunities to contribute to the global community through their personal service projects and our school service projects.
Discussions and reflections throughout the year will provide students the opportunity to self-discover how they live their faith now and how they will live their faith in the future.
Confirmation preparation, which was begun in 6th grade, will continue over the next several months as students journey toward accepting the responsibility of full membership in the Church. Students are encouraged to live out their call to service – in the name of Jesus- through individual, family, and group activities.
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