7th Grade

Miss Lindsay Straub

A NOTE FROM THE TEACHER

Welcome to 7th grade. Where we are WILD about learning!

I am Miss Straub, I have been teaching at St. Mark School for Six years now. Two years in fifth, and three years in fourth. I am very excited for the new adventure of 7th grade for the 2015-2016 school year!

I graduated from Kutztown University with my undergrad, and I am currently gaining my masters at Western Governors University.

I enjoy watching all Philadelphia sports, especially the Eagles! I currently own and operate my own Irish dancing school, Shades of Green. I love to have fun while teaching, I feel the students learn best that way. I am always trying to come up with fun and crazy ways to get the children to learn! I am very eager to start this new year, and cannot wait to see what it brings!

 

 

HOMEWORK

 

Homework:

October 16, 2017

Religion: Study the Rosary notes, work on project! Due october 27th

ELA: Reading test Tomorrow (All summer in a day) Vocabulary Unit 3 Synonyms and Antonyms, Reading response due Thursday.

Math   Correct Simple Solutions 21, SS guide due Thursday

Science: Finish Pages 76-77,  Unit test 1 Thursday

Social studies:   Letter about danger at sea, page 43 in text. Due Wednesday.

Test Schedule:

Reading 10/17

Science Unit 1 10/19

Vocab Unit 3 10/20

Grammar SS 10/20

Math SS 10/20

Religion 10/23

Conwell Egan practice test dates: Test Dates: Saturday, October 28 or Saturday, November 11 – Contact Conwell Egan for information!

 

 

Bucks County Technical High School/Application Night will be held on Thursday, November 9, 2017.

RULES

All Saint Mark School Rules Apply. Saint Mark school’s discipline policy is strictly enforced.

Attendance:
It is very important that your child BE ON TIME. Our morning prayers begin at 7:35.

Absence:
If your child is absent from school for any reason a note MUST come in with your child the day they return to school. All school absences need to be documented properly. I will send home notes at back to school night for you to use easily.

Being Prepared:
Students must be prepared everyday for school. This includes sharpened pencils and completed homework done neatly. I will not accept any sloppy work or papers that are torn or wrinkled. I will not accept late assignments, any assignment that is not handed in on the day that it is due will receive a zero.

Participation:

Students are to actively participate within the classroom by responding orally and in all forms of written work.

PHOTOS

SCHEDULE

Tests: 

Specials: 

 Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday   Thursday   Friday  
 Computers  Spanish Art  Gym Music