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!
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.
Science Unit 1 10/19
Vocab Unit 3 10/20
Grammar SS 10/20
Math SS 10/20
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.
All Saint Mark School Rules Apply. Saint Mark school’s discipline policy is strictly enforced.
It is very important that your child BE ON TIME. Our morning prayers begin at 7:35.
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.
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.
Students are to actively participate within the classroom by responding orally and in all forms of written work.
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