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Grade 7 Team
Page Updated: June 10, 2019
Grade 7 Team Faculty:
Teacher Subject Room E-Mail
Mrs. Shelby Bailey English Language Arts 23
Mrs. Amanda Bariana Math --
Mr. Jeremy Battista Science 22
Mrs. Blasia Dunham English Language Arts 30
Ms. Elizabeth Fleming Science --
Mr. Jason Graver Social Studies 27
Mr. Steve Hluschak Mathematics 26

Important Reminders:
  • You’ll have time to clean out your locker on Monday morning. Be sure to take everything home with you!
  • If you haven’t already, you MUST return the “Hunger Games” permission slip in order to watch the movie on Tuesday!
  • Students will be dismissed at 10:30 AM on Wednesday & Thursday. Lunch will NOT be served on these days!

Classroom Assignments:
All dates are approximate and subject to change.
Mrs. Bailey's English Class
In Mrs. Bailey’s ELA class, any student who has not returned their copy of The Hunger Games must return their book this week to avoid a financial obligation for the book's replacement! At the beginning of the week, students will be finishing The Hunger Games simulation activity. After finishing all of the challenges, the winning tribute will be decided! All tributes, mentors, and Gamemakers have been doing a fantastic job so far. We will be watching The Hunger Games movie in the auditorium on Tuesday. Any student who has not already handed in their signed permission slip to their homeroom teacher must do so by Monday, or they will not be able to watch the movie.

Thank you everyone for a great school year! Enjoy your summer! Good luck in 8th grade!
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Mrs. Bariana's Math Class
Have a great summer!
Mr. Battista's Life Science Class
Have a great summer!
Mrs. Dunham's English Class
In Mrs. Dunham’s ELA class, students will be finishing our culminating activity, The Hunger Games Field Day this week. We will pick our winning tributes after finishing all the stations. We will be watching The Hunger Games movie on Tuesday as a team in the auditorium. If you have not handed in the permission slip, please do so by Monday! Otherwise, you will not be allowed to see the film. Side Note: If you are handing in any missing work, please do so by Tuesday, June 12th. The rest of the week we will wrap up the year and reflect on all we have learned.

It has been an absolute pleasure teaching you all. I will cherish the memories we have made this year for many years to come. Enjoy your summer! Congratulations on finishing your first year of middle school and enjoy 8th grade in the fall!
Mrs. Farole's Math Classes
Have a great summer!
Ms. Fleming's Science Class
Have a great summer!
Mr. Graver's Old World Cultures Class
In Mr. Graver’s Old World Cultures class, although your Time Capsule Project is officially due on Monday, you may turn it up until the last day of school! Remember, you need to write a letter to yourself explaining what your life was like as a seventh graders and select artifacts to help you remember the events of the year. Put everything in the big envelope, with your name clearly written on the front, and you’ll get all of your history back when you’re a senior about the graduate from high school! Do your BEST on this! The more time and effort you dedicate to this project now, the more fun you’ll have when you open it!

On Thursday, we’ll watch our last “This Day in History” in class!

Enjoy your summer and be safe!
For descriptions and documents for Mr. Graver's Old World Cultures class, please click here.
Mrs. Haab's English Classes
Have a great summer!
Mr. Hluschak's Math Classes
In Mr. Hluschak’s Math class, we will be completing our Probability Unit. They will also focus on the concepts learned in Grade 7... Students will reflect on the new Math Concepts from 7th Grade and think about how they will expand on them in 8th Grade. Companion Books should be coming home with students on Wednesday. Over the summer encourage your child to review lessons in this book when they say they are bored with nothing to do. I hope students have learned how to use Math to SOLVE REAL WORLD PROBLEMS this year. Have a safe summer.
Sincerely, Mr. Hluschak
For descriptions of Mr. Hluschak's classes, please click here.