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The First Nine-Week Period is finished. Now you are used to the routine of 6th grade. One of the changes that you will have to help you transition into a responsible learner is NO LATE ASSIGNMENTS will be accepted. You have 3 school days to make up missing assignments due to absence. If you are in class and use your class time wisely, you will finish all of your designated assignments. These assignments are designed to help you to learn the curriculum. Doing them late is not helping you. Should you find yourself missing assignments, you may come in at 7:30 am and do an alternative assignment that will help you to catch up on the curriculum and improve your grade.
Another addition is weekly vocabulary quizzes. Please, study.
Weathering and Soil 1 Vocabulary Review
2nd 9-week Period AGENDA
October 30-November 3
November 27-December 1
Weathering and Soil Vocabulary 1
Weathering and Soil Vocabulary 2
Weathering and Soil TEST Review
Agendas 1st 9-week Period
August 28-September 1
Click below for useful documents.
Georgia Standards of Excellence
Lab Safety Form
Pierce Science Expectations
Teaching experience: at Central Middle & Smokey Road Middle since 1993, teaching many subjects, (including life, physical and Earth science, math, home economics, study skills, literature, Quest, social studies, and reading), and coaching basketball, pep squad and soccer, and sponsored extra-curricular activities such as Junior Civitans, Global Achiever's International, March of Dimes, Native American Heritage Society, and Multicultural Society.
Currently: teaching 6th-grade Earth science, and coaching girl's soccer
Education: Bachelor of Science in Middle Grades Education from the University of West Georgia ; Masters in Instructional Technology from Grand Canyon University
Hobbies: Chattahoochee Bend State Park Volunteer, Chattahoochee RiverKeeper Volunteer and Floating Classroom instructor, hiking, kayaking, biking, and LEARNING about Native American Heritage and Earth science
I grew up in Coweta County and graduated from Newnan High School in 1979.