For the Week of May 20, 2019

Eighth Grade:

** The Final Exam is on Thursday May 23 ^{rd}.**

Monday: On Monday, we continue reviewing for the final with Sequence. For homework please finish the handout.

Tuesday: On Tuesday, we will review volume. For homework please complete the handout.

Wednesday: On Wednesday, we will review transversals and any other topic on the final that the students wish to revisit. For homework refer to the topic handout, review any notes, and refer to your textbook.

Thursday: On Thursday, the final exam will be administered. There is no homework.

Seventh Grade:

Monday: On Monday, we will begin reviewing for the final with the topic of equations. For homework complete the handout.

Tuesday: On Tuesday, we will finish the topic of equations and begin with the topic of expressions. For homework complete the next four questions on the handout.

Wednesday: On Wednesday, we will work on the topic of Order of operations. For homework complete the next five problems from the handout.

Thursday: On Thursday, we will complete PEMDAS and begin inequalities. There is no homework.

Sixth Grade:

Monday: On Monday, we will begin the review for the final with the topic of, one and two step equations. For homework, complete problems 10-15 on the handout.

Tuesday: On Tuesday, we will continue working on equations. For homework do problems 25-30 from the handout.

Wednesday: On Wednesday, we will review PEMDAS. For homework do the next five problems from the handout.

Thursday: On Thursday, we will review dividing decimals. There is no homework.

Fifth Grade:

Monday: On Monday, we will continue working on multiplying fractions. This topic will be on the final exam. For homework, I will assign five problems.

Tuesday: On Tuesday, we will begin working on dividing fractions. For homework do problems two â€“seven on page 509.

Wednesday: On Wednesday, we will continue working on dividing fractions. For homework, do problems four-seven on page 513.

Thursday: On Thursday, we will review dividing with decimals. There is no homework.