Ms. Richard’s 7th Grade ELA Class
It’s hard to believe but it’s that time of year again-the beginning of a new school year!
Your child receives the best education when you and I work as a team. It’s your support and involvement that inspires your child to do his/her best. There’s a lot of excitement ahead of us, including new books to read, new friends to meet, and new skills to master.
As a parent myself, I know how fast time goes by. One year your child is in Kindergarten and seemingly in the blink of an eye they’re in middle school. I encourage you to fully embrace the moment and urge you to take time from your busy schedule to become familiar with our class.
If you have any questions or concerns, you may contact me through my email.
Thank you for your commitment to your child’s education.
- Report to class on time: Be Prompt.
- Be prepared and well organized.
- Attend class every school day.
- Display positive behavior at all times.
- Return all instructional materials to proper place.
- NO EATING/DRINKING/CHEWING GUM will be permitted in the classroom.
- DO NOT leave the classroom for any reason without consent of the teacher.
- Come to class on time and sit in his or her assigned seat.
- Remain quiet while the teacher or peer is talking.
- Bring materials to class everyday.
- Complete and turn in all assignments on time.
- Binder with dividers
- Erasable Ink Pens
- Pencils(#2), pencil sharpener, and erasers
- Loose leaf paper
- Composition Notebook
- Kleenex (2)
- Wipes and Germ-X
- Construction Paper
- Glue Sticks
- Index Cards
- Colored Pencils/Crayons
*Homework is given on a weekly basis.
March 20-27, 2017
Monday – Use Chapter 7 vocabulary words in a sentence
Percy Jackson and the Olympians
Book 1: The Lighting Thief