Teacher: Mary Beth Horner
Teacher: Mrs. Mary Beth Horner
Email Me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sneakers tomorrow; final New York payment is due Friday March 14th
Early dismissal Friday March 7
Be sure to check out the Student Council page; to find out all the good things Student Council is doing for our school and the community.
Monday March 3, 2014
8th Grade: Wear sneakers on Tuesday 3/4
Math: Due Monday: pg 312 1-31 odd and p 313-314 1-6all Due Tuesday: pg 317-318- written expression 1-21 odd and pg 318-19 problems 1-10 all
Honors Math: pg 368 #13-35 odds pg 369 mixed review
Literature: "The Outsiders" comprehension/skills test is Thur.. 3/6
Social Studies: Study for test on Thursday
Religion: Type good/final copy of virtues essay due Wed. , but I will accept essays tomorrow if you are finished.
7th Grade : work book pgs 34, Read pgs 79-99 When You Reach Me; answer journal questions due Tuesday.
Dates for most tests are posted one week in advance. *Quizzes and spelling/Vocabulary tests are posted 2-3 days in advance. Tests and quizzes are sent home regularly for your review. Please sign and have your child return them within two days using their test folder. *There may be an occasional un-announced pop quiz in some subjects.
Extra Credit 100 points are available in Language Arts using the 100 point Extra Credit reading assigment
8th grade will be leading the Ash Wednesday 8:45 Mass in the main church on Wednesday March 5, 2014
Berry Thankful Lollypops are being sold everyday for $1
students should wear sneakers on Tuesday March 4
Noon dismissal Friday March 7
Last payment for New York Trip is March 14, 2014 $95 per ticket ( most families ordered 2 tickests making the cost $190, one ticket would be $95)
Graduation gowns must be returned to school on Tuesday March 18
Spring pictures Thursday March 27
My goal, as the 8th grade teacher, is to prepare your child for high school. To achieve this, I hold him/her responsible for him/herself - the successes and the failures. We all learn from our mistakes as well as from things we do well; however, I want students to accept any consequences of their mistakes without placing blame on someone else.