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HOMEWORK HABITAT

2 days ago

All students are to bring their fully charged Chromebook to school each day.

Mrs. Bailey

10-18-2017 -- Math 6 -- Study ratios.

10-19-2017 -- Math 6 -- Study for tomorrow's quiz.

10-20-2017 -- Math 6 -- None.

10-23-2017 -- Math 6 -- None at this time.

10-24-2017 -- Math 6 -- None at this time.


Mr. Bentley

10-18-2017 -- English 7 -- None.

10-19-2017 -- English 7 -- Complete elements of fiction in google slides; study for tomorrow's quiz.

10-20-2017 -- English 7 -- None.

10-23-2017 -- English 7 -- None at this time.

10-24-2017 -- English 7 -- None at this time.


10-18-2017 -- Honors English 7 -- None.

10-19-2017 -- Honors English 7 -- Complete elements of fiction in google slides; study for quiz.

10-20-2017 -- Honors English 7 -- None.

10-23-2017 -- Honors English 7 -- None at this time.

10-24-2017 -- Honors English 7 -- None at this time.


Mr. Brown

10-18-2017 -- Science 8 -- None.

10-19-2017 -- Science 8 -- Health article with written summary.

10-20-2017 -- Science 8 -- None.

10-23-2017 -- Science 8 -- None at this time.

10-24-2017 -- Science 8 -- None at this time.


Ms. Bush

10-18-2017 -- Computer Essentials -- None.

10-19-2017 -- Computer Essentials -- None.

10-20-2017 -- Computer Essentials -- Study for Monday's test on hardware.

10-23-2017 -- Computer Essentials -- None at this time.

10-24-2017 -- Computer Essentials -- None at this time.


Mrs. Bynum

10-18-2017 -- Pre-Algebra 7 -- Complete worksheet; study for Friday's test on fractions. 

10-19-2017 -- Pre-Algebra 7 --  Study for tomorrow's test on fractions. 

10-20-2017 -- Pre-Algebra 7 --  None.

10-23-2017 -- Pre Algebra 7 -- None at this time.

10-24-2017 -- Pre Algebra 7 -- None at this time.


10-18-2017 -- Pre-Algebra 8 -- None.

10-19-2017 -- Pre-Algebra 8 -- Complete worksheet.

10-20-2017 -- Pre-Algebra 8 -- None.

10-23-2017 -- Pre-Algebra 8 -- None at this time.

10-24-2017 -- Pre-Algebra 8 -- None at this time.


10-18-2017 -- Algebra I -- None.

10-19-2017 -- Algebra I -- Complete worksheet.                        

10-20-2017 -- Algebra I -- None.

10-23-2017 -- Algebra I -- None at this time.

10-24-2017 -- Algebra I -- None at this time.


Mrs. Chandler

10-18-2017 -- Reading -- Finish Quick Write questions.

10-19-2017 -- Reading -- None.

10-20-2017 -- Reading -- None.

10-23-2017 -- Reading -- None at this time.

10-24-2017 -- Reading -- None at this time.


Mrs. Graham 

10-18-2017 -- Basic Skills Reading -- Read!

10-19-2017 -- Basic Skills Reading -- Read!

10-20-2017 -- Basic Skills Reading -- Read!

10-23-2017 -- Basic Skills Reading -- Read!

10-24-2017 -- Basic Skills Reading -- Read!


Coach Higgins

Physical Education-- clothes and shoes for participation EVERY day.

Study for 9 week exams this week!


Mr. Hopkins 

See other 6th grade teachers' listing for homework assignments.


Mrs. Howard

10-18-2017 -- Math 7 -- None.

10-19-2017 -- Math 7 -- Complete proportional relationship homework.

10-20-2017 -- Math 7 -- None. 

10-23-2017 -- Math 7 -- None at this time.

10-24-2017 -- Math 7 -- None at this time.


10-18-2017 --  Math 8 -- None.

10-19-2017 --  Math 8 -- Complete exponents and scientific notation.

10-20-2017 --  Math 8 -- None.

10-23-2017 --  Math 8 -- None at this time.

10-24-2017 --  Math 8 -- None at this time.


Mr. Jinks

10-18-2017 -- None.

10-19-2017 -- None.

10-20-2017 -- None.

10-23-2017 -- None at this time.

10-24-2017-- None at this time.


Mr. Jones

10-18-2017 -- World History 8 --  None. 

10-19-2017 -- World History 8 -- Final draft of essay due tomorrow. 

10-20-2017 -- World History 8 -- None. 

10-23-2017 -- World History 8 -- None at this time. 

10-24-2017 -- World History 8 -- None at this time. 


Ms. Kepple

10-18-2017 -- Science 7 -- None.

10-19-2017 -- Science 7 -- None.

10-20-2017 -- Science 7 -- None.

10-23-2017 -- Science 7 -- None at this time.

10-24-2017 -- Science 7 -- None at this time.


Mrs. Miles

10-18-2017 -- Science 6 -- None.

10-19-2017 -- Science 6 -- None.

10-20-2017 -- Science 6 -- None.

10-23-2017 -- Science 6 -- None at this time.

10-24-2017 -- Science 6 -- None at this time.


Ms. Mozley

10-18-2017 -- Social Studies 6 -- Begin studying for states and capitals test on Oct. 24. 

10-19-2017 -- Social Studies 6 -- Continuing studying for states and capitals test on Oct. 24.

10-20-2017 -- Social Studies 6 -- Study for states and capitals test on Oct. 24.

10-23-2017 -- Social Studies 6 -- Study for tomorrow's test on states and capitals.

10-24-2017 -- Social Studies 6 -- None at this time.


Mrs. Ross

10-18-2017 -- English 6 -- None.

10-19-2017 -- English 6 -- None.

10-20-2017 -- English 6 -- None.

10-23-2017 -- English 6 -- None at this time.

10-24-2017 -- English 6 -- None at this time.



Mrs. Siegler

10-18-2017 -- Intro to Agriscience -- Begin memorizing first Alabama counties from map. 

10-19-2017 -- Intro to Agriscience -- Continue memorizing counties.

10-20-2017 -- Intro to Agriscience -- None.

10-23-2017 -- Intro to Agriscience -- None at this time.

10-24-2017 -- Intro to Agriscience -- None at this time.


Mrs. Trotter

10-18-2017 -- Basic Skills Math -- Complete weekly sheet.

10-19-2017 -- Basic Skills Math -- None.

10-20-2017 -- Basic Skills Math -- Complete weekly sheet.

10-23-2017 -- Basic Skills Math -- None at this time.

10-24-2017--  Basic Skills Math -- None at this time.

 

Mrs. Williams

10-18-2017 -- English 8 -- None.

10-19-2017 -- English 8 -- None. 

10-20-2017 -- English 8 -- None.

10-23-2017 -- English 8 -- None at this time.

10-24-2017 -- English 8 -- None at this time.


10-18-2017 -- Honors English 8 -- None.                                                          

10-19-2017 -- Honors English 8 -- None.

10-20-2017 -- Honors English 8 -- None.

10-23-2017 -- Honors English 8 -- None at this time.

10-24-2017 -- Honors English 8 -- None at this time.


Mrs. Young

10-18-2017 -- PLTW -- None.

10-19-2017 -- PLTW -- None.

10-20-2017-- PLTW -- None.

10-23-2017 -- PLTW -- None at this time.

10-24-2017-- PLTW -- None at this time.




*STEAM Lab Items Needed*
We're working hard on getting our STEAM lab up and going and we need your help. If you have any of the following items that you would like to donate, please send them to school with your child. Donation bins are located in the library. Thanks in advance!

-Soda Pop Tabs
-Plastic Bottle Caps
-Puzzle Pieces
-CDs
-Legos
-Keyboard Keys
Important Dates
October 23-27: Red Ribbon Week
October 24: Progress Reports Go Home
October 30: Halloween Dance

About Charles R. Drew Middle School

about 1 year ago


Drew Middle School is one of seventeen schools in the Talladega County School System.  The school serves approximately 400 students in grades 6-8. The students enroll from basically two feeder schools:  Lincoln Elementary and Stemley Road Elementary School.  Drew Middle School is a Title I school and an Alabama Reading Initiative Demonstration Site.  The school offers programs for the gifted and talented, as well as students with special needs.  A certified staff of twenty-three teachers, two instructional assistants, two custodians, one secretary/book keeper, one clerical assistant, and seventeen bus drivers serve students on a daily basis.  Drew Middle School has been academically "clear" on the Stanford Achievement Test and Alabama Reading and Math Test criteria since the School Accountability Act was passed.   The school has made adequate yearly progress (AYP) each school year.

Extracurricular activities are available for students, including athletics and various clubs and organizations.  Students are encouraged to be involved in those organizations that interest them. 

Our school provides a safe, orderly atmosphere where learning can occur.

Charles R. Drew Middle School was named for Dr. Charles Richard Drew. To find out more about Dr. Drew, go to this website:

http://www.blackinventor.com/pages/charlesdrew.html

Supply Lists for 2017-18

23 days ago

Charles R. Drew Middle School

78975 AL Hwy 77

Lincoln, AL 35096

6th Grade Supply List

1 - Two-inch 3-ring binder with paper with 5-tab dividers (will be used for ALL classes)

1 - Texas Instrument TI30XIIS Multiview calculator

1 - Set of earbuds (no headphones)

1 - Pencil pouch with holes to fit in binder, pouch must be clear

1 - Package colored pencils, markers (no Sharpies), and 3 glue sticks

1- Package of graph paper

2 - Packages #2 pencils (NO MECHANICAL PENCILS)

1 - Package wide-rule notebook paper each grading period

3 - Composition notebooks (1 for Math, 2 for English)

1 - Pencil sharpener to fit in pencil pouch

1 - Green folder with pockets and brads for Math

1- Blue folder with pockets and brads for Social Studies

1- Purple folder with pockets and brads for English

1- Yellow folder with pockets and brads for Project Lead the Way

2- Red folders with pockets and brads for Science


Physical Education – T-shirt/shorts or sweatpants with tennis shoes to dress out daily.  Shorts for PE MUST be as long as the fingertips; T-shirts must have sleeves.


CHROME BOOK fully charged daily, for daily use in all academic classes


Due to safety concerns:

  NO trapper keepers

  NO zippered binders

  NO book satchel/briefcase type carriers

  NO SHARPIE MARKERS


LOCKER SHELF RECOMMENDED


**Additional items may be required/requested by individual classroom teachers during the school year.  It is the student’s responsibility to provide these items and have them available at the required time.


7th Grade Supply List

-ONE 2-inch binder with at least 5-7 dividers to be used for ALL subjects

-Pencil/pen daily for each subject

-Notebook paper for each subject daily in each divider area in binder

-Earbuds (no headphones)

-Clothes and shoes for physical education daily—t-shirt/shorts and/or sweatpants. Shorts for PE must reach fingertips; t-shirts must have sleeves.

-CHROME BOOK fully charged daily, for use in all academic classes

English Language Arts – Paper, pen, pencil (pencil pouch must be clear and fit in binder)

Math – Paper, pencil, graph paper

            -Texas Instruments TI-30XS MULTIVIEW calculator

Advanced Math 7 – Separate 1” binder; same calculator as noted above.

Science -- Paper, pencil, graph paper

                   Simple 4-function calculator (to be turned in to teacher until needed).

Social Studies  – Paper, pen, pencils, colored pencils


Due to safety concerns:

  NO trapper keepers

  NO zippered binders

  NO book satchel/briefcase type carriers

  NO SHARPIE MARKERS


LOCKER SHELF RECOMMENDED


**Additional items may be required/requested by individual classroom teachers during the school year.  It is the student’s responsibility to provide these items and have them available at the required time.


8th Grade Supply List

-Paper and pencil/pen (blue or black) daily

-Clothes and shoes for physical education daily--t-shirt/shorts and/or

sweatpants.  Shorts for PE must reach fingertips; t-shirts must have

 sleeves.

-Ear buds (no headphones)

-Binders in the following breakdown for designated subjects:

World History -- Blue 3-ring binder--1" with looseleaf paper

Pre Alg 8/Alg. I -- Green 3-ring binder--1" with looseleaf paper

                                Graph paper

                                Scientific calculator, Texas Instrument TI-30XS or

                                Texas Instrument TI30XIIS for Math and Science

                                Clear zip bag pencil pouch with holes for binder

Science -- Red folder with brads and pockets with looseleaf paper

                    9.75” x 7.5” journal, set of highlighters

English -- White 3-ring binder--1" with looseleaf paper with 5 tab dividers, highlighters, scissors,                                  colored pencils

Business Tech -- Any color 3-ring binder--1" with looseleaf paper

                               $10 Career Tech fee

-CHROME BOOK fully charged daily, for use in all academic classes

-Due to safety concerns:

-- NO trapper keepers

--NO zippered binders,  

--NO Book Satchel/Brief Case type carriers

 NO Sharpie Markers

 NO red pens or pencils


-Locker shelf recommended


***Additional items may be required/requested by individual classroom teachers during the school year.  It is the student's responsibility to provide these items at the required time.


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