HOMEWORK HABITAT

5 days ago

Mr. Bentley

04-25-2016 -- English 7 -- Continue project on tourism--presentations May 5-6.

04-26-2016 -- English 7 -- None.

04-27-2016 -- English 7 -- None.

04-28-2016 -- English 7 -- None.

04-29-2016 -- English 7 -- None.


04-25-2016 -- Honors English 7 -- Continue project on tourism -- presentations May 5-6.

04-26-2016 -- Honors English 7 -- None.

04-27-2016 -- Honors English 7 -- None.

04-28-2016 -- Honors English 7 -- None.

04-29-2016 -- Honors English 7 -- None.


Mr. Brown

04-25-2016 -- Science 8 -- None.

04-26--2016 -- Science 8 -- None.

04-27-2016 -- Science 8 -- Study for tomorrow's quiz.

04-28-2016 -- Science 8 -- Health article with written summary.

04-29-2016 -- Science 8 -- None.


04-25-2016 -- Honors Science 8 -- None.

04-26-2016 -- Honors Science 8 -- None.

04-27-2016 -- Honors Science 8 -- Study for tomorrow's quiz.

04-28-2016 -- Honors Science 8 -- Health article with written summary.

04-29-2016 -- Honors Science 8 -- None.


Mrs. Bynum

04-25-2016 -- Pre-Algebra 8 -- None.

04-26-2016 -- Pre Algebra 8 -- None.

04-27-2016 -- Pre Algebra 8 -- Complete worksheet if not finished in class.

04-28-2016 -- Pre Algebra 8 -- None.

04-29-2016 -- Pre Algebra 8 -- None.


04-25-2016 -- Algebra I -- Complete square roots worksheet; begin studying for Wednesday's test.

04-26-2016 -- Algebra I -- Study for tomorrow's factoring test.

04-27-2016 -- Algebra I -- Complete square roots worksheet.

04-28-2016 -- Algebra I -- Complete geometric sequences worksheet.

04-29-2016 -- Algebra I -- None.


Mrs. Chandler

04-25-2016 -- Reading -- Study for Wednesday's test on The Tiger Rising.

04-26-2016 -- Reading -- Study for tomorrow's test on The Tiger Rising.

04-27-2016 -- Reading -- Reading goals must be met by Friday, April 29.

04-28-2016 -- Reading -- Reading goals must be met by tomorrow.

04-29-2016 -- Reading -- None.


Mrs. Chatman

04-25-2016 -- Math 6 -- Continue "Stranger Danger" project.

04-26-2016 -- Math 6 -- None.

04-27-2016 -- Math 6 -- None.

04-28-2016 -- Math 6 -- None.

04-29-2016 -- Math 6 -- None.


Mrs. Evans

04-25-2016 -- Computer Essentials -- Continue work toward mock job interviews.

04-26-2016 -- Computer Essentials -- None.

04-27-2016 -- Computer Essentials -- None.

04-28-2016 -- Computer Essentials -- None.

04-29-2016 -- Computer Essentials -- None.


Mrs. Graham 

04-25-2016 -- Basic Skills Reading -- Read!

04-26-2016 -- Basic Skills Reading -- Read!

04-27-2016 -- Basic Skills Reading -- Read!

04-28-2016 -- Basic Skills Reading -- Read!

04-29-2016 -- Basic Skills Reading -- Read!


Mr. Hopkins 

04-25-2016 -- Science 6 -- None.

04-26-2016 -- Science 6 -- None.

04-27-2016 -- Science 6 -- Finalize your weather project; be ready to present tomorrow.

04-28-2016 -- Science 6 -- None.

04-29-2016 -- Science 6 -- None.


Mrs. Howard

04-25-2016 -- Math 7 -- Continue first steps on project on house remodeling.

04-26-2016 -- Math 7 -- None.

04-27-2016 -- Math 7 -- None.

04-28-2016 -- Math 7 -- None.

04-29-2016 -- Math 7 -- None.


04-25-2016 -- Honors Math 7 -- Continue project on house remodeling.

04-26-2016 -- Honors Math 7 -- None.

04-27-2016 -- Honors Math 7 -- None.

04-28-2016 -- Honors Math 7 -- None.

04-29-2016 -- Honors Math 7 -- None.


Mr. Jinks

04-18-2016 -- Geography 7 -- None.

04-19-2016 -- Geography 7 -- None.

04-20-2016 -- Geography 7 -- None.

04-21-2016 -- Geography 7 -- Finalize presentation; be ready to present tomorrow.

04-22-2016 -- Geography 7 -- None


04-18-2016 -- Honors Geography 7 -- None.

04-19-2016 -- Honors Geography 7 -- None.

04-20-2016 -- Honors Geography 7 -- None.

04-21-2016 -- Honors Geography 7 -- Finalize presentation; be ready to present tomorrow.

04-22-2016 -- Honors Geography 7 -- None.


Mr. Jones

04-25-2016 -- World HIstory 8 -- Continue research on Living Museum project.

04-26-2016 -- World History 8 -- None.

04-27-2016 -- World History 8 -- None.

04-28-2016 -- World History 8 -- None.

04-29-2016 -- World History 8 -- None.


04-25-2016 -- Honors World HIstory 8 -- Continue research on Living Museum project.

04-26-2016 -- Honors World HIstory 8 -- None.

04-27-2016 -- Honors World HIstory 8 -- None.

04-28-2016 -- Honors World HIstory 8 -- None.

04-29-2016 -- Honors World HIstory 8 -- None.


Ms. Kepple

04-18-2016 -- Science 7 -- None.

04-19-2016 -- Science 7 -- None.

04-20-2016 -- Science 7 -- Be ready for tomorrow's quiz on lab safety.

04-21-2016 -- Science 7 -- Study for tomorrow's lab safety test.

04-22-2016 -- Science 7 -- None.


04-18-2016 -- Honors Science 7 -- None.

04-19-2016 -- Honors Science 7 -- None.

04-20-2016 -- Honors Science 7 -- Be ready for tomorrow's quiz on lab safety.

04-21-2016 -- Honors Science 7 -- Study for tomorrow's lab safety test.

04-22-2016 -- Honors Science 7 -- None.


Mrs. Mozley

04-25-2016 -- English 6 -- Continue work on "Survival" project research.  

04-26-2016 -- English 6 -- Same for entire week.

04-27-2016 -- English 6 -- Same for entire week.

04-28-2016 -- English 6 -- Same for entire week.

 04-29-2016 -- English 6 -- None.


Coach Higgins

A change of clothes to dress out and participate each day of school--study for 9 week exam.


Mrs. Ross

04-25-2016 -- Social Studies 6 -- Continue project work on "What does a successful DMS student look                                                              like".   Presentations will be May 9-13.

04-26-2016 -- Social Studies 6 -- None.

04-27-2016 -- Social Studies 6 -- None.

04-28-2016 -- Social Studies 6 -- None.

04-29-2016 -- Social Studies 6 -- None.


Mrs. Trotter

04-25-2016 -- Basic Skills Math -- None.

04-26-2016 -- Basic Skills Math -- None.

04-27-2016 -- Basic Skills Math -- None.

04-28-2016 -- Basic Skills Math -- None.

04-29-2016 -- Basic Skills Math -- None.


Mrs. Williams

04-25-2016 -- English 8 -- Study for tomorrow's quiz on Hamlet.

04-26-2016 -- English 8 -- Finalize group presentations -- begin tomorrow.

04-27-2016 -- English 8 -- Be ready to present if you did not do so today.

04-28-2016 -- English 8 -- Be ready to present if you have not already done so.

04-29-2016 -- English 8 -- None.


04-25-2016 -- Honors English 8 -- Study for tomorrow's quiz on Act V.

04-26-2016 -- Honors English 8 -- Review for Friday's comprehensive test on AMND.

04-27-2016 -- Honors English 8 -- Study for Friday's test on AMND.

04-28-2016 -- Honors English 8 -- Study for tomorrow's comprehensive test on AMND.

04-29-2016 -- Honors English 8 -- None.


Mrs. Young

04-11-2016 -- Exploratory -- None.

04-12-2016 -- Exploratory -- None.

04-13-2016 -- Exploratory -- None.

04-14-2016 -- Exploratory -- None.

04-15-2016 -- Exploratory -- None.




Chromebook Orientation Information

about 1 month ago

DMS students have the opportunity this year to participate in the 1:1 technology initiative.  Chromebooks will be available for our students to use in class and take home daily. After parents and students attend an  orientation meeting and pay the yearly usage fee of $25, students will be issued a Chromebook.  

In addition, parents may purchase an insurance policy for an additional fee of $15.  (Details will be presented at the orientation meeting.)

If you and your child were unable to attend the Chromebook Orientation session, you need to call the school at 256-315-5280 to schedule one.  Students will not be issued a Chromebook until parent and student attend this mandatory orientation and pay the usage fee. 

Supply Lists for 2015-16

4 months ago

Charles R. Drew Middle School

78975 AL Hwy 77

Lincoln, AL 35096

http://dms.tcboe.org

 

6th Grade Supply List

***These items will be necessary for the first 9 weeks; some may not be used AFTER students and teachers become adjusted to the Chromebooks.

 

1 -       Four Function Calculator (to fit in pencil pouch)

1 -       Pencil pouch with holes to fit in binder

1 -       Package colored pencils, markers, and 3 glue sticks

1 -       Package #2 pencils each grading period (NO MECHANICAL PENCILS)

1 -       Package wide-rule notebook paper each grading period

1 -       3-ring binder with paper with 5-tab dividers

1 -       3-ring binder with paper for Math with 5 tab dividers

1 -       composition notebook for English

1 -       pencil sharpener to fit in pencil pouch

1-        earbuds (recommended)

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.

 

Absolutely NO TRAPPER KEEPERS – NO ZIPPERED BINDERS

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.

 

Charles R. Drew Middle School

78975 AL Hwy 77

Lincoln, AL  35096

 

7th Grade Supply List

***These items will be necessary for the first 9 weeks; some may not be used AFTER students and teachers become adjusted to the Chromebooks.

 

-Paper and pencil/pen daily

-Clothes and shoes for physical education daily--tshirt/shorts and/or             sweatpants.

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

 

-Binders in the following breakdown for the designated subjects:

            Social Studies--      Blue 3-ring binder--1" with looseleaf paper.

            Mathematics --      Green 3-ring binder--1" with looseleaf paper

                       

            Science --                 Red 3-ring binder--1" with looseleaf paper

                                                Need 5 dividers, one pencil pouch

            English --                  White 3-ringer binder--1" with looseleaf paper

                       

-Absolutely NO TRAPPER KEEPERS – NO ZIPPERED BINDERS

-NO RED PENS OR PENCILS

-NO SHARPIE MARKERS

-Graph paper

-One pack of 3 x 3 sticky notes

-Colored pencils

-Basic 4-function calculator with square root key for math

-Pencils with hand held pencil sharpener with cover that will fit in pouch

-Pencil pouch with binder holes

-Earbuds (recommended)

-Locker shelf recommended

 

 

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

 

Charles R. Drew Middle School

78975 Alabama Hwy 77

Lincoln, AL  35096

 

8th Grade Supply List

***These items will be necessary for the first 9 weeks; some may not be used AFTER students and teachers become adjusted to the Chromebooks.

 

-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 to take to each class

-Binders in the following breakdown for designated subjects:

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

            Mathematics --      Green 3-ring binder--1" with looseleaf paper

                                                Graph paper

                                                Scientific calculator for Math and Science

                                                Zip bag pencil holder with binder holes

            Science --                 Red folder with brads and pockets with looseleaf

                                                paper; small spiral notebook for journal

            English --                  White 3-ring binder--1" with looseleaf paper with

                                               5 tab dividers, highlighters, scissors, colored pencils

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

                                                Ear buds (to remain in Business Tech room)                                                                                                  $10 fee

           

For ALL classes:

-Absolutely NO trapper keepers – NO ZIPPERED BINDERS

-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.

About Charles R. Drew Middle School

4 months 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

Drew FBLA Garners Plethora of Awards at State Leadership Conference
Drew FBLA returned from State Leadership Conference with 23 medals, 3 plaques, 1 certificate, and 47 exhausted conference attendees! We placed in all except three categories! Our winners are:

Chapter Awards:
Outstanding Level, Blueprint for Success
$2500 Level March of Dimes Contributor
Largest District V Middle School Chapter

Competitive Events (top two entries in the state were recognized):
American Enterprise Project: We had both winning entries for the state! Caitlin Cerillo, Austin Creamer, and Savannah Scott; Presley Taylor
Community Service Project: Allie Linn, Kynslee Lomeli, and Jesse Barrentine
Local Chapter Activities Report: We had both winning entries for the state! Laynie Chappell, Mason Gooden, and Hadley Angles; Keyshon Townsend, Micaela Redifer, and Tyler Parker
Computer Slideshow: Emly McBurnett, Taylor Lett, and Morgan Allison
Web Page Creation: Kenton Arrington, Tyler Bynum, and Brody Poss
Keyboarding I: Ethan St. John
Keyboarding II: Hollie Davis
Spreadsheet: We had both winning entries for the state! Ansley Hemphill and Ashley Williams
Outstanding Middle Level Member: Presley Taylor

Congratulations, Drew FBLA! You did an outstanding job!
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