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The TMSA Robotics Team is now accepting applications for 2017-18
for students in 4th – 8th grade. This year we have switched to an online form.
Go to bit.ly/tmsaroboform or visit the
technology programs section on the TMSA.org website
The application form will close at 5:00 pm on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
Vist the Technology Programs page for more info
It has been a pleasure spending my mornings with your students. They are extremely funny even at 7:15 am. Please ensure your students have read parts 1-5 by 7:15 am on Tuesday, September 5. Class discussions are limited when students do not complete the reading. Thank you for your continued support. Please enjoy the holiday weekend.
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Students have their final test in life science on Friday (tomorrow). The study guide for the exam has been given out and is attached here.
Protection Study Guide
Students have a test on Friday over the Nervous and Endocrine Systems. Attached are the notes pages (all three) and the powerpoint.
Nervous System Notes 1
Nervous Systems Notes 2
NERVOUS SYSTEM NOTES 3
For more detailed information please click on the link One Fair Project
Students in 7th grade have a test on Movement Monday. The test covers the skeletal and muscular systems. Review guide and ppt are attached.
Anatomy Unit PPT
MOVEMENT STUDY GUIDE
Greetings parents and students,
7th grade is requesting that parents bring snacks for testing on 4/13 (Thursday). 4/17 (Monday), and 4/19 (Wednesday). Students are testing in the morning, so please only bring crackers, granola/ breakfast bars, or juice. Please do not bring candy or cookies. Testing begins at 8am so I would prefer any donations be dropped off the day before.
After testing, students will be reading “Every Bone Tells a Story” in ELA. Science class will follow the book through investigations about human anatomy and forensics including blood typing and dissections. In order to complete these labs, I have set up a Donors Choose page to raise the funds. Please follow the link below and I hope you can donate a few dollars to help us order all of our materials!
Kristin Jackson Pritz