Dear Parents and Students, I will be providing daily online science lessons for our 7th Grade NGSS curriculum using Google Apps for Educations, STEMscopes, Gizmos from Explorelearning, and articles from Newsela. My 6th grade math classes will be utilizing the Big Ideas textbook and curriculum in addition to Google Apps for Education to facilitate their […]
I am really excited about the start of the 2021-2022 school year. I hope all of you had a relaxing and fun summer vacation. I have posted a course outline for Math 6 and 8th grade science under announcements (recent posts). I look forward to meeting all of you, and I wish all of you […]
Please click on this link to view the math course outline for Math 6.
Please click on this link to view the course outline (syllabus) for 8th grade science.
The following link has a list of suggested science classroom supplies that may be donated for the 2020-2021 school year. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wfX19DPtfhi8iKartwWGUiLBMSQuPFeGHkskemWXLkw/edit?usp=sharing
Click on the link below for information on safety in the science laboratory. safety info from textbook Safety Contract NSTA Updated COVID Pandemic Student/Teacher Safety Protocols
Please visit my science links and science videos webpages to find information for your natural hazards presentations.
Please check Google Classroom for several new posts regarding the rock cycle project (booklet or slideshow) that is due on Thursday, March 19.
Please support our Redwood Middle School Food Drive through donations and can food that is being coordinated with our partner Second Harvest.
Ingredients: 5-8 whole tomatoes 1-4 serrano peppers* * You can take out the seeds if desired but use gloves. I just leave the seeds in when I make salsa, but I remove them when I eat chiles by themselves. Don’t touch the seeds or chiles with your bare hands, if possible. Definitely don’t touch your eyes after […]
Click on the following link to access the notes from today’s lecture on using a microscope and making a wet mount slide.