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Greetings students! Just a quick note to let everyone know that grades for the 3rd quarter are finalized. As always, take a look at Focus and let me know ASAP if you see any errors.
I know I still have a few students who still need to take a quiz/submit an assignment etc. As of now these grades have been entered as 0 in Focus — you need to get the assignments/take the quiz (etc) at the beginning of class Thursday in order to get these grades updated.
In class this week Comp Sci students were working on a variety of OneNote review activities on Forces. Remember: students can access OneNote through OneView (the same way we did it on Monday). Once the class notebook is open at home you will be able to work through your activities.
We will have a checkpoint in class on Friday on these benchmarks. I will also be grading the following assignments, so they should be completed.
P.13.1- Forces OneNote Review
P.13.3- Net Force/Distance & Time OneNote Review
Forces CPALMS Tutorial
HomeLearning: Access OneNote on home computer Review for Checkpoint on P.13.1/P.13.3
Wednesday and Thursday this week Physical Science students worked through two labs on Speed/Velocity and Acceleration. Students were instructed to gather their data in class and to complete the graphing & analysis questions at home.
I have uploaded a version of the lab sheet with data to Focus for students who were unable to gather the data in class.
Home Learning: Complete the investigation graphing/analysis questions. Due Friday!