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  • Students will learn a history of man beginning with prehistory through the Age of Exploration.  Students will learn the major historic ages, empires, leaders, and events that have shaped our present.

  • Students will learn the five themes of geography (location, place, movement, human-environment interaction, and region) as it pertains to different areas around the world.  Students will gain an understanding of the diverse lands and cultures in our world.

  • Students will learn the history from the United States from our origins as a land of diverse Native American cultures to the modern country we live in today.  Students will understand our foundation and how we have become the great nation that we are.

  • This is an introductory course for students with a strong interest in visual arts.Two-dimensional media as well as three-dimensional media and  art history will be explored.  Students will be exposed to painting, charcoal, watercolor as well as assemblage, collage, clay and other mixed media.

  • Physical Education Philosophy:

    The total development of the student is the goal of the educational system.  Physical Education is a vital part in reaching this goal.  A variety of activities are incorporated into the Physical Education Program.  The age level of the individual is a factor in determining what activity is to be provided, but the outcome at any level should be the same.

    Physical Education is an important part of the total educational program.  Students participate in physical activities that allow them to develop an understanding of the physical abilities of themselves and others.  Students become aware of the social benefits of physical activity through participation.  The physical and emotional benefits of physical activity become evident when an active role in physical activity is encouraged.

    All students have the need and right to enjoy the benefits of physical activity.  Through a creative and well-rounded Physical Education Program, students will benefit.


  • Health Course Description:

    This course is designed to promote student learning with regard to health issues that affects their immediate and long-term health. Maintaining a healthy way of living requires a balance of physical, mental/emotional and social well-being.

    Health education provides students with knowledge of skills necessary to confront health related issues and make a smooth transition from puberty to adolescence.

  • Health Course Description:

    This course is designed to promote student learning with regard to health issues that affects their immediate and long-term health.  Maintaining a healthy way of living requires a balance of physical, mental/emotional and social well-being.

    Health education provides students with knowledge of skills necessary to confront health related issues and make a smooth transition from from puberty to adolescence.

  • Health Course Description:

    This course is designed to promote student learning with regard to health issues that affect their immediate and long-term health.  Maintaining a healthy way of living requires a balance of physical, mental-emotional and social well-being.

    Health education provides students with the knowledge of skills necessary to confront health related issues and make a smooth transition from puberty to adolescence.

  • This course is continuation of Spanish A.  This course is designed to review material presented previously in Spanish A and increase the student's proficiency in the four basic skills; listening, writing, speaking and reading.  The course also includes study of Hispanic culture and traditions.

  • This course is designed to introduce the students to foreign language learning.  This course is designed to increase the student's proficiency in the four basic skills; listening, writing, speaking and reading.  This course also includes study of Hispanic culture and traditions.

  • Each grade focuses on reading comprehension, grammar and writing.  Students are   exposed to a variety of literary genres and learn to analyze text through novel study designed to aid them in achieving in-depth comprehension of the text.  Students are also required to achieve a reading goal each trimester, which is culminated with the completion of a creative response. Students receive explicit grammar instruction, including parts of speech, classification of sentences, mechanics and proper usage. In conjunction with their grammar study, students learn and apply vocabulary words and analogies.  Students also receive detailed instruction in order to be able to write descriptive, narrative, expository and persuasive pieces.  Editing skills are  polished, and students attempt publication.

  • This course will cover ecology, environment, cells, heredity, and diversity of life.

  • This course will cover chemistry, forces, energy, sound and light.

  • This course will cover science and technology, earth's structures and surfaces, water and atmosphere, amd astronomy.

  • This course is a high school level course in advanced algebra for middle school students who have successfully completed Algebra I. The goal of this course is to ensure a solid foundation in algebra, explore algebraic concepts at a deeper level through project based learning, and to provide a solid foundation for the student to continue on to Geometry in high school. We will cover all topics in Algebra I. Additionally, we will introduce geometry concepts such as reasoning and proofs, parallel and perpendicular lines, congruent triangles, relationships within triangles, polygons and quadrilaterals, and similarity.

  • This course is equivalent to a high school Algebra I course. Some of the topics to be covered are integers and rational numbes, equations, inequalities, exponents and polynomials, linear equations, absolute values, rational expressions and equations, radical expressions and equations, quadratic equations, and relations and functions.

  • This course is equivalent to a high school Algebra I course. Some of the topics to be covered are integers and rational numbes, equations, inequalities, exponents and polynomials, linear equations, absolute values, rational expressions and equations, radical expressions and equations, quadratic equations, and relations and functions.

  • This course is designed to provide a strong foundation in mathematics that will prepare middle school students for success in Algebra and Geometry. We will cover many topics including integers, fractions and decimals, number patterns, statistics and graphs, solving algebraic equations, ratio, proportion and percent; probability, measurement, and an introduction to geometry.

  • This course is designed to provide a strong foundation in mathematics that will prepare middle school students for success in Algebra 1. We will cover many topics including integers, equations, factors & fractions, rational numbers, ratio, proportion, & percent, functions & graphing, real numbers & right triangles, two- and three-dimensional figures, statistics & probability, and polynomials & nonlinear functions.

  • This course is designed to prepare middle school students for success in algebra and geometry. We will cover topics including integers, equations, factors and fractions, rational numbers, linear equations, inequalities, and functions; graphing, real numbers and triangles, 2 and 3-dimensional figures, statistics and probability, polynomials and nonlinear functions.

  • This course is a high school level course in Geometry for middle school students who have successfully completed Algebra I. We will cover topics including reasoning and proofs, parallel and perpendicular lines, congruent triangles, relationships within triangles, polygons and quadrilaterals, similarity, right triangles and trigonometry, transformations, area, surface area and volume, circles, and probability.

  • This course provides the foundation of digital literacy and citizenship for the middle school student by covering the areas of online safety and security, digital citizenship, and research and information literacy.


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