• Can you see the spec of dust we live on?

             Welcome to YOUR 

    8th Grade Physical Science Class

     at Churchill Middle School!                                                              

    Room 11- Mrs. Seefloth

    Period 1: 8th Grade AVID NGSS Science

    Period 2: 8th Grade NGSS Science

    Period 3: 8th Grade IBMYP 8th Grade NGSS Diplomat Science

    Period 4: 8th Grade IBMYP 8th Grade NGSS Diplomat Science 

      Period 6: 8th Grade IBMYP 8th Grade Science NGSS Diplomat Science

     
     Best Way to Contact Mrs. Seefloth:  PLEASE email me at:  kseefloth@sanjuan.edu 

    Google Classroom & Your Student Planner:  I will post classwork and  homework in our Google Classroom.  Please refer to our Google Classroom page to view upcoming due dates for tests, projects and such.  Make an effort to view your science Google Classroom page on a regular basis.   You will also use your student planner to record daily and long-term information and due dates for our class.  

    Class Materials:   We will be creating our interactive notebook throughout our year together in science.  You need a spiral-bound notebook (with at least 100 pages) that is used ONLY for science.100 page spiral bound notebook    

    I will have examples for you to view when school begins.

     

    It will be helpful for you to also have the following supplies for science:
    * LOTS of scotch tape     * colored pencils      * blue and black ink pens    * pencils      *loose-leaf binder paper      * highlighter     *metric ruler

    scotch tape 12-24 colored pencils blue or black ink pens pencils binder paper highlighter (your choice of color) metric ruler

     

    Additionally, students will also need a simple 4-function scientific calculator (NOT a graphing calculator). scientific calculator (NOT a graphing calculator)                  

    You can purchase such a calculator for about $1 at most stores. 

     

    I am very excited to be your science teacher and I look forward to having a lot of "fun" with you in science this year!! :)  See you soon! ~Mrs. Seefloth

     
Last Modified on August 13, 2019