Any student planning on attending the field trip will need to turn in their blue health inventory sheets to the main office. They will not be allowed to attend meeting without it.
All test questions will be on the notes provided. You will need to know the major cities, land formations, and land usage for each region. You will also need to be able to label each region correctly. You will also be asked to identify the 6 Washington State symbols. STUDY THE NOTES! Also, feel free to check out a Washington State History textbook at any time.
As always, leave me a comment with any questions, just be sure the email you list can actually receive emails. CSD117 emails have not always been working.
The assignment for tomorrow (9/13) is found on your class link above. look at our day and see link at the bottom.
If you leave a comment for me that you want me to respond to, the email address you leave MUST BE ABLE TO RECEIVE EMAILS!! the CSD117 emails that the school issues have not been getting mail so far...
I had many people leave both class and personal supplies in my class during orientation and on the first day. If there were personal supplies mixed in with class supplies, make sure you get those things (notebooks, pens, etc..)
dont forget about the song meaning assignment that was assigned months ago with a due date of the last day of school!! see link on 6/7
SUITcase biography presentations will happen june 10th during flex period! start telling your friends and family to come see your presentation along with the other class and also MRs and ms cooper's two classes--they wont want to miss it!
Grading period is coming to an end. please see me if there are any assignments you would like to make up or tests you would like to retake. all grades must be submitted tomorrow, wednesday 3/16/16.
From now on, both class schedules will be found under the same calendar. There will no longer be a separate 1-2, 5-6 calendar. If one class is at a different place, it will be mentioned in the universal calendar.
Mr. Constien is an 7th grade Language Arts and Social Studies teacher at Skyridge Middle School. He has taught 8th grade, Freshman, and Sophomore English at as well. He is the head wrestling coach, assistant football, and assistant track coach at Skyridge. He is also a wrestling coach at CHS. On his free times he like to train for grappling competitions and spend as much time as possible in the outdoors with his wife and dog Biggs.