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Welcome Students to 7 Challenger!. A Day in the Life of a 7 Challenger Student. For the First Day of School. School Supplies Assignment Notebooks available on Day 1 for $5 Every student must maintain an assignment book throughout the year, your own or purchased WMS

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Welcome students to 7 challenger

Welcome Students to7 Challenger!


A day in the life of a 7 challenger student

A Day in the Life of a7 Challenger Student


For the first day of school

For the First Day of School

  • School Supplies

    • Assignment Notebooks available on Day 1 for $5

    • Every student must maintain an assignment book throughout the year, your own or purchased WMS

    • Silent Reading book must be with you at all times

  • Teacher directed supplies

    • See the 7 Challenger Supply List

    • Other classes will provide supply lists the first week of school


On the first day of school

On the First Day of School

  • Tuesday, August 30

    • Follow signs for grade 7 reporting location before 7:10 a.m.

    • Wait to be dismissed from reporting location, then report to

      HR (mailed home over the summer).


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On the First Day of School

  • Locks & Lockers

    • Each student receives a locker for their use.

    • Lockers are not to be shared with another student.

    • Student is responsible for all materials within their assigned locker.

    • Locker is property of the school.

    • Your locker must be secured with your school issued lock.

    • For locker problems, see your HR teacher.


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On the First Day of School

  • Student Handbook

    • Receive notice in HR to access on district website.

    • Contains student Code of Conduct (rules and dress code).

    • Student/Parents are responsible for knowing information contained in handbook.

    • Student/Parents sign that they have read school handbook.


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On the First Day of School

  • Opening Day Notices

    • Emergency Cards, Internet Privacy Policy, Photo Release Form, etc.

    • Forms due to HR teacher within 3 school days (Tuesday, Sept. 6)

  • Student Schedules

    • For schedule problems, listen for instructions.


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On the First Day of School

  • Grade 7 Schedule


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On the First Day of School

  • Your Core Subject Teachers

    Ms. Smith-Language Arts-Room 301

    [email protected]

    Ms. McCreary-Social Studies-Room 302

    [email protected]

    Ms. Piazza-Science-Room 304

    [email protected]

    Mrs. O’Hanley-Math-Room 305

    [email protected]

    Mrs. Crockett-Learning Center 206

    [email protected]


For the year

For the Year…

  • We are here to:

    Respect you/be respected

    Help you

    Teach you

    Encourage you

  • You will:

    Be respected/respectful

    Try your best

    Learn

    Be confident


For the year1

For the Year…

  • We will do this:

    By doing our work, you and us!

    Working hard!

    AND

    Working together!

    Lesson Here

    WE WILL WORK!


Frequently asked questions

Frequently Asked Questions…

3 times!

  • When can I go to my locker?

    • Before HR (7:10-7:20)

    • During scheduled locker breaks (2 of them: between per. 2-3 & before lunch)

      *For students who have a period 7 class on floors 1 or 2 only, may go to their locker before period 7 and get their items to leave at the end of the day.


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Frequently Asked Questions…

  • Will there be homework on the weekends?

    • Yes! Different classes at different times, but yes be prepared for weekend homework.

    • We work on the weekends and so won’t you.

  • Will we have projects?

    • Yes! Different classes at different times, but yes be prepared for projects.


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Frequently Asked Questions…

  • Will there be more than one quiz or test on one day?

    • Yes! You are carrying 7-9 classes in 2 days (Blue/White) and there are only 5 school days per week. That can and will happen often.

    • We generally give well over a week’s notice per quiz/test. You need to use time management to prepare. Don’t cram the night before! You won’t win!


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Frequently Asked Questions…

Are students allowed to carry backpacks or large bags during the day?

No, only small purses are allowed.

What is a “Loss of Class Time Log”?

An individual student pass to track missed class time. You must have one to leave the room for any reason.


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Frequently Asked Questions…

  • What is the student Dress Code?

    • It can be found in the Student Handbook.

  • When is a student considered late for school and needs a tardy pass?

    • If they are not in HR at 7:20.

    • If you are talking with your friends in the hall and enter HR after 7:20, you will need to get a tardy pass.


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Frequently Asked Questions…

  • What is the cell phone policy?

    • It must be off and in your locker from the time you arrive on campus until you leave school grounds.

    • If it is seen or heard, it will be taken.

  • What if my parents need to reach me during the day?

    • They can call the School Office and a message will be delivered to you.


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Frequently Asked Questions…

  • If a student is absent, what should you do?

    • Parents call the School Office

    • Students bring an absent note to HR teacher upon return

    • Students see each classroom for their missed work.

  • If a student is absent, how do you make up a test?

    • See your teacher to schedule a make-up time


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Frequently Asked Questions…

  • What if a student needs extra help?

    • Schedule with your individual teacher

  • What if a student needs to stay after school, are there late buses available?

    • No, students need to picked up by a parent or sign out as a walker.


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Frequently Asked Questions…

  • Do you offer extra credit?

    • Don’t count on it!

    • Sometimes (Not usually at the end of the term. You can’t improve your grade in 1 week after slacking/doing poorly for much of a term.)

      To be successful in 7th grade:

      Do the work we assign when we assign it!


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Frequently Asked Questions…

  • Are computers available for a student to use to type a paper, print something or access the Internet?

    • School Library

      • After school

    • Town Library


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Frequently Asked Questions…

  • What if I forget something in my locker?

    • No, you cannot go to your locker.

    • It is your responsibility as a 7th grader to remember what you need for class and bring it with you.

    • At the teacher’s discretion, he/she may allow you to go to your locker.


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Frequently Asked Questions…

  • Can I use the telephone to call home when I forget something?

    • Generally NO! It is your responsibility as a 7th grader to remember what you need for school and bring it with you.

    • At the teacher’s discretion, he/she may allow you to call home.


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Frequently Asked Questions…

  • What if I plagiarize something on an assignment or copy someone’s work?

    • Plagiarizing is illegal and unacceptable under any circumstances! This includes a copy/paste misstep!

    • You will take a 0% on the assignment (regardless of the type of assignment including extra credit), a phone call or note home and possibly after school consequences.

    • The same goes for copying homework!


Additional questions

Additional Questions

  • What questions do you still have that we can answer for you?


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