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Miller Fine-Arts Magnet Middle School. Home of the Miller Mustangs!. Welcome!. Instructor: Mrs. Sally M. Moody Email : smoody.miller@bibb.k12.ga.us Miller Middle School Grade 8 Mathematics. United for Change: *Expecting More *Achieving More. Class Goal.

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miller fine arts magnet middle school

Miller Fine-Arts Magnet Middle School

Home of the Miller Mustangs!

welcome
Welcome!

Instructor:

Mrs. Sally M. Moody

Email: smoody.miller@bibb.k12.ga.us

MillerMiddle School

Grade 8 Mathematics

United for Change: *Expecting More *Achieving More

class goal
Class Goal

Students will become effective independent thinkers and problem solvers by setting goals and monitoring progress toward achieving those goals by using the following formative assessment tools: self monitoring, self evaluation, and self reflection.

class quote
Class Quote

Excellence! Excellence! Excellence!

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then, is not an act but a habit!”

-Aristotle

7 habits of highly effective teens
7 habits of Highly Effective Teens
  • Be Proactive…take responsibility for your life.
  • Begin with the end in mind…define your mission and goals in life.
  • Put First things first…Prioritize, and do the most important things first.
  • Think Win-Win…Have an everyone-can-win attitude.
7 habits of highly effective teens1
7 habits of Highly Effective Teens
  • Seek first to understand, then to be understood…listen to people sincerely
  • Synergize…work together to achieve more.
  • Sharpen the Saw…take good care of yourself eat healthy, read, learn new skills, laugh, reflect.
8 th grade supply list
8th Grade Supply List
  • Large 3 ring binder with dividers (Note taking and Handouts)
  • Wide ruled loose-leaf notebook paper
  • Six Dividers
  • #2 pencils with erasers
  • 2 boxes of Kleenex
  • Glue/ Glue stick(s)
  • USB flash drive
  • Crayons/Colored pencils and Markers
  • 2 Composition notebooks (Problem Solving Journal)
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • 1 ream of copy paper
  • Dry erase markers/Highlighters
  • Graph Paper ( ¼ Inch)
  • Package of small index cards
  • Ruler/Protractor/Compass
miller s 8 th grade master schedule
Miller’s 8th Grade Master Schedule
  • 7:20-7:40 Morning Math\ELA
  • 7:45-7:50 Student s listen to announcements
  • 7:50-8:45 ELT
  • 8:50-9:50 1st Period
  • 9:50-10:55 2nd Period(restroom)
  • 11:00-12:35 3rd period and Lunch
  • 12:40-1:40 Lunch
  • 1:40-1:45 Supervision
  • 1:50-3:00 Connections
  • 3:00-3:10 Supervision/Dismissal
cluster expectations
Cluster Expectations
  • Be prepared for class (Notebooks, book, paper, and pencil).
  • Be in your assigned seat and began warm up on the board as soon as you enter the room.
  • Do class work and homework daily; Show your work.
  • Keep an organized notebook including but not limited to notes from the lesson.
cluster expectations1
Cluster Expectations
  • Be an active learner and willing to learn.
  • Learn to communicate Math effectively through writing and speaking.
  • Remain seated at all times and raise your hand to speak.
  • No talking in the Hallway
  • Abide by your M&M’s…. Make Responsible Choices, Maintain Good Character, and Show Respect to all.
classroom rules general
Classroom RulesGeneral
  • Follow directions the first time they are given.
  • Keep hands, feet, and other objects to yourself.
  • Raise your hand to speak
  • Use your inside voice.
  • Treat everyone and their property respectfully.
classroom consequences
Classroom Consequences’
  • Warning
  • Anecdotal Note/Parent Notified
  • Cluster Detention/Parent Notified
  • Cluster Conference/Student and Parent
  • Office Referral
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Come and experience

at MMS!!!

SUCCESS