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Coy Middle School. Eighth Grade. Integrated English/ Language Arts. MRS. DUKE. Kent State University- Middle Childhood Education 4-9 ~language arts and social studies with reading endorsement 9 th year teaching reading or language arts. New to Beavercreek, formally from the Akron area.

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coy middle school

Coy Middle School

Eighth Grade

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MRS. DUKE

  • Kent State University- Middle Childhood Education 4-9 ~language arts and social studies with reading endorsement
  • 9th year teaching reading or language arts. New to Beavercreek, formally from the Akron area.
  • Proud to be part of Coy!!
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MR. MESSER

  • Proud graduate of the University of Dayton—B.S. in Middle School Education
  • Licensure for 4-9 Language Arts/Social Studies
  • 5th year teaching English/Language Arts
  • New to Coy Middle School
  • Excited to live and work in the City of Beavercreek!
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MS. OSTERFELD

  • Bowling Green – B.S. in Elementary Education, minor in English
  • Master’s in Reading
  • National Board Certified
  • 16 yrs. at Ferguson/Coy
  • Dream since 10 years-old: Become a teacher
  • Loves teaching!!!
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MS. REIDENBACH

  • Wright State Graduate
    • Both Bachelors and Masters
    • Reading/LA & Science
  • 3rd Year Teaching
    • Springfield
    • Cincinnati
  • Dream was to be either a tiger trainer or a teacher since I was a child
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COURSE INFORMATION

ENGLISH

  • Class focused on developing writing fluency and increasing writing skills
    • journaling
    • frequent essays
    • daily responses in class
    • Advanced grammar study (clauses, phrases, sentence structure)
  • Class works on improving reading comprehension and analysis
    • reading novels, short stories, poems, essays, non-fiction writing
    • working on response to literature, especially group discussions
    • working with increasingly sophisticated literary devices and topics (allegory, irony, allusion, figurative language, theme, etc.)
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MS. CROCKETT

  • Graduated from Morehead State University- Go Eagles!
  • B.S. in Special Education and Elementary Education (k-5)
  • Coach a 16u Fastpitch Select Softball Team
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MRS. HICKEY

Wright State University

B.A -Social Work

M.Ed - Special Education

21st year teaching middle school in Beavercreek

I love teaching!

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MS. PENDRY

  • Ohio University- B.S. in Science and Social Studies
  • Miami University- Master’s degree in Special Education
  • 6th year teaching and 2nd here at Coy. Glad to be back!
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MS. PURDY

  • University of Dayton- B.S Special Education K-12 Mild/Mod. Go Flyers!
  • First year as a teacher here at Coy MS. Excited for what lies ahead this school year!
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MR. BUSCH

  • Ohio Dominican University- B.S. Middle Childhood Education

Math and Language Arts

  • Masters in Teacher Leader at Wright State University
  • 6thyear at BCS
  • Enjoy playing anything competitive !
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MRS. WOLF

  • Bowling Green- B.S. in Middle Childhood Education with math and science.
  • Indiana Wesleyan University: Masters in Education.
  • 12 years of teaching last 9 at BCS
  • Love Teaching (Dream Job!)
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COURSE INFORMATION

  • Math 8/Pre-Algebra 8
  • Class focuses on developing algebraic skills
  • exponents
  • scientific notation
  • expression and equations
  • Functions
    • Graphing linear and systems
    • Geometric Transformations
    • Pythagorean Theorem/distance and midpoint formula
  • Algebra 1 and Honors Algebra 1
  • High school credit
  • Students will focus on functions both linear and quadratic and some cubic.
  • Expressions
  • Scientific notation and rational numbers
  • Linear equations and inequalities writing, graphing and solving
  • Systems of equations and inequalities
  • Exponential functions
  • solving quadratics by factoring, graphing quadratic formula, and completing the square
  • Absolute value equation
  • Radicals
  • Rational equation and functions
  • Extreme Algebra!
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MRS. MEYER

  • Ohio State – B.S. in Comprehensive Science Education, Grades 7-12
  • Wright State – M.Ed. in Classroom Teacher Science
  • 23 years at Coy/Ferguson
  • Proud to be a Science Geek
  • Go Bucks!
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MR. MCALLISTER

  • The Ohio University - B.S. Middle Childhood Education

Science and Social Studies

  • Working towards Masters in Technology Enhanced Learning.
  • 7th year at BCS
  • Enjoy developing fun lab experiences!
  • Go Badgers!
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COURSE INFORMATION

SCIENCE

PHYSICAL SCIENCE

Motion and Forces

Newton’s Laws

Non-Contact Forces

EARTH SCIENCE

Earth’s Interior

Plate Tectonics

Geologic Time

LIFE SCIENCE

Inherited Traits

Mendelian Genetics

Diversity of Species

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University of Dayton: B.S. in Elementary Education

Master’s in School Counseling (GO FLYERS!)

15th year Ferguson/Coy

Avid soccer player and history junkie

BEST job in the world! 

MRs. DRIVER

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Wright State University

Master’s in Art of Teaching

Love to travel and just returned from visiting several Civil War battlefields as well as Virginia’s history triangle (Jamestown, Colonial Williamsburg, Yorktown)

Eager to get the year started!

MRs. MEISTER

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course Information

  • SOCIAL STUDIES – We cover the time periods from the Age of Exploration until Post-Civil War Reconstruction
  • Emphasis on:
  • English Colonization
  • French & Indian War
  • American Revolution
  • Constitutional Government
  • Washington/Jefferson
  • National Growth
  • Age of Jackson
  • Manifest Destiny
  • Reformers
  • Nation Breaks Apart
  • Civil War
  • Reconstruction
got work
GOT WORK???
  • Vacation Work
    • One week notice
    • Signed & dated parent note
    • All provided work due immediately upon return
  • Make-up Work
    • Student responsibility
    • Assignments posted in class and online
    • Allowed time equivalent to length of absence
conferences
CONFERENCES
  • Parent-Teacherconference sign-ups will be conducted through Sign-Up Genius. Request information will be sent through email midway through 1st quarter for students
  • Both day and evening sessions available
  • Meet with several teachers at the same time
  • As-needed conferences available throughout the year
  • Scheduled during Tuesday and Thursday PLC meeting periods (3:15-3:45.)
  • Contact any teacher to request a PLC conference
progressbook
PROGRESSBOOK
  • Online access to your child’s grades, missed assignments, and teacher comments
  • Password protected
  • Contact a school counselorif you do not have a user name and password
character card
CHARACTER CARD
  • Can be found on every daily agenda page
  • Tool to communicate missed assignments and student behavioral concerns to parents
ipads
iPads
  • Due to the Straight A grant, all students will be receiving an iPad with an Otterbox case later this quarter
  • The purpose of this technology is to provide individualized instruction and improved remediation and enrichment
  • Much more information from the district will follow
class websites
CLASS WEBSITES
  • Access by teacher name through the CMS Homepage
  • Homework listings
  • Email staff members
  • Course curriculum
  • Class notes
  • Testing information
  • Supplemental links
  • Podcasts
  • Blogs
  • Online Textbooks
  • Announcements
  • Parent surveys
  • Student polls
  • Printable handouts
  • Parent resources