Welcome to Back to School Night. Seneca Ridge Middle School Home of the Thunderbolts!. Agenda. School Board Presentations Seneca Ridge 101 PTO introduction Teacher presentations -Social Studies -Art -Keyboarding -Math -Science -Language Arts/SAMS -Music. Seneca Ridge 101. Welcome…
Seneca Ridge Middle School
Home of the Thunderbolts!
Back To School
pass required to enter the building early
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of 12 students (4 from each grade).
Clubs with varied meeting dates:
Student interests: surveyed through resource – seeking sponsors:
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How to access a teacher’s web page:
Go to the Seneca Ridge Middle School website located at:http://www.lcps.org/srms
Click on the label marked "Staff".
This will take you to a listing of the staff at the school. Click on the teacher’s name. This will take you to that individual teacher’s webpage.
SOL Tests will be held in May on all of the above topics.
Art 6 and Dominion HS
Art 7 and 8
Art 6 and 7
Students continue to build basic skills, such as drawing, shading, and design.
They are exposed to different media, such as graphite, paint, computer graphics, ceramics, etc.
Art History, Aesthetics and Criticism are interwoven throughout.
We do not assign regular homework. However, if students fall behind on a project, they may be asked to work on the project at home.
Materials will be loaned out if necessary.
firstname.lastname@example.org (Mrs. Chahine)
(M.S. Technology in Education)
28-33 & up A
Below 12 F
33-38 & up A
Below 17 F
http://www.lcps.org/srms, then click on staff and find Fedei or Martell
On our websites, you will find:
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
your child’s success!!
Then, click on “Teacher’s last name, Teacher’s first name.”
Features on our websites:
Homework Calendar & assignments
Test dates coming up
Study resources on-line
Topics Covered in each class for the school year
Extra Math Help Available After School
O’Neill: By Appointment
Homework will include practice worksheets, science journal entries, studying vocabulary words, or using a study skill to review concepts taught in class.
Homework is assigned on a regular basis(at least once a week) to provide practice and/or review concepts we are learning in class.
Check your child’s agenda or teacher’s web-site for upcoming tests, quizzes, or homework assignments.
Teacher help is given during a student’s Resource time or you can contact the teacher for additional availability.
Students and parents can check the teacher’s web site for dates and they should also be written in student’s agenda.
Please check the agenda each night. Students can review vocabulary or class notes each night for homework.
Back-To-School Night Presentation
The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of a variety of fiction and non-fiction texts.
The student will present, listen critically, and express opinions in oral presentations.
The student will improve critical thinking skills
The student will identify the characteristics and effectiveness of a variety of media messages.
The student will write narratives, exposition, and persuasion pieces.
1. Be respectful (to classmates and adults)
2. Complete work to the best of your ability
3. If you don’t understand something, ask
4. Bring your supplies to every class (agenda, binder, pencil and a novel to read)
5. Be respectful (so important, it’s listed twice)
(Playing/Singing and Written)
Donna Timmons- Donna.Timmons@lcps.org Chorus
Sarah Horback- Sarah.Horback@lcps.org Band
Lisa Smith- Lisa.Smith@lcps.org Band
Kendrey Trammell- Kendrey.Trammell@lcps.org Strings
Leah Hawkins- Leah.Hawkins@lcps.org Guitar
By phone: 571-434-4420
Please visit our Websites for specific information
regarding your students’ class!