Mr. Schildgen's Class
Friday September 21st: Math Page 113 1-13 - Both Classes
Monday September 24th: Math Page 120 1-3 Page 121 1-4 - Both Classes
Science 6-1 Only ** Page 75 Defintions ** Due by October 1st. 6-1 only.
Tuesday September 25th: Math Page 121 5-16 -Both Classes
Wednesday September 26th: Math Page 133 - 1-2 5-6. 4 Total problems - Show work!! Both Classes
Thursday September 27th: Math Page 128 - Mid-Chapter Check - Both Classes
Friday September 28th - MATH - NO Homework - Both Classes. Science 6-1 Only **Page 75** Defintions Due by October 1st. 6-1
Monday October 1st - MATH - Page 151 1-4 - Both Classes
Tuesday October 2nd MATH - Page 151 5-11 - Both Classes
Wednesday October 3rd MATH - Page 157 - a,b,c, and d. - Both Classes
Thursday October 4th MATH - Chapter Quiz in class. - Test 1A - HOMEWORK - BOTH CLASSES
Friday October 5th MATH - Chapter Quiz and TEST 1A - Homework - BOTH CLASSES
Monday October 8th - FLuency Practice
Tuesday October 9th - Pages 181-182 1-16 BOTH CLASSES
Picture Day - Friday Sept. 28th
Math Test - Monday October 6th
Mass - U.S. Bank Stadium Wednesday Oct. 10th.
Marathon - Friday Oct. 12th
Science Test - Tuesday Oct. 16th
Conferences Thursday Oct. 18th - Sign-up online starting Oct. 1st.
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