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Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Lesson 4-5 Help

Here is a video to help you with your homework for this evening. If you have any questions please feel free to leave a comment and I will write back to you.

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Parent / Teacher Conference Schedule

Below are the times I have scheduled for conferences. If you are unable to attend the time below please email me for a reschedule.

Friday, November 13th
12:20 - Conner

Monday, November 16th
7:30am - Katie H.
12:20 - Kruthi N.
12:40 - Shawn C.
1:00 - Zane G.
1:20 - Madison R.
2:20 - Ayleen O.
3:00 - Raegan L.
3:40 - Brycen D.
4:00 - Sylas F.
4:20 - Drake E.
4:40 - Quade L.

Tuesday, November 17th
7:30am - Hunter A.
12:20 - Nathan W.

Wednesday, November 18th
12:20 - Faith H.
12:40 - Jazmine O.
1:00 - Destiny G.
1:20 - Tristan W.
2:00 - Russell B. (?)
2:20 - Kylee S.
2:40 - Mayci B.
4:00 - Daphne R.
4:20 - Russell B. (?)
4:40 - Ashley R.

Thursday, November 19th
12:20 - Alivia

Nya B.
Moriah H.

Grace B.
Scott N.
Philip B.

Friday, October 9, 2015

Candidate Speeches and Photos

(click on the picture to view the album)


Vice President

Chief of Staff

Secretary of the Treasury

Secretary of Commerce

Attorney General

Saturday, September 26, 2015

Elected Position Candidates



Vice President


Chief of Staff (Vote 2)

Secretary of Commerce


Attorney General


Secretary of the Treasury


Speeches will be Thursday, October 1st and Friday, October 2nd and the election will be Tuesday, October 6th.

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Statistics, Probability, and Data Analysis Videos

Here are some videos that will help you as we go through Unit 2.

What graphs are good for?

What are Bar Graphs?

Histograms vs. Bar Graphs

Mean, Median, Mode, and Range

Mean, Median, Mode, and Range "MMMR Rap"

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Class Jobs

Elected Positions

President – This student is the class leader. This student will be responsible for helping with important tasks around the classroom. This student will also be important for when we have guest teachers and subs. The job will require that they show guest around and help them with class rules and procedures. Finally, this student will run any votes we might have in the classroom as they become necessary.

Vice President – This student is second in command. They will assist the President with the job as described above. They will also fill in when the President is not in class or at school.

Chief of Staff – These two students are the classroom assistants. Their main job description is to help with different things that have come up in the classroom. This might include stuffing Monday Folders, grading, or passing back papers for mailboxes and cubbies. These students play a major role in the day to day operation in the classroom.

Attorney General – This student or students is responsible for distributing the consequences or fines for those students who have broken a class rule. This student must be fair and respectful.

Secretary of the Treasury – One student will be in charge of the class money. They will be responsible for pay students on payday as well as collecting fines for students that have broken a class rule. This student should have good counting skills and be responsible and trustworthy.

Secretary of Commerce – This job will be the responsibility of one student. They will manage the class store this includes ordering and stocking the merchandise. This student must have good math skills and be able to create an inventory that is respectful to all the students in class.

Non-Elected Positions

Secretary of Defense – This job will be the responsibility of any student that wants to apply. Students will work one day a week at lunch to keep order in the lunch area. The possible salary for this job is twenty dollars a week.

Secretary of Health and Human Services – This job will require two students to be in charge of the playground equipment. Students will be responsible for checking in and checking out the equipment. This jobs has a possible salary of twenty dollars a week.

Ambassador of Trade – This job will be the responsibility of two to three students. They will be in charge of checking books in and out of the class library and making sure students take reading quizzes. They will also be responsible for make sure the class library is neat and organized. This job has a possible salary of thirty-five dollars.

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development – This job will require two students to make sure the classroom is neat and organized before students go home. They will be in charge of classroom pick up at the end of the day. This job will have a possible salary of twenty dollars a week.

Secretary of State – This student is in charge of keeping the teacher’s state of mind in good shape. They will be in charge of keeping time, reminders and what ever else is need to keep the teacher going. This job has a possible salary of thirty dollars a week.

Secretary of Homeland Security – These three students will be in charge of the line. They will make sure that students follow the proper school rules when walking around the school. This has a possible salary of thirty-five dollars a week.

Press Secretary – These two students will be in charge of taking pictures during class events. They will also create flyers and posters for things around class. This job has a possible salary of twenty dollars a week with possible bonus later in the year.

Secretary of the Interior – These two students are responsible for the in-class technology. The possible salary for this job is thirty dollars a week.

Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (E.P.A.) – This job will require students to take the recycling down when needed. This job has a salary of twenty dollars a week.

Secretary of Education – These two to three students will help with setting up project and different educational tasks around the classroom. This job will require a lot of work and therefore will have a possible salary of fifty dollars a week.

Tuesday, August 11, 2015


This video is a good introduction to exponents. It is a bit long but it is a good starting point.

Sunday, August 9, 2015

Skip Counting

Today's Videos are a collection of video about skip counting. I have picked some of the harder numbers and put them up here. Remember skip counting will help you with memorizing your multiplication facts. Remembering a song is completely ok when needing to memorize something.

Skip Counting 3's

Skip Counting 6's

Skip Counting 7's

These videos are from

Saturday, August 8, 2015

Multiplication and Prime Number Videos

The following videos will be helpful as we get started this school year. I encourage you to watch them and come up with any questions you might have.

Memorizing Multiplication Facts

Prime Numbers Song

What are Prime Numbers