Lessons for grades 6 – 8 cover topics addressed in life sciences, social studies, and mathematics including understanding population growth trends through history, human-environmental interactions and their impacts on ecosystems, carrying capacity, wealth and resource distribution, scarcity, the role of gender in education., and quality of life indicators. Both parent and child can use the resources listed below to help improve understanding of course materials and fun entertaining exercises.
Each student is assigned a locker with a combination lock, or key padlock. This locker is for the convenient storage of clothing and books. These lockers and padlocks remain the property of the school district and shall under no condition be considered the private property of the student. Lockers shall be subject to regular, random search throughout the school year.
Students are prohibited from sharing their locker with another student. DO NOT SHARE LOCKERS OR COMBINATIONS WITH OTHERS. Students are discouraged from bringing valuables or large sums of money to school. The school cannot be responsible for missing items. Students are permitted to go to their locker at approved times only. Students arriving to school late or leaving early may go to their locker at that time. Please understand that students are not permitted to enter the building or access their lockers before 7:45 a.m. or after 3:30 p.m.
TO OPEN – Turn Right three times. Stop at the first number of the combination.
Turn Left one full turn passing the first number to stop at the second number of the combination.
Turn Right and stop at the third number of the combination.
Pull the shackle.
In this section you will find a variety of forms that your child may be required to have completed and returned to school. Completed forms, signed by a parent/guardian, should be sent to school with your child for delivery to the designated teacher/office. To navigate to the Student Forms click here.