Dear Parents and Guardians, Happy New Year, Pulaski families! We hope you had a wonderful winter break and are ready for a new year filled with inquiry, reflection and risk-taking Reminders NWEA/MAP & TRC Assessment Students in Kdg-5th grade will be finishing the middle of the year (MOY) NWEA /MAP reading and math assessments this […]
“One reason for a kid’s math anxiety? How their parents feel about the subject. “A parent might say, ‘oh I’m not a math person, it’s okay if you’re not good at math either,’ ” Sian Beilock, cognitive scientist and President of Barnard College, says. “It can send a signal to kids about whether they can […]
We are finishing up our Geometry unit. We are diving into Surface Area and Volume of prisms. After that we will head into some Algebraic concepts such as 2 step equations, simplifying expressions, and multi-step equations!
We are currently finishing up a unit on Surface Area and Volume of 3d shapes. Next will be to head into some more algebraic concepts.
November 10, 2017 -textbook pg. 223 #s 1-9, 13-27 odds only (writing equations in point-slope form) Check answers in back of book.
The 7th graders want you to vote! Through their Individuals and Societies class, the 7th grade is participating in a mock presidential election. Each of their 3 fictitious political parties has selected a Presidential and Vice Presidential candidate. You can see their PSAs posted all over Pulaski and students have heard them speak during the morning […]
Ms. Davis has been living and teaching in Chicago since 2008. She taught as a diverse learners’ teacher for five years. This is her fourth year teaching the first grade in CPS. Ms. Davis’ love for teaching began while managing a daycare center in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala upon her graduation from Miami University in 2006. Aside from […]
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