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52 West Main Street
Washingtonville, NY 10992

Phone: 845.497.4000
Fax: 845.497.4030
  • Angles Test tentatively scheduled for Thurs, May 24 BD and Fri, May 25 AC
  • Calculators are needed in class EVERYDAY!
  • PLEASE memorize and practice Integer Rules nightly.
  • Extra Help is Wednesday afternoons until 3 pm.
  • Final Quarterly Assessment Review Packet due June 7 during homeroom for all classes.
  • Fourth Quarterly Assessment is Wednesday, June 13 for all Spirit Team classes.
There are ten signatures thus far this quarter.
 In our Geometry unit, students will learn how to identify, describe, and work with angles.  Students will be introduced to types of angles - right, acute, obtuse, straight, and reflex.  Next, we will learn about angle relationships - complementary, supplementary, and vertical.  We will use angle relationships to find missing angle measures by applying our algebraic skills.  After, students will solve geometric verbal problems by using the math essay format we learned in our Algebra unit.   Finally, we will end our Geometry unit by finding the perimeter and area of composite figures.  
I can't stress the importance enough that students MUST BE proficient with their Integer Operations!  Memorize and practice nightly! 
Students should be bringing pencils and calculators to class everyday! 
Students must have a calculator in class everyday.  Please purchase the Texas Instruments TI-30X calculator.  Students will use this same calculator in eighth grade.
All students need their notebook, a pencil and a calculator EVERYDAY in class.  I would highly suggest that a zippered pencil pouch be purchased to keep all supplies handy.  It should be kept in their notebook.
  • Looseleaf binder with three labeled sections: classwork, homework, and test/quiz
  • NO loose papers - place all papers into the correct section of notebook.
  • Notes are dated, complete, and in chronological order
  • Homework papers are dated, corrected, and in chronological order
  • All graded papers are signed by parent, corrected, and placed in the test/quiz section of notebook. 


 The two most important math skills needed for success in the middle and high school are:


If students are competent with both these skills, they will be more confident and will succeed in math. Please help your child achieve success by drilling and practicing their multiplication facts and integer rules.

The Common Core and New York State expect all 7th graders to be adept in fractional operations.  Please log on to Odyssey or Study Island and practice fractional operations.  We will be using fractions all year and students should continue to drill and practice their fractional operations.
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