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  • Friday, February 8th 2019

    Advanced Math 1:  I am emailing you a copy of my notes over the next section. It's over pages 286-291, and you are to do #1-50 odds.


    9th Grade Geography: Your assignment is  in your Activity Book, you need to do #4-7, pages 62-65. 


    Government:  Read pages 138-144 and answer the following questions:

    Government Assignment Chapter 7 pg. 138-144 

    1) Define political party.

    2) What does independent mean relating to political parties?

    3) What does “swing vote” mean?

    4) Define factions. 

    5) What is a precinct or ward?

    6) Who has the real power in a precinct?

    7) Define political machine. What could be some rewards for loyal service?

    8) What percent voted in 1960 and 2000?

    9) Which state doesn’t require voters to register before voting?

    10) How many states allow voting by email? Which states allow voting via the internet?

    11) What two types elections are there? What do they mean?

    12) Define open primary, closed primary, and semi closed primary?

    13) What is the top-two method? What is the winner-take-all primary?

    14) Define recall, referendum, and initiative. Do all the states allow recall, referendum and initiative?


    11th Grade Anatomy:  Read pages 215-221 and answer the following questions.

    Anatomy/Physiology Module #7 pg. 215-221 

    1) What is a threshold stimulus and subthreshold stimulus?

    2) Define local potential.

    3) How does your CNS differentiate between warm from hot?

    4) What is the refractory period? What is the absolute refractory period? What is the relative refractory period?

    5) What is the difference between unmyelinated axon and myelinated axon?

    6) What is continuous conduction? What is salutatory conduction?

    7) Which are the last nerves to get myelinated?


    Advanced Math 2:  I am emailing test #9 for you to take sometime, you may use your Test #9 cheat sheet to help with the test. If you do not receive the email with the test please contact me and let me know so that I can get it to you a different way. 


    10th Grade Chemistry:  Read pages 264-269 and answer the questions that I will email you, the website and chemical equations don't get along.




  • Wednesday, February 6th 2019

    Advanced Math I: I am sending you copies of my notes, sample questions, and sample question answers to your emails. If you don't get it, please contact me so that I can try and get it to you a different way. You homework is on the notes; but you need to do: pg. 282-283-- #11-15, 27-31, 39-43, 49-51, 61-65, 75-79, 91-93, 95-105, 111-117 ODD only of those problems.

    9th Grade Geography: Read pages 168-174 and answer the following questions.

    Geography Chapter #8 (pg. 168-174)

    1) Why was the Midwest of great importance to the nation?

    2) What does till plains mean?

    3) Why was Ohio referred to as “rust belt”?

    4) What is Indiana the leading manufacturer of?

    5) What city is the transportation capital of the nation?

    6) What state is the largest Midwestern state?

    7) Why is Detroit known as the Motor City?

    8) What is Wisconsin known as? Why is it called that?

    9) What is Minnesota called? Is that name correct? Why or why not?

    10) What percent of the nation’s food supply does Iowa produce?

    11) What is Missouri called? Why is it called that?

    12) What did the pioneers call the Great Plains?

    13) Where did North Dakota get its name? What does it mean?

    14) What famous landmark is in South Dakota? What makes it famous?

    15) What percent of Nebraska’s land is used for farms?

    16) What is Kansas known as? Why is it called that?

    17) What does Oklahoma mean and where did it come from?

    18) Share one interesting fact that you found for each state from your book:

    a. Illinois:

    b. Indiana:

    c. Michigan:

    d. Minnesota:

    e. Ohio:

    f. Wisconsin:

    g. Missouri:

    h. Kansas:

    i. Nebraska:

    j. North Dakota:

    k. Oklahoma:

    l. South Dakota:


    Government: read pages 133-137 and answer the following questions.

    Government Assignment Chapter 7 pg. 133-137 

    1) What do local governments exist as?

    2) What are some other names for counties? Which states have those unique names?

    3) How many county governments are there in the United States?

    4) What are some of the services that counties are responsible for?

    5) How many municipal governments in the United States?

    6) What three forms do the municipals commonly use?

    7) How is the government divided in the mayor-council government?

    8) What happens with a council-manager government?

    9) What happens with a commission government?

    10) How many special districts in the United States? What percent are special districts?

    11) How do special districts get their money?

    12) What is one of the greatest arguments against special district officials?


    11th Grade Anatomy:  read pages 208-215 and answer the following questions.

    Anatomy/Physiology Module #7 pg. 208-215 

    1) Define action potential, excitability, and potential difference. 

    2) What does “at rest” mean? What do you need to remember during resting potential?

    3) What is the sodium-potassium exchange pump?

    4) What are the two things you need to know to understand action potential?

    5) What are polarization, depolarization and repolarization?


    Advanced Math 2:  I am emailing you the answers to the worksheet that was due today so that you can better prepare for the test on Friday. Do not change any of your answers though, unless your grade it with a colored pen. I am also emailing the study guide that is homework for today. We will have a test on Friday. If you do not get the email, please let me know so that I can try and get it to you a different way.


    10th Grade Chemistry: read pages 254-261 and answer the questions below.

    Chemistry Module #7C pg. 254-261 

    1) What is the number above the atomic symbol called?

    2) What is the number below the atomic symbol called and what does it tell us?

    3) What are the units used on the periodic chart? What is their abbreviation?

    4) What is the relationship between atomic mass units and grams?

    5) What is molecular mass?

    6) What do chemists use the term “mole” to refer to? What does it mean?

    7) What is Avogadro’s Number and what does it represent?

    8) What does an atom’s mass in amu tell you? What does an atomic mass in grams tell you?

    9) What does a molecule’s mass in amu tell you? What does a molecule's mass in grams tell you?

    10) Which has more mass: 100 hydrogen atoms, 4 sulfur atoms, or 1 lanthanum (La) atom?

    11) What is the mass of a tin atom (Sn) in grams?

    12) What is the mass of a K2CrO4 molecule in kg?




  • Snow Day Wednesday, January 30th 2019

    Advanced Math I: I will email you your study guide for test #7. I can't put it all on the website. If you have any issues contact me. We will plan to have our test this Friday over these concepts.

    9th Geography: I will email you your test that you need to take before Friday. If you have any issues contact me.

    Government: I will email you the answers to the study guide for you to grade your study guide with and to study with for your test on Friday.

    11th Anatomy: Read pg. 196-202 and answer the following questions. The anatomy labeling sheet I will give to you on Friday.

    Anatomy/Physiology Module #7 pg. 196-202 

    1) What makes up your central nervous system (CNS) and peripheral nervous system (PNS)?

    2) Define nerves and ganglia.

    3) Define spinal nerves and cranial nerves.

    4) Define afferent neurons. What is another name for afferent division?

    5) Define efferent neurons. What is another name for efferent division?

    6) What are the two parts of the efferent division of the PNS and what do they do?

    7) What are the two divisions of the ANS and what do they do?

    8) What are the three basic units of a neuron?

    9) What brings the message into the cell and what sends the message away from the cell?

    10) What are the three classifications of neurons and describe them. 

    11) Define association neuron.

     Advanced Math 2: Do Lesson 79--Problems #1, 6-19.

    10th Chemistry: I will email you your test for you to take before Friday. If you have any issues contact me.  

  • Snow Day Monday, January 14th 2019

    Advanced Math I:  Need to do Worksheet #6 which is page 269--#1-8, 10-20, 23, 27, 30, 35-37, we will go over the answers on Wednesday. Kaitylyn Baker you need to do Friday's work which was pg. 241---#55-73 odds only. Isaac Greer you need to finish Friday's work pg. 241--71-73 odds only. Tori Price you need to finish Friday's work pg. 241--#63-73 odds only. Joshua Shinderuk you need to finish pg. 241--#65-73 odds only.


    9th Grade Geography:  Read pages 131-137 and answer the following questions. Also do Activity #1 pg. 49 in your activity book.  

     Geography Chapter #7 (pg. 131-137)


    1)      1) Where does the United States rank in physical size and population?

     2)      How many people on an average cross the Canada-U.S. border? What percent are for commercial reasons?

     3)      How much has the U.S. exported and imported with Canada?

     4)      What does Rio Grande mean?

     5)      How much is the trading between Mexico-U.S.?

    6)      What are the four major issues that complicate illegal immigration?

    7)      What are the eight topographical regions that the United States can be divided into?

    8)      What are the two types of coastal plains? Where are they located?

    9)      What does piedmont mean?

    10)  Where is the fall line? Why is it called that?

     11)  What is the highest peak in the Appalachian Mountains?

     12)  What is the highest peak in the Rocky Mountains?

     13)  Where is the active volcano in the Pacific Mountain Range?

     14)  Why the U.S. is called “fragmented” states?

     15)  What is the highest elevation in the Alaska Range?

     16)  What are the five largest state in the U.S. by area?




    Government: Do the following questions from Study Guide #6 over chapter 5. If you didn't finish the worksheet from Friday, I will get it to you on Wednesday. Test is not until this Friday.

    Government Study Guide Test #6 

     1)      Which French constitution held an idealistic view of human nature and lasted only three years?

    2)      Who is the head of the Senate?

     3)      Define pocket veto.

     4)      Define naturalization.

     5)      What has grown out of the president’s responsibility to see that constitutional laws are implementd and programs administered?

     6)      What is a gridlock?

     7)      Who added the words “so help me God” to the presidential oath?

     8)      Define gerrymandering.

     9)      Define lame duck.

     10)  Which country has the oldest written constitution still in effect today?

     11)  Which Supreme Court case expanded the Third and Fourth Amendments to imply a right to privacy as one of American citizens’ fundamental rights?

     12)  Which president served more than the two-term set by George Washington?

     13)  Who was the first vice president to assume the presidency after the death of a president?

     14)  What article of the Constitution makes provision for amending the document?

    15)  What is the only amendment to the Constitution to be ratified by state conventions?

    16)  Which Supreme Court case established the right of judicial review?

    17)  How many amendments have actually been ratified?

     18)  Which branch of government makes the laws?

    19)  Define popular sovereignty.

    20)  Define libel.

    21)  Define franchise.

    22)  What are the first ten amendments called?

    23)  What are the two ways constitutional amendments can be proposed?

    24)  Which amendments do the following describe?

    a.       Abolished slavery


    b.      Gave eighteen-year-olds the vote


    c.       Guarantees freedom of speech, press, religion, assembly, and petition


    d.      Limits the president to two terms or no more than ten years in office


    e.       Provides the clearest constitutional statement of the principle of federalism


    f.       Prohibits cruel and unusual punishment


    g.      Guarantees the right to bear arms


    h.      Gave women the vote

     Essay Questions:

    25)  List and define the six basic principles of the Constitution.





    11th Grade Anatomy: read pages 170-176 and answer the following questions.  I will give you the anatomy sheet that goes along with this on Wednesday.

    Anatomy/Physiology Module #6 pg. 170-176 

    1)      1) Define Origin and Insertion. Where are the origins and insertions in the limbs and in the trunk of the body?

     2)      Define belly.

    3)      Define synergist, prime mover (agonist), and antagonist.

     4)      What is the fulcrum, effort, and resistance in a lever?

     5)      Describe the three lever types in the human body. Give an example of each lever and give an example found in the human body of each lever.

     6)      What are the seven criteria that skeletal muscles can be named by?




     Advanced Math II:  Lesson 75 and do #5-9, 11-14, 16-18, 27-29





     10th Grade Chemistry: I will email each one of you the test, if you do not receive it please get a hold of me so that I can get it to you.  When you are done taking the test, Tuesdays work is to read pages 207-214 and answer the following questions. 

    Chemistry Module #6 pg. 207-214

    1)      1) Define chemical change and physical change. Give an example of each.

     2)      Describe phase change. What is the one thing that phase change requires?

     3)      What do we call the following transitions?

    a.    solid ----  liquid

                            b.  liquid ----- gas

        c. gas ---- liquid

        d.  liquid ---- solid

    4)      4) What is the difference between a chemical change and a physical change?

     5)      If a liquid goes through a phase change and all you know is that the molecules moved closer together, what phase did the liquid turn into?

     6)      Classify the following as physical or chemical changes:

    a.       A precious vase is smashed to bits.

    b.      Eggs, flour, sugar, milk, and vanilla are baked, making a cake.

    c.       Dry ice turns into gas.

    d.      Charcoal is burned in a grill.

    e.       Kool-Aid is dissolved in water. 



  • Snow Day Monday, November 26th

    Advanced Math I: read over pages 167-172 and do page 178 #1-30 odds only. ( I will have notes for you in class on Wednesday, do what you can, we will go over the concept in class Wednesday.)


    9th Grade Geography:  read pages 98-104 and answer the following questions on a separate sheet of paper. Since I have some of your activity books I will assign activity #4 from chapter 5 on pages 37-38 on Wednesday for homework. 

     1) Define government.

    2) Define justice & defense.

    3) Define anarchy.

    4) What is an absolute monarch? What is an example of an absolute monarch? 

    5) What is a dictatorship? 

    6) What is a totalitarian government? What is an example of totalitarian government? 

    7) Define democracy. What are the two types of democracy?

    8) What is a constitutional monarchy? What is an example of constitutional monarchy? 

    9) What is a republic? 

    10) Define foreign policy.

    11) What is foreign aid? What is active troop strength? 

    12) What is the best measurement of modern military strength? 

    13) Who are the seven leading world powers? 

    14) What is a militarized state? What is an example of a militarized state?

    15) What is a rogue nation? What is an example of a rogue nation? 

    16) Define diplomacy & treaties.

    17) What are the two types of treaties? 

    18) What are the two leading international organizations created in the 1940s? 

    19) Who are the five permanent members of the Security Council? What can they do to the General Assembly of the UN?

    20) Define self-determination. 

    21) What is the Geneva Convention? 

    22) What is the Muslim countries ‘Red Cross’ agency’s name? 


    Government:  You have a writing assignment over 4 political parties. I have added the links to the websites that have the information about these 4 parties, I will give you paper copies in class on Wednesday; but you can look it up and start forming your idea for the paper.  Here is the assignment sheet: 

      Government Written Assignment #7 (Party Beliefs) 

    The short essay needs to be at least two pages in length (if typed) and at least four pages in length (if hand written). It will be due by the beginning of class on Friday, November 30th.  

    The paper needs to be (if typed): double-spaced, 12pt font, 1-inch margins all around, pages numbered at top of page. The first page needs to have your name, teacher name, class name, and date in upper left hand side and double-spaced as well. 

    The paper needs to be (if hand written): double-spaced, legibly written, use papers margins-leave some lines at bottom of page, pages numbered at top of page. The first page needs to have you name, teacher name, class name, and date in upper left hand side and double-spaced as well. 

    In this essay you will look at the Democratic, Republican, Libertarian, and Constitution Party and their beliefs. In your paper you will give a brief summary of each party and what they belief. What areas if any of each party do you agree with that party? Could you be a member of any of these parties? Why? Or Why not? 

    What policies or beliefs are the most important to you? Why are these policies or beliefs important to you? Did you learn anything about these parties that you never knew about them before?

    Grading Rubric:

    Spelling Errors /6

    Grammar Errors /6

    Paper Format         /6

    Understandable /10

    Reasoning Supported /20


    Constitution Party:

    Republican Party:

    Democratic Party:

    11th Grade Anatomy: Finish your study guide for test #4. I will make your test a take home test for Thursday so that we can go over the study guide in class on Wednesday.


    Advanced Math II:  David make sure your worksheet #5 is complete for Wednesday's class, we will go over it in class. Do Lesson 71 problems #7-12, 14-23


    10th Grade Chemistry:  read over pages 156-163 and answer the following questions on a separate piece of paper. 

     1) What is double bond?

    2) Is it okay to move electrons in Lewis structure?

    3) What is triple bond?

    4) Which is the strongest bond? Single bond-Double bond-Triple bond

    5) What gases are involved in earth’s three-tiered protection system against high-energy light that comes from the sun?

    6) What can break apart the three gases in the earth’s three-tiered protection?

    7) Based on their Lewis structures, which molecule is easiest to break apart:

    C2H4 ----PN----H2 (These numbers are subscript numbers, it won't do that on the website). 

  • Spanish 1 Alphabet song

    Here is the Spanish Alphabet Song military style for you to work on your Spanish alphabet. 
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