Welcome to Mr. Moeller’s Class!
My goal is to ensure your child has a productive and enjoyable school year!
Please contact me with any questions or concerns — email@example.com
Homework will be posted daily by 7 p.m.
Sixth-grade parents: Please initial and return brown envelopes as soon as possible. With your signature or initials, I can be assured that you have seen the belongings of the envelope.Also, please check your child’s daily schedule. He or she has a copy.
All essays should be in a 12-point, double-spaced, Times New Roman format. You may email or submit your essay on a USB.
Essays or specified writing assignments should be submitted on the assigned due date unless there is a reasonable excuse. They can be accepted two days after the deadline, but full credit will not be given unless there is a viable excuse. An essay submitted without a viable excuse three or more days after the deadline will result in a grade of “zero.”
I am available for extra help in the mornings at 7:15 and Wednesday after school from 3-3:45. An afternoon time can also be arranged.
Assignments for the Week of April 16
Monday, April 16 — Gritty Grammar Day
Fifth Grade — Review sentences and essays. Please submit your essay if you didn’t Friday.
Sixth Grade — Review prepositions and adverbs;begin Vocab unit 13
Seventh Grade — Begin vocab unit 13.
Eighth Grade – Review Lord of the Flies; grammar review.
Tuesday, April 17 Reading is Fun Day
Fifth Grade — QUIZ– types of sentences.
Sixth Grade — Continue with A Wrinkle in Time.
Seventh Grade — Continue with Fahrenheit 451 Part II.
Eighth Grade — TEST – LORD OF THE FLIES.
Wednesday, April 18 -Creative Writing Day
Sixth Grade — SPELLING TEST.
Seventh Grade — SPELLING TEST.
Eighth Grade — Begin Tuesdays With Morrie; Continue with MLA.
Thursday, April 19 -Review/Test Day
Edgar Allan Poe
Fifth Grade — Grammar review
Sixth Grade — VOCAB TEST
Seventh Grade — VOCAB TEST
Eighth Grade — VOCAB TEST
Friday, April 20-Review and Test Day
Fifth Grade – Essay writing
Sixth Grade -TEST– A Wrinkle in Time
Seventh Grade –Continue with Fahrenheit 451
Eighth Grade — Continue with Tuesdays With Morrie.