- Teacher: stacey block
Learn about the most recent developments and updates to the Grandview District Curriculum!
Teacher Training Videos for LanSchool
- Teacher: Andy Arbeitman
- Teacher: Jozie Blair
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- Teacher: Emily Christman
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Seventh Grade Math prepares students for a transition into Pre-Algebra during their eighth grade year. The power standards mastered in this course are:
1. Analyze proportional relationships and use them to solve real-world and mathematical problems.
2. Apply and extend previous understanding of operations with fractions to add, subtract, multiply, and divide rational numbers.
3. Use properties of operations to generate equivalent expressions.
4. Solve real-world and mathematical problems using numerical and algebraic expressions, equations, and inequalities.
5. Draw, construct, and describe geometrical figures and describe the relationship between them.
6. Solve real-world and mathematical problems involving angle measure, area, surface area, and volume.
7. Use random sampling to draw inferences about a population.
8. Draw informal comparative inferences about two populations.
9. Investigate change processes and develop, use, and evaluate probability models.
- Teacher: Deborah Stukey
Algebra 1 course in which students will develop an understanding of building and interpreting functions, noticing structure in expressions, arithmetic with polynomials and rational expressions and reasoning with equations and inequalities. Students will also learn to represent and solve equations and inequalities graphically.
Welcome to Mrs. Greenlee's Algebra 1A class.
Composition Notebook (for Interactive Student Notebook)
Loose Leaf notebook paper (for homework)
Pencils with Erasers (NO ink allowed)
Laptop with Charger (school issued or school approved)
In this course, we will discuss gross income and net income, record keeping, checking and savings accounts, cash and credit purchases, loans, vehicle transportation, housing costs, insurance, and investments. YOU will determine what you get out of this class, because I will try to focus on what is important to YOU!
This course is designed with videos and documented tutorials that should welcome and introduce staff members into the world of Moodle at Grandview. The videos are short and simple. As always, if there are concerns that arise or questions that need answers, please do not hesitate to ask. We all struggle at times.
Study Skills is going to be more than just a supervised study hall.
There will be several objectives for the year.
Each student will choose a planner that fits your needs.
You will identify your learning style and practice applying it to class material.
There are more goals, according to your grade:
For Freshmen, your main goal is learning how to handle the classes your work load, and high school life.
Sophomores, you need to begin establishing the direction you want to go after high school. You also need to be able to fill out job applications, create a resume, and develop interview skills. You also need to investigate the ATS program at JFFCO.
Juniors and Seniors: If you are college bound, you need to take either the ACT or the Compass Test, determine your area of study, and fill out applications to colleges.
If you are not college bound, then budgeting, living arrangements and expenses will be added to filling out applications, making resumes, and developing interview skills. You may consider an apprentice program, work study, or work release.
- Teacher: Jolene Dudley
The class will help students prepare for the ACT in the areas of English, Math, Reading, and Science. Students will also receive assistance in registration forms with modifications, as needed.
- Teacher: Jolene Dudley
This course is to cover the Algebra course objectives to prepare for the Algebra EOC. If student is graduating in December, the EOC will be given prior to graduation.