6th/7th/8th Grades

HDLA Middle School Family;

I hope that you are all doing well during these times. As we are apart from one another, we at HDLA take this time to reschedule our daily lives while keeping learning activities in order that our students are not left behind in this new Academic arena. Here is a daily schedule we should attempt to keep in order that we stay focused, healthy and fit.

Mr. Falconer (baruti1996@yahoo.com)

  1. This is new for all of us and we are in this together! I will be available to zoom live on Friday forany questions or extra help starting at 9am by appointment only. Please feel free to email mewith a requested time and date. Thank you for all your support and I am here to help in anywaypossible!
  2. Ms. Connalhdlaconnal@gmail.com

Daily Schedule for Middle School

Our daily science and history schedule should be as follows;

8:30am – 9:30am Get up get your exercise and chore workout done. Prepare you a hearty breakfast, and then get ready for the day.

9:30am – 10:00am   You should work on your Achieve3000 assignments and stories daily (be sure to do all parts of the activities) being sure to achieve 80% or better for full credit.

  1. This is new for all of us and we are in this together! I will be available to zoom live on Friday forany questions or extra help starting at 9am by appointment only. Please feel free to email mewith a requested time and date. Thank you for all your support and I am here to help in anywaypossible!
  2. Ms. Connalhdlaconnal@gmail.com
Mondays and Wednesday
11:00-11:30am
Math – 8th grade Zoom meetings with Ms. Smith
12:00-12:45PM
History A New Government - Zoom Meeting with Mr. Falconer grades 6-8
Tuesdays and Thursdays
10:00-10:30am
6th grade Math Zoom Meetings with Ms. Smith
11:00-11:30am
7th grade Zoom Meetings with Ms. Smith
12:00-12:45pm
Science Infectious Disease Projects guidelines and discussions grades 6-8.
Fridays
11:00am
Finance Fridays with Ms. Smith for 8th graders - Zoom Meeting

Online Resources

Achieve3000i-ReadyNational Geographic Kids Multiplication.comGameUpHistory Channel Science ChannelCenters for Disease Control and Prevention