Fall 2022:

Hello students and families:

Welcome back to school! I look forward to working with you this year!

Here are some things to consider as we begin the school year:

  • Masks are not required, but they are still a good idea.
  • If you feel cold-like symptoms, even minor ones, please stay home. If you are at school and start to feel symptoms, and don’t normally wear a mask, put one on.
  • Please maintain at least three feet (1m) of distance when possible.
  • If you bring a personal laptop or tablet to school, please remember that they are only to be used for school-related purposes.
  • Please do your work in a timely manner. I will not accept work that is over two weeks late.
  • All assignments will be posted on the Teams app. If you have been absent and wonder what you have missed, this is a good place to start.

I encourage you to contact me or any other teacher if you have any questions or concerns about academics, social issues, organization, or materials.


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End of August, 2021:

Hello 7th/8th graders and families:

Welcome back! I look forward to working with you this school year. Here are some things to consider as we head towards the beginning of the school year:

  • “Meet and Greet” meetings with your child’s homeroom teachers are scheduled for September 1-3. If you have not yet signed up for a time, you can do so here: Meet & Greet sign-up
  • Classes begin on Tuesday, September 7. Students, you are expected to have your school supplies with you on that day. This first day begins at 8:15 AM and ends at 3:05 PM.

If you have questions, please feel free to contact me at any time.

See you soon,

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Welcome Back!

Hello 7th and 8th graders and families!

Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year! I hope you all have had a fun and restful summer, and are ready and eager to get back to learning. Here are some notes to get us started this year:

  1. Please see the sidebar for information about curriculum, classroom expectations, grades, etc.
  2. The schedule is new this year; please familiarize yourself with it when you can.
  3. On the first day of school, please have your supplies on with you.
  4. Please expect to do more work than you did last year; we have a little catching up to do!

Again, welcome back; I look forward to seeing you all at the end of August.


Sven Tice