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Anita Graham


                
                               
               
                 
                                         Textbook  
During the first few weeks of school, your child will receive a username and password to access his/her textbook electronically. 

**Beginning 9/5/17, students in my 3rd block will be using
 I-Ready workbooks instead of the GoMath materials.

         

TESTS ARE ON THURSDAY OF EVERY WEEK

















                                                                   I am excited to be teaching seventh grade math during the 2017-2018 school year. My goal this year is for every student in my classroom to grow and become the best learner he or she can be.
        I graduated from Union High School and received a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science degree from Mississippi State University. This is my 24th year to teach at Union Public Schools. I have taught at both the high school and the middle school level. I have taught in all the major subject areas, but I always come back to math because it is my favorite subject. This year will mark the fifth time I have taught 7th grade math.
          
         If I can be of assistance to any parent or student in helping you achieve academic success, my contact information is grahama@unioncity.k12.ms.us or I can be reached by phone at 601-774-5303.






Our Classroom Rules
1. Allow me to teach.
2. Allow others to learn.
3. Always do your best.



Text @6771d to      810-10 to receive updates about what's going on in class.

**Most homework is completed in class, and all tests are on Thursdays. There will only be a reminder if we do something differently than normal.

TEST RE-TAKE POLICY

1. Re-work old test. Write the questions that you missed on notebook paper and correct them.

2. Turn corrected test in to Mrs. Graham. Schedule a time at break, lunch, or during Learning Strategies to take a new test on the same material.

3. The new grade replaces your old grade, regardless of whether it is higher or lower than the original grade.

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