Weekly School Spotlight
Weekly School Spotlight
Posted on 05/08/2017

East Noble Middle School

This week at ENMS started off with an afternoon of Eclipse viewing. Students were dismissed to the grassy area outside of our building to witness history! It was a great time for students and staff to be able to participate in such an interesting event.

Academically, this week students participated in the first round of NWEA testing we’re looking forward to incredible growth when students take it again, in the winter.

In 7th grade math, and pre-algebra, the year began with a couple of assessments so that teachers could begin gathering data to determine the strengths and weaknesses of the students. Now, though, the students are off and running with integers! The students are learning the rules for adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing. They’ve had the opportunity to practice those rules through a variety of games and practice activities.

The 7th grade social studies students are making a booklet of the different types of maps that they will read and see about this school year. Maps they will be reading about are political, physical and historical ones.

In Mrs. Munger’s ELL class, students have been working on subject/verb agreement, identifying the correct word, and speaking and listening through every day sentences. Students created a poster that showed their home city/country on the map, and interesting things about their country of origin.

The cross country team started their season off, at Maple Creek, on Wednesday. The football teams played Angola, on Tuesday, and the volleyball team will be playing their games soon, too!

Just another great week, at ENMS
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