By now, I hope your first period teacher has reached out to you to find out if you have access to a computer and internet access. New assignments will be available from me on Monday morning for language and history. 3rd period students will get their history assignments from Mrs. Accardo.

All assignments will be available on Google classroom and my website, but you'll have to access the Study Sync book through Clever. The history book is available on my website as well as Clever (7th grade history book. Look for CH 6).

All assignments are due on Tuesday, April 14th. As you do them, you can submitted it to me through Google classroom or email it to me. Study Sync assignments will be completed online and I'll be able to see them there. 

If you DO NOT have a computer or internet access at home, you will need to come by TUESDAY BETWEEN 8:00 A.M. and 3:00 P.M to pick up your assignments and a Study Sync book. You should have your histroy book as well or get it from your locker. This is the ONLY day that ALL teachers will be leaving assignments for you outside their classrooms. 

If you are picking up your assignments, you'll have to bring them with you should school resume on April 14th. If not, drop off will be from 8:00-3:00 on Tuesday, April 14th for ELA/History. Some teachers may want their assignments sooner (math, science). 

If you have any late assignments or zeros, submit it to me via email by scanning it or taking a picture. 

I will be available to answer any of your questions between 8:00-3:00 Monday-Friday starting next week through email or Google classroom. 

Hope to see you soon! 

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