Grade 8 Homework

Mrs. Kulesa Homework

Grade 8 Final Exam Study Guide link below: If you have any questions ask me please.


I have attached a link to the Atom Model Instructions.

Dates to remember: 8A and 8B

 Friday May 11th Atom Model Project Due.  Please ask questions and address any concerns with me well before this date as this is a hard due date.  Points will be deducted for every day late.  This project is worth 100 points but will be counted 2x on gradebook. Don't wait til the last minute! Good Luck on your project!

Tuesday May 15th  Quiz on Introduction to Chemistry pages 72-79.See study guide below.  I have also posted the powerpoint presentation that we used for notes and class discussion

Study Guide for Introduction to Chemistry Chapter 3 Lesson 1

Quiz Date: Tuesday May 15th

Know the vocabulary for the lesson

Be able to:

  • Identify, describe and label the parts of an atom
  • Give the charges of the subatomic particles protons, neutrons and electrons
  • Explain why an atom is neutral
  • Describe where most of the mass of the atom is located and where most of the volume is located
  • What is the difference among the isotopes of an atom
  • Calculate the number of protons, electrons and neutrons of an atom using its atomic number and atomic mass.
  • What was John Dalton’s ideas about the atom?
  • Identify and describe the atom models and/or experiments of Thomson, Rutherford and Bohr and how they contributed to the development of the modern Cloud Model.
  • Describe the Modern Cloud Model
  • What are valence electrosn and what are their roles in the atom
  • Be able to read and fill in/label a box of the periodic table and use the information to draw a Bohr model;.







Mrs. Hoos Homework

Grade 8A 

IXL:  Complete F5, S4, and K4 over Easter Break. 


Grade 8B

IXL:  Complete F5, S4, and K4 over Easter Break.               




Mrs. Tannucilli Homework

Social Studies

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Materials to be familiar with for Social Studies Final Exam:

Missouri Compromise

Popular Sovereignty

Compromise of 1850

Causes of the Civil War

Dred Scott v. Sandford

Concerns on BOTH SIDES (North and South) regarding slavery

Lincoln/Douglas regarding slavery

The election of Abraham Lincoln and its effect on the Civil War

Push and pull factors as they relate to immigration

The Jungle, Upton Sinclair

Tenements and the class system

The relationship between the poor and political bosses

Effects of rapid urbanization


Hull House

Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas


Google classroom codes:

8A:  jdzdhan
8B:  bl3hoh


Mrs. Gioacchini Homework

Students Entering 8th Grade - Summer Assignment is posted below.  Both the IXL and the Are You Ready Math Packet are due on Friday, September 7, 2018. 

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Technology Homework

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