• 2020-2021 Summer Information

    Posted by Micah Nellums on 5/31/2020



    Teacher: Micah Nellums


    Please complete the Outsiders by S.E.Hinton as your Summer Reading. If you are looking for more suggestions, you can look at the 2020-2021 Project Lit list



    Teacher: Shelly Hulbirt

    E-mail: SHULBIRT@houstonisd.org

    Please continue to read historical fiction and watch historical television to keep your mind ready for new and exciting Texas History!

    Math/ Algebra

    Teacher: CIndy Hsu

    E-mail: chsu@houstonisd.org

    Please complete the pathways on Imagine Math

    How to get to Imagine Math: HISD home page ➡ PowerUp HUB ➡ Digital Resources ➡ Imagine Math


    Teacher: Kerri Coffman Fujiwara

    E-mail: KCOFFMA1@houstonisd.org

    Please stay curious and explore on-line resources available to you.


    Username is: pinoak

    Password is: flix

    Time For Kids


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  • Summer Reading

    Posted by Micah Nellums on 5/15/2020

    Summer Reading Reading 2020

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  • Weekly Update -April 2nd

    Posted by Lucara Stewart on 4/16/2020
    Below, you will find our weekly newsletter with updated information regarding Microsoft Teams meetings. As always, please encourage your student to contact us through their student email rather than their private accounts. Access to their email is simple and steps can be found here.  
    Please consistently check with your child on Google Classroom, so that you can stay up to date on their weekly assignments and deadlines. Planners can still be utilized and are encouraged to be used to keep a routine. 
    Weekly Newsletter
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  • Cluster Update- March 25th

    Posted by Lucara Stewart on 4/5/2020

    Hello All! 


    We hope you are doing well during this time. Many of you have received a brief phone call or email regarding updates concerning digital learning and remote access to class materials and assignments. 


    Teachers have started to utilize Google classroom, the Remind App, and newsletters like this one. We will also be using Microsoft Teams, which students will have access through starting on March 31st. As always, they will access it using their HISD email address. Directions on how to access their emails are here.


    For Science, History, English, and Math, students will be communicated information through the 7C Cluster Blog, Google Classroom, and Remind. 


    Students who have Mrs.Warhotifg for Math can access Google Classroom using the following Codes: 

    Period 1: 3j2gn24

    Period 3: jabf7gr

    Period 4: gfu3ifz

    Period 7: evn2xa2


    *Parents, please do not sign up for google classroom. Class content should only be accessed through student’s accounts. 


    As always, students should be actively checking their respective platforms, email and updating their planners to stay on top of work. The 5th grading cycle is scheduled to end on Friday, April 3rd, so we encourage you to access Gradespeed and contact any teachers as soon as possible with questions about individual grades.


    Please be aware that only one member per household should sign up for a class’ Remind as announcements will not be able to be sent past 150 members. One member means one child or parent. If a child has 2 or more residences, the child can sign up and share information with each guardian. There are 138 students in 7C so please respect the space allowed for the Remind app. Please remove yourself from the Remind if you have more than one account. 


    Please feel free to email us with any questions you may have.


    Ms. Coffman    kcoffma1@houstonisd.org 

    Ms. Hulbirt       shulbirt@houstonisd.org 

    Ms. Hsu           chsu@houstonisd.org 

    Ms. Marshall    dmarsha4@houstonisd.org 

    Ms. Nellums    micah.nellums@houstonisd.org 

    Ms. Warhoftig  colleen.warhoftig@houstonisd.org 

    Reading Intervention students please contact Mrs. May. 


    We will be posting “office hours” early next week for each teacher. We respect the fact that many of you are sharing devices with siblings or parents, so we will limit the time you will need to report to a class. Instead, we will make lessons available for you to complete at your convenience, giving you sufficient time to complete them. As we have said and will continue to say, some of us are less proficient with technology than others, so please be patient with us as we all adjust to this “new normal.” Our wish is that we are able to see you all in person sooner, rather than later! We really do miss you!

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  • Remote Learning

    Posted by Lucara Stewart on 4/4/2020


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