Science - Week of April 6th

Posted by Lucara Stewart on 4/6/2020

WHAT. A. WEEK! I am VERY proud of how our 7C Chargers have been SO resilient with everything that has been thrown at us over the past 10 days! I only had a few students who did not complete the Symbiotic Relationships assignment, and we are working through how to help those students who may not have the technology readily available to complete the assignments through Google Classroom. I can't stress enough how important it is that we ALL communicate with each other regulary!! Your teachers are exhausting every avenue to make connections through our blogs, TEAMS Meetings, emails, Google Classroom chats, and phone calls/texts. We are documenting that each student has a personal connection with AT LEAST one teacher a week. If you feel like you have not connected with us, please let us know.

For this week, an assignment will be posted on Google Classroom by 10:00am on Monday, April 6th. You will be conducting simulations on the Food Chain GIZMO to see how changes in an ecosystem can impact the producers and consumers. You will be able to type your answers on the handout provided electronically, or you may choose to print it and write out the answers and upload or email it to me. Your assignment will be due by Sunday, April 12th, by 8:00pm.

**On GOOGLE CLASSROOM, the assignment is on the left-hand column, under "FOOD CHAINS."

Please reference the Cluster Information section of our blog to see the revised TEAMS Meetings schedule for 7C. As always, we will be available during our Office Hours on Monday-Friday from 1pm-3pm, except this Friday, April 10th, as it is an HISD Holiday for Good Friday. You are welcome to email us at any time or send us a comment on Google Classroom. We will respond within 24 hours. 

I continue to keep EACH ONE OF YOU in my heart and in my head. Coach Fuji and I do not have any relatives near us, so as we are practicing physical distancing, we are pretty much "stuck" with just us. We LOVE to see you on-line, so please reach out and say, "HI!"