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Welcome, Mustangs, to 7th grade!
I'm so happy to have you joining me this year! This isn't exactly how I thought we'd meet, but that doesn't make it wrong-it's just different!
Interested in checking out a book from the Corbett Library? Check out the information on this link from our librarian!
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As we prepare for the year, here are a few things to get you started:Supplies:Pocket folderComposition notebooks- one for Reading, one for WritingPencils (enough to last the entire year)Colored pencilsMarkersScissorsGlue sticks (enough to last the entire year)Personal pencil sharpenerRed pensPersonal kleenex (small enough to keep in backpack)You will always need to have a book that you are ACTIVELY reading
Beginning Monday, August 17th, and every day after, all students will be required to have a novel of their own to read. For this initial reading, your novel selection needs to be FICTION. Find a novel that is engaging, interesting, and on your level. Please make sure your novel is not a picture book, not a graphic novel, has 100 pages or more, is one you have not read before, and is age and grade appropriate.
Typically, teachers would take students to the school library or allow them to use the teacher's classroom library. As we begin in-person learning, the library will be open for students to independently check out books during their lunch.