American History (Humanities), Atoms, Cells, & DNA (Science)

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 8-12pm Live Zoom meetings (Humanities, Math & Science rotations); 1-3pm  Homework (Humanities & Math), read for 45 minutes, work on project with group members, practice instruments if in music

Wednesday: 8-12pm  Enrichment program; this week Beta group in Live Zoom, Alpha Group in Classroom Meeting, then work in Google Classroom

Assignments/Homework: not inclusive – assignments maybe added, or due dates extended

  • Vocabulary Work – 3 words were due last week, and 4 are due this week due Friday
  • Current Events:  CNN10 Kahoot;  Summary of an Article (Newsela – must connect with your project topic) both due Thursday
  • RJW (Read literature book, then respond to question by writing full page) #2 due Friday
  • Primary Journal (writing) ongoing due dates
  • Duolingo XP due Friday
  • Math: CPM, Khan, POD, Exit tickets (daily) pacing guide with due dates
  • Science: journal, participation due day of Science class
  • American History Project: researching and creating powerpoint (collaborative & individual responsibilities)
  • Fridays: assessments

Middle School Schedules for next 6 weeks:


M, T, Th, F Schedule

8-8:20am             CM (Classroom Meeting), SEL
8:20-10:05am      Session 1 (Humanities, Math)
10:05-10:15am    Break
10:15-12pm         Session 2  (Humanities, Math/Science)
Sessions: Humanities, Math, Science, Break-out groups, SPED
12 -1pm              Lunch
1-3pm                Practice Instruments, Collaborative & Independent work,  Read (45 minutes),  Exercise

Wednesday Enrichment Schedule
Students have been broken into 2 groups: Alpha & Beta.  Groups will alternate EVERY other week. Ask your student which group they are in.


Google Classroom Week Schedule
8 – 8:30am  CM
8:30 – 12pm  Enrichment Work in Google Classrooms.


Live Zoom Meeting Week Schedule
8:00-9:00  MUSIC
10:00-11:00 ART
11:00-12:00 PE


ACA Middle School Team

“You’re braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.”

– A.A. Milne/Christopher Robin