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6th Grade students must have TDAP in order to begin 7th grade. Proof must be provided to Records Office at Cope Middle School.
The Redlands High School Counselors want to encourage all our future parents and guardians to attend our annual 8th into 9th Grade Parent Night on Monday, April 10 at 6:00 p.m. in Clock Auditorium on the RHS campus. Topics to be covered included graduation requirements, registration forms, honors programs, summer school, student activities, and academic policies.á The High School asks that you download and print the registration documents.

Mrs. Andreasen's Multimedia Blog

Blog EntryBlog: Monday, January 23, 2012

Chapter 8 Plate Tectonics Review

Here are the exact topics for the next test in the order they appear on the test:

1.  Layers of the Earth
2.  Continental-Continental Collisions
3.  Mid Ocean Ridge, age of rocks
4.  Theory of Plate movement
5.  Ocean Floor Theories
6.  Early scienctific community beliefs
7.  Transforms Boundary Affects
8.  Layers of the Earth
9.  Key Term:  Plate Tectonics
10.  Description of a plate
11.  Spreading Centers
12.  Model of the Earth
13.  Magnetic Reversals
14.  Magnetic Reversals being recorded
15.  Wegner
16.  Magnetic Minerals
17.  Earth Movement
18.  Earth Model
19.  Crust Formation
20.  Plate Movement
21.  Types of Boundary Movement
22.  The Core
23.  Mountain Formation
24.  Plate Movement
25.  Density
26.  Layers of the Earth
27.  Plate Movement
28.  Key Idea:  Plate Movement
29.  Asthenosphere vs Lithosphere
30.  Tectonic Plate Make-up
31.  Mountain Formation
32.  Sea Floor Spreading
33.  Layers of the Earth

Posted by Mrs. Andreasen at 12:39 PM
Blog EntryBlog: Friday, December 16, 2011

Hi Guys!

I thought I would give you guys an open blog to chat on while school is out.  I know you will all miss each other so much, you can keep in touch this way.  Remember to keep your identities secret!

Posted by Mrs. Andreasen at 3:49 PM
Blog EntryBlog: Friday, October 28, 2011

Twister!!!!!

I had a GREAT time watching the movie with you guys today!!!!!  What did you think?????  What was your favorite part????

I have two:  When Jo says, "where's my truck?" and when they see up into the eye of the tornado in the final scene.

Posted by Mrs. Andreasen at 3:44 PM
Blog EntryBlog: Monday, October 24, 2011

Math Study Group Questions

Tell if the following numbers are prime or composite without using your chart:
11, 24, 0, 61, 45, 39, 1, 83, 91, 2, 53, 77

Write the prime factorization for the following numbers:
78, 144, 96, 95, 176, 156, 336, 675, 888, 2800, 780, 682

What is the GCD of the following numbers:
6, 15
18, 27
26, 65
60, 25
84, 48
90, 34
49, 56
36, 120

What is the LCM of the following numbers:
12, 15
30, 12
16, 32
25, 40
30, 75
12, 64
15, 50
15, 30, 50, 100
21, 28
15, 22, 30

Posted by Mrs. Andreasen | 31 comments
Blog EntryBlog: Friday, October 21, 2011

Chapter 3 Science Study Group

Hi Everyone.  Hope you have a great weekend.  Here are some questions to think about before Tuesdays test:

What type of serious weather would you expect to occur on the southern side of Florida?

What tool would be the most useful for studying cloud cover?

What type of front forms when warm air pushes against a cold air mass?

What two things are really important when describing an air mass?

Can you explain how thunderstorms form?

How is a stationary front significantly different from the other two types of fronts?

What dangers will result from winter storms and thunderstorms?

How can you remember the different types of weather associated with low and high pressure systems?

Do you understand what types of moisture form between continental and maritime air masses?

Why are hurricanes so dangerous?

What exact conditions form a hurricane?

What is storm surge?

Describe the type of precipitation you may see during summer months.

What would you use to study cloud cover?

When, and where do hurricanes form?

Why do thunderstorms start?

How would you track a tropical storm?

Best of luck!!!!  I'll post math questions on Monday!!!

Posted by Mrs. Andreasen at 4:16 PM
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