Mrs. M. Gorman's Team 6-2 Homebase D212 and Math 6

Welcome to Team 6-2!

 

Mrs. Gorman

Math Teacher

Homebase D-212

 

Its All about Respect:
Respect Yourself, Others & Our School!

 

All students and parents need to read our "math class contract" linked below;  then parents need to submit this "Important Student Information" Google Form as soon as possible.


I’m using Remind text messages for important updates.

Remind is free and safe to use, and you can receive messages by text, app, or email. 

Please join our "Math 6 2020-21" class announcements at http://rmd.at/d2g6eef.

If you are in homebase D-212, you should also join http://rmd.at/mrsmgorma.

 

Please click on my OnCourse website and bookmark it;  in my OnCourse website to find the daily homework, click on the "Homework & Events" tab, the calendar and the date.  My OnCourse website also includes links to other helpful websites, including online calculators and technology support.

 

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Extra help website:

 

Click on this IXL website, choose a lesson and click on "start." 

You will have a limited number of free exercises with corrections daily;

please  DO NOT sign up nor pay for anything on this website.

 

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Suggested daily supplies:

 

 (for Mr. B. Hershkowitz’s Social Studies, 

Mrs. C. Johnson’s Language Arts and Mrs. M. Gorman’s Math classes)

  

fully charged laptop with charger

headphones or earbuds

at least 3 sharpened pencils with erasers

green or other colored pen or pencil to correct work

composition notebook (for math journal)

three-ring binder and folder (one for Social Studies, one for Language Arts and one for Math)

lined paper for binder

homework pad, planner or other way to record daily homework

small personal pencil sharpener 

ruler

graph paper (for home) or ability to print graph paper at home when it's attached to virtual lesson plan

tissues (for personal use)

If you can bring an extra tissue box for classroom use, we would appreciate it.

 

 

 


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 "Climb high.  Climb far.  Your goal the sky.  Your aim the star."

(inscription on Hopkins Memorial Steps, Williams College, Williamstown, MA)

 

"Do not worry about your difficulties in mathematics;  I can assure you that mine are still greater."

(Albert Einstein)

 

"Your success and happiness lies in you." 

(Helen Keller)

 

"No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted." 

(Aesop)