Great,Everybody is happy,But I am happy for the students and what they achieved .We just had a graduation for 8th Graders ‘ .
Now, The new 8th and 6th graders,Welcome to my class.We will Insha Allaha have a successful year.
Working together is going to be key between the teacher and the students.Keep that in mind.

If students continue to flex their mental math muscles over the summer, it will have a positive impact on how much math material they retain. Studies support the painful truth that students lose about two months of math ability over the summer months.

In order to support your students, a team of middle school math teachers prepared Summer Math Review Packets. There is a packet that reviews 6th Grade Math, 7th Grade Math, and 8th Grade Math. Each packet provides a set of review problems on a select number of math concepts and an answer key to check for understanding. There are 10 weeks of summer, so plan on 10-15 minutes of work per week for your student.

These packets can be found on both the Abbott Middle School and Orchard Lake Middle School websites. For parent support, you can go to This is the website for College Preparatory Mathematics, our middle school math instructional materials. Once at the website, select “Parent Guides,” select “Core Connections, Courses 1-3,” and then select the course number. Course 3 is 8th grade. Course 2 is 7th grade. Course 1 is 6th grade.

These packets are not required but are strongly recommended to support your students as they transition into the next grade level. Thank you for supporting your student this summer. We look forward to seeing you next year.

Below are the links of the packets of the appropriate grades.

6th Grade Summer Math
7th Grade Summer Math
8th Grade Summer Math
Other links https://WWW.khan
https:// WWW .home school
Summer Camp for math.
Engineering for kids Triangle.
Work on finding a topic for the Math Fair


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Report Cards

Salam Aleykum ,Students 1st quarter grades will be given out this friday.Parents should look them over and see if the students need help in certain areas.Teachers will be working with you to make sure we help your child accomplish the goal they set out to get.

october :character:honesty.

Honesty is “being truthful in what I say and do.” Honesty is more than just accurately reporting facts. It includes what you say, and it also includes what you don’t say! For example, if your mom asks, “Did you eat the cookies?” you could accurately say “no” if you just ate one cookie. But that would be deceitful.

Honesty also includes your actions. For example, to cheat on a test is to pretend you know the answers when you really don’t. Or to steal candy from a store is to act like you paid for it when you really didn’t. Honesty means saying and doing what is true, not false.


  1. Tell the truth.
  2. Play by the rules.
  3. Not exaggerate the facts.
  4. Admit when I am wrong.
  5. Not take things that don’t belong to me.