Welcome to Mr. E. Science

Parent/Teacher conferences are this week. That means minimum day Thursday and Friday there's no school. 2020, whew what a year... Hang in there, it ain't nuttin' we can't handle! Just remember to be a "willow" and stay flexible!

The new 7th grade & 8th grade study guides have been updated.

We are moving "Boulders" this year & the "Rocks" and "Pebbles" will roll into place!

Plan ahead & budget your time, and for goodness sake - don't fall behind! This will lead to success.

Your trimester grades will be calculated: Tests/Exams 35%, Homework/Labs 60%, Participation 5%.

Study guide for 7th grade Life Science: Exam Study Guide
Study guide for 8th grade Physical Science: Exam Study Guide

SED's are required to be submitted by midnight every Friday.

#5 will be due on Friday Oct. 23th. Use the summary document in your Google classroom.

HUGS! HUGS! .... Mr. E.

Continue to work on your CHI by doing the right thing - even when nobody is watching!! - CYA!!

  • Here are some of the main links:To the MVCS Web site, to Quizizz, to Google Classroom, to Smarter Every Day on YouTube, to my Fun Stuff page, to my Life & Physical Science Home pages, Science Fair Information and to Quizlet.com.


All "Miserable Toads" are welcome!!

Checkout the Science calendar at the bottom of this page. It has all the Science exams, worksheet due dates, project due dates, etc., etc., etc. on it.

Updated 10/18/20 @ 4:00 pm

7th Grade: Life Science- We're jumping right into the next unit Chapter 2; but first, we'll go back to Chapter 1 Part 2 & talk a little about chemistry - atoms, molecules, elements and compounds.

8th Grade: Physical Science - Starting Chapter 22 and then the Space Race... Ought to be fun!

Be Ready: To make sure everyone is watching the screen casts, there WILL BE short "POP" Quizzes covering the screen cast material !!!

CHI Stuff - Take a look at the CHI definitions and Bible verses to help you understand what "CHI" really is.You need to know them thru 1 Thes 5:14 - And we urge you, brothers, warn those who are idle, encourage the timid, help the weak, be patient with everyone.

Greek & Latin Roots - There are 114 Greek & Latin Roots that we use over and over again in Science. Not just in this class but throughout your entire Science studies. Take a look at them, they will help! You need to remember terms 1-40 at this point in time. The rest will follow! Yahoo!

Work Email address: tehrheart@mvcschool.org

Home Email address: wwjd5150@cox.net

(use my home email for a quicker response, I check it several times a day, can't say the same for my work email.)