Tomorrow, exams begin for 7th and 8th with the Math exam (with the exception of Mrs. Alesch's students, who took the EOC test as their final). Exam review packets for my courses are shared on my webpage, should your child require an additional copy (note: 7th will receive theirs in class tomorrow). 
 
The last day to turn in late or missing work or assessments for Soc. Studies and Lang. Arts will be Thursday, May 30th (the last day of regular classes). 
 
Also, please keep a look out at home for any school or classroom library books that are ready to be returned. The last day to turn in school library books to avoid a fine is May 22nd. Students may keep classroom library books through the 30th so they have reading materials for exams, should they finish early. 
 
Praying your child will get sufficient rest tonight despite exam jitters and arrive ready to put in solid effort tomorrow. 

8th Grade Home

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Welcome to Mrs. Jaeger's Webpage!

Our middle school students connect to Christ as they study and memorize the Scriptures in Religion class and Middle School Bible Study, and as they praise Him during Chapel and Middle School devotions. 

Students connect to the Grace community through our Chapel Buddies program, where older students are paired with four-year-old students for chapel and other buddy-bonding activities. Students build relationships through after-school clubs such as Russian Club and Cooking Club. They learn teamwork through playing on our golf, volleyball, soccer, cross-country, basketball, cheer, and track teams. They build relationships on class trips.

Grace parents connect to our community through cheering on our sports teams together, chaperoning field trips, worshipping at chapel, and more! 

Grace graduates connect to area high schools, arriving 100 percent prepared for the transition to high school. While at Grace, students develop study skills, note-taking skills, writing skills, and a well-rounded academic foundation that will allow them to succeed at the next level at the school of their choosing.

I am cheering for my students and their families along this journey! I am ready and willing to guide students as they learn and grow, clearing roadblocks and soothing sore spirits. I love teaching middle schoolers because they bring energy to the classroom.

As I seek to teach children, I am always mindful that I am praying for the Lord to teach me, too. “Show me your ways, Lord, teach me your paths. Guide me in your truth and teach me, for you are God my Savior, and my hope is in you all day long” (Psalm 25:4-5).

May God bless us as we encourage each other to stay Connected this school year!

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Parent Resources: Below are links to documents that have links to numerous articles on these topics.

Academics

Connecting With Your Teen

Emotional and Social Health

Faith

Media Tips

Physical Development

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Important Information

Below are folders for shared documents for each of my classes.

Language Arts (link to folder)

Social Studies (link to folder)

Religion (link to folder)