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Middle School Math Activities

Parents and Guardians, do you want your children to practice their math skills in a fun way even when they aren't in school?

Middle School December Break Math Activities

Students, do you want to work on an exciting math project that involves creating a fake Instagram account, writing children’s book, or watching a video?

Then print out your grade’s assignment and start working and having fun.

As an alternative you can spend 3 hours practicing IXL online and your teacher will check your work. Here are the IXL skills to practice for each grade level:

  • 5th grade: Skills A1 and A2 - Place Value
    • Skills L6 and L11 - Fractions
  • 6th grade: Skills R7 and R9 - Unit Rate
    • Skills S4 and S5 - Percents
  • 7th grade: Skills K7 and K8 - Proportional Relationships
    • Skills L5 and L6 - Percents
  • 8th grade: Skills Z7 and Z8 - Linear Functions
    • Skills P2 and P5 - Transformations


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Stephanie Simon at Nationals

Hi everyone,


Stephanie Simon became the first ever CHS female athlete to compete at the New Balance High School National Championship this past weekend at North Carolina A&T. She represented the school and herself well finishing 15th in the high jump (in a field of 54) and 27th in the triple jump (field of 44). If you see her over the next few days please give her a congrats!!! The sky is the future for this talented student athlete - just a sophomore. She is already looking forward to next year and even better performances.


Thank you for all your support, Mark and CHS track family.


ps. banquet is tomorrow night at the Moose Lodge in Revere at 5:30ish if anyone would like to attend...


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