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03/30/2020

5th Grade Instructions; March 30-April 3, 2020

03/30/2020
The pictures of daily answer documents and such will be found here. Assignments are due by 8pm each evening.
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Download 5th Grade assignments; MARCH 30, 2020

03/30/2020
Download 5th Grade assignments; MARCH 30, 2020
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03/29/2020

8th Grade Bible; March 30-April 3, 2020

Bible 03/29/2020
Do pages 95 - 101 in the text book.
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8th Grade History; March 30-April 3, 2020

History 03/29/2020
Wow, we’ve finished the first week, and you did great!! Ready for the second? Here we go!
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7th Grade History; March 30-April 3, 2020

History 03/29/2020
You are doing a TERRIFIC job!!! Thank you for working hard and being responsible. You are the best! Please watch lesson 150 and answer the following questions. Remember to send the answers to the new link!
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6th Grade Assignments; March 30 – April 3, 2020

03/29/2020
We survived the first week, and you did absolutely amazing work! Below you will find this week’s assignments. Just keep giving your best effort, and everything will be all right.
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3rd-8th Latin; March 30

03/29/2020
Questions, concerns please communicate through Remind Please send photos of completed assignments through Remind
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8th Grade Science; Tests; March 30-April 3, 2020

03/29/2020
Take the 12 question test on chapter 19. Your answers are due Tuesday
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7th Grade Assignments; March 30-April 3, 2020

03/29/2020
Students, before you begin this week's assignments in Lightbearers I ask you to recall what we have discussed about how social media can be an idol.
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6th Grade Science; March 30-April 3, 2020

03/29/2020
This week will be mostly taking a test over Chapter 9. See the pictures of the test to answer the test questions. I am dividing the test into segments.
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6th Grade Math; Lessons 91-94; March 30

03/29/2020
Expanded notation, Classifying Triangles, Geometric Formulas, Fractions & Decimals Written as Percentages
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7th Grade Math; Lesson 91-94; March 30, 2020

03/29/2020
Probability and Dependent Events,Proportion Equations for Percentages, Evaluating With Positive and Negative Numbers, Two Step Equations
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8th Grade Math; Lesson 91-94; March 30, 2020

03/29/2020
8th Grade Math TOCS - Lesson 93 - Equations with Exponents,Graphing inequalities,Perimeters & Area, Effective Scaling on Perimeter Area and Volume
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4-8th Grade; Art Assignment: March 30, Due April 3, 2020

art 03/29/2020
Answer the questions about the artist in each caption space. This will be a graded report and is due April 3. The work or assignment is always due on that Friday of the week.
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03/25/2020

7th Grade Math – Mixed Number and Negative Coefficients – Lesson 90

03/25/2020
Lesson 90, Mixed Number and Negative Coefficients
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6th grade – Math Lessons 89 & 90

03/25/2020
Towering Oaks Christian School Math Lesson 89, Measuring Turns Lessons 90
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8th Grade Math lesson; Sets & Systems of equations; Math

03/25/2020
8th Grade Math lesson on Lesson 90 sets and systems of equations.
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Proportions and Ratios – Math 3-25-2020; 6th Grade

03/25/2020
A quick video showing how to work proportions and ratios.
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March 23-27; Eighth Grade Assignments

03/25/2020
Eighth grade assignments for History, Science, etc.
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Seventh Grade Assignments; March 23-27

03/25/2020
Seventh Grade Assignments for week of March 23 - History, Wordly Wise and more...
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Why Christ-Centered?

". . .all things were created by him and for him.  And He (Christ) is before all things and by Him all things consist."  Colossians 1:16-17

"Jesus saith unto him, 'I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life. . .' "  John 14:6

Education is the imparting of truth to the next generation.

"The end then of learning is to repair the ruins of our first parents (Adam and Eve) by regaining to know God aright, and out of that knowledge to love Him, to imitate Him, to be like Him, as we may the nearest by possessing our souls of true virtue, which being united to the heavenly grace of faith makes up the highest perfection."  John Milton

Why Classical?

The Classical model incorporates all that is good in education.  Students are taught how to learn and to love learning.  God is the source of beauty and truth.  The Classical pursuit of these virtues encompasses all areas (subjects) as they become an integrated whole viewed through the lens of God's Word.  It was the Classical model of education in 18th century America that produced some of the greatest thinkers, scientists, pastors, and leaders who ever lived.  Our goal is to reproduce these results as we equip students to analyze, think logically and critically, and to express themselves articulately and persuasively, thus ready to confront and overcome the false and immoral sentiments in our society today.  "And having done all. . . to stand."  Ephesians 6:13


Welcome to Towering Oaks Christian School!  We invite you to explore our web site to see who we are and what we are about.

Mrs. Amy Pfaff-Biebel  -  School Administrator