7th Grade

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7-203 | Mrs. Christina Corcino | CCorcino@sfaacademy.org
Homeroom – ELA – Science – Religion

Social Studies | Teacher: Mrs. Theresa Kubina | TKubina@sfaacademy.org

Math | Teacher: Mrs. Jennifer Chin-Sinn | JChinsinn@sfaacademy.org
Click here to visit Mrs. Chin-Sinn’s Google Classroom Website

Welcome to the 7th grade!

Seventh Grade is an exciting year and there is so much to learn. The students are exposed to the core subjects as well as many special subjects.

Overview of the 7th grade curriculum:

  • 7th grade science will lay the basis and beginnings of life science that was touched upon towards the very end of last year. Topics will include discussions and studies in the following areas: The Scientific Method, animal and plant cells, an introduction to genetics and DNA, the Six Kingdoms of life, and an introduction to human biology and the major body systems.

Read more about the 7th Grade Curriculum.

Order your SFACA PEP T-Shirt by Monday, 9/23…..

Posted on September 16, 2019
NEW COLOR! SAPPHIRE BLUE

ORDER YOUR SFACA PEP T-SHIRT BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23RD

PEP T-Shirts are worn on PEP Card days for Grades K through 8 and are option for grades PreSchool and PreK

PEP CARDS are incentives earned with Spirit Day donations, walkathon pledges, canday sale and other events throughout the year.

PEP SHIRTS FOR GRADES K-8 MUST BE WORN WITH:
Blue Jeans or Shorts – Sneakers or Uniform School Shoes. No exceptions!

IMPORTANT NOTE:  If you do not have a PEP T-Shirt you may wear your FULL SFACA Gym Uniform on PEP Card days. No jeans.

Click her for order form…

 

Dear Incoming 7th Grade Students

Posted on August 16, 2019

Next year in Social Studies, we will explore many exciting topics. You will learn about the history of the United States. You will be immersed in the topic by discussing focus questions, reading and analyzing a rich collection of diverse primary and secondary sources, examining artifacts, and interpreting images, such as paintings and photographs, maps, and political cartoons.  Read more…

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