The students in Mrs. Sklarin’s geometry classes started their unit on 3-dimensional shapes. The students created their 3-D solids from 2-dimensional nets. This is the start of their unit on surface area and volume.
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The students in Mrs. Sklarin’s afternoon geometry class take the most colorful notes. This student has demonstrated his outstanding note taking skills.
Mrs. Sklarin’s afternoon geometry class is up out of their seats and working at the board. It is not just any board these students are working on; it is a Promethean Board. This interactive white board allows the students to be involved in the lessons. Today the students worked with parallel lines and tranversals. The students had […]
Mrs. Sklarin’s Algebra 2 Class is working hard at their study!
The students are shown using the textbook’s online review to prepare for their chapter test. The students complete the self-check quizzes and chapter test online. The website provides hints to the students as they are working on each problem. It also provides the correct answers once they complete each quiz in order for them to check their work. I am […]
Mrs. Sklarin’s geometry class enjoyed a break form arithmetic today as they created tessellations. Tessellations are patterns made from shapes that cover the entire surface without gaps or overlaps. The students used congruence transformations to move their shapes around to cover the surface of a page. Students used translations with their crazy squares and rotations with their crazy […]
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Posted February 19, 2018 ·
Feb. 14 is a special, named day which inspires us to express how much Heritage Academy teachers and students appreciate our global family and love the many stellar accomplishments in academics and passion areas of our talented student body. ... See MoreSee Less
Posted February 13, 2018 ·
Congratulations to Jacklyn Tang, the winner of "Best in Show" at the 2018 Island School Council for Arts Scholastic Art Show, "Promising Picassos" this week. Jacklyn, grade 8, won top honors in the prestigious art show with her stunning watercolor garden scene, beating out all other middle and high school entries. Bravo! Zoom in to see the wonder of her technique. ... See MoreSee Less
Posted February 12, 2018 ·