6th Grade Integrated and 7th Grade Integrated Science

  • This page is NO LONGER being updated.  Check my Canvas page for the 2021-22 school year.


    The last update was in April of 2020.  I will not be using this website for a while, but feel free to peruse what kind of stuff I usually have in here.


    Crazy times, people.  Crazy times.  Information keeps changing by the hour, so I have not been updating anything.  Next week, April 6, there will be lots more information coming.

    Stay well.



    Here are some pictures of the Act 56A Rainbow Lab where students tried to make rainbows simply using different salinities and temperatures of water.  Very cool!

    Rainbow Lab #1    Rainbow Lab #2    Rainbow Lab #3

    Be sure to check out the "Calendar Blog" page to the left for what's due, what we did on each day, and if there is any work to complete at home.  

    Activity-specific information may be posted in the calendar, or on the SEPUP Earth, Life, and Physical Science Links and Info pages.  More general information, like online textbook information and Notebook information, is on the Resources page

ParentVUE / StudentVUE Tips!

  • CHECK PARENTVUE to see how you child is doing in his/her classes.  Here is the link to log in!  Make sure you click on "Assignment View", not "Standards View".  Toggle between the two in the upper right.  It looks like this:

     ParentVUE Assignment View

Be Prepared!

Suggested Websites

  • Science Daily Logo Keep informed of latest Science news by reading Daily Science.  It's a great resource to see how Science plays out in daily lives.  If interested, you can sign up daily e-mails, too.  Click on the link to take you there!



    Engineer Girl Logo Check out this awesome site from Engineer Girl!  Some great information on a range of topics. 


    Another great resource for Stem for Girls!

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  • We participated in the Fish Eggs to Fry program through the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.  We received eggs on Feb 4 and released on Feb 27.  These are pictures from release day!  We had permission to release them in Benson Lake, just west of Multnomah Falls.  I was just about to film the release of over 200 fry but the styrofoam cooler broke just as I started, so don't have a complete video.  I managed to film the last few stragglers with my daughter.  Enjoy pics below, and here's a link to all the photos and videos.