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    Mr. Barbary
     
    8th Grade Math and Science
    8th Grade Project Lead The Way 
     
     
     
     
     
     
            

          The Chet F. Harritt Middle School believes in student inquiry and discovery as a preferred method of learning. In order to help support your student there are a couple of pages on this site to help you. The files page will have the packets being used for math and the links site will have links to various web-sites that provide support for a variety of activities. If you are having difficulty accessing these links or you want to contact me for any reason  me an e-mail at lawrence.barbary@santeesd.net 

     

    I have worked with an organization called The National Repository of on-line courses. they have a web-site that can give students assistance in solving math problems. Click on the link HippoCampus

     

    Click on the link below to go to the SlyReply sign up page for a goal-setting conference. 

    Sly Reply Sign Up Sheet 

       
     Please feel free to bring in the following materials throughout the year for Science and STEAM:
    • Bags: Garbage, Ziploc
    • Beads
    • Bubble Wrap
    • Buttons
    • Cardboard
    • Cheese Cloth
    • Clothespins
    • Coffee Filters
    • Coffee Cans
    • Computer Paper
    • Construction Paper
    • Cork
    • Cotton Balls
    • Cotton Batting
    • Egg Cartons
    • Empty Berry Baskets
    • Fabric Scraps
    • Feathers
    • Foam: any kind
    • Foil
    • Glue: wood, liquid, sticks, etc.
    • Glue Sticks
    • Metal Brads
    • Newspaper
    • Old CD's and DVD's
    • Paint Sticks
    • Paper Clips
    • Paper Plates
    • Paper/ Plastic cups
    • Pipe Cleaners (Chenille Straws)
    • Plastic Utensils
    • Pom-pom Balls
    • Popsicle Sticks
    • PVC
    • Recyclables
    • Rubber Bands
    • Soda Plastic Rings
    • Spools
    • Straws
    • Styrofoam: all shapes and sizes
    • Styrofoam Paper/ Cups
    • Tape: Masking, Duct, Scotch, etc.
    • Tissue Paper
    • Toilet Paper/ Paper Towel Rolls
    • Toothpicks
    • Twine, Yarn, String
    • Vegetable Seeds
    • Wooden Dowels