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Welcome to Silver Team Science and Striving for Excellence!

Students will be challenged to synthesize and evaluate scientific questions, explain scientific concepts through writing and presentation, and be creative.  Problem-solving, critical thinking, and communicating scientific concepts clearly are an emphasis in science class.








All virtual learning communication, assignments, and information will be posted in Google Classroom.  Please sign-in using Google Chrome and your EHT Google account in order to access Google Classroom,  Google Meet "virtual meetings", and your district email address.


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EHT Google Username/email address:

Your last name followed by your first initial and the last three digits of your student identification number.

Example with a student ID# of 123456:


CONTACT Mrs. Flesch by email:  


Attention Silver Team Students!!

This policy begins as of the second marking period.



Late work will be accepted during two different points within the marking period. All late work can be handed in up until the interim. Then, after interim, late work that was assigned before the interim will NOT be accepted. However, any work assigned from the interim date until the end of the marking period will be accepted late for partial credit up until the end of the marking period. Remember: Keep up with your work as it is assigned in class or for homework. Promptly make up missed lessons or work when you are absent.



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Silver Team 7th Grade Science Description:

Science students in 7th grade will study Environmental Science during the first half of the school year.  The topics of study will include laboratory safety, the water cycle, the oceans, the atmosphere, and ecology.  The second half of the year will be dedicated to the diversity of life.  Students will learn how to operate a light microscope and prepare slides of live cells.  Students will study taxonomy, the classification of life, including an extensive survey of the kingdom Animalia complete with preserved specimen dissections, and an introduction to biochemistry.  Hands-on demonstrations and laboratory investigations will be combined with cooperative and individual assignments, discussion, and presentations in order to foster learning and participation.

7th Grade Textbooks:

Interactive Science Series (2011), Pearson Education, Inc.

  • Water and the Atmosphere
  • Ecology and the Environment
  • The Diversity of Life