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    This week's plan for Team Discovery


    Please be aware that the weekly agenda is updated on the morning of the first day of school each week (usually Monday morning) and reflects the Team's plans at the time of the update. 
    However, plans may be adjusted in class, as necessary, to best meet the needs of the students.
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  • Team Discovery Recommendations



    • black or navy blue ink pens (All ELA assignments should be done in black or navy ink unless otherwise stated.)
    • 3 highlighters: 
      • 1 pink or orange
      • 1 yellow
      • 1 green
    • Mechanical or #2 pencils
    • Set of colored pencils 


    • 1 1/2 inch binder for ELA use only
    • lined paper - over the course of the year we will use multiple reams of lined paper in ELA. 

    World Civilization

    • 2 composition books - 1 per semester

    Life Science

    • 1 composition book
    • 1 pocket folder, three hole punched recommended
    • ear buds



    • pencil box or bag
    • 2 Pocket folder (homework folder)
    • agenda book ($5.00 at registration or a spiral notebook may be used)


    If you are unable obtain the needed supplies, please contact one of your TEAM DISCOVERY teachers or the 7th Grade LSMS Counselor for assistance. 

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In 7th grade students are assigned to middle school teams. Each team consists of approximately 150 students and 4 teachers; a Life science teacher, a World Civilizations teacher, and 2 English Language Arts (ELA) teachers. On Team Discovery Mrs. Baker teaches Life Science, Mr. Watkins teaches World Civilizations and Mrs. Grigsby and Mrs. Saunders teach E.L.A. We welcome you and your students to Team Discovery where our goal is to provide students and their parents with the unity and personalized attention of a smaller student body within the much larger Lowell Scott Middle School student body. We work together to establish similar expectations and policies for our shared group of students. For example, if a student is absent from science, he or she can ask any classmate in their World Civilization or E.L.A. class about what was missed. Additionally, we meet regularly as teachers to discuss how to best accommodate for each of our students' individual needs.