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Mrs. Megan Naglik » Middle School Social Studies

Middle School Social Studies

Welcome to social studies! I am so excited to be back for my 13th year teaching middle school social studies at Holy Family Regional School.
 
I am a 7th grade homeroom teacher and teach 6th and 7th grade social studies. I absolutely LOVE history- especially ancient history. I am a graduate of Michigan State University and hold a master's degree from Oakland University in special education. I am so incredibly blessed to work at Holy Family and I am looking forward to a great year! If any questions come up, please email me at naglik.megan@holyfam.org 
 
I am a Google certified educator and use Google Classroom for daily assignments, homework, important updates, and much more. Students subscribe to my Google Classroom page the first week of school. Parents, if you are interested in receiving weekly Google summaries of your child's progress with missing and upcoming work, and new posts, please email me- I will sign you up.
 
 
 

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Absent Students:

If you are absent and miss social studies, please refer to both Google Calendar and Google Classroom. I have a link on the right for both my 6th grade calendar and 7th grade calendar. My calendar includes class work information, homework, and project due dates. 
 
Google Classroom: Under "Mod Materials" you will find all notes, handouts, and worksheets. I also post a PDF of the current chapter we are studying. 

 

General Conduct

Hi parents,

This is the General Conduct form your child will receive from his/her Homeroom teacher.  This form reflects your child's overall conduct on campus, focusing on the times we are not in the classroom.  Please note, students are expected to 'Meet Expectations' in each area.  Any item 'Needs Improvement' will begin to lower the General Conduct grade from an A.  One 'Needs Improvement' is a B, two become a C, and 3 will equal a D.  This will also apply to receiving the Dress Down Day slips for Conduct/Effort.  We wanted to make you aware of this change prior to the end of the card marking.