• Science - Ms. Freitas
    Late Policy is in effect for Trimester 2!
     Late work receives a maximum of 70% and must be turned in no later than the day of the test it relates to. For example, Lesson 22 assignments will not be accepted after the day of the Lesson 22 test.
    Don't procrastinate; get your work finished and turned in on time to not only help your grade, but more importantly, help your learning.
    If you have any questions, please email me or set up a time to meet with me via a TEAMS meeting. I want you to be successful & know you can be if you put forth the effort and ask for help when you need it:) 
    To access Distance Learning: Log into your Google Classroom account using your school login information. Then go to Class Meetings and click on the link to access Microsoft Teams.
    Need Help? Click here for a short tutorial:  How to Access Microsoft Teams class meeting
    Please note no one is allowed to record content or download any classroom recordings without permission of the teacher and Folsom Cordova Unified School District (California Education Code Section 51512).
  • 7th Grade Science Information

    8th Grade Science Information

    Meet the Teacher

    How to be Successful

    We may be online for now but we're still going to have a great time and hopefully, learn a lot. I'm looking forward to a wonderful school year.  If you ever have questions/concerns, please don't hesitate to contact me. Email is the best way to contact me. Please include student's name and class period in the email.

    In order for students to do their best, it's important they are prepared and ready to learn. It's important that they stay focused, take notes, participate, ask questions, complete all assignments, and study for assessments.

    All presentations and assignments will be posted in Google Classroom on the Classwork page.

    Whenever students don't understand something, whether it's about science concepts, how to complete the work, or technology needed to access the material, they need to ask for help, either during their assigned class time or by emailing me. Some questions can be answered by email or we can set up a video meeting during Asynchronous Learning time. Just let me know what works best...I want you to be successful!