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Visual Arts

As part of the STEAM curriculum, Visual Arts at Rolling Hills Middle School provides students with planned, success-oriented art experiences using a variety of materials and techniques. Students will produce artwork in two and three-dimensional forms, and become familiar with drawing tools, techniques, art history, color theory, painting, printmaking, collage, and either papier mache or clay. The students will study each element (line, shape, value, texture, color, space and form) of art as a unit.  Several formative assignments, in addition to a larger project, are given for each un

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Weber History 8

Welcome to Mrs. Weber's classroom page! Here, you can find the following things: 

Weekly Agenda

Due dates 

Materials for each chapter

Announcements pertaining to our class or the school

Please note: In order to access materials, you must click the log in button in the top right hand corner of this page. Log in using your Campbell Union School District username and password. 

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Welcome to Mrs. Harrington's Fifth Grade Math Page

Fifth grade math is a lot of fun, and I'm excited about the coming year.  All fifth graders in the Campbell Union School District learn using the Expeditiary Learning curriculum.  There are six modules.  This website is very informative:

Another math resource used at Rolling Hills is the on-line IReady program at  

Sections: Calendar, Homework, News
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Wong Special Education

Welcome to the Generic Subject Template page! Please click the links below to view your Calendar, Homework, News and Materials sections. There are setup steps and helpful hints on each page.

Click the icon in the top right corner for information and tips about Website LayoutCreating Classroom Spaces for your subjects or class periods or posting homework News Pages 

Sections: Calendar, Homework, News
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World Language

While emphasizing the Common Core curriculum, World Language at Rolling Hills School encourages students to make connections with a different culture and take ownership of their education through the development of vocabulary and written and verbal skills in a second language.  RHMS offers two levels of Spanish.  Both Spanish courses are taught at a high school level of rigor, and successful completion of the courses  allows students to take advanced Spanish courses in high school. 

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