Seventh Grade

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Welcome to Ms. Spinella’s Seventh Grade Religion and Math Page!

Please click on the TABS to the right for my individual classes>

Here you will be able to find your daily homework, so be sure to check here if you didn’t write it down in class! Just look for your class tab and you will find everything you need. If you have any questions, feel free to email me at mspinella@stpeteracademy-brooklyn.org

Official Math Bowl Results: Congratulations to everyone who participated! Everyone did a fantastic job and I am very proud of all the classes!

Top Classes Overall:

Ranking School Name, Location Class Name Grade
1st Queen Of All Saints Catholic Academy, Brooklyn Timothy Dillon Grade 6 Grade 6
2nd Queen of Rosary Catholic Academy, Brooklyn Homeroom 8 – A Grade 8
3rd St. Peter Catholic Academy, Brooklyn Homeroom 6 – A Grade 6
4th St. Pancras School, Glendale Homeroom 1 Grade 1
5th St. Peter Catholic Academy, Brooklyn Homeroom 8 – A Grade 8
6th Queen of Rosary Catholic Academy, Brooklyn Homeroom 2 – A Grade 2
7th St. Stanislaus Kostka School, Maspeth Homeroom 4 Marrocco Grade 4
8th St. Peter Catholic Academy, Brooklyn Homeroom 5 – A Grade 5
9th St. Joan Of Arc School, Jackson Heights Room-36 Grade 8
10th Queen of Rosary Catholic Academy, Brooklyn Homeroom 6 – A Grade 6

Top Classes K-8:

Grade School Name, Location Class Name
K St Bernadette School, Brooklyn Class of 2025
 1 St Pancras School, Glendale Homeroom 1
2 Queen of Rosary Catholic Academy, Brooklyn Homeroom 2 – A
3 St. Bernadette Catholic Academy, Brooklyn Class of 2022
4 St. Stanislaus Kostka School, Maspeth Homeroom 4 Marrocco
5 St Peter Catholic Academy, Brooklyn Homeroom 5 – A
6 Queen of All Saints Catholic Academy, Brooklyn Timothy Dillon Grade 6
7 St Peter Catholic Academy, Brooklyn Homeroom 7 – A
8 Queen of Rosary Catholic Academy, Brooklyn Homeroom 8 – A

 

 

 

8th grade solves a murder using the Pythagorean Theorem

Posted on November 18, 2016

8th grade got busy solving the case of one Mr. Jermaine Jackson, who was murdered from the top of a building! The students had to work together and use the Pythagorean Theorem to go through our list of likely suspects. We needed to narrow it down to one killer that matches all the forensic evidence. Were our 8th graders up to the job?? Can they catch the bad guy??

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