• Welcome to the 7/8 Team!

     

    Dear Parents & Students,
     
         Welcome to the 7/8 team!  It is hard to believe that it is that time of year again!  We hope you had a wonderful summer and are looking forward to meeting some new faces as well as welcoming back some familiar ones.  If you have questions or concerns please don't hesitate to contact your child's teacher through their email address or through a phone call to the office (610.326.8246).
         
    Click here to access the student handbook
     
     
     
     Team 7/8 Teachers:
    • Samantha Kuzniar (skuzniar@pgsd.org) : Team Coordinator & Math 
    • Amy Diegelman (adiegelman@pgsd.or): Social Studdies
    • Jeff Devlin (JDevlin@pgsd.org): Science
    • Todd Reifinger (treifinger@pgsd.org) : ELA
     
    Here are the suggessted supply lists for the 7/8 team: 
    Note:  If your child is crossed-team for 1 or more subjects, you may need to check individual teacher websites for the list of materials required for that class.
     
    • Math: (Kuzniar)
      • Charged iPads (I suggest having a charger with you to re-charge throughout the day)
      • Earbuds/headphones (I suggest a cheep pair to keep with you at all times) 
      • 2 single subject notebooks (two quarters per notebook)
      • Pencils/erasers
      • Colored pencils
      • Glue Sticks
      • Folder
      • Optional:  protractor; TI-30XIIs calculator (valuable to have for the HS)
    • Social Studies: (Diegelman)
      • Charged iPads
        • Download google Drive, Google Docs, Google Slides, and Schoology
      • Sharpened pencils with eraser
      • Lined Paper
      • Notebook
      • Folder
      • Markers
      • Colored pencils
      • Crayons
      • Glue Sticks
    • Science: (Devlin)
      • Single subject notebook
      • Folder
      • Charged iPad
    • ELA: (Reifinger)
      • Charged iPads
      • Pencils (with erasers)
      • Folder (with pockets)
      • Notebook (of lined paper)
      • Highlighter (any color)
      • SSR book:This shoulc be a fun, chapter-style book.  Students may use a book from home, the school library or one from my classroom.