Wishing everyone a fun, exciting summer break. I hope that you be safe and enjoy time outside of school. Looking forward to seeing everyone in the fall!

~Ms. Ferguson

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Parents, we need your help! Mr. Haynes is requesting that we have each of our Oak Mountain Middle parents complete the survey! Please read the message below from our county.

Dear Parents,

Oak Mountain Middle School is conducting a parent survey as we prepare for our accreditation visit next fall.  If you have children in more than one Oak Mountain area school, we ask that you complete a survey for each school.  This will enable us to improve both school and system practice.  We value your opinion and appreciate you taking the time to complete the survey.  Thanks so much!

 Please click on the link below to access the survey:



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Google Apps for Education (GAfE)

Below you will find the links to the Google Apps information. Please use to print/read the permission form. As these forms were to go home with report cards on Friday, we have found that some parents did not receive due to loss by student or the student did not receive the information with their report card. 

http://www.shelbyed.k12.al.us/tech/index.htm  (located on the tech. page of the county website)

 Direct links to the information and permission form:

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Welcome back to school for the 2013-2014 school year! I look forward to meeting each and everyone of my students and your parents! Have an AWESOME first day of school and a GREAT 7th grade year. :-)

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Homework, Bell Ringers, Notes, and Handouts

Homework, Bell Ringers, Notes, and Handouts will all be posted daily for your class on the individual class page. If you have trouble finding the information you need, just send a post or an e-mail, and I will be glad to help you out!

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Adding Integers Rhyme

This is a little jingle that might help you remember the rules for adding integers.

Remember from class:

  • Same signs
    • Add the numbers
    • Keep the sign
  • Different signs
    • Subtract the numbers (larger-smaller)
    • Keep the sign of larger number


Same sign add and keep,
Different signs subtract.
Take the sign of the larger number,
Your answer will be exact.
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