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Haggard, Kelsey

Welcome to

Mrs. Haggard’s 7th Grade Math 


Office hours:

M/Tu/W/Th: 1:00 pm-3 pm 

Thursday evenings: 5:00 pm- 7 pm 

Platforms students will use for Math

  • -Big Ideas Math: Assignments/Quizzes online (as always) 
  • -Google Classroom: Notes will be available along with other resources like free online games for extra practice (as always) 
  • -FlipGrid: Students will use FlipGrid to ask questions on assignments where I can respond, and use FlipGrid as projects and to engage with one another.
  • -Zoom: I will offer face-to-face help on zoom for any questions or just a friendly check-in with my students to see how everyone is doing. 
    • ‚ÄčThursday:
      • -1:30-2:00 pm (Math 7 and Support Class Zoom Session)
      • -2:30-3:00 pm (Accel Math 7 Zoom Session) 

Every Monday, I will post a video on Google classroom including:

  1. -My Motivational Monday Quote
  2. -A detailed explanation of the work required for the week (work at your own pace– add questions on the FlipGrid Help Grid, or join a live Zoom meeting


I know this is new for everyone. Please do not stress. We are all in this together, and I am here to support you in any way that I can. Please reach out to me with any questions or concerns or if you would like to request additional resources. 



Love, Mrs. Haggard



Late work Policy:

Your assignment is considered late if it is not graded and to me by the end of the school day.  You can earn partial credit for all assignments turned in late. You will earn a zero score on any assignment not turned in before the chapter test.  If you are absent because of a planned absence or school-related activity, it is your responsibility to get the assignment turned in by the due date.

Make-up Work:

School policy states that students have two days for every day they were gone to make up work due to illness.


-Practice work (homework and some in-class activities) is expected for all new skills we are studying. This gives students the chance to experience a variety of problems in preparation for the unit assessment. Practice work counts for 30% of the overall grade.

-Assessments (Including unit tests, projects, quizzes, and some in-class activities) count as 70% of the overall grade.


Students have the option of correcting their homework pages for half credit of what they missed! Must be turned in by the chapter test. 

Tests: If you score BELOW 80%, you can make corrections UP TO 80%. 

What will we be learning?

7th Grade Common Core State Standards

     1st Quarter: Number Systems 

     2nd Quarter: Expressions and Equations, Ratios and Proportional Relationships

     3rd Quarter: Geometry

     4th Quarter: Statistics and Probability


This year, we will be using the Red Big Ideas Math textbook.  Students log in through using Clever. Students will be doing their homework ONLINE! It gives them 2 free checks per question, and automatically grades their work and gives instant feedback. There is also an online tutor available on some questions online from 4 pm until midnight! Textbooks are also available to view online. What a great tool!! 

Math Textbook Website!

Use this link to access your book and assignments online. 

Contact Kelsey Haggard

Classroom Number:
School Phone:
316-218-4610 X 703
Conference Time:
10: 20am - 11:03am

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