Summer Office Hours
Our office will be open August 20 through September 2, Monday-Friday, 8:00am-2:30pm.
We will be closed July 4 through August 19 and September 1, 2014.
Summer Math Packet for Algebra Students
Required Summer Homework
for Students Going from Math 7 to Algebra
Please click on the link below to access the summer math homework packet your student will need to turn in by the first day of school (September 3). This math packet will be recorded as a homework completion grade during the first grading period. To assist your student's progress through the packet, we have provided access to the Grade 8 online textbook that will be of assistance. The first page of this packet is a duplicate of the letter mailed to your home, which includes the Grade 8 online textbook access information.
New Student Registration Process for 2014-15
If you are interested in registering your student at Goodman Middle School for the 2014-15 School Year, please call (253) 530-1605 so your child's name can be put on a list of "New Students".
If you leave a voice message, please state the information below clearly. A grade-appropriate registration form will be sent to you to be included with all the other paperwork you print out and submit. Please click on the link below to get started with the registration process.
- Student Name and Grade
- Parent/Guardian First and Last Name
- Current Mailing Address
- Phone Number
- Previous School
Secondary Supplemental Reading List 2014
This spring, middle and high school teachers and librarians from across the district collaborated to revise our Supplemental Reading List to supplement the new edition of the SpringBoard curriculum and Common Core State Standards.
The purposes of the project are:
- to support teachers, librarians, parents, and students in choosing high-quality, engaging novels at each grade level for independent reading, literature circles, and/or reading support.
- to deepen student understanding and application of themes and strategies in the curriculum.
- to support the Common Core State Standards requirements that students read more complex texts more frequently.