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Students in Mrs. Wilhelm’s 8th grade advanced math class analyze graphs to match a function. After reading a scenario that describes some sort of movement, students had to match the situation to a graph based on rate of change and distance to or from home.

Photo of Mrs Wilhelm's eighth grade advanced math students analyzing graphs

Photo of Mrs Wilhelm's eighth grade advanced math students analyzing graphs

Photo of Mrs Wilhelm's eighth grade advanced math students analyzing graphs

All students at E.T. Booth participated in a mock election on Friday, November 4, 2016.

Photo of Ms. Graves, Media Specialist, giving instructions to students prior to their voting.

Students receive voting instructions from our Media Specialist, Ms. Graves, prior to voting for President.

Photo of student receiving "I Voted" stickers after voting for President.

After students voted for President, they received “I Voted” stickers.

Photo of three students showing off the stickers they received to let others know they voted.

Students showing off the “I Voted” stickers received after voting for President.

Several ET Booth Middle School students are preparing to compete in the Cherokee County School District Technology Fair Competition on Saturday, January 21st  at River Ridge High School.  ET Booth’s Technology Team made up of 6th through 8th grade students, began meeting in September to work through the Engineering Design Process to ask, imagine, plan, create, experiment, and improve their projects.  The student projects include digital photography, digital video production, animation, hardware design, game design, robotics, and 3D modeling.  Tyler Anderson, 7th grade students said, “ I like the technology team because it’s fun, challenging and creative”.  Students will present their projects and explain in detail their engineering design process to a panel of judges at the Technology Fair in January.  Jack Sapere an 8th grade student who has previously won at the state level plans to work in computer animation and said his involvement in the team and competition “will help me reach a higher potential in animation, an ultimately, allow me to compete at high levels and achieve success.”  First place winners at the county competition are eligible compete at the state level on March 11th, 2016 at the Macon Campus of Middle Georgia State College through the Georgia Educational Technology Fair (GaETF).  Seventh grade student, Joey Didzbalis said , “I really like technology and hope to be someone who is closely involved with in in the future”.  The students meet regularly with Technology Teacher Daniele Deneka in the school’s technology lab to refine their projects as the completion gets closer.

Photo of 6th Grade E.T. Booth students programming a robot purchased by the PTSA.

6th Grade E.T. Booth students program a robot purchased by the PTSA.

Photo of 7th grade ET Booth students reassembling a desktop computer from parts provided by the community

7th grade E.T. Booth students reassemble a desktop computer from parts provided by the community.

Photo of 8th grade ET Booth student working to refine his animation of a walk cycle.

8th grade E.T. Booth student works to refine his animation of a walk cycle.

Photo of 6th Grade E.T. Booth students checking out digital photography editing software.

6th Grade E.T. Booth students checking out digital photography editing software.