Robert P. Brabham Middle School

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Ashley Fisseler graduated from Sam Houston State University in May 2010 with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies. After graduation, she went to work for Klein ISD for three years where she taught 6th grade ELA, Science, and Math Improvement. In May 2014, she graduated from the University of St. Thomas in Houston with a Masters degree in Curriculum and Instruction.
1st: Conference
 2nd - 3rd: Math
4th - 5th: Math
6th - 7th: Math
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Recent Posts

DMR Quiz Wednesday, May 24

Topics will include:
Solving one step equations
Multiply, Divide, Add, Subtract Fractions
Add and Subtract Decimals


There will be a test on Friday, March 31. 
The test will cover Dot Plots, Histograms, Box Plots, and Stem and Leaf Plots; mean, median, range, and interquartile range (IQR)

DMR Quiz

There will be a DMR Quiz on Thursday, March 30. 
The topics include writing and graphing inequalities, finding area and volume, and measurement conversions

DMR Quiz

There will be a DMR Quiz on Friday, March 3rd.
The topics are: 
1) Percent of a number
2) one step equations
3) dividing with decimals

Test Retake

Major Grades:
If your student receives a 69 or below on a major grade, they will have an opportunity to re-test.
The student MUST complete the following:
1-- Complete tutorials to qualify to retest. Tutorials are to correct the problems they missed on the test. 
They have the option between 2 morning sessions (6:50am- 7:10am) OR 1 afternoon session (2:40pm- 3:20pm)
 2--After tutorial time, the student may take a 10 question retest. The highest grade the student will receive is a 70. This needs to be completed in an afternoon tutorials session. 
**This retest must be within two weeks of the test being passed back**
For example: 
If the student received the test back (graded) on Wednesday 9-7-16, then they will have two weeks from that day to attend tutorials AND retest. They must have the retest completed by Wednesday 9-21-16.
If you exceed this window, your student will not have the opportunity to retest.