Middle School Grade 6-8 Programs
World Language Offerings
Spanish and Spanish for Heritage Speakers for High School Credit
STEM, Band, Choir, Orchestra, Art, PE, Computers, Student Council, Digital Art, AVID, Forensic Science, Video Production, Math Intervention, Reading Intervention, Investigations, Coding and Humanities.
Provide learning experiences that are responsive to the cognitive, creative and affective development of gifted students by applying education theory and research-based models of curriculum and instruction that are culturally relevant and designed to ensure specific student outcomes. For more information about the Gifted Program at SUSD.
Middle School Gifted Specialist - Aimee Goodman (email@example.com)
National Junior Honor Society
Here at Tonalea, we participate in the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) program. It is an international student organization that consists of chapters in middle school. For more information about Tonalea's NJHS program please contact William Williams @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Here at Tonalea we have an honor's path for your middle school students. We have the following honor programs at Tonalea:
6th Grade ELA Honors
6th Grade Social Studies Honors
6th Grade Accelerated Math
7th Grade ELA Honors
7th Grade Social Studies Honors
7th Grade Accerelated Math
8th Grade ELA Honors
8th Grade Social Studies Honors
8th Grade Accerelated Math
High School for Credit Classes
In eighth grade, you are eligible to get two classes at Tonalea for high school credit:
Tonalea is a PBIS School
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is an evidence-based three tiered framework to improve and integrate all of the data, systems, and practices affecting student outcomes every day. PBIS creates schools where all students succeed. Here at Tonalea students earn PBIS points during the day and may use those points in the Tiger Store (that is our school store) or in our teacher stores (all teachers have a store for students).
Social Emotional Learning (SEL)
Social-emotional learning, also known as, SEL, is a method of promoting holistic child development by teaching students skills such as self-regulation, persistence, empathy, self-awareness, and mindfulness. SEL has been shown to boost students’ test scores and grades, promote on-time graduation and college enrollment, increase students’ financial earnings as adults, and support their mental and physical well-being by teaching students to regulary their emotions, pay attention, and work well with their peers and classmates.
- Edmodo - This link will take you to the website named, Edmodo. It is similar to Facebook, but it is moderated by teachers. Students will need their username and password.
- Discovery Education
- Word of the Day
- Galileo K-12 login
- Scholastic's Homework Hub
- NAOA National Weather Service - Hurricane Warnings Page
- National Weather ServiceI
- I-Ready: To sign in please go in through Single Sign on and go into Clever.
Homework Help Online
- Dictionary.com - a place where you can look up words
- A+ MATH homepage and live FLASHCARDS - to help you with math or play math games
- Enchanted Learning - a fun research and learning place
- DesertUsa.com - a place to find out about our desert people, places and thing