7th Grade

Welcome to 7th Grade at Noah Webster Schools!

Noah Webster Schools is thrilled to announce the addition of 7th grade starting in the 2024-2025 school year, further enhancing our commitment to providing a high-quality education in a small, close-knit school community. With a strong academic focus on the core content areas, our 7th grade program is designed to inspire excellence, foster critical thinking, and prepare students for success in high school and beyond.

As part of our middle school offerings, students at Noah Webster Schools will embark on an educational experience designed to inspire curiosity, foster creativity, and develop critical thinking skills.  Our Mesa Campus offers middle school programming for 6th through 8th grade students, while our Pima Campus extends middle school programming from 5th through 8th grade.

At Noah Webster Schools, we believe that every student has the potential to achieve greatness, and we are dedicated to providing the support, resources, and guidance needed to help them reach their goals. From rigorous academics to a range of extracurricular activities/clubs, our comprehensive program empowers students to explore their passions, develop their talents, build lifelong friendships and become confident, compassionate leaders in our global community.

We are excited to welcome you to 7th grade at Noah Webster Schools, where the journey to success begins with a strong foundation, a supportive community, and endless possibilities for growth and discovery.

Daily Schedules

We are thrilled to announce the implementation of our new middle school scheduling at Noah Webster Schools. Designed to support the diverse needs of our students, this innovative scheduling model reflects our commitment to providing a comprehensive educational experience.

Our Mesa Campus offers middle school programming for 6th and 7th grade students, while our Pima Campus extends middle school programming from 5th through 7th grade.

Middle school students’ daily schedules will have six periods during the day as well as four 5-minute passing times and a lunch period.

  • Core Content Areas: Each core content area (reading, writing, math, science/social studies) will have 60-minute instructional periods, five days a week.
  • Electives: Each student will be assigned all electives during their 7th-grade year. These elective periods will be integrated into their schedules throughout the year, providing a diverse range of learning experiences.
  • Early Release: On early release days, the bell schedule will be modified to ensure core content areas receive instructional minutes.

7th Grade Curriculum

Our math curriculum, Reveal Math, is a comprehensive K–12 core program designed to unleash the mathematician within every student. Through engaging exploration, meaningful discourse, and tailored differentiation, Reveal Math empowers educators to nurture mathematical proficiency in learners of all levels. One of its key strengths lies in its vertical standards alignment, meticulously crafted to span from kindergarten through 6th grade, ensuring a seamless progression and guarding against learning gaps. By establishing strong foundations at each grade level, Reveal Math paves the way for continued success and growth, equipping students with the skills and confidence they need to excel in mathematics and beyond.

Our ELA curriculum, StudySync, is meticulously crafted to address the demanding academic requirements of contemporary classrooms. Whether utilized in print or online, StudySync is purposefully designed to captivate every student, ensuring equitable access and opportunities for all learners. Recognizing the diverse needs of today’s classrooms, StudySync is committed to providing inclusive educational experiences, regardless of students’ native language, learning level, or physical, social, and emotional abilities. With a focus on engagement and accessibility, StudySync empowers educators to foster a supportive and dynamic learning environment where every student can thrive and succeed in English Language Arts.

McGraw-Hill Social Studies provides students with a powerful platform to bridge the gap between history and contemporary society, fostering a deep understanding of the past and its relevance to the present. With a curriculum that embraces flexibility and choice, students are empowered to explore diverse perspectives and make meaningful connections across time periods. Regular content updates ensure that students engage with current events and evolving narratives, promoting a dynamic and relevant learning experience. Through inquiry-based learning and the examination of history through multiple lenses, students develop critical thinking skills and learn to engage in civil discourse, preparing them to become informed and future-ready citizens. McGraw-Hill Social Studies inspires a passion for learning and encourages students to actively participate in shaping the world around them.

Inspire Science places a strong emphasis on student engagement, recognizing that curiosity is the cornerstone of learning. Every module and lesson within the curriculum is thoughtfully crafted to harness students’ innate curiosity about the world around them by delving into real-world phenomena. Through hands-on investigations and inquiry-based learning, students are encouraged to explore, question, and discover scientific principles in action. Moreover, Inspire Science enhances student engagement through an innovative digital experience, leveraging technology to deepen understanding and foster interactive learning. By integrating STEM Career Connections and STEM Module Projects, students are provided with tangible connections to real-world applications, inspiring them to envision themselves as future scientists and engineers. With Inspire Science, students embark on a journey of exploration and discovery, igniting a passion for scientific inquiry that will resonate throughout their academic and professional careers.

At Noah Webster Schools, we understand the importance of a technologically balanced education, which is why our 7th grade students will have the ability to work with advanced technologies. Noah Webster Schools provides students and teachers with Smartboards, class set laptops, and document cameras. All core academic curriculum subjects incorporate digital components for both teachers and students. These digital components enhance both the learning and retention of new skills and information.

Exploring Electives

In 6th and 7th grade at Mesa, and 5th through 7th grade at Pima, students have the opportunity to immerse themselves in a diverse array of elective courses designed to foster both academic enrichment and personal growth. With a range of elective options, students can engage in courses that align with their individual interests and aspirations, preparing them for the transition to high school and beyond.

Teacher Led Electives:

During their 7th-grade school year, students will be assigned to all four electives, each spanning a nine-week period (one quarter). These teacher-led courses offer a blend of academic and practical content, providing students with a well-rounded educational experience.

  • Arts
  • STEM/Technology
  • Life Skills
  • Student Publishing

Specialist Led Electives:

In addition to teacher-led courses, students are assigned to two specialist-led electives during their 7th-grade year, each spanning an 18-week period (one semester). These specialized courses offer in-depth exploration and hands-on learning opportunities in specific areas.

  • Physical Education: Promoting physical fitness, skill development, and sportsmanship, students engage in a variety of activities, including individual and team sports, fitness training, and games, fostering a lifelong commitment to health and wellness.
  • Intro to Performing Arts – Music Education and Drama: This exploratory class offers students the chance to delve into the world of music and drama. With segments focusing on chorus and drama, students learn fundamental music theory, vocal techniques, stage basics, improvisation, and more, fostering creativity and self-expression.

7th Grade Supply List

Dear Parents,

Welcome to the 2024-2025 school year! The seventh-grade teaching team would like to welcome you to seventh grade.  We look forward to meeting you at Open House prior to the first day of school.  At Open House you will be able to find out who your child’s homeroom teacher is and meet them. Open House is also a time when you can learn about other activities and services provided by the school such as transportation, food services, aftercare, and after school programs. Stay tuned for more information via email regarding Open House.

Below you will find the supply list for 7th grade. If your teacher needs additional items, they will inform you throughout the school year. In addition, prior to sending in any items not listed on the supply list, please check with your child’s teacher.

Please remember to label all of your student’s personal belongings (jacket, water bottle, backpack, and lunch box) with first and last name.  This will help locate them should items become misplaced.

If your child will not be attending Noah Webster Schools, please contact the front office at 480-291-6900 (Pima) or 480-986-2335 (Mesa).

2024-2025 SUPPLY LIST

  • Backpack
  • 3 three-ringed pencil pouches
  • 2 composition notebooks
  • 3 half (1/2) inch binders (Mesa Campus Only)
  • 1 pair of earbuds/headphones for laptops
  • 2 large packages of #2 wooden pencils (Ticonderoga brand preferred)
  • 1 package of pink erasers or pencil tip erasers
  • 1 set of colored pencils
  • 1 package of dry erase markers
  • 1 package of highlighters
  • 3 boxes of tissues
  • 3 rolls of paper towels
  • Boys: 2 packages of wide-ruled lined paper
  • Girls: 1 package of white copy paper
  • Parents are responsible for sending their child to school daily with a refillable water bottle
  • There is a one-time classroom supply fee that can be paid at Open House in the classroom (cash or check only):
    • KG – 4th Grades: $15.00
    • 5th – 7th Grades: $25.00


7th Grade Teaching Team
Noah Webster Schools


Destiny Quest

Upcoming Events

MESA Open House

July 30 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

PIMA Open House

July 31 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm


An excerpt from a 6th grade alumni to his 6th grade teacher:

“I just wanted to thank you for pushing me and my classmates as hard as you did. I recently took a math test to determine whether or not I should be placed in an advanced seventh grade class. Just yesterday, the results were received, my work was dubbed exceptional and they wish to place me in a freshman algebra class in high school! Of course I wasn’t the only one to do so, but one of the few. Thank you so much for everything, you will never be forgotten.”

Brady W.

On the first day of school, while I was walking down the hall, I was kind of nervous because it was a new school. But when I walked in the classroom, I recognized some people I already knew, and that made me feel a bit better.

I have learned so many things this year, such as integers, Ancient Greece, and oxymorons. I have also learned things that will help me be a better person. I learned that respect is one of the most important qualities to have in life. My teacher is wonderful. She has empathy (most of the time) for us. She knows what it’s like to be in different kinds of situations, she knows how to cheer someone up, or make them feel regretful (when we misbehave). She understands our problems and gives us advice on how to solve them, whether it’s from personal problems to math or reading problems.

We went on a lot of field trips this year. My favorite one was the Water Day field trip at the Mesa Campus! We got to go on different water slides. I had so much fun sliding down the 40 foot tall Rhino slide and high-fiving everyone when I reached the bottom!

Everyday has been a different day, which I enjoy. I will always remember my experience in 6th grade here at Noah Webster Schools.

Annika T.

I just wanted to take a moment to say how much we appreciate Noah Webster School. Our daughter is in Miss Tice’s Kindergarten class and talk about one amazing teacher! I never could have expected to have such a warm, energetic and compassionate teacher for our daughter. She puts so much energy and time into each day of learning, and my daughter literally cries if she is sick and cannot go to school. We look forward to our school adventure with Noah Webster. You all are a blessing to our family.

Rebecca E.

I’ve made so many memories this year and I will always remember them. The best memory I have is just coming to Noah Webster Schools; knowing that I really enjoy going to school and not complaining about it in the morning. We had a lot of field trips and they were all amazing! This is the best school I’ve ever been too! I’ve learned so much more than at any other school.

The students here are all friends; there isn’t anyone who doesn’t feel welcomed. Everyone is nice to each other and treats each other the same. No one is different. The teachers are amazing and I just have to say “Thank You” to my teacher as she’s helped me out a lot and I know she will keep doing so.

This year was amazing and I will never forget it!

Chloe J.

Our son was in Kindergarten this year and he loved it and loved the teacher & assistant teacher. He learned so much through the school year. I am very pleased to have started him at this school. To end this great school year with such a fun water day he so much enjoyed and talked about the whole day.

Catherine N.

I am very impressed with my daughter’s improvement with all her academics and challenges of different schoolwork. I’ve seen an enormous difference in her and it has inspired her to love school. Thank you!

Grace M.

My son attends Noah Webster and loves school. He’s always so excited when he gets home and ready to share what he’s learned each day.

Sara M.

Thank you to the staff at Noah Webster for making my child feel so comfortable. Starting school mid-year is never easy but he has really come out of his shell this year.

Brandon C.

Our daughter absolutely loves that she gets to use a laptop in class. We’re amazed at how quickly she is learning.

Shelly C.