Grace Lutheran School

Jacksonville, Florida

AR Test Dates:

You should have read and tested on your first AR book of the quarter by the end of the Language Arts class period on Thurs., Sept. 13th. You are welcome to take the online test in advance or do so during class on the 13th. Any test completed after that will be counted as a late grade.

Note that I will be looking at tests taken during the current school year (as of Aug. 13), so if you took one over the summer, it will not count on your Quarter 1 grade. 

Your second AR test is due Thurs., Oct. 4. For full credit, the second test must be completed by the end of Language Arts class that day. 

You are welcome to read and take tests on more than two books to boost your average. Please see the AR Guidelines document distributed at the start of school for further details.

AR Guidelines 2018-19

8th Grade Home

LisaJaeger

Welcome to Mrs. Jaeger's Webpage!

Our theme verse this year is John 15:5, "I am the vine; you are the branches. Whoever abides in me and I in him, he it is that bears much fruit, for apart from me you can do nothing." At Grace, we are Connected to Christ and Connected to Community. It is my prayer that my students will grow in their connection to Jesus, that He may continue to perfect their faith and strengthen their leadership abilities as they connect with others. 

Our middle school students connect to Christ as they study and memorize the Scriptures in Religion class and Middle School Bible Study, and as they praise Him during Chapel and Middle School devotions. 

Students connect to the Grace community through our Chapel Buddies program, where older students are paired with four-year-old students for chapel and other buddy-bonding activities. Students build relationships through after-school clubs such as Russian Club and Cooking Club. They learn teamwork through playing on our golf, volleyball, soccer, cross-country, basketball, cheer, and track teams. 

Grace parents connect to our community through cheering on our sports teams together, chaperoning field trips, worshipping at chapel, and more!

I am cheering for my students and their families along this journey! I am ready and willing to guide students as they learn and grow, clearing roadblocks and soothing sore spirits. I love teaching middle schoolers because they bring energy to the classroom.

As I seek to teach children, I am always mindful that I am praying for the Lord to teach me, too. “Show me your ways, Lord, teach me your paths. Guide me in your truth and teach me, for you are God my Savior, and my hope is in you all day long” (Psalm 25:4-5).

May God bless us as we encourage each other to stay Connected this school year!

Important Information

Below are folders for shared documents for each of my classes.

Language Arts (link to folder)

Social Studies (link to folder)

Religion (link to folder)