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Stephens, Melissa

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Hi and welcome to my classroom homepage! My name is Mrs. Melissa Stephens and I’m the seventh grade math teacher here at James E. Bazzell Middle School for the Stars and Stripes team. This is my eleventh year teaching in this position and I am truly excited to begin this school year and meet the class of 2023!  I feel so lucky to be able to come to school each day at JEBMS and work with such a wonderful group of students and fellow teachers!  We are one big, happy family and I am truly blessed. If you ever need to contact me, please do not hesitate.  My email address is  [email protected]
Visit the class site often as new items frequently appear.  Take a look at what’s going on throughout the week and use the many resource links and tools to strengthen your math skills.  Also, reply to my many blogs to challenge your math thinking and so we can get to know one another!

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Just a little about myself...  I am a true Patriot at heart.  I am a 2000 graduate of our very own Allen County - Scottsville High and a graduate of Western Kentucky University where I majored in Elementary Education. I have since earned my Middle Grades Math endorsement and   Master's degree in Special Education from the University of the Cumberlands.  I have been married for over thirteen years to my wonderful husband, Bo Stephens. And we have one amazing son, Hayden, who is the center of our world. Hayden is 12 and will be a seventh grader this year at JEBMS.

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Want to challenge yourself? Attempt to answer the math question below. Simply reply to the blog by including your answer and name. If you are correct… I’ll let you know and I’ll even give a bonus point! 

Math Challenge!

Ms. Stephens Blog
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Learning from Clues
Posted 11/1/2017 at 1:40:40 PM by Melissa Stephens [staff member]

 Read the clues and discover the mystery decimal number
1. Only factors of twelve are used in my digits.
2. The digit in my thousands place is the square  root of sixteen.
3. No number is repeated.
4. The sum of my hundreds, tens, and ones place is  ten.
My hundreds place is half my tens place.
6. Mytenths place is the square root of four.
7. The sum of all my digits is sixteen.

Guess my number…


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