High Bridge Middle School
50 Thomas Street
High Bridge, NJ 08829
Phone: 908-638-4101
Fax: 908-638-4211
BSI and G&T

Buccine, Jemma


Welcome to the 2021-2022 School Year!

Ms. Jemma Buccine
Room 305/307


For Enrichment, give this a try!

It is a Digital Breakout! Similar to an Escape Room, all of the information you need will be right in front of you. It is up to you to decide which clues you need for each lock.

Good luck and enjoy!



The next one is a super challenge!



Daily Math Homework:


Some of our teaching goals for the year are to engage and foster a positive learning environment. Some of the topics covered:
7th Grade
  • Preparing for Algebra: Plan for Problem Solving, Real Numbers, Operations with Integers, Adding and Subtracting Rational Numbers, Multiplying and Dividing Rational Numbers, Percent Proportions, Perimeter, Area, Volume, Surface Area, Simple Probability and Odds, Measures of Center, Variation, and Position, Representing Data
  • Expressions, Equations, and Functions: Variables and Expressions, Order of Operations, Properties of Numbers, The Distributive Property, Equations, Relations, Functions, Interpreting Graphs of Functions
  • Linear Equations: Writing Equations, Solving One-Step Equations, Solving Multi-Step Equations, Solving Equations with the Variable on Each Side, Solving Equations Involving Absolute Value, Ratios and Proportions, Percent of Change, Literal Equations and Dimensional Analysis, Weighted Averages
  • Linear Functions: Graphing Linear Equations, Solving Linear Equations by Graphing, Rate of Change and Slope, Direct Variation, Arithmetic Sequences as Linear Functions, and Proportional and Nonproportional Relationships
  • Equations of Linear Functions: Graphing Equations in Slop-Intercept Form, Writing Equations in Slop-Intercept Form, Writing Equations in Point-Slope Form, Parallel and Perpendicular Lines, Scatter Plots and Lines of Fit, and Inverse Linear Functions
  • Linear Inequalities: Solving Inequalities by Addition and Subtraction, Solving Inequalities by Multiplication and Division, Solving Multi-Step Inequalities, Solving Compound Inequalities, Inequalities Involving Absolute Value, Graphing Inequalities in Two Variables
6th Grade
  • Ratios and Proportional Relationships: Ratios and Rates, Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
  • The Number System: Compute with Multi-Digit Numbers, Multiply and Divide Fractions, Integers and the Coordinate Plane
  • Expressions and Equations: Expressions, Equations, Functions, and Inequalities
  • Geometry: Area, Volume and Surface Area
  • Statistics and Probability: Statistical Measures, Statistical Displays
Grading Policy:
Grading is based on test and quiz scores, and completion of homework.
  • Tests are worth 100 points

    • ​Bonus opportunities will be available for up to 10 points
    • Test corrections are accepted for up to half credit (vocabulary, true/false questions, and the bonus opportunities do not apply)
  • Quizzes are worth 25 - 50 points
  • Homework is worth 5 points per assignment

    • ​Homework that is 1 day late is worth 2.5 points. No points will be given for homework beyond 1 day late.
Homework Policy:
Homework is an integral part of a student's grade experience. Homework provides an opportunity to practice skills and/or be prepared for learning.
  • Students are responsible for writing homework in their assignment books everyday
  • Homework is assigned daily and on weekends
  • Homework is usually due the following school day and should be complete in order to receive full credit
  • Students that are absent should check our Google Classroom and are responsible for completing and turning in the assignment. Absent students will be allowed additional time to make up missed assignments
  • Parents and students are responsible for checking Genesis for their child’s progress and any missed homework assignments