Notes from the 6th grade team

February 8-11

Important Events

Wednesday, Feb. 10---Science Test over Minerals

This week in math

Monday: Students will work on Mid Chapter Check Up.

Tuesday: Students will use models to determine the truth of inequalities.

Wednesday: Students will use inequalities by using mental math and the guess, check and revise strategy.

Thursday: Students will solve problems by using the guess, check, and revise strategy and also be able to write and graph inequalities.

If you need to contact your math teacher, please email at Trish Alexander, Coleman Lee, Angela Lipscomb, or Laura Williams

This week in science

Monday: Complete mineral identification: Review concepts

Tuesday: Receive Study Guide for Minerals test--Reminder email will be sent to parents.

Wednesday: TEST

Thursday: Test make-ups: Edpuzzle


Friday: No SCHOOL

Book log-in information--

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If you need to email your science teacher please click on the link: Lucy Shrout or Angela Lipscomb.


Last week student began learning the Origins of Judaism and the 4 Hebrew Leaders. Students were given a choice of projects to complete, in order to explore this topic. Individually they could create an online comic over all four of the Hebrew Leaders. Or as a group they could write and perform a one act play on a Hebrew Leader of their choice. We expect our kids will outshine Charlton Heston!

Monday - Students will continue work on their presentations.

Tuesday - Final touches on projects.

Wednesday - Presentations on projects will begin.

Thursday - Finish presentations on the 4 Hebrew Leaders

Social Studies Tutoring is provided Mon-Thursday until 4:15 for any student needing help on a project, or an assignment.

If you need to email your Social Studies teacher, please click on the link: Heather Yates, Jeremiah Hoskins

This Week in ELA

We will be reading chapters 8 and 9 of The Watson's Go to Birmingham -- 1963. Vocabulary, summarizing, and character description are the focus this week as we read. We will work with reinforcing reading skills in guided reading, and begin learning how to compose a character analysis in writing. Grammar this week will focus on quotation marks, and transition words with punctuation.

Homework is reading 30 minutes per night or more recorded in the reading log, and any work not completed in class. For students using Google Classroom, you can check out your child's progress on assignments through the week by opening the classroom page. Thank you for all your support with improving reading through practice!

If you need to email your ELA Teacher, please click on the link: Nathan Tramel, Wendy Ford, Josh Howard, Jeremiah Hoskins