Mrs. Kramer and Mr. Miller
Notes from the Office
1. If your child will be absent for the day, please call the attendance line at 920-662-7875 and not the main line. Please note that the attendance line will not be checked after 10:00 AM.
2. If you're picking your child up early, please call ahead or send your student with a note. When picking up, you will need to come into the building and provide a license. You will only need to bring in your license the first time so you can be added into our Raptor system.
Calendar of Events
Forensics Level II Meet 3:30 - 7:00 Edison MS
French Club 3:15 - 4:15
Pokemon Club 3:15 - 3:45
District Orchestra Concert 7:00 @ Bay Port
District Band Concert 7:00 @ Bay Port
March 25 - 29
No School - Spring Break
Mr. Miller's Math
We just finished our module including numerical and algebraic expressions with combining like terms, using variables, applying the distributive property, and how to write expressions to help solve real world problems.
Students will be required (all sixth graders) to finish seven to ten lessons per week in ALEKS as a supplement to our math curriculum. Most students are finishing this in W.I.N. time each day.
As always, we try to finish all of our math in class but as the year progresses some students will need to take out a page or two to finish at home.
Mrs. Kramer's Science
Students are investigating cells and how cells relate to healing. We have looked more closely at skin cells and now investigating other cells and how they relate. Students are generating good questions as we continue our study of healing.
Mr. Miller's Social Studies
Mrs. Kramer's Language Arts
We are revising and editing our theme essays. This is the second literary essay. Students have done work developing themes and finding evidence to back them up from the short stories they have read.
*Reading habits outside of class will be important to maintain. Student have reading WIGs (Wildly Important Goals) to help support these habits. Please ask them about their lead measures and the progress they are making.
Helpful Site for Math
One of the apps that students have and an excellent tutorial for math is Khan academy.
The link is as follows: https://www.khanacademy.org/
Students can simply type in their search question or content area they are looking for and it will have a smartboard lesson with audio explain and showing how to work through whatever problems they are looking up. Great site!
Please call the IT Help Desk at 920-662-7832.
If your child is having technical difficulties please have them submit their questions using the following form so our IT team can support them. Student IT Help desk Form