6th Grade Tiger Newsletter



If your student is interested in the WORLDSTRIDES trip to Florida in the summer of 2018, please contact Ms. Jasper for more information.


BrAziLiaN CaRnIvAl STEM Activity

The 6th grade teachers are currently planning a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) activity for the entire 6th grade on May 17, 18 and 19. The theme of our activity is Carnival because the students are currently studying the South American culture in Geography class and we want to be able to incorporate things the students have learned from every class. We will have 3 fun filled and educational days where we create our very own Central Carnival.

Our STEM Activity is going to be an activity where student design a Carnival parade float and get it to move on its own using magnets...

For this activity we would like to start collecting some supplies. If you would like to donate any of these items we would be so appreciative!!

Please send your items by Friday, May 12.

Please have students bring these items to Ms. Jasper's room (116).

For Questions Contact:

Ms. Jasper


Item we could use are:

magnetic tape


cardboard tubes



small round magnets


small boxes ( cereal, shoe, jewelry etc.)

brightly colored tissue paper

Tiger Teacher Topics of the Week

Mrs. Jester's Math

Mrs. Jester's sixth grade math students will be completing their baseball math worksheets and then starting on designing their dream house. We will be finding the area and perimeter of this dream house.

Mrs. Jester's Pre-AP Pre-Algebra students will be applying the properties of integer exponents to rewrite equivalent expressions.

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Mrs. Turnbow's Math

Mrs. Turnbow's students will be learning about the statistics of baseball which will lead us to evaluate and analyze the upcoming Dodgers rosters for next Tuesday's game!

Ms. Jasper's Science

This week we will begin chapter 8 lesson 1. We will be discussing populations and communities.

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Ms. Clark's Science

In Ms. Clark's science classes, we will be learning about populations, communities, and limiting factors within populations like temperature and sunlight. Plus, one of Ms. Clark's favorite life science topics "Symbiotic Relationships" is coming up Wednesday and Thursday.

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Mr. Janzen and Mrs. Anderson's Social Studies

Mr. Janzen and Mrs. Anderson's social studies classes will continue to work on our Essential 100 Vocabulary flashcards and our map of South America.

Mrs. Frank and Ms. Walter's English

Ms. Walter/Martin's English classes have ended the unit on Tuck Everlasting by watching the movie of the same name. We have enjoyed using comparing/contrasting skills as we culminate the unit.

Thank you for sharing these awesome students with me. My 9 weeks turned into a semester and I am excited to finish the school year with these students.

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Mrs. Edwards' Literacy

We are reading The Running Dream. We are working on skills such as: summarizing info., illustrating what we have read, identifying/discussing key quotes within the novel, and understanding the vocabulary used throughout.

Spring Spirit Dates for Central

Tuesday, April 25

Arctic Edge

7:15 pm to 8:45 pm

14613 N Kelly Ave 748-


Thursday, April 27

Panera Bread

4:00 pm to 8:00


1472 S Bryant Ave 844-5525

Will need flyer for CMS to receive creditwatch

for flyer to come home!


For more information contact

Macy Wilson at macylane.wilson@gmail.com

or Susan Barker at ssbarker@cox.net