6th Grade Newsletter
* We Play, We Learn, We Grow Together *
Things that we are noticing that many have but some don't are:
* Colored Pencils (preferred over markers)
From Mr. Loversky via Friday Forecast
Parents should not feel obligated to sign-up for conferences. If your child is doing well at school, both academically and socially, then you might choose not to have a conference. (It does not make you a bad parent not to sign-up for conferences!)
If your child is struggling, we would suggest that you do come to conferences! You might only feel the need to meet one or a few teachers. There is no obligation to meet every teacher.
If your child is doing well academically, there may not be a need for a conference. Teachers can always be reached via email.
Subject Updates - Language Arts
Subject Updates - Math
Subject Updates - Social Studies
Our assessment will be on October 5th or October 6th (B and A days). All work for those units will need to be completed by that time, including any incomplete or late work.
Subject Updates - Science
Fox River Helpers River Cleanup Group
Hi! I’m Callie Ramirez and I am a Wredling student! I grew up next to the Fox River and would visit it very often, it’s not until now that I have noticed all the garbage and debris in the river and animals getting caught in fishing lines. I think this is a problem that needs to be noticed and we need to take action! Do you love nature and care about the environment? This river clean up group will go to different areas of the Fox River once a month and clean up all the garbage that is either floating around or washed up onshore. This will not only help the wildlife in the river but you are also doing a good deed by volunteering your time and effort. It’s time for us to give back!
The first river meet will be October 10th at Fabyan Park in Batavia from 9:30-12:00(meet at the parking lot by the windmill)
What you will need:
Rainboots/other shoes that can get wet
Clothes you can get dirty
You can bring your own snacks (but small snacks will be provided)
A water bottle
Appropriate clothes for the weather
Music/speaker if you wish to play music
A large garbage bag
To get a signup form email email@example.com
Learning Logs and Agendas
Don't worry if you can't attend all the dates, we are hoping you will join us if even just one event sounds interesting to you.
If you fill out the permission form below, you will get an email each month with details about the next event and a permission slip for that specific event. If you can make it, awesome! If not, no worries! We will hope to see you at the next event. Here is a list of events for the year with a permission slip link.....
GeoAdventure Club Meetings
- Wed, Oct 14, 4:30-5:45, Glenwood Park Forest Preserve, theme: River Study (maximum 30)
- Thur, Nov 19, 4:30-5:45, Creek Bend & LeRoy Oakes Forest Preserve, theme: Owl Hike & Owl Pellet Dissection (in Nature Center) – maximum 15 people (students + teachers)
- Sat, Jan 30, 10-11:30am, Johnson’s Mound Forest Preserve, theme: if snow – sledding & hot chocolate in cabin; if no snow – winter discovery hike and pine cone birdfeeder construction in cabin (maximum 30)
- Sat, Feb 20, 10-11:30am, Fabyan Forest Preserve theme: Fabyan history hike (including a trip through the ‘secret’ tunnel under Rt. 25 and into the grotto/old amphitheater) and (if snow) sledding (maximum 30)
- A Saturday in March: Creek Bend & LeRoy Oakes Forest Preserve, theme: Maple Sugaring event (if they do it this year), otherwise a personal Maple Sugaring hike TBD (maximum 30)
- Thur, Apr 15, 4:30-5:45, Jon J Duerr Forest Preserve, theme: Waterfall Hike (maximum 30)
- Sat, May 22, 9:30-11am, Grunwald Farms Forest Preserve, possibly kayaking or Discovery Hike and picnic lunch (maximum 30)
Questions, Concerns, Things You Want Us to Know??
This year, students will be challenged to grow in many ways and if they are willing to work hard, you will love the direction that this journey will take. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any concerns or questions.