Super 6th Grade

9th Edition-October 12-16


Students return on October 13th in Tuesday's uniform. Navy & Khaki

*Please continue to visit LPA's website for updates.

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Ms. Phillips' Science Class

10-13-15 to 10-16-15

Hello from Earth Science class. This week we will review the layers of the Earth with a picture notes, hunt and answer activity, Earth Layer bingo, and vocabulary crossword. You can help your child learn about these topics by asking interesting questions as he or

she progresses through the week. For example, you may wish to ask your son or

daughter the following questions:

· What is the Earth like on the inside?

· Did our planet always look like it does now?

· Where do mountains come from?

Parents, please continue using the online book and the other online resources in the folders on Edmodo. The website for the online book is Students were given their usernames and passwords which should be located in the front cover their journal.

Here is another online resource: GO TO:

TOPIC: Composition of the Earth sciLINKS NUMBER:HSM0329

TOPIC: Structure of the Earth sciLINKS NUMBER: HSM1468

Homework will be Chapter 7 review due on Thursday, October 15, 2015.

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Mr. Arnold's Social Studies Class

1. This week we will be covering begin covering the following standard:

SS6H7 The student will explain conflict and change in Europe to the 21st century. a. Describe major developments following World War I: the Russian Revolution, the Treaty of Versailles, worldwide depression, and the rise of Nazism. b. Explain the impact of WWII in terms of the Holocaust, the origins of the Cold War, and the rise of Superpowers

2. There will be quiz on Friday, October 16, 2015. Current events are still due each Friday.

3. The student Edmodo code is 8dp72h.

3. Donations for tissue and hand sanitizer are accepted.

4. Students are reminded to bring their binder with dividers to class each day

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Mrs. Clark's Math Class

Edmodo Code: w7bia7

Deficiency Notice/Grade Details were sent home on Thursday, October 8th.

Please sign and return.

Infinite Campus: Please continue to monitor IC for weekly grade updates.

Homework: Graded for accuracy. Students are expected to submit homework on-time. Please remember neatness counts. PLEASE REVIEW THE HW WITH YOUR STUDENT NIGHTLY, AS I AM CONCERNED WITH THE QUALITY OF WORK BEING SUBMITTED. THANK YOU.

Syllabus: Please visit Edmodo. Click on the tab marked FOLDERS. Click on the Syllabus tab. Review the syllabus. Print the last page. Sign and Return. Thank you.


Last week: Assessments:

Thursday, October 8, 2015

*Ratios- Tables, Double Number line diagrams and graphing.

*Scores will be in Infinite Campus by Sunday, October 11th.

MGSE6.RP.3 Use ratio and rate reasoning to solve real-world and mathematical

problems utilizing strategies such as tables of equivalent ratios, tape diagrams (bar models), double number line diagrams, and/or equations.


MGSE6.RP.3b Solve unit rate problems including those involving unit pricing and constant speed

***Please save/collect Walmart, Target, Kroger, Publix and/or any grocery store circulars, as the students will need them to find unit prices and determining the better buy. Thank you.

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Mr. Adams' LA/Reading Class

What’s New

We are currently conducting our Individual Writing Conferences. Students, with my assistance, are analyzing their writing and making improvements. They understand that our expectation is for their writing to become progressively better with each piece that they write. We also will continue to analyze writing from other students from old standardized writing tests.

Students must turn in their “President Cleveland, Where Are You?” project. Students can either create a storyboard for based on the story or an autobiographical baseball card. Details and links to rubrics are listed on Edmodo.

Also, it is very important that your child has all of the required notebooks/composition books for my class. I am trying to emphasize accountability and organization, but it makes this task difficult when students come unprepared. For students who have their materials, they seem to have higher grades and they are grasping the material easier because they are able to refer back to earlier assignments that are in their journals.


*Each week, Robust Vocabulary will be uploaded into Quizlet. We have vocabulary review in class each day, however, students should study and review their vocabulary on a nightly basis.

*Quizlet link for Robust Vocabulary:


1) Review the most current ELA lesson or any lesson that was presented during the week for at least 10 min. each night.

2) Review current week's Robust Vocabulary in preparation for vocabulary test each Friday.

3) Read for a minimum of 30 min. each night and write a 3-5 sentence summary of what they read...weekends included.

Next week (10/13/15):

*Reading Comprehension

*5 Week Cumulative Robust Vocabulary Test – 20 Words (Monday, 10/13/15)...Please study with your child on Quizlet

Standards covered:

ELAGSE6L4: Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases based on grade 6 reading and content, choosing flexibly from a range of strategies.

ELAGSEW10: Write over time in a variety of genres (Quick Writes and ELA Essays/Journals)