9/20 Working on a map of Mesopotamia.
Telling stories in the oral tradition. (For Literature)
8/31/23 Latitude and longitude Globe toss
8/30/23 First day of school
6/14 Last day of school, blowing up a watermelon
Girls vs. boys in jigsaw puzzle race. Out of two, it resulted in a tie!
Meleah reading her poem at the Bellingham Ferry Terminal. She was one of the winners in the Susan C. Boynton Poetry Contest.
5/18 Fun Run aftermath
5/10-5/12/23 Camp Hamilton
Industrial Revolution Projects
Advertising unit–students are looking up examples of bandwagon, testimonial, transfer, emotional words, and repetition propaganda used in advertising.
4.2123. Poem Recitals, Neighborhood Odes by Gary Soto
Ode to Pinata
4.13.23 Poem Recitals, Neighborhood Odes by Gary Soto
Ode to Senor Leal’s Goat (honorary goat below, didn’t like the horns)
4.11.23 Poem Recitals, Neighborhood Odes by Gary Soto
Ode to My Perrito
3/31 Last Supper and Agony in the Garden
3/24 Astrolabe Test Pass
3/24 Dancing in the gym
3/16/23 Caesar’s Death Scene, Shakespeare
3/15/23 Last Supper and Agony in Garden Prayer Service Practice
2/21 6th Religion
Thank you notes.
2/21 6th Literature
Death of Caesar
2/8 Bruneleschi’s elevator (7th Grade Social Studies)
2/7 Topo Maps of Italy for our Social Studies Rome Unit
2/6/23 Shadow Boxes, Literature
1/11/23 For Social Studies–constructing columns.
12/22/22 Terracotta Warriors, China Unit
November, Cornwall Park Service Project
First Day of School 8/31/22
3/3`1 7th Grade Industrial Revolution Projects
Practicing for Good Friday 3/23
Death of Caesar 3/15
Gary Soto Poem Presentation, Ode to Pinata
Jesse Tree for Advent
Service Project, 11/30
Service Project, Cornwall Park 11/12/21
6th Grade Saints 11/01/21
Shadoof samples, Egypt Unit 10/27/21
Fiction Book Report samples 9/29/21
MAP testing 9/23/21
First day of school 2021
Nov. 18-Dec. 2
nov. 18 newsletter
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oct. 12 newsletter
oct. 5 newsletter
Sept. 29 newsletter
Sept. 21 newsletter
School Mass for 6th Grade through 8th Grade only at 8:15 am, Dress Uniform for these grades. Come straight to the church at 8:15 and we’ll show you were your class is sitting.
summer break 6th
Sept. 16sept. 16(1)
Sept. 9sept. 9
In The News
A 6th grade Newsletter For the week of Sept. 3
Curriculum night, Sept. 11, 6:30-7:30; MAP testing the week of Sept. 24; Camp Hamilton April 15-17
Language Arts: Greek 1, homework every night typically. Flash cards/words x5 due Monday (extra credit). Test Tuesday.(spelling and definition of Greek words) In English, reviewing subject/predicateLiterature: Oral tradition with a constellation story. Library on Thursday with first book log due Sept. 13. Current report will be on a book of fiction.Religion: Coat of Arms. We are in charge of the Sept. 20 Mass.Social Studies: Early people; reviewing latitude/longitude and hemispheres. Most homework will be done through Office 365 forms.Profesora Cristina I. Pavon Camargo
Espanol–We checked the rules in the classroom.I explained the correct use of the materials and how they are going to be evaluated.They made a letter for “their future selves” (with the expectations and goals for the Spanish subject)
They also made a cover for the first period. Mrs. Ernest
Science—please see webpagehttps://school.assumption.org/sixthgrade/sixth-grade-science/
Math–Please see webpagehttps://school.assumption.org/sixthgrade/sixth-grade-math-b/Mrs. Campbell
Physical Education—please see webpagehttps://school.assumption.org/pe/Thanks for a great first week of school! Lots going on!