Sixth Grade

Teachers: Mrs. Cron and Mrs. Maxwell

Welcome to 6th grade!  

5/17/19

Wilderness Adventure was fantastic! I hope memories were shared by all the students. Pictures will be posted on Shutterfly soon from all the chaperones.

We have NO LUNCH ANGELS currently scheduled for next week. Please check your calendar and consider helping.

Students will be taking the final Scantron test of the year on Monday. Please be on time for school.

The above quote is exceptionally relevant with many 6th graders of late. We are hoping that with the homestretch in sight, students will have spent time over break reflecting on the importance of being kind to one another and live the Golden Rule!

Before break, we watched two poignant videos to help inspire the 6th graders to be kind, courageous, compassionate children. The videos are still linked below n case you haven't had a chance to view them.

This is What Life is All About

What is Compassion

PLEASE check the lunch angel calendar and volunteer when able. We GREATLY appreciate the help and the break in the day. It looks like we need help Monday.  

 

 

Uniform Reminders - Please remember that students should be wearing appropriate clothing to school. ONLY DeChantal sweatshirts/fleeces should be worn to and from school (not a sports team, Under Armour, or another brand etc..)

Girls are excited to be wearing kilts; please make sure they are an appropriate length.

Being a lunch angel is a HUGE help to the 6th grade teachers.  Have you signed up to help? PLEASE PLEASE consider helping out in 6th grade.

Please remember it is SCHOOL POLICY to let us know when students will be absent or leaving early. 

We are a peanut free classroom. NO SNACKS may contain peanuts or be made in a factory where peanut products are made due to allergies throughout the school. Please be mindful when packing lunches.

One of the big responsibilities for the 6th grade is to recess monitor for the Kdg, 1st and 2nd grades. This is our responsibility all year and ALL students will have their turns with this job. Twelve students a week will be responsible for showing up on time, playing with the children, and helping the lunch angels and teachers to monitor the classrooms.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

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