6th grade Newsletter: December 15, 2017

6th grade will once again be visiting the

Senior Star Retirement Village.

Team 6-1 will walk there after lunch on Monday, December 18th and

Team 6-2 will walk over after lunch on Tuesday, December 19th.

Both teams will return to school by 3:00.

Students are advised to dress for the weather!


IN OUR CLASSES:

Science (Bishop and Miller) We are learning about plant and animal cells and the organelles inside each. There is a quiz on Monday, December 18th for Mrs. Bishop’s students, and Tuesday, December 19th for Mr. Miller’s students over the functions of organelles. Students should use the quizlet on Schoology to prepare.

Social Studies (Ziraldo and Bowers) Students will be wrapping up our study of migration. We will be watching a documentary on the Lost Boys of Sudan.

Language Arts (Dennison and Magistrale) Students will engage in a reader's theater play by performing for the STAR residents on Tuesday. After break, students will turn in the completed reading tracker and participate in a elements of fiction unit. Also, please ask your child for the historical fiction letter that was given out in class. Have a safe break and happy reading!

Language Arts (Dramble and Hamilton): Next week we will continue refining our narrative writing technique by focusing on how to control pacing. Students' biography book and tracker are due on Tuesday, December 19th. Students will be bringing home a letter this weekend that discusses our whole class read of Inside Out and Back Again. We request that each student bring a personal copy (either printed or electronic) to class by January 12th. Please see the letter for more details. Thank you!

Language Arts (Eddington) We continue to read through The One and Only Ivan along with learning new vocabulary words. We read independently everyday so make sure your child has a book to read in class.

Math 6 (Beery and Voytko) Students should complete and share "Math is Everywhere" assignment by Monday, 12/18. Please refer to requirements in schoology.

Math 7 (Voytko) We will be working on math tasks that review recent concepts through application. Can they solve the tasks to escape the Holiday challenge???? Make sure to bring your chromebook charged up for math class.

Math 7/8 (O'Neal) Students are continuing to look at slope and slope-intercept.


Leaving early or returning late from Winter Break (December 21 - January 2)?

Please complete a Pre-Arranged Absence Form and have your child share the form with their teachers.

 

ShamRock’n Dance Club!

This is a special 6th grade ONLY tradition at all Dublin middle schools!

Four evenings during the month of February you’ll meet in the gym at Karrer, Grizzell, Davis or Sells Middle School for really fun dance lessons - from classic dance steps to the newest group and line dances –with a professional dance instructor! You will also learn dance and social etiquette and have a great time while doing it! After the lessons are done, there is a Dance Party where you’ll get to dress up, have snacks and cake, and show off your new dance moves while having fun with friends. If you can’t go to a lesson with your school, you can easily make-up a class at another middle school. Ask any 7th or 8th grader about the ShamRock’n Dance Club and they’ll share stories of the awesome memories they have made!

SO…get your friends together to check out the 2018 ShamRock’n Dance Club!

Registration: January 2018

Cost: $40

Lessons: various dates in February, more info coming soon

Final Dance: Sunday, March 4th 1:30-4:00pm


IT’S TIME TO ORDER THE 2017-2018 KMS YEARBOOK!

Yearbook order forms have been distributed to students. Orders may be turned into homebase teachers or placed online at https://book.hrimaging.com/book/

Cost $30.00

Deadline: February 23

Yearbooks will be distributed the last week of school.


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