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Grade 6 children learn about many different topics. They work on thinking skills to interpret, compare and combine ideas and communicate about what they are learning. The required subject areas are: Arts Education, English Language Arts, Mathematics, Physical Education/Health Education, Science, and Social Studies. Your child will have the chance to learn in many different ways – by themselves, with teachers and with other children.

  • Week of 19th to 23rd May, 2019 We will be mostly reviewing and doing projects in our classes for the remainder of the year. ELA: The Harry Potter essay is due May 23. It must include a rough copy (with edits) and a good copy (I would prefer this done on a computer and given as a “hard copy” or on a flash drive. We will ...
  • Week of 5th to 9th May, 2019 I hope everyone had a nice vacation and had some rest. ELA: We had our postponed test Monday , and overall I was pleased. Most could review the literary terms and clauses and sentences. We will complete the Harry Potter movie and move on to an essay assignment to finish the novel. Math: We are doing a quick review of ...
  • Important Message From Mr. Bruce The students have convinced me to postpone the ELA test until May 5. Thanks for your patience. Bruce https://www.historyonthenet.com/world-war-one-causes-2
  • Grade 6B – TESTS: Next week has 3 quizzes. Monday-Math, Wednesday- ELA, Thursday – Social Studies. I have postponed our science quiz until May 7 due to their hard work on their Science Fair projects. I would like to have next week’s tests marked before Spring Break. Thank you for understanding!
  • Important announcement from Mr. Bruce Due to the hard work that the students displayed at the Science Fair, I’ve decided to postpone the science test until after the break. It will also include our unit on Electricity. I was very pleased with their hard work for the Science Fair.
  • Week of 7th to 11th April 2019 Math: We are completing our look at plotting points and graphing. Our next math quiz is on April 11. The students should continue to work on basic computation with decimals. ELA: We are completing our review of literary terms and puppet shoews . The puppet shoes will be presented on April 14 , and our next ELA test is April 15. Science: The ...
  • Week of 31st March to 4th April 2019 ELA: We are continuing our study oh Harry Potter. Our last assignment on Reading Comprehension and descriptive words  (adjectives and adverbs) was disappointing with several students not doing the work at all. We are studying essay writing and are trying to focus on planning and organization. Our next test will focus on sentences, literary terms and outlines. Math: We have moved on ...
  • Week of 24th to 28th March, 2019 I would like to remind everyone about the Triad Conferences on Thursday. You must make an appointment and BRING THE STUDENT. They will be brief and give us a chance to show some of what your child  knows. This is not a time to rehash the report cards. Phases of the moon : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f4ZHdzl6ZWg             ...
  • Important Announcement Hello, If students are absent for a test (math, March 20, ELA March 21). They MUST bring a note (or email) from their parents as to why they missed the test). They may and/or bring a doctor’s note. Otherwise they will receive a mark of zero. This applies to all tests and quizzes.
  • Week of 17th to 21st March, 2019 I have added several new videos to Edmodo which I suggest that the students review. ELA: We are continuing with our study of Harry Potter and have a quiz on March 21 (which is an early dismissal day). We have also finished our study of verb tenses , including Perfect and Continuous tenses. We will begin with essay writing next week. Math: We ...