Students do NOT need to have a separate pair of tennis shoes for phy-ed. Students can wear the same tennis shoes they wear to school. However, if students do not wear tennis shoes to school, they MUST have an extra pair to wear to phy-ed.
20 #2 pencils – NO MECHANICAL PENCILS, PLEASE!
1 large pink eraser and pencil top erasers
1 ruler with in./cm. Indications
5 glue sticks
1 large box Kleenex
4 spiral notebooks wide lined 1 red, 1 blue, 1 yellow, and 1 green
4 folders with pockets 1 red, 1 blue, 1 yellow, 1 green
1 two-inch, three-ring binder WITH DIVIDERS
2 pkg. loose-leaf paper wide lined
3 pkgs. index card (3×5)
1 pkg. colored pencils
4 red pens
1 pair scissors
1 shoebox sized plastic container with lid for tool kit
1 pkg. markers
2 black Expo markers – any size
1 box Ziploc bags
1 container of Clorox wipes
1 package of paper plates
…on Tuesday with Nathan and Ryan Browen as our principals for the day. Thank you for all the fun! On Friday, Derek Dempsey will be our principal for the day, and he has so much planned for us to do. Just a reminder our entire final stuff happening in the 6th grade room: Math and religion final test on Thursday, AR goal on Tuesday, graduation mass and Casey’s on Wednesday, and Lake Charlotte on Thursday. We hope you can join us for some of this fun! Have a beautiful Memorial Day holiday.
Thank you for all the hard work. Next week we will be having our final test in religion and math. Our AR goal is due on the 27! Remember that graduation mass is on May 28 at 8:30 A.M. We hope you can all attend. It is going to be extra tough saying good bye to this group of students. Having them two years in a row has been a special blessing for me. We hope you had a wonderful Mother’s Day.
This week in the sixth grade room, we are finishing up on our MCA test. Thank you for getting your child to bed early and fixing a healthy breakfast. I’m sure they are doing their very best. We had a wonderful luncheon with the American Legion yesterday. What a great group of well-behaved students! Next Friday is our field trip. We are learning so much about Fort Snelling and the Underwater World. They are very fun topics to study. Have your child here at school at 6:30 A.M. as the bus will leave at 6:45 A.M. Please pack a good snack and lunch because it is going to be a long day. If you want to send extra money for the gift shops, it is up to you. We will also be stopping for supper close to St. Cloud. Please pray an extra prayer for nice weather. Thank you!
We learned a great deal regarding our first 13 colonies. In math, we are focusing on math reviews – preparing for our MCA’s. I heard many terrific things about our students’ behavior during our school’s accreditation. Thank you for all you do in making our jobs so very special. The students are making beautiful Station of the Cross booklets. The sixth graders will be ministering at the mass on April 23; we hope you can join us.
Thank you for all your donations for our Water for Life. We are working on the 14 Stations of the Cross booklet in religion. In social, we continue to learn about the first 13 colonies. We will be evaluated in math on Thursday; please review for the test. The sixth graders are excited to meet the team for our accreditation. Enjoy the beautiful whiteness of spring.
This Friday is the end of the quarter. Will we make our AR goal? Do we have all our assignments handed in? Please review this with your child. We will also be finishing our math unit with a test on Friday. The sixth graders continue to study about our first 13 colonies in social. In our religion class, we are focusing on the many different Lenten activities that will bring us closer to Jesus. April is soon approaching; hopefully so will warmer weather!
Our new unit in math is called “Rates and Ratios.” We continue to learn about our wonderful country of the United States. The sixth graders will also be quizzed on the Stations of the Cross this week; please help them prepare by going over them at home. Our adventures at Lake Carlos were wonderful. Your children’s behaviors were beautiful, and their knowledge of the great outdoors was tremendous! Thank you for all you do! God bless and happy spring!!
On Wednesday we will be saying, “Hello” from Lake Carlos. We will be enjoying God’s beautiful creation, spending time with our friends, and the wonderful weather! Thank you for all of these fun and well-behaved children! We are continuing to work on our Lenten sacrifices to bring us closer to our Heavenly Father. See you on Friday.