6th Grade Newsletter - November 2, 2015

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Begin Quarter 2:  We have 3 full weeks and two days until Thanksgiving break.  Then we have 3 more full weeks until Winter Break.  It's going by fast!

BEADS AND
BROWN PAPER BAGS NEEDED:   If you have any beads or extra brown paper bags hanging around your house or are willing to donate some new beads for a class project,  MN Studies classes would be thankful!  We will be making parfleche as part of our Dakota unit.  Please send in to Ms. Wucherpfennig!  Thank you!


Language Arts
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We finish our Walk Two Moons this week.

Monday:  Socratic Seminar
Tuesday: Finish reading the novel.
Wednesday:  Study Guide
Thursday: Theme Poster
Friday:  Comprehension Quiz and Theme Presentation

Reading homework journals start this week.  It is due on Monday, November 9.  The study guide (packet) is due on Friday (Nov. 6) at the end of class.


To download a reading log, click here.

Math                                                 

Greetings!

This week we start our work on seventh grade standards by working with circles.  There will be a quiz this Friday on area and circumference of circles.  We will explore the relationship between radius, diameter, area and circumference.  Students will find it helpful to use a calculator at home when working on homework this week.  

 

Next week will be work on surface area of 3-D shapes.  

 

Homework:

Homework Assignments: Students will have math homework assignment every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.  The assignment is due the next day.  Students are expected to write the assignment in their planner at the beginning of every class period.  Please check planners!  Homework is designed to help students practice skills taught in the classroom.  We take notes in class and have practice problems written down in the students' notebooks, so they have a reference/help resource when completing the homework each night.  The time it takes students to finish the assignments will vary based on the students ability, but NO ONE should spend more than 30 minutes completing an assignment.  

 

Please contact me if you have any questions.

    

Ms. Wilson

Science
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Last week:

    Matter quiz fix-up, review what scientists do.

 

This week:  

("What do scientists do?")  Students will practice simple experiments and analyzing data.

 

Homework this week:

   -- HW1 Ice and Salt Experiment

  

Note:

Almost all homework and class assignments are available on Husby's school web page.   (Click on "Homework" or "Class Assignments.")

Social Studies   

Classwork: 

Monday-Tuesday:  Read Ch. 3 and complete Cornell Notes.

Homework:  None 

Copies of Homework:  Copies of some work can be accessed from the gradebook portal. 

11/02/15
Reading B.E.S.T.
Ms. Halvorson
Reading Interventionist


From our administrators, counselor, and social worker:
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Dates to Remember:
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Monday, Nov. 2 -- Quarter 2 begins!

Wed-Thurs-Fri, Nov. 25-27  Thanksgiving Break.

Week of Dec. 7-11 Mid-quarter progress reports.

Community Opportunities:

In This Issue
Contact Info:

(Language Arts)
Sandy Barry

(Math)
Lonna Wilson

(Science)
Alan Husby

(Social Studies)
Bronwyn Wucherpfennig

(AVID)
Heather Walker

Additional Advisory
teacher:
Marni Heck

School Social Worker:
Counselor:
612.668.3654
    
SERTs:
Linda Reiner
Reading Specialist:

Bev Halvorson

 

Math Specialist:

 Craig Hamilton

 

Site Council Representatives for 6th grade:

xxx

xxx

 

Main Office (and Attendance):

 

612.668.3640

 


About the Site Council:

Site Council meetings are the 1st Wednesday of the month from 4:00 - 5:30 and are open to anyone wishing to attend.  If you have a topic to discuss you must be on the agenda prior to the meeting.  Please contact your grade rep. to be added to the agenda.

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