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Turn in forms ASAP this week for "Theseus and the Minotaur." All students that have completed projects will take on pivotal roles in the 6th grade production. This is an opera that is completely done by 6th grade students, however we can use parent help with monitoring students when they work on props and costuming. We could use extra adults Monday through Friday from 8:45 to 9:25. Thank you!Memorial Day, May 25th No SchoolVolunteer Breakfast, May 28th6th Grade Production "Theseus and the Minotaur"May 29th 6pm6th Grade Swim Party at Deterding Park, June 2nd6th Grade Promotion Breakfast, June 3rdLast Day of School, June 4thBand:Room 15 students have band on Tuesday and Friday. Make sure they practice every day and remind them that the hardest part is just getting the instrument out of the case.PE:All 6th graders have PE together on Wednesday and Friday after lunch.Reading:Students should be reading and passing AR quizzes until the end of the month of May!Math:We will be taking our end-module assessment by May 22nd.Science:We just started studying forms of energy and will be focusing on potential and kinetic energy. We will be using the engineering model to build and test cars for distance.
Please visit Mrs. Harris' site for updated assignments.
Critical Literacy:Next week we are going to be defining what is "good" literature. This seminar will be our last one for the year, but is the most important. I'm incredibly impressed by my students' ability to think conceptually.Mrs. Harris and I switch classes on Wednesday and Friday for Science and Social Studies.
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“Children must be taught how to think, not what to think.” ? Margaret Mead
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