Sixth Grade Class

Welcome

We are so excited to have your children as students for the 2018-2019 school year. Sixth grade is full of adventure, growth, and new challenges! We look forward to providing new opportunities for exploration and gathering information. Please use this website as a tool for making this a successful year. Take some time to explore the website, so you can use it frequently!

This is your home site to navigate the fantastic world of 6th grade. Here you will find important information about our class, both 6A/6B. It is important that you visit and read each menu item to keep abreast of what's happening. In case you're confused, ask around and we'll be happy to assist you. Also report if you find any broken link on the website.

We are very happy to have such a unique group of students this year- looking forward to an exciting and successful school year.

Blessings,

Mrs. Atkins 6A

Ms. Szeibert 6B


News

  • Science Camp is January 22-25, 2019. Make sure all paperwork is completed!
  • Catholic Schools Week begins Sunday, January 27. Come check out all our amazing class work at Open House from 9:30am-11:00am!
  • Special Person's Day is Thursday, January 31- enjoy mass and breakfast with loved ones!
  • Winter Break begins February 18 and continues until the 24th.


Reminders


  • P.E. Days: 6A and 6B- Mondays and Wednesdays

No change of uniform is needed. Please ensure your child is wearing appropriate footwear.

  • Drop-off Procedure:

Please try to add a little time to your morning commute because of traffic. Let's begin on Monday, August 27th, to follow the regular carpool procedure.

  • Minimum Days:

Minimum Days end at 12:10pm.

Every first Friday of the month is a minimum day.

  • Wednesday Family Envelopes should be returned every Thursday


Bell Schedule




Rules/Policies

Behavior

Consequences:

1. Demerits will be recorded in Sycamore

2. Ten demerits will result in detention and Responsible Behavior grade lowered by one grade

Demerits include, but are not limited to: gum, uniform infractions, disruption/disrespect, tardy to class, not being prepared for class, eating food in the classroom, forgotten/not charged iPad, profanity, throwing items in classroom, inappropriate behavior at mass, and leaving trash on tables at recess/lunch.

Uniform

Girls

  • Tops: T-shirt or long sleeve shirts are acceptable. Girls are not permitted to wear tank tops, spaghetti straps, low back or crop tops (shirt must go below belt loops on jeans).
  • Bottoms: Jeans (no rips) or walking shorts (to the knee length) are acceptable. Girls are not permitted to wear shorts above the knee or sweat pants. No leggings/yoga pants allowed.
  • Dresses/skirts: Dresses and skirts are acceptable. Dress cannot have a low neckline or be sleeveless.
  • Shoes: No backless, slip on or sandals allowed.

Boys

  • Tops: T-shirt or long sleeve shirt are acceptable.
  • Bottoms: Jeans or walking shorts are are acceptable. Boys are not allowed to wear basketball/workout shorts, swim trunks or sweat pants.
  • Shoes: No backless, slip on or sandals allowed.


UNIFORMS​ ​–​ ​GIRLS​ ​ONLY (ALL GRADES)

i. Required: modesty shorts are to be worn under jumpers and skirts.

ii. Required​ ​hems:​ jumper/skirt length must be at the knee.

ii. Optional: solid white, black, or navy blue tights (no patterns).


Footwear (ALL GRADES)

Required: solid white socks without logos.

Required: shoes are black or white with black or white shoelaces.. Shoes must tie up,

buckle, or Velcro. No backless or slip-on shoes allowed. No high-tops or glitter shoes allowed.

Jr. High Option: Jr. High students may also wear gray shoes/gray laces.

Kindergarten: Students are to wear athletic shoes with Velcro, slip-on style, or laces that can be secured. Mary Jane shoes are allowed on days without P.E. Shoelaces are a safety hazard for this age level.


P.E. Uniform (ALL GRADES)

The P.E. uniform is required in Kindergarten - Eighth Grade and is worn to school on PE days unless otherwise directed in special circumstances. I.e. Ash Wednesday, etc.


School iPad

Every student is responsible for damage to or loss of iPad. Additionally, Every student should also complete the Parent/Student iPad Responsibile Use Contract. Please refer to the Family Handbook for more guidelines.