Welcome to Sixth Grade!
Confirmation took place on December 10, 2016.
First Day of School
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- April 3- Pizza Money due
- April 7- James and the Giant Peach 12 PM and 7:00 PM(Students must be at school by 6:30 PM)
- April 8- James and the Giant Peach 3:00 and 7:00 PM
- April 10- Living Stations 1:00 PM
- April 11- Permission Slip for Singin’ in the Rain due
- April 12-17- Easter Holiday No School
- April 22- Robotics and Open House
- April 23- 8th Grade Car Wash
- April 24- Blue Monday Students should dress down in blue clothes to promote the prevention of child abuse.
- April 25- Riviera Pizza Night
- April 27- Singin’ in the Rain at McDevitt
- April 28- Pizza Day
Religion:Christ Our Life
Reading Olympics Website
Congratulations to our Rambunctious Reading Rams for getting 26 points to earn a yellow ribbon!
Congratulations to our Rad Reading Rams for getting 50 points to earn a blue Ribbon!
Ancient Egypt Research Project
Ancient Egypt for Kids This helpful website provides numerous links that are about Ancient Egypt’s geography, schools, games, and many more with a click away.
Ancient Egypt Online Learn about the important aspects of Ancient Egyptian history and culture by exploring this website.
The Ancient Egypt Site Explore the history, language and culture of Ancient Egypt in this website created by Egyptologist Jacques Kinnaer.
BBC: Ancient Egypt Explore the wonders of Ancient Egypt by looking at this helpful website provided by the BBC.
The British Museum Meet the gods and goddesses! Explore daily life! See real mummies and more with just a click away!
Discovering Ancient Egypt Explore all about ancient Egypt, pyramids, temple reconstructions and the pharaohs. There is a hieroglyphics section where you can write your name in the ancient script.
PBS: Ancient Egypt Discover all aspects of Ancient Egypt by exploring this website provided by PBS.
The Pyramids Learn all about the Pyramids by exploring this helpful website.
How To Presentations
Sienna taught the class how to use the Music.ly App.
Amenta taught the class how to draw a wolf eye.
Dylan taught the class how to juggle.
Bria taught the class how to make M&M cookie bars.
Christine taught the class how to make Rice Krispie treats.
Johnny taught the class how to stick handle in hockey.
Ava taught the class a few nail designs.
Rori taught the class how to take care of a bearded dragon.
Brendan taught the class how to train a dog.
Bryce taught the class how to play rugby.
Maddie taught the class how to make fluffy slime.
Victor taught the class how to make breakfast.
Robbie taught the class how to make baloon dogs and swords.
Zaeden taught the class how to make jerk chicken and baked mac n’ cheese
Cynthia taught the class how to make stress balls.
Olivia taught the class how to Irish Dance.
Meghan taught the class how to make slime.
Alexis taught the class how to make a fish tail braid.
Shannon taught the class how to make a lantern.
Nick taught the class how to make slime.
Jacob taught the class how to make chocolate chip cookies.
Nicholas taught the class how to play drums.
Father/ Daughter Dance
In Math, the sixth graders reviewed Multiplying and Dividing Integers with a game of Connect Four.
All of the classes love to review for tests and quizzes with Kahoot. They compete against their classmates with their iPads or Chromebooks to answer the questions.
In the first Math class, the students worked in groups to find the numbers 1-100 on a sheet of paper. They saw that they worked best in groups when they came up with a plan and helped each other.