6th Grade Homework

GENERAL INFORMATION FOR 6A AND 6B
*The homework listed on this website may change during the course of the day. If there is any discrepancy in the homework, please follow the homework written in your child's planner.
Please send in assigned food for our Thanksgiving basket by Friday. Please note that on the powerschool grading, if there is an indication that a student is "Missing" something, if it is not turned in, it will become a zero. Students are responsible for turning in the work that ​they missed from being absent. Plastic bottle caps - colored ones only would be great!

 
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Science

12/3: "Atmosphere in Motion" WS due Thurs.; study for Quiz

12/5: No HW

12/6: 2 WS on atmosphere; 2nd Quiz on atmosphere on Wed. 12/12 - students have been given a review sheet

12/7: No HW

Please send in gifts for our gift drive as well as gift cards - there is a contest and this is both a Religion grade and extra credit for Science.






 

Language Arts​
Mrs. Loew
cloew@sja-hillsdale.org

    
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  Writ
er's Workshop 
Ms. Mastrangelo 
nmastrangelo@sja-hillsdale.org

  


 6-B


Spelling- Test Monday




6-A

Spelling- Test Monday
          

WRITER'S WORKSHOP
READER'S THEATER VOCABULARY/VENN DIAGRAM PACKET MUST BE COMPLETED AND HANDED IN BY THURSDAY FOR 6A AND 6B 
Religion- 6A

  


Religion- 6B

6/1: No HW
6/7: Quick Topics essays 2 & 3 due Monday


Social Studies-Mr. Curtin


  12/6   Current events is due next Tuesday, December 11 for assigned students. The topic is "World." Assigned students are to find an article about an event that recently took place somewhere around the world but outside of the United States that is NOT sports related, NOT entertainment related, and NOT too violent in nature. Please remember to write in complete sentences using blue or black ink.      Please have a D.E.A.R. book with you at all times.  I am going to check and points will be deducted if you do not have a book!
This day in history  December 6, 1884 :  In Washington, D.C., workers place a nine-inch aluminum pyramid atop a tower of white marble, completing the construction of an impressive monument to the city’s namesake and the nation’s first president, George Washington. As early as 1783, the infant U.S. Congress decided that a statue of George Washington, the great Revolutionary War general, should be placed near the site of the new Congressional building, wherever it might be. After then-President Washington asked him to lay out a new federal capital on the Potomac River in 1791, architect Pierre L’Enfant left a place for the statue at the western end of the sweeping National Mall (near the monument’s present location).


Specials

   
Spanish: Please see
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Computers
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