Grade 6B

Spring 2018


*Class trip on Thursday 4/26/2018 (Slips and money due Thursday 4/19)*

*ELA State Tests (Grades 4, 6 and 8): April 11th-12th

*Math State Tests  (Grades 4, 6 and 8): May 1st & 2nd

*Spring Musical Friday, May 4th and Saturday May 5th (Doors open at 6:30pm and show starts @ 7pm)

6th Grade Social Studies: We are starting a new unit: Ancient China and Ancient India. Look out for new content and projects that are being started.

5th Grade Social Studies: We started a new unit the end of March, Latin America. Look out for new content and projects that are being started.

6th Grade Religion: Family Life Books. This work involves the entire family, each student and parent should have a copy. Please let your teacher know if you have any questions.

6B carnival











December 2017

Christmas Show Attire: 

Boys: Green top; any (plain, long sleeve) & black pants, black shoes (rubber sole)

Girls: Red top; any (plain, long sleeve) & black pants / leggings/ skirt (black stockings), black shoes (any, rubber sole)

Characters: props will be given to students who are characters.

Elf: green top and pants. Black shoes.Must bring black pants to change into (for 2nd song)

Reindeer: brown top and pants. Black shoes. Must bring black pants to change into (for 2nd song)



November 2017

In grade 6B, we have learned or are currently learning about the following:

- Religion: Theme: Psalms, God’s Revelation, God’s Creation, God’s attributes. The students recently completed Chapter 2 and completed the chapter test on Friday 11/3.  Students have completed a number of beautiful projects including, Psalm 23 writing prompt, Psalm 23 comic strip/meme, God’s Creation bookmarks, and an All Saints Day activity which students chose a Patron Saint to research to write about it and create an illustration.

We will be beginning Chapter 3: “People Turn from God” next week.

- Social Studies: We finished Chapter 1 – Early People: The Paleolithic Stone Age which included learning about the Neanderthals, Homo Sapiens and early people’s forms of technology. Students recently took the Chapter 1 Test and were assigned an essay on the Essential Question “What are the consequences of technology?” which was due on Monday 11/6.

We recently started on Chapter 2  – Beginning of Civilization. This chapter includes learning about the Neolithic Agricultural Revolution. In the next few weeks, we will be working through the rest of Chapter 2 which will include homework assignments, a quiz, a project, and a Chapter test. In addition, we will be touching on the history of Thanksgiving.

Students will also be introduced to their Current Events assignments next week which will be assigned every 2 weeks.

- Vocabulary/Spelling: Students are assigned weekly spelling/vocabulary packets on a particular topic on a bi-weekly basis. The packets are distributed at the beginning of the assigned week and include both spelling and vocabulary portions of work. The first week consists of the the spelling portion of the packet which is due that Friday followed by a Spelling test. The following week consists of the the vocabulary portion of the packet which is due that Friday followed by a Vocabulary test.

More to come on the other subjects and the Christmas costumes requirements for the Christmas Show.

A few reminders:

11/8: Field Trip

11/9 & 11/10: No School

11/17: 12pm Dismissal

11/27, 11/29, 12/1: Christmas Show Ticket sales (see calendar for times)

12/1: 12pm Dismissal. Report Card Meetings (report card conference forms due Wednesday 11/8)

12/12: Christmas Show Rehearsal

12/15: Christmas Show 7pm

Hope all the 6th graders are enjoying the 2017-2018 year so far and I look forward to positive results at the end of the first trimester. Wishing everyone a happy and healthy thanksgiving!


September 2017

Hello, my name is Mrs. Farrell and I am one of the sixth grade teachers. I am looking forward to welcoming all of my students into the classroom and getting to know each of them.

This new school year for sixth graders will be an amazing new journey for them and I look forward to being apart of it. I am confident that my students and I will create a safe, fun, and encouraging environment where they can be themselves and enjoy learning!

I look forward to creating inspiring work together and sharing it with all of the student’s families as this school year goes on!

Here are a few important dates for this month:

September 18th @ 7pm: Parent/Teacher Night in the Gym
September 21st: Pizza day
September 22nd: Class Photo
September 29th: 12pm Dismissal – Faculty Meeting