Presentation on theme: "Positive Expectations Fun stuff!!. Sixth Grade Camp!! Who? All sixth graders and teachers – and many parent chaperones-maybe you? What? Hiking! Smores!"— Presentation transcript:
Sixth Grade Camp!! Who? All sixth graders and teachers – and many parent chaperones-maybe you? What? Hiking! Smores! Hayrides! Archery! Human Fooseball! Survival Training! Where? Prescott Pines Camp When? 6B camp November 18-20 Why? Because it is AWESOME! Cost is $175 students, $125 adults payment plans available tax credits can be used
Ritas Fundraiser Friday, August 2 nd 5pm – 9pm at Ritas of S McClintock Dr. 7660 S McClintock Dr. Tempe. AZ (In the Safeway Plaza) A percentage of sales benefit Aprende 6 th Grade Camp
Tax Credit Sixth grade will be taking field trips this year including an overnight Outdoor Education camp to Prescott Pines. We are encouraging parents to donate by tax credit to cover the cost of these enrichment activities. Donations can be up to $400 for couples or $200 for an individual. Tax credit donations can be made by giving a check directly to the school with the group/activity specified Aprende, 6 th grade Checks or a copy of your on-line receipt should be given to your Alab teacher.
Sixth Grade Celebrations! At the end of every quarter we celebrate academic and behavioral success. The requirements for these are: Passing grades (D or better), no conduct referrals and no more than 1 ISI. Every 3 weeks, we celebrate students who are responsible. Everyone with 100% assignments turned in on time may attend. After that celebration, everyone gets a fresh start for the next celebration! Celebrations include: treats, games, field trips to the park, movies and more!
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) PBIS provides staff and students with a unified set of rules. Rules are clearly defined, taught to the students, and posted. Students may earn tickets when any staff member observes them showing respect, responsibility, or pride. Random drawings are done on a weekly, monthly, quarterly basis. Winning students are recognized in a variety of ways. PBIS is a Kyrene School District adopted program.
6 th Grade Dance You are invited to attend Aprendes 6th Grade Dance and Social! Date: Friday, August 16th Time: 3:30-5:00 Location: Multipurpose Room Come join us to dance, socialize and meet your new classmates! · You must have a signed permission slip to purchase a ticket. · Tickets will be sold during lunch on Thursday and Friday and at the door · Refreshments will be available at an additional cost.
Parents Homework Remember to: Email Mrs. Mackey, firstname.lastname@example.org@kyrene.org to be added to the 6B distribution list Complete your Technology Scavenger Hunt by August 9.
Math Curriculum 6 th Grade Focus Connecting ratio and rate to whole number multiplication and division Dividing fractions and use of rational numbers Writing, interpreting, and using expressions and equations Developing understanding of statistical thinking
Math Curriculum Pre Algebra Focus Developing understanding of and applying proportional relationships Operations with rational numbers and working with expressions and linear equations Scale Drawings, area, surface area and volume Drawing inferences about populations based on samples
Math Curriculum Linear Algebra Focus Developing understanding of operations with rational numbers, formulate and reason about expressions and equations and solving linear equations and systems of equations Concept of functions and their use to describe quantitative relationships Analyzing two- and three-dimensional space and figures Distance, angle, similarity, congruence Pythagorean theorem
A Typical Week Daily bell work Problem Solving exercise Homework-30 minutes, every night Investigations Weekly Review Quiz/Assessment
Math Requirement Students are required to earn at least a D average for both fall and spring semesters If this level is not reached, the student will be required to attend summer school so that they may master the skills needed to continue to the next grade Advanced expectation students must maintain a B average to remain in the class 504 plan students will be held to standards IEP students are exempt