Presentation on theme: "Welcome to the 6 th Grade Town Hall Meeting “6 th Grade on the MOVE!” November 25, 2009."— Presentation transcript:
Welcome to the 6 th Grade Town Hall Meeting “6 th Grade on the MOVE!” November 25, 2009
6 th Grade Meeting Ground Rules -Respect -Respect the speaker by keeping ears and eyes open -Be Responsible for your learning by relating what you hear to you as a student -Build positive Relationships by reflecting on what you hear and how that effects us as 6 th Grade.
6 th Grade Town Hall Meeting November 25, 2009 Celebrations! Congratulations to 6 th Grade PBIS Winners!. RespectResponsibilityRelationships Kiara Romero Andree’ Di- Reumante Jasmine Rivera Kojo Thompson Yasmin Gonzalez Camille Estrin
6 th Grade Town Hall Meeting November 25, 2009 We Are on the Move... What is a RESPONSIBLE 6 th grader? ….
Completes Homework Assignments and uses their student agenda book Makes up missing work when absent Meets with teachers early in the quarter to make up work and receive help. No procrastination! Checks EdLine (Keeps an eye on their grades) Students that do not have Edline, you need to see Mr. Zimmerman or Ms. Flaggs to activate your account! Gets to class on time! Does not share lockers
6 th Grade Town Hall Meeting November 25, 2009 Things to Know Honor Roll Eligibility vs. Ineligibility Student Service Learning (SSL)
Definition of Honor Roll Students with a Grade Point Average of 3.0 All As & Bs No more than one C
HONOR ROLL JAMBOREE! What is it? A celebration for students who made honor roll first quarter! There will be snacks, dancing, and other activities to celebrate you! When it is? Tuesday, December 1 st 2:50pm-4pm How can I go? Return the permission slip you were given this morning to your 1 st period teacher by December 1 st.
Definition of Ineligibility Students with a Grade Point Average BELOW 2.0 are considered academically ineligible to participate in any extracurricular activity (such as SGA and sports) throughout the year
What does Ineligibility mean? In order to be ineligible, students CAN NOT have more than one “E” on your report card If you have 5 “A’s” on your report card, but you have 2 “E’s” you are INELIGIBLE! Ineligibility can result in not being able to graduate from school.
How do I calculate my GPA? The Breakdown A = 4 points B = 3 points C = 2 points D = 1 points E = 0 points It’s the basic law of averages The Calculation Sum of my grades. Total number of grades
Let’s Practice Is this student eligible? Grades: Science B World StudiesC Math 6B EnglishE SpanishD FACSB Physical EducationB GPA: 1.85
Let’s Practice Is this student eligible? Grades: Science A World StudiesA Math 6B EnglishA SpanishE HealthE ReadingA GPA: 2.71
6 th Grade Town Hall Meeting November 25, 2009 Important Events and dates to remember.. Honor Roll JAMBOREE - Tuesday, Dec. 1 nd We need 6 th Grade representation there! Interims – Wednesday, Dec. 9th