What's Happening

November 29-December 3


We are completing some final activities for the novel, The Circuit. Students will also begin working on a digital book report for this novel. Students who missed the test last week will need to take the test this week. Students will also need to take the AR test for The Circuit.

Reminder: Students will need 9 Accelerated Reader (AR) points per quarter. Students can access AR tests by copying and pasting the following link into the address bar:



Thank you Parents for accompanying us last week on our field trip. This week we will further explore the rock cycle. From the various rocks brought in by students, rocks show God's love of variety. They come in all shapes textures, and colors.


We will finish up learning about writing a well constructed conclusion paragraph in a response to literature essay. We will finish up reading the novel, A Long Walk to Water, by Linda Sue Park in preparation to begin drafting a response to literature essay.


Spelling test on Friday; students also need to complete 2 modules and have their words written 3 times by Friday.


A new chapter begins this week on "Units of Measure." Students will learn about metric measurements and how to convert to different units.

Most students need practice with their basic facts. Parents, please have your students practice their basic facts in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

Math Websites: Xtramath


This week, we will begin a new unit during which we will spend time closely examining some of the parables and miracles that Jesus did. In order to get a full picture of Jesus life and teachings, we will also spend time together reading through one of the gospels: Luke. This week, we will continue our reading of the book of Luke with chapters 5-7. We will also reflect on interesting things we learn in each chapter by doing a "book snap".

On Wednesday (6B/6K2) or Thursday (6K/6D), students will have a quiz over the following books of the New Testament:

Matthew Mark Luke John Acts Romans 1 and 2 Corinthians Galatians Ephesians Philippians Colossians 1 and 2 Thessalonians 1 and 2 Timothy Titus Philemon


A study of ancient Greece begins! Sparta, Athens, the Parthenon, Olympics, democracy, Greek myths, military and navy, Alexander the Great, I can't wait!