South Canton Scholars Charter Academy

6th Grade

Weekly Newsletter for May 25, 2012

7 Grade Electives
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Calendar Counts

Please return all forms to your homeroom teacher no later than June 1, 2012 Locker Permission Form Elective Request Form
Public Speaking Day

May
May 28th Memorial Day No School May 30th Wacky Wednesday June 1st Spirit Day June 1st Spring Fling Mixer June 6th Talent Show June 8th Field Day June 12th Honor’s Assembly 8:30- 9:30 a.m. June 12th Move Up Day/ Locker Clean Out June 13th Last day of school

Spring Fling June 1st $5.00
Pizza, Pop, admission to the mixer

June

College Week Is coming!
June 4th – 8th , 2012

SOCIAL STUDIES WITH MS. TEXTOR

POSTPONED
We are currently awaiting the arrival of our poetry books from American Treasures and would prefer them to be in for our Public Speaking Day. We apologize for the inconvenience but will keep you posted on the new date.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS
This week students have been working on writing letters to various places of business and to their future 7th grade teachers. They are learning a skill that has started to become loss over time due to the invention on email and text messaging.

Bridge Books

Students

SCIENCE WITH MRS. LEE
Scientists
will wrap up their journey of Earth and Space Science with several labs and a final test. After the unit is complete, students will journey back to where they stared to study the Scientific Method in preparation for their upcoming 7th grade Science class.

Summer bridge books are available in the front office. These books are reduced in price and perfect for keeping your student busy over the summer months as well as get them ready for the fall.

OWENS’ Math Minute
Mr. Owens likes chocolate almost as much as he likes math.

All three rotations are working and

Talent Show
June 6th 2012

data and probability for the rest of the year. Students will continue to have homework through the week of the 4th. Books will be collected on June 7th or June 8th depending on the rotation.

have been learning all about the economy and economics. This week the classes have learned what economics really is, how it directly relates to our purchases with supply, demand and price and also how competition plays a large role in our economy. They even got some help from you when discussing the importance of banking! Over the weekend and next week, the class will be discussing the different economic status in Greece, Latin America (all areas) and the United States. Students will be comparing the different economies and what is currently happening in those countries. Be sure to ask them about the economy as they research the different types!

Middle School Mixer

If your student has a book which was

Grades K-3 9-10:00 a.m. Grades 4-6 1:30-2:30 p.m.

checked out to keep at home, it must be turned in no later than June 6th. Please remind your students that this is still a time of academic pursuit and it will be up to and including June 8th in their math classes. The final three days of school will be spent on 7th grade prep.

June 1, 2012 Contact: Mrs. Morgan if you would like to help plan, decorate, or donate for the dance. smorgan028@gmail.com