Friday, February 16, 2018

ELA News Week of 2/19

Nightly homework:  Read at least 20 min!

Monday: Literature circle 8, exploration
Tuesday: Guest reader, school uniform argument, commas in a series
Wednesday:  School uniform argument- write rebuttal, literature circle 9
Thursday: Scope argument- write response
Friday: Literature circle 10, Forward Exam released item practice assessment

March Book Orders

Class Code - P69TG
Order Due Date -  03/08/18

Dear Families,

I want your child to be a successful reader—and for that, I need your help.

When children choose their own books to read for pleasure, they enjoy reading more and spend more time doing it. The more your child reads, the better they will do in school and in life.

Scholastic Book Clubs flyers are made for you and your child to shop for books your child will love to read. Each month, the flyers are filled with trusted, excellent quality, age-appropriate books chosen by Scholastic for prices as low as one dollar.

Plus you will be helping our class when you order: Scholastic matches each order you place with FREE BOOKS for our classroom to share.

Thank you for helping your child become a successful reader.

Mrs. Rogness

Please place your online order to me by Thursday, March 8. 

Two ways to order:

1. Go online to:
Look up my name: Julie Rogness
Or enter our Class Code: P69TG
Follow the instructions to place your order online by: Thursday, March 8.

2. Check off the books you want to order for your child and return the flyer (students have access to fliers in the classroom) to me with a check to Scholastic Book Clubs by Thursday, March 8. 

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

February Book Orders due Tomorrow!

The deadline for the February Scholastic book order is Thursday, February 15 (by 2:00pm).  Orders can be placed with the paper forms and a check, or online with a credit card.  Orders are all shipped to our classroom and items are sent home with students when they arrive.  To place an order online, go to and either enter my name (Julie Rogness) or enter our class code (P69TG). 
Thank you! 

Friday, February 9, 2018

Social Studies News Week of: Feb. 12th

This week in Social Studies we'll be finishing up our Mesopotamia Unit.  We've got 2 assignments due this week, both on Wed: our Mesopotamia Culture Poster and Ch. 2 Sec. 5 assignment.  These should be able to be completed in class.  We should be having our unit test on Friday, Feb. 16th.  Students will be getting a study guide that will help focus their studying on Wednesday.

Parents: * Ask to see your student's Social Studies notebook.  We attach completed assignments into our notebook as well as notes in the first 3 sections of their 5 subject notebook.  The 4th section is reserved for Key Terms from our current unit and the 5th section contains our Daily Journal Questions.  Reviewing their SS notebook will give you a very good idea how they're doing so far this quarter.  Also, grades are being posted on Infinite Campus, so be sure to check in with how they're doing on there too! 

Here are a couple of resources you may find helpful:

Social Studies class syllabus

6th Grade Social Studies Reporting Standards

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Science News- Week of Feb. 12th

This week, we will be wrapping up our Matter and Chemistry Unit with our final Chemistry demonstration projects and our atoms and elements test.

Monday: Balancing Chemical Equations Lesson and Activities

Tuesday: Balancing Chemical Equations Practice

Wednesday: Chemistry Demonstration Projects

Thursday: Chemistry Demonstration Projects, Study Guide

Friday: Atoms and Elements Assessment

ELA News Week of 2/12

Nightly homework:  Read at least 20 min!

Monday: Literature circle 5, argument scavenger hunt
Tuesday: IMC book talks, semicolon usage
Wednesday: Literature circle 6, argument essay planner
Thursday: "Law of the Land" assessment
Friday: Literature circle 7


The pencil supply that we had from the beginning of the year has been depleted.  Please check with your child/student to see if they need more pencils to get them through the remainder of the school year.  Many students are resorting to using colored pencils or markers, which is not an ideal situation.  Thank you for your attention to this matter!