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2015-2016 6th Grade Center Class Officers:
V.P.- Cam Klakamp
Treasurer- Jack Handloser
6th GC Student Council Members:
We have begun our Student of the Month breakfasts-our first breakfast will be in October for the September Students of the Month.
The Superstar team have increased their reward program by chosing Students of the Month for each subject area. For the month of September, congratulations to the following:
from the science department: Lexie Morris
from the social studies department: Luke Lanam
from the math department: Rolando Baltazar
from the English/language arts department: Eliana Baker
Sixth Grade Survival Guide (by the Super Stars) https://goo.gl/jn74h5
Click HERE for the SuperStars (Franklin, Owen, Kleber, Clay) Supply List.
Click HERE for the Explorers (Tormoehlen, McCory, Mahl, Miller) Supply List.
Dream Team (McCarthy, Klakamp, Martin, Schepman) Supply List can be found by hovering over Classrooms above then select Class Web pages and look up teacher by last name. Supply list should be on their page or you can email them directly from there with any questions.
Click HERE for the 2015-2016 School Calendar!
Welcome to the 6th Grade Center
We are happy that you will be with us this school year. Please take time to read through this information and if you have any questions, please feel free to ask, call, email or stop by. We are excited to begin the school year.
Student Activities available to 6th Grade Students
Student council; class officers and representatives (elections take place in September)
Ambassadors-escort new people to their classes
Recyclers-pick up recyclables from the teachers (one time per week)
Sports for 6th Grade Students
Football - go to seymourowlsfootball.com and click on the SAYFL tab (no longer accepting applications)
Cross Country - You must participate in cross country to participate in track next spring (no longer enrolling)
Volleyball (season complete)
Bowling (open enrollment)
Fall Basketball League (accepting students now (10/1)
Swimming starts in late September
basketball (boys and girls)
track (ONLY if you participated in cross country)
Cell phones: you do not need a cell phone at school, we have phones in each room and the office. However, if parents insist that one needs to be at school, the student must have the phone turned off and in their locker.
Homework:you will have about one hour of homework each evening.
Dress Code: khakis, navy, black bottoms (no denim, no stretch pants, no jeggings) tops can be any solid color polo without logo, or spirit wear or t-shirt from previous school. No writing on the t-shirts. If not in compliance, students will be offered a change of clothing or parent may be called to bring in approved clothing.No flip flops or beach wear sandals.
Medication can be brought in by parent, please see the nurse and fill out the appropriate forms. If your child has a tendency to have headaches, please provide pain reliever and fill out appropriate forms..
The drive at the main entrance of the school is reserved for buses only. Pick up/Drop off is the entrance by the flag pole. Your child needs to be in their seat by 8:30. Please have your child to school by 8:20 if they do not eat breakfast or ride a bus. If your child eats breakfast at school, they should be here at 8:00.
Picking up students after school can by done at the flag pole entrance or in the back on Lynn Street. Please make arrangements with your child before school as to who/where they will be picked up. If your child rides a bus, they will be dropped off at the cafeteria doors and picked up in front of the school.
Lockers will be assigned on back to school night or the first couple of days of school. Your child will have plenty of time to practice their combination. Don’t worry, it oftentimes takes students several days to master their locker.
Appointments: Please write the appointment in your students agenda, your student will then report to the office to show the Administrative Assistant and then when the time in the agenda comes, your student should be in the office waiting on the parent.
Communication - please keep in contact with your students teachers, you have access to your students grades, attendance and discipline, take advantage and keep checking for updates. Your students assignments and homework will also be on the Information Now system. Communication is the key to a successful school year for you and your student.
Phone numbers and addresses. Please write down in your student’s agenda emergency contact information your phone numbers and address, please remember to update as numbers/addresses change.
Again, we welcome you to our school and hope you and your student have a wonderful year. Let us know how we can help.
Mrs. Becky Davis, Principal
6th Grade Center