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February 26
Week in Review February 26th,
Week in Review   
  LA  Students presented their Wix sites and we are very pleased with the creativity and final products ! After March Break, we are starting our Speak Out Unit in which we will be focusing on our speaking and listening skills.  
Humanities: Students wrapped up their Notable Black New Brunswickers assignment and we had presentation in class.  
Math- Finished multiplying Fractions and now are working on Dividing Fractions 
ScienceWorking on the Tsunami puzzle project ​
February 26
6A1 (Reynolds) Math/Science Homework - Friday, February 26th, 2021

Math - We are continuing to learn about patterns and equations in class. Notes can be found in the ClassNotebook on MS Teams.

Science - We wrote our quiz on the Solar System today in class. We will be continuing in our Space unit after March Break.​

FreshGrade - Students have uploaded their Planet Project rubric to their FreshGrade accounts this week. Hard copies can also be found in the Evaluation section of their Math/Science binder.​


Have a great March Break!

February 26
6A2 (Marks) Homework (Math, Science, Homeroom) - Friday, February 26th, 2021

Math - We are continuing to learn about patterns and equations in class. Notes can be found in the ClassNotebook on MS Teams.

Science - We wrote our quiz on the Solar System today in class. We will be continuing in our Space unit after March Break.​

FreshGrade - Students have uploaded their Planet Project rubric to their FreshGrade accounts this week. Hard copies can also be found in the Evaluation section of their Math/Science binder.

Next week is March Break (March 1st-5th). There is no school for students and staff. Enjoy your week off!

6A2 has Phys. Ed. on Monday, March 8th.

Starting on Monday, March 8th, 6A2 will be eating in the cafeteria again for 2 weeks

Starting on Monday, March 8th, 6A2 will have outdoor options on Mondays and Thursdays. Please make sure that your child comes to school dressed appropriately for the weather as we will be going outside for 25 minutes.

February 25
6A1 (Reynolds) Math/Science Homework - Thursday, February 25th, 2021

Math - Today we looked at balancing equations. Notes can be found in the ClassNotebook on MS Teams.​

Science - There will be a quiz on planets tomorrow (Friday, February 26th). We played a jeopardy review game and completed a pre-quiz in class this week - both have been posted in MS Teams. Notes from our Solar System Jigsaw are attached.Solar system jigsaw answer key 2021.docxSolar system jigsaw answer key 2021.docx I have also posted these in the ClassNotebook on MS Teams. Students DO NOT need to memorize all information in the chart. They will be responsible for general trends/information including:

- planet composition (which planets are made out of rock/gas/ice)

- moons (which planets have moons, which planets don't, which planet has the most moons)

- rings (which planets have rings)

- mass (which planet has the largest/smallest mass)

- age (which planet are you the oldest/youngest and why does your age change on other planets)

- distance from the Sun (order planets from closest to the Sun to furthest from the Sun)

- planet size (which planet is the largest/smallest)

- planet temperature (which planet is the coldest/warmest)

- rotation period (which planet has the longest/shortest rotation period)

- revolution period (which planet has the longest/shortest revolution period)

- For Earth, students should know the diameter, distance from the Sun, number of moons, number of rings, rotation and revolution periods​​​​​​

February 25
6A2 (Marks) Homework (Math, Science, Homeroom) - Thursday, February 25th, 2021

Math - Today we looked at balancing equations. Notes can be found in the ClassNotebook on MS Teams.​

Science - There will be a quiz on planets tomorrow (Friday, February 26th). We played a jeopardy review game and completed a pre-quiz in class this week - both have been posted in MS Teams. Notes from our Solar System Jigsaw are attached.Solar system jigsaw answer key 2021.docxSolar system jigsaw answer key 2021.docx I have also posted these in the ClassNotebook on MS Teams. Students DO NOT need to memorize all information in the chart. They will be responsible for general trends/information including:

- planet composition (which planets are made out of rock/gas/ice)

- moons (which planets have moons, which planets don't, which planet has the most moons)

- rings (which planets have rings)

- mass (which planet has the largest/smallest mass)

- age (which planet are you the oldest/youngest and why does your age change on other planets)

- distance from the Sun (order planets from closest to the Sun to furthest from the Sun)

- planet size (which planet is the largest/smallest)

- planet temperature (which planet is the coldest/warmest)

- rotation period (which planet has the longest/shortest rotation period)

- revolution period (which planet has the longest/shortest revolution period)

- For Earth, students should know the diameter, distance from the Sun, number of moons, number of rings, rotation and revolution periods​​​​​

Winter Carnival - Tomorrow is Pyjama Day. Students are encouraged to wear their pyjamas to school to earn points for team purple.

February 24
6A1 (Reynolds) Math/Science Homework - Wednesday, February 24th, 2021

Math - We completed an in class Teams assignment on patterns today.​


Science - There will be a quiz on planets on Friday, February 26th. We played a jeopardy review game today in class that has been posted in MS Teams. Students will complete a pre-quiz tomorrow in class. Notes from our Solar System Jigsaw are attached.Solar system jigsaw answer key 2021.docxSolar system jigsaw answer key 2021.docx I have also posted these in the ClassNotebook on MS Teams. Students DO NOT need to memorize all information in the chart. They will be responsible for general trends/information including:

- planet composition (which planets are made out of rock/gas/ice)

- moons (which planets have moons, which planets don't, which planet has the most moons)

- rings (which planets have rings)

- mass (which planet has the largest/smallest mass)

- age (which planet are you the oldest/youngest and why does your age change on other planets)

- distance from the Sun (order planets from closest to the Sun to furthest from the Sun)

- planet size (which planet is the largest/smallest)

- planet temperature (which planet is the coldest/warmest)

- rotation period (which planet has the longest/shortest rotation period)

- revolution period (which planet has the longest/shortest revolution period)

- For Earth, students should know the diameter, distance from the Sun, number of moons, number of rings, rotation and revolution periods​​​​​

February 24
6A2 (Marks) Homework (Homeroom, Math and Science) - Wednesday, February 24th, 2021

Math - We completed an in class Teams assignment on patterns today.​


Science - There will be a quiz on planets on Friday, February 26th. We played a jeopardy review game today in class that has been posted in MS Teams. Students will complete a pre-quiz tomorrow in class. Notes from our Solar System Jigsaw are attached.Solar system jigsaw answer key 2021.docxSolar system jigsaw answer key 2021.docx I have also posted these in the ClassNotebook on MS Teams. Students DO NOT need to memorize all information in the chart. They will be responsible for general trends/information including:

- planet composition (which planets are made out of rock/gas/ice)

- moons (which planets have moons, which planets don't, which planet has the most moons)

- rings (which planets have rings)

- mass (which planet has the largest/smallest mass)

- age (which planet are you the oldest/youngest and why does your age change on other planets)

- distance from the Sun (order planets from closest to the Sun to furthest from the Sun)

- planet size (which planet is the largest/smallest)

- planet temperature (which planet is the coldest/warmest)

- rotation period (which planet has the longest/shortest rotation period)

- revolution period (which planet has the longest/shortest revolution period)

- For Earth, students should know the diameter, distance from the Sun, number of moons, number of rings, rotation and revolution periods​​​​

Winter Carnival - Tomorrow is Crazy Hat/Hair Day. Students are encouraged to participate to earn points for team purple.


6A2 will be going outdoors for options tomorrow. Students should come dressed appropriately for the weather as we will be going outside for 25 minutes.

February 23
6E3 Social Studies

SS assignment on MS Teams ("Syrian Refugee Crisis") due tomorrow.


February 23
6A1 (Reynolds) Math/Science Homework - Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021

Science - There will be a quiz on planets on Friday, February 26th. Notes from our Solar System Jigsaw are attached.Solar system jigsaw answer key 2021.docxSolar system jigsaw answer key 2021.docx I have also posted these in the ClassNotebook on MS Teams. Students DO NOT need to memorize all information in the chart. They will be responsible for general trends/information including:

- planet composition (which planets are made out of rock/gas/ice)

- moons (which planets have moons, which planets don't, which planet has the most moons)

- rings (which planets have rings)

- mass (which planet has the largest/smallest mass)

- age (which planet are you the oldest/youngest and why does your age change on other planets)

- distance from the Sun (order planets from closest to the Sun to furthest from the Sun)

- planet size (which planet is the largest/smallest)

- planet temperature (which planet is the coldest/warmest)

- rotation period (which planet has the longest/shortest rotation period)

- revolution period (which planet has the longest/shortest revolution period)

- For Earth, students should know the diameter, distance from the Sun, number of moons, number of rings, rotation and revolution periods​​​

February 23
6A2 (Marks) Homework (Homeroom, Math and Science) - Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021

Science - There will be a quiz on planets on Friday, February 26th. Notes from our Solar System Jigsaw are attached.Solar system jigsaw answer key 2021.docxSolar system jigsaw answer key 2021.docx I have also posted these in the ClassNotebook on MS Teams. Students DO NOT need to memorize all information in the chart. They will be responsible for general trends/information including:

- planet composition (which planets are made out of rock/gas/ice)

- moons (which planets have moons, which planets don't, which planet has the most moons)

- rings (which planets have rings)

- mass (which planet has the largest/smallest mass)

- age (which planet are you the oldest/youngest and why does your age change on other planets)

- distance from the Sun (order planets from closest to the Sun to furthest from the Sun)

- planet size (which planet is the largest/smallest)

- planet temperature (which planet is the coldest/warmest)

- rotation period (which planet has the longest/shortest rotation period)

- revolution period (which planet has the longest/shortest revolution period)

- For Earth, students should know the diameter, distance from the Sun, number of moons, number of rings, rotation and revolution periods​​

6A2 has Phys. Ed. tomorrow. Students should come dressed in comfortable clothing and have indoor shoes and a water bottle.

Tomorrow is Pink Shirt Day. Students are encouraged to wear a pink shirt in support of anti-bullying initiatives.

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