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Sixth Grade Grow in Christ!
Mrs. Pottle, Ms. Meloche, Ms. Allen, Mrs. Price, Mrs. Robichaux, Mrs. H. Guidry, Ms. C. Guidry, Sra. Garcia, Mme Ducote
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Important Dates to Know.....

*****Sixth Grade Summer Reading*****

 

One required novel:  Half a Chance by Cynthia Lord

Two free-choice novels:  Please choose something appropriate for your reading/grade level and something you've not read before.

 

PLEASE NOTE:  You must annotate the required novel. Remember that annotating means making explanatory notes as you read. Yes, it is helpful to underline, bracket, highlight, and use asterisks, but you must make notes in the margins or between lines. Part of your summer reading grade will be on your annotations. Please follow the methods of annotating found on the “How to Annotate” handout in your summer packet.


Suggestions for annotations:  setting (time and place), plot elements (exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and denouement), character description and development, theme, and literary elements such as foreshadowing and symbolism and figurative language such as simile, metaphor, and personification.

 

Have all 3 books read by the first day of school and bring all 3 with you to class.  You will do your written work on the novels in class.  Each assignment will be worth 40 points, and those grades will be your first grades of the new school year. 

 

 ENJOY YOUR READING AND YOUR SUMMER!


For 2015-2016 school year: 


     Every day, students need their binders with supplies and their charged iPads.

See teachers' individual pages on this site for daily homework and other important information.





  • Click on the Calender tab to the left to view upcoming tests and projects.
    Click on each teacher's subject tab to view class content, homework information, important links, and information to assist you in the class.


"Keep your roots deep in Christ and have your lives built on Him."  Colossians 2: 6,7

Ascension Episcopal School is committed to academic excellence in a Christian environment. Our goals are to provide each student with the opportunity to achieve high academic standards, to gain appreciation for the arts, and to grow spiritually, emotionally, socially and physically.

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