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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
Welcome to Sixth Grade!
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Important Dates to Know.....

April 20 - 24:  ERB Reading Comprehension & Verbal Reasoning

April 27 - May 1:  ERB Math 1 & 2, Quantatative Reasoning 

April 29:  ERB Foreign Language

April 30 at 7 PM:  7th Grade Musical

May 1 at 6:30 PM:  Middle School Spring Dance

May 6-7: ERB Science


MIDDLE SCHOOL ANNUAL SPRING DANCE

(Some details have changed from previous dances.  Please read carefully.)

 What:      Dancing, food, hanging out with friends

Theme:  A Night in Paris

Date:    May 1, 2015

Time:     6:30PM - 9:00PM sharp

Who:      6th -8th grade middle school students and guests

Where:  DT Activity Center

Cost:    Free admission includes a piece of pizza and a drink.

 

Guests:  6th graders are permitted one middle school-aged guest and 7th and 8th graders are permitted two.   ALL guests must be signed up at lunch recess by Fri., May 1.   8th graders, please email Miss Meloche with names by noon on Friday.  (Those not in appropriate dress or not included on guest list will not be allowed into the dance.)

 

Dress:  Students are expected to wear dressy-casual attire.  This year, the Student Council has a dressy theme.   NO JEANS.   Boys must wear a collared shirt.  If girls choose to wear a dress, both shoulder straps should be at least as wide as the width of two fingers.  Skirt or dress length should be school-appropriate (not above the young lady’s fingertips when her arms rest to her sides).

 

Money:  Students may want to bring extra money to take pictures-$3 each for the first print and $1 each for any additional prints of the same pose.  Extra pizza or drink costs $1 each.


For 2014-2015 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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