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Weekly News
September 2ndSeptember 6th
Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s):
Homework is assigned most every night in math. Students should have their planner filled out with homework each night. Homework falls into Daily Work which counts 40% of their average. Tests and Quizzes count 60% of their average. Homework in math should never take longer than 15 minutes to complete.
In addition, students should be reviewing their Cornell Notes nightly. Students are allowed to use their Cornell Notes on all of their Daily Work assignments only. They will not be able to use Cornell Notes on any Quizzes or Tests.
I hope that you have a fantastic three day weekend.
Thanks!
Mr. Coleman
Important Dates
Monday, September 2nd: Labor Day (No School)
Thursday, September 5th: Fall Picture Day (Picture will be used for the yearbook.)
Math Weekly Outlook September 2nd6th
Monday: Labor Day (No School)
Tuesday: Beginning Lesson 9.4, Taking Cornell Notes Lesson 9.4, Homework: Discussion Questions
Wednesday: Continue Notes Lesson 9.4, Begin Big Ideas Math Lesson 9.4 on the computer, activity for Lesson 9.4, Homework: Complete Workbook p. 214
Thursday: Finish Lesson 9.4, Completing Big Ideas Math Lesson 9.4, Homework: Study Cornell Notes Lessons 9.19.4 for a QUIZ tomorrow.
Friday: Quiz over Lessons 9.19.4; Complete any missing work if time permits.; Homework: None
Homework is assigned most every night in math. Students should have their planner filled out with homework each night. Homework falls into Daily Work which counts 40% of their average. Tests and Quizzes count 60% of their average. Homework in math should never take longer than 15 minutes to complete.
In addition, students should be reviewing their Cornell Notes nightly. Students are allowed to use their Cornell Notes on all of their Daily Work assignments only. They will not be able to use Cornell Notes on any Quizzes or Tests.
I hope that you have a fantastic three day weekend.
Thanks!
Mr. Coleman
Important Dates
Monday, September 2nd: Labor Day (No School)
Thursday, September 5th: Fall Picture Day (Picture will be used for the yearbook.)
Math Weekly Outlook September 2nd6th
Monday: Labor Day (No School)
Tuesday: Beginning Lesson 9.4, Taking Cornell Notes Lesson 9.4, Homework: Discussion Questions
Wednesday: Continue Notes Lesson 9.4, Begin Big Ideas Math Lesson 9.4 on the computer, activity for Lesson 9.4, Homework: Complete Workbook p. 214
Thursday: Finish Lesson 9.4, Completing Big Ideas Math Lesson 9.4, Homework: Study Cornell Notes Lessons 9.19.4 for a QUIZ tomorrow.
Friday: Quiz over Lessons 9.19.4; Complete any missing work if time permits.; Homework: None
August 26thAugust 30th
Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s):
We are moving right along with learning new topics and using technology. After this week of school, students should have access to all their curriculum on the internet. There will still be some supplemental websites they will use and will get their logins as we use those websites. Students have full access to Big Ideas Math curriculum online. They can access it through our sixth grade website. https://vms6thgrade.weebly.com/parentandstudentwebsites.html
Side note: Homework is assigned most every night in math. Students should have their planner filled out with homework each night. Homework falls in to Daily Assignments which counts 40% of their average. Tests and Quizzes count 60% of their average. Homework in math should never take longer than 15 minutes to complete.
Thanks!
Mr. Coleman
Important Dates
Monday, September 2nd: Labor Day (No School)
Thursday, September 5th: Fall Picture Day (Picture will be used for the yearbook.)
Math Weekly Outlook August 19th23rd
Monday: Continue Lesson 9.2, Completing Big Ideas Math Lesson 9.2, Homework: Complete mean math problems on notebook paper.
Tuesday: Quiz over Lessons 9.1 and 9.2, Begin notes on Lesson 9.3, Homework: None
Wednesday: Continue Notes Lesson 9.3, Begin Big Ideas Math Lesson 9.3 on the computer, activity for Lesson 9.3, Homework: Complete written assignment.
Thursday: Continue Lesson 9.3, Completing Big Ideas Math Lesson 9.3, Homework: Complete workbook Lesson 9.3.
Friday: Activity with Lessons 9.1, 9.2, & 9.3, Homework: None
We are moving right along with learning new topics and using technology. After this week of school, students should have access to all their curriculum on the internet. There will still be some supplemental websites they will use and will get their logins as we use those websites. Students have full access to Big Ideas Math curriculum online. They can access it through our sixth grade website. https://vms6thgrade.weebly.com/parentandstudentwebsites.html
Side note: Homework is assigned most every night in math. Students should have their planner filled out with homework each night. Homework falls in to Daily Assignments which counts 40% of their average. Tests and Quizzes count 60% of their average. Homework in math should never take longer than 15 minutes to complete.
Thanks!
Mr. Coleman
Important Dates
Monday, September 2nd: Labor Day (No School)
Thursday, September 5th: Fall Picture Day (Picture will be used for the yearbook.)
Math Weekly Outlook August 19th23rd
Monday: Continue Lesson 9.2, Completing Big Ideas Math Lesson 9.2, Homework: Complete mean math problems on notebook paper.
Tuesday: Quiz over Lessons 9.1 and 9.2, Begin notes on Lesson 9.3, Homework: None
Wednesday: Continue Notes Lesson 9.3, Begin Big Ideas Math Lesson 9.3 on the computer, activity for Lesson 9.3, Homework: Complete written assignment.
Thursday: Continue Lesson 9.3, Completing Big Ideas Math Lesson 9.3, Homework: Complete workbook Lesson 9.3.
Friday: Activity with Lessons 9.1, 9.2, & 9.3, Homework: None
August 19thAugust 23rd
Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s):
We had a great first week of school. Students are adapting to middle school life very well. We hope that you have a great week.
Thanks!
Mr. Coleman
Important Dates
Friday, August 23rd: First Day Paper work is DUE.
Monday, September 2nd: Labor Day (No School)
Thursday, September 5th: Fall Picture Day (Picture will be used for the yearbook.)
Math Weekly Outlook August 19th23rd
Monday: Unpacking Chapter 9, Notes Lesson 9.1, Begin Big Ideas Math Lesson 9.1 on the computer, Homework: Answering questions using notes.
Tuesday: Continue Lesson 9.1, Completing Big Ideas Math Assignment Lesson 9.1 on the computer, Homework: Complete Workbook Lesson 9.1
Wednesday: Notes Lesson 9.2, Begin Big Ideas Math Lesson 9.2 on the computer, activity for Lesson 9.2, Homework: Complete written assignment.
Thursday: Continue Lesson 9.2, Completing Big Ideas Math Lesson 9.2, Homework: Complete workbook Lesson 9.2.
Friday: Quiz over Lessons 9.1 and 9.2, Begin notes on Lesson 9.3, Homework: None
We had a great first week of school. Students are adapting to middle school life very well. We hope that you have a great week.
Thanks!
Mr. Coleman
Important Dates
Friday, August 23rd: First Day Paper work is DUE.
Monday, September 2nd: Labor Day (No School)
Thursday, September 5th: Fall Picture Day (Picture will be used for the yearbook.)
Math Weekly Outlook August 19th23rd
Monday: Unpacking Chapter 9, Notes Lesson 9.1, Begin Big Ideas Math Lesson 9.1 on the computer, Homework: Answering questions using notes.
Tuesday: Continue Lesson 9.1, Completing Big Ideas Math Assignment Lesson 9.1 on the computer, Homework: Complete Workbook Lesson 9.1
Wednesday: Notes Lesson 9.2, Begin Big Ideas Math Lesson 9.2 on the computer, activity for Lesson 9.2, Homework: Complete written assignment.
Thursday: Continue Lesson 9.2, Completing Big Ideas Math Lesson 9.2, Homework: Complete workbook Lesson 9.2.
Friday: Quiz over Lessons 9.1 and 9.2, Begin notes on Lesson 9.3, Homework: None
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August 12thAugust 16th

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6th Grade News
Dear Parent(s) and Guardian(s): We are off to a great start this school year. All students are beginning to adjust to being in the 6th grade at the middle school. We are very proud of them. We will be trying to get students enrolled to their online materials. Please be patient during this progress. We should have students up and running with online materials by the middle of September. They will be able to access all the materials from their Classlink account. We hope that you are having a great week! Enjoy the weekend! Thanks! 6th Grade Teachers Important Dates to Remember First Day of School Paperwork is DUE by Friday, August 23rd. 