Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Sixth Grade Celebration of Learning

  • 88,570 minutes of instruction (188 days of school)
  • 752 homework assignments
  • 280 reading logs
We have a lot to celebrate!
  • Sixth graders have independently read 76,367,826 words in 3,561 books
  • Plus, we have each read about 471,111 words in English class
  • 63% of sixth graders are now above grade level in reading ability
    (twice as high when compared to the start of the year!)
  • 93% of students met their reading MAP goals!
  • 95% of students met their math MAP goals!

Watch our students reflect on what they learned
and their favorite memories from this school year:

Check out some of our writing!

Last Day of English Class :(

AIM: IWBAT reflect on my growth during my sixth grade year at KIPP Bayview Academy.

1. Quill: Complete all unfinished lessons

2. Homework Check"Oh, the Places You'll Go!" by Dr. Seuss

3. Reflection on Sixth Grade Year in English & Reading

4. Thank-You Notes to Teachers: Write short notes of appreciation to your teachers on the cards provided:
  • RED: Ms. Larkin
  • PINK: Ms. Coffin
  • YELLOW: Mr. Schaefer
  • ORANGE: Mr. Survillion
  • BLUE: Mr. Twarek

5. Author's Chair: Share Portrait Poems with Class

6. "The Last Lesson" by Alphonse Daudet (audiobook)

Finished Early?