Great Expectations: Partnering for Your Child’s Future

Sixth Grade

Our sixth grade students are learning much more than to read, write, do math, and understand key concepts in science and social studies.

By the end of the year, sixth grade students can write questions that lead to interesting investigations; use the online catalog to locate specific books and browse the shelves; use several formats, including Web sites and subscription databases as sources of information; combine information and inferences to draw conclusions and create meaning; present facts and conclusions in a variety of ways; and follow safety procedures when using the Internet.