The Sixth Grade year is filled with multiple ways to deepen your child’s’ faith and relationship with religion. A few ways we will be extending your child’s faith journey is as follows: daily classroom prayer, weekly adoration, weekly mass attendance, and a focus on Saint Francis in the month of October. There will also be a grade level service project and a mission day fundraiser.
Within the classroom setting, students will be provided an encompassing curriculum. Students will be given instruction in religion, reading, language arts, math, science, and social studies. Our goal is to educate students while helping them grow their faith. We will provide them with ways to become critical thinkers.
Sixth Graders will learn how to use critical thinking in all areas of learning, including their emotional and social development. Students will work towards becoming avid decision makers, problem solvers, experimenters, and investigative thinkers.
A Sixth Grade highlight is March Mammal Madness and a World Fair Exhibition. Students develop their research, reading, writing, technology and art skills while learning about different mammals. This month long event provides healthy competition and fun memories for students! Other school favorites include field trips, guest speakers, religious and academic projects based on our curriculum content.