Mrs. Scogin´s Sixth Grade Class

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    Welcome to Sixth Grade!
     
    books with apple and glasses  August Newsletter
     
    Teacher Message
     
    Welcome to sixth grade!  I am so excited to start our journey together through the last year of your student's Elementary School experience.  On the first day of school, I will be sending home my information packet with your child.  Please take some time these first days of school to look over and review with your child.  There is a parent/student contract paper, that needs to be signed and returned to me no later than Friday, August 25th; as well as a parent volunteer form, and parent contact informtion form. In addition, I have included some stationary and envelope for you to write to me about your child (see parent letter for direction). Parents, please make sure that all forms and letter is back to me as soon as possible.  Thank you!
     
     
     
    This Week:  
    Monday: No School!
    Tuesday: No School!
    Wednesday: No School!
    Thursday: First Day of School!
    Friday: Start diving into the standards! 
     
    Donations:  
    H-2 is need to of the following supplies: 
    • Prizes for our class and "Golden" store
    • Tissues
    • Sharpened pencils
    • copy paper
    • colored pencils
    Thank you in advance! 
     
     
     
  • Weekly Homework

    8/17: Information Packets (Due: Friday, August 25th)

    8/18: Information Packets; Mini Society Money; Reading Log

     
     
    Friendly Reminders for the Beginning of the Year

    8/17: First Day of School!

     
     
     
     
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Mrs. Amy Scogin

Phone: (760) 604-4193

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

BA- California Baptist University Multiple Subject Teaching Credential- California Baptist University (Supplemental Teaching Credential in English) MS- University of Phoenix

Mrs. Amy Scogin

"You have the brains in your head, the feet in your shoes, you can steer yourself any direction you choose.  Kid, you'll move mountains!" (Dr. Seuss)