SIXTH GRADE


Teacher: Mr. Allen
Language Arts 6, Social Studies 6-8
allen_c@desalescincy.org
(513) 961-1953 xt 116


Teacher: Mrs. Beck
Math 6-8
beck_j@desalescincy.org
(513) 961-1953 xt 115


Teacher: Mrs. Judy Maly
Religion Grades 5-8
maly_j@desalescincy.org
(513) 961-1953 xt 181

Teacher: Mrs. Owen
Science/Health 5-8
owen_h@desalescincy.org
(513) 961-1953 xt 121


Teacher: Mrs. Rachael Thomas
Reading & Language Arts Grades 6-8
thomas_r@desalescincy.org
(513) 961-1953 xt 118


(Please be aware that during the school day, teachers may be unavailable due to classroom instruction time.)

Discipline:

In order to provide a safe environment where all students can learn, the junior high students will follow the Saint Francis de Sales Code of Conduct as outlined in the handbook. There will be rewards for those students who consistently follow the Code of Conduct and consequences for those who do not.


Rewards:

Students will be recognized for exhibiting a positive, respectful behavior and attitude in the classroom and around the school building. Students will receive “reward points” for going above and beyond what is expected of them in their behavior. These points can be turned in with the student’s homeroom teacher in exchange for various prizes. Students with no detentions and/or conduct referrals are recognized at the end of each quarter.


Our basic tenet is “Students have a right to learn and teachers have the right to teach.” Any student interfering with this basic belief is subject to the following reprimands:

• Students will receive a Check Mark for each behavior infraction. Each check comes with a corresponding consequence. Four checks equal a detention, which a student will serve after school on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday from 3:30-4:15.

A more detailed explanation of the check system, and the discipline system, can be found in the Parent/Student Handbook.

Please review the Parent/Student Handbook for specifics regarding uniforms and behavior expectations.

LABEL EVERYTHING: Please write your child’s name on EVERYTHING.  Your child’s items look just like everyone else’s.  Things get lost, misplaced or accidentally picked up by someone else, especially clothing: Gym clothes, sweaters, jackets, etc.


•One (1) Book Bag, one that will fit into locker No wheels (see
•Parent/Student Handbook
•USB Flash Drive/Jump Drive
•Filler Paper- get wide rule lines. Must not be torn from notebooks;
•NO RAGGED EDGES
•Six (6) one -subject spiral notebooks- Green for LA, Purple for
•Reading, Blue for Math, Orange or Black for religion, Red for
•Science and Yellow for Social Studies. Do Not bring extra
•spirals and expect to tear out and hand in work on paper with
“ragged” edge
•Six (6) Two-Pocket Folders- Green for LA, Purple for Reading,
•Blue for Math, Orange or Black for religion, Red for Science,
Yellow for Social Studies.
•1” Binder for Social Studies
•Pens- blue and black ink only, for assignments (get lots- the multi
packets provide savings!) All assignments are to be written in
pen-except puzzles, crosswords, diagrams, and math-otherwise
expect to use pens!!! If you make lots of mistakes- get erasable
pens!! Students must have 2 pens in their possession at ALL
TIMES
•Two (2) Red Pens
•Pencils- Multi-pack is useful-with eraser
•Colored Pencils- Box of 8 sufficient
•Highlighters- get multi pack with different colors-at least 4
•One (1) ream of white Copy Paper
•Markers-NO CRAYONS
•Scissors- sturdy enough to cut folded construction paper.
•Pencil Bag or Box- Something to keep your stuff from rolling
away.
•Three (3) Large size boxes of tissues- These will be shared and
the school will not provide them. We may need more throughout
the school year.

MONDAY:
Music

TUESDAY:
Art

WEDNESDAY:
Music & Gym

THURSDAY:
No Specials

FRIDAY:
Gym