The word of God is living and effective, able to discern reflections and thoughts of the heart. Hebrews 4:12
Please check Mrs. Pizzuto's page for her schedule of tests in Reading, Science, and Math 6-2.
RELIGION - Friday, January 19 - Chapter 13 Test (tentative)
MATH 6-1 - Wednesday, January 31 - Chapter 8 Test
SOCIAL STUDIES - Wednesday, January 17 - Ancient Egypt Chapter Test
ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS - RACES essays for Ancient Egypt test are due Wednesday, January 17. There are two essays to complete. The first has been drafted in class and needs to be written or typed in final form. The second question was started in class and needs to be finished at home.
With the exception of Language Arts, all graded assignments are weighted as follows: Tests 40%, quizzes 20%, projects 15%, homework 10%, classwork 10%, copybooks 5%. I do not grade all homework, but I do collect it randomly to hold the students accountable for completing their work.
In Language Arts, the grading scale is as follows: Tests 40%, spelling 20%, quizzes 15%, homework 10%, classwork 10%, copybooks 5%. I send home everything I grade in the weekly test folders so that parents are well-informed. In the case of projects which need to meet certain criteria, I will send the rubric home even if the project is on display at school. Copybook grades are written directly in the copybooks with my comments. If you have any questions about my grading policies, please feel free to contact me.
Christ Our Life - Chapter Study Guides and Games
For All Saints Day - When the Saints Go Marching In
World Studies: The Ancient World - Link to maps, online learning activities, and chapter review games. You need the online codes from the textbook to access the content.
Progress in Mathematics - Skill Practice and Review
Rack up your math practice minutes at IXL.com
Need more help in math? Search Khan Academy for excellent teaching videos and skill practice.
New American Bible online - includes the daily readings and a search function
World Atlas Online
Be respectful - Treat everyone in the class exactly how you wish to be treated.
Be prepared - Bring all materials and completed assignments to class.
Be enthusiastic - Have a positive attitude and a desire to learn.
Be prayerful - Offer your words, thoughts, deeds, and accomplishments to God! He loves you!
Be loving - Jesus said, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’"
When classroom expectations are not being met, the following consequences will occur:
1. I will give the student a verbal warning.
2. After a verbal warning, I will write a comment in the homework pad that must be signed by the parent. Three written comments in one trimester will result in an after school detention.
3. If the negative behavior continues, I will contact a parent through phone or email.
Have a week! Please do not hesitate to contact me with questions or concerns.
In Christ's love,