Welcome to Sixth Grade!

This page has all the information for your 6th grader.  To skip to an assignment section, use the links below.


School Closure Information will be found here and then through email. 

All main communicating should be kept through our Faith Tutorial office not the West Jackson Church office. SAVE this number in your phone 731-225-8172 or During tutorial hours Tues/ Thurs (our landline) 731-512-3492
  1. We start Promptly at 8:30.  Please arrive no earlier than 8:15 so students have time to visit, go to the restroom and get ready for our day. Pick up is at 12:15.  Please arrive by 12:10 for timely pick up.
  2. At this age it is important to socialize and always be kind. Great behavior is expected. We want everyone to have a great school year.

Daily Schedule

2020 ELEMENTARY SCHEDULES 4th, 5th and 6th

Snack Schedule for 4th 5th 6th grades, Oct-Dec.

Language Arts 6th Grade

Mrs. Amy 

Get to know me: Chandler welcome letter

Materials for 4th quarter: English 6 Student Text(2nd edition), Number the Stars- novel and study guide workbook  *all to be brought each tutorial day.

End of March-May Calendar 6th Grade –>6th Agenda March-May

List of Poems to Memorize:Poem Options to Memorize

If you have any questions about English, please email  amyehchandler@gmail.com 

Math 6th Grade

Continue to work hard in Math. Great job!


Home Stretch–   April 5th-Lesson 26    April 12th–Lesson 27    April 19th–Lesson 28    April 26th–Lesson 29

May 3rd–Lesson 30   May 10th –Hands- on math and review activities   May 18th–finish up work

May 20th–Field Day-Fun Day

Meet Mrs. Michelle–click here–McFarland Intro Letter – 2020

Questions for Math–click here– Questions and Answers for Math u see

Any questions about Math, please email Michelle McFarland at mom.3kids@charter.net.

Science 6th Grade

Mrs. Dottie

Myatt Welcome Letter 6th grade

Myatt Expectations 6th grade

Materials: Science 6 Student Text (4th edition), Science 6 Activity Manual, and Science 6 Tests. These materials are published by bjupress and can be purchased at https://www.bjupress.com/category/grade-5-science-curriculum. Students will bring the test booklet to class on the first day so that we can keep them for use during class.

Additional items to have on hand to send to tutorial on designated days: ruler with inches and cm; box for solar oven (mid-March)

Additional items to have at home for activities throughout the year (see agenda for planned dates):

Locate the Epicenter (mid-Aug.): compass with pencil
How Much Water (mid-Sept.): tape measure to measure your yard
Wanted: U or Your Element (early Dec.): 1 piece white or light-colored card stock
Mock Science Fair Project (Jan.): any materials your child needs to complete the project

6th Grade Science Agenda Nov 2020-May 2021 Revised.

This agenda was revised after Thanksgiving. It is still very tentative! It will be adjusted based on numerous factors that impact our schedule. Check your student’s planner for changes and reminders. I set aside several minutes during science class to allow the students to write the homework assignment in their planners. Please follow the planner instead of the agenda.

Mock Science Fair Projects: Everyone can breathe a BIG sigh of relief since the Mock Science Fair Projects are finished, graded, and returned! As I read their Post-project Summaries and posters, I was so proud of the students! They worked very hard from the first step of exploring possible topics to the last section being glued on the poster. When I asked what they learned from the experience, they said they learned it takes a long time, a lot of work, and attention to detail. What a valuable lesson to learn! Their summary grade sheets included comments that they can use to improve future science fair projects. Thank you for your support through this major assignment!

Solar Oven ideas (for 3/4/21):

How to Make a Shoebox Solar Oven

Pizza Box Solar Oven

Easy Solar Oven

DIY Solar Oven

Solar Oven: STEM

Please contact me anytime at dlwmyatt@gmail.com.


April 29
1.  Today’s lesson was on keying full sentences.
2.  The students practiced typing sentences found in their textbook.  Then they typed 10 sentences about themselves.
2. For fun and extra practice, let them go to http://www.typing.com and play some typing games.  They can also
     go to  http://www.typingtest.com and practice some WPM (word per minute) tests.

If you ever have any questions or concerns, please contact me at mselizabethft@gmail.com. Click on this link for the Keyboarding Agenda.