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In February, the hard work of the sixth graders paid off as they presented at the Social Studies Fair! At the "Wax Museum," the students “became” Milton Hershey, Sacagawea, Amelia Earhart, and Blackbeard, the famous pirate. They presented information about their person and also answered multiple questions from the museum guests. It was a very fun and entertaining evening. Thank you to everyone who was able to join us!

The students are becoming very proficient in using fractions, as well as changing fractions to percents and to decimals and converting them between all three forms. They are learning formulas for finding area for a variety of polygons in math, while also using formulas in science. They are calculating speed, velocity, acceleration, forces, and momentum while studying Isaac Newton’s laws of motion and gravity.

The sixth grade has been enjoying the snow that has fallen, as well as the fairly mild temperatures. We pray that you are also able to enjoy all of the blessings that God gives us during the winter months!