NewsFlash!

Wednesday, November 8

Thank you for checking the Newsflash! Thanks to all who made it to conferences, the last 2 should be tomorrow. 

Friday is half way through the second quarter. Please check Aeries to be sure you are up to date on missing/absent/retakes and reading.

Book orders passed out last week and this week - due Monday!

Please see list below for the annual PINT canned food drive. All donations due the 16th.

(Hard to read - donations include potatoes, canned vegetables, canned pumpkins, canned milk, rolls, turkey gravy, $ to purchase turkeys, cranberry sauce, foil, pie crust, shortening, flour, sugar, or any other canned goods.)

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Sunday, October 22


Hard to believe that we are already at our second week of the second quarter! Student Led Conferences are this week. If you have not signed up for a conference, please do so tomorrow. (Orange paper sent home - we can get you another tomorrow if you need one.)

Wednesday is wear pink day and Friday is wear red for Red Ribbon Week.

Thanks once again for signing up for this Newsflash and reading it!

Friday, October 13

End of quarter today! If you have any retakes, absent, or missing work, we will accept it up until the end of homework club Monday. (3:45) Please check Aeries to be sure you are up to date!

A HUGE thank you to all of the Lassen chaperones, it was an amazing day! Please ask your student if you are a chaperone and have not received your thank you notes.

Breakerspace started today! Please bring in your non-working items (computers, printers, VCRs, vacuums etc, so we can take them apart, se how they work, keep anything of value and recycle the rest. No televisions or monitors please. Also, if you have any spare gloves at home, we could use them.

Our thoughts are with the folks dealing with fire across California. Stay tuned, the students are thinking of ways we can help.

A special thank you to Kathie - check out our Halloween themed library!
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Thanks for reading the Newsflash and checking Aeries!

-Tuesday, October 3
We are still waiting for a couple of permission slips for Lassen. Please turn them in tomorrow. We have had some things come up and we are very close with seats. Thank you all for being flexible and understanding. 

Reminder to be at school at 7am Friday, we will be back between 4-6pm. 

Thank you to all of the drivers and parent volunteers! You may pick up your packet of info and maps on Thursday from 3-5:30, or Friday morning at 7am.

The weather forcast is great right now (40-65 degrees F), but remember it will likely be a bit cooler on the mountain. Here is a copy of what to bring that we sent home last week:

Backpack
Water (at least 2 large bottles)
Lunch/snacks
Appropriate Footwear
Extra Socks
Sunscreen/hat/sunglasses
Several layers, at least one waterproof
A positive attitude!

A special thanks to Kathie, our librarian. If you have not seen our decorated library - you need to stop by!

 Thanks for signing up for and reading the Newsflash!



Wednesday, September 27th
Thanks to Codey's grandfather and Ryan's mom for the help with tie dye shirts today!
Instructions sent home today, but just in case:

Do not rinse until tomorrow morning.

Rinse under cold water as you carefully remove your rubber bands. If you must use scissors, be very careful as your shirt will cut easily.

When you get clear water coming out of your shirt, immediately put it in the washing machine and wash it in hot water with regular detergent.

Dry in dryer.

Be sure to wipe down the washing maching of any excess dye that might have dripped anywhere.

Tie dyes should be kept clear of lighter colors for the first few washes but after that they can be treated as any other colored item in your laundry.

Book orders due tomorrow, and Lassen permission slips are due Monday. Thanks!


Thursday, September 7th

For all readers at 5% of their A/R goal or higher:

7:45 Pancake Breakfast tommorrow in the E6 lab!

We hope that everyone can be at 10% of their goal by Friday.

A trumpet came up missing after school today. Mr. Light, the custodian, the teachers and several other staff and students searched for over an hour. If you have any information or happened to pick it up by accident, please email Mr. H. ASAP. There is a reward.
gholman@pusdk12.org

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Wednesday, August 30th
Most students have signed up for Aeries in class. Their sign-up code should be in their planner. We encourage all families to be able to look at Aeries to see current attendance and grades in all classes. 

Tomorrow is Back-to-School Night! It starts in the gym at 5:30. After a short presentation, come on up to Evergreen to find out about our year.

Our Lassen hike is coming up October 6th! Please see the green flyer sent last week. Thanks to those who returned it and can drive/chaperone. Still looking for several more drivers to make this possible. Insurance forms are available from Mr. H.

Picture day is Thursday, September 7th. Handouts are in both classrooms and packets will go home soon.

Thank you for signing up for and reading the Newsflash - hope to see you tomorrow night!


Field Trips scheduled so far (chaperones needed for all)
Friday, October 6th - Mt. Lassen
Thursday, March 29th - Feather Falls Hike
Monday-Wednesday, June 4-6 - Camp at Plumas-Eureka State Park

Tuesday, August 15
First Day of School was great! Thanks to everyone for a great day! Please check your planner for homework (very little this week) and take this short week to get back in the swing of school. A couple of items to know:

We could use Pringle's cans (empty), brown paper bags and tissue (for the class.)

Also, our water fountain is broken. Please bring a water bottle so that you do not need to walk far to get a drink. 

Thanks again for a great day - we look forward to a great year!


Dear Future E6 Students and Families,

Welcome to Evergreen 6!

As you get ready for school, we thought it might be helpful if we shared some details with you. Evergreen 6 is a program within Paradise Intermediate School. We share their office, administration, cafeteria, elective teachers and school hours (8:26am-2:46 pm). Wednesdays are early out at 1:50pm. There is no supervision at Evergreen 6 in the mornings. Students arriving before school starts must report to the Intermediate School cafeteria until excused to class. Evergreen students ride the Intermediate School buses. Please call transportation to find out your route (872-6484).

At Evergreen 6, students use organizers/planners. These will be provided in the first week of school. Students should expect to read at least two hours per week at home in their A.R. books. Outside of reading, homework usually averages about 45-60 minutes a night, which includes all the core subjects: Language Arts, Science, Math and Social Studies.

Supplies students need include: pens, pencils, a 3 ring binder, 8 1/2” X 11” wide ruled paper (3 holes), white board markers, a 3 ringed binder for math and a few spiral-bound notebooks. Optional Supplies include: an empty Pringles can (for science the first weeks of school), glue sticks, and a calculator.

The following are some items from our Evergreen 6 Wish List: boxes of tissue, used books for our library, Band-Aids, assorted prizes for our raffles, playground equipment, Box-Tops for Education, Campbell’s Soup labels, and landscape tools such as shovels, rakes, gloves, etc.

For more information about our program, please explore our website and sign up at the bottom of that page for our Newsflash. We look forward to meeting you and your family and we are excited about starting a new school year with a wonderful new class!

Sincerely,

Evergreen 6 Staff


 

To help get a head start on the year, we encourage students to find a book to read that they can use to start off the year ahead towards their reading goal. We will allow everyone to take a test on one book they have read during the summer. For good ideas of what to read, we recommend this site:

 

http://www.readkiddoread.com/home

 

In 6thgrade, we study the following:

 

Science: Earth Science

Focus (volcanoes, weathering, earthquakes, energy, etc.)

 

Math: Pre-Algebra

(Strengthening and expanding on what you learned in 5thgrade)

 

Social Studies: Ancient Civilizations

 

English/ Language Arts: Fostering your skills in

reading, writing, spelling and grammar as well as public speaking

 

Spend some time to look around our website and you will find many links to past projects, interesting things and some links with games that will help you brush up on your academic skills.



Supplies Needed for School:

 

Pens
3 ring binder w/dividers & 70 pages of paper
Pencils
8 1/2” X 11” wide rule paper (3 holes)

 

Optional Supplies:

 

An empty Pringles can (for science the first weeks of school)
Water bottle (clear only)
Glue stick
A box of tissue to share with the class

 

 


Powerpoint from E6 Back to School Night:

Back-to-School-Night-Holman2017.pdf