This Week’s News

It sounds as though most students thoroughly enjoyed the spring vacation, but a few students were also sick during the vacation, which, of course, was not fun for those students. We are now in the final stretch of the sixth grade year, which will be packed full of academics, assessments, and activities. Often, this time of year is the hardest of all for sixth grade students, many of whom are now feeling very ready to finish their elementary experience and move into their next educational stage. Parents, you may need to support your student in keeping his/her focus and motivational level high during the coming weeks.  Here are three of our major goals for this phase of sixth grade:

  1. Students are responsible, self-directed, and self-controlled. Students are expected to endeavor to make the right choice in every situation and prove that they can be trusted.
  2. Students are reflective and are able to articulate both the process and the content of learning. Students can self-advocate and are able to describe what is challenging, as well as what works well for them.
  3. Students are honest and kind to themselves, each other and with adults. Students strive to be the best version of themselves that they can be.


Wolf Credo

Respect the elders.
Teach the young.
Cooperate with the pack.
Play when you can.
Hunt when you must.
Rest in between.
Share your affections.
Voice your feelings.
Leave your mark.
~ Del Goetz

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