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6th Grade Teachers


Kat Barrett – Band/Choir/World Music

Katie Brown – Language Arts/Math/Special Education

Megan Butcher – Science

Julie Capper – Language Arts

Emily Carey – Art

Laura Donner – Language Arts/Read 180 (Student access)

Glenda Everett – Social Studies

Jennifer FrimmlLanguage Arts/Social Studies

Beth Ingersoll – Math

Tom Johnson – Science

Mary Marshall – Orchestra

Pete Lupo – Language Arts/Social Studies

Erin Sebby – Spanish/ELL

Jason Systma – P.E.

Carrie Turner – P.E.

Todd Zimmerman – Math/Social Studies


Archaeology Research

Quizlet – Research Terms

Articles for Essential Question

1. Looking at Artifacts, Thinking about History

2. Dig and Deduce

3. Oldest Most Complete, Genetically Intact Human Skeleton in the New World Indicates Shared Ancestry

4. Archeologists Debate The Purpose Of 4,600-Year-Old ‘Provincial’ Pyramids That Predate Giza

5. When Statues Once Walked…

6. Neanderthal Man Type Site Rediscovered

7. Oldest Buddha Shrine Dates Birth to 6th Century B.C.

8. A Skull that Could Change History

9. Monte Verde sheds light on human migration