Let The Play Begin

After a year of anticipation, the sixth grade teachers finally unveiled this year’s play choice to the Sixth Grade Saints.  Upon learning that they would be performing Twinderella: The Musical, the students were filled with mixed emotions, but once students began to read through the play, they all shared the same feeling- excitement.  The students…

6th Grade Move Up Day

On April 2nd the sixth graders at All Saints participated in the annual Move Up Day. Move Up Day is when the sixth graders visit the middle school to meet the teachers and get an idea of the classes before we choose them. This year we received pizza for lunch before we started the tour.…

What Can We Do With the 44 Acres?

With 44 acres, we can do a lot of different things. We can build new buildings, or we can rent out the land to other people, allowing us to make money for the school and more. For the kids at school, we can build a fine arts center so we can have more space to practice musicals,…

Back in the Swing of Things

The 6th Graders got their hands sticky in Mr. Gaul’s class while making amber fossils! Everyone brought a bug or flower into class to fossilize. Some students’ amber fossils exploded! What a gooey mess that was! On the Monday that students got back from Spring Break, Mr. Gaul let all the students tell their Spring…

Why English Is Important

I like English class the best because we get to do a lot of fun activities.  We get to do a lot of fun projects that help us learn more about proper grammar and correct pronunciations.  We make a lot of mistakes when we speak, and unfortunately, we don’t have a spell check on our mouths or…

Thank You, Sixth Grade Saints

Gratitude was the focus for the week prior to Thanksgiving in the sixth grade English/Composition class.  We started the week off by reading a blog post written by Marelisa Fabrega-  “How Gratitude Can Change Your Life“.  The gist of the post was that if you continually reflect on those things for which you are thankful…

Balancing My Schedule

It’s always hard to decide what to do first when it comes to school work and after school activities, but I’ve always found a way to equally balance my schedule. My overall goal is to get school work done before sports or after school activities. School always comes first, right? Well, that usually seems to…