Welcome to the 6th Grade Purple Team
Dear Student and Family,
Welcome to our team! We hope that you have been enjoying your summer. We would like to offer you some help as you begin to prepare for the coming school year. Therefore, we have included a list of the materials that we would like you to have for our team. In the interest of keeping your backpacks light, please do not bring additional binders or trapper keepers. Our goal is to have all supplies ready for use by Tuesday, September 4th. Please click on the Supply List link to access the list of materials.
Ms. Christina Fulco Mrs. Elizabeth Harrington Mrs. Denise Hubbard Mrs. Karen Pierce Mrs. Kim Demers Mrs. Shelby Cromwell Mrs. Christine Risoli
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If parents would like to meet with teachers, please call the Guidance Office to set up an appointment. Our counselor is Mrs. Christine Risoli (203-594-4518). The Parent Portal is a great place to check on student progress in most classes! Email is the most ideal way to keep in touch with teachers. The Purple Team has put together a web page as a tool for parents and students to access daily homework assignments, team events, download copies of specific assignments, email team teachers, and seek course outlines for each team subject.
To report your child absent, please call 203-594-4500 and follow the prompts to sixth grade attendance. Also, if your child is tardy or dismissing early, please send a note to Brenda Carmichael.
If you are absent, it is your responsibility to check the homework calendar on the Purple Team website and/or call a classmate for missed assignments. You are expected to complete these assignments and make up any assessments in a timely manner.
We will be available for any student who needs or wants further explanation of material. We encourage students to set up appointments with their teachers.
We expect that you will turn in high quality work.
- Name, Date, and Period on every paper handed in.
- Assignments will be completed on time, thoroughly, and neatly.
- Students should take their time and do their best!