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 In the event you need to learn asynchronously for a period of time you can click into Clever and click on Schoology to get your assignments.  If you are unable to access the internet from home and you need a printed packet, please contact [email protected]  to arrange for pick up.
If you are at home on quarantine, and need assistance with your work, you may email me early on Monday morning and we can set up a Zoom conference.  The Zoom conference will only be available on Monday's between 9:30-10:00am upon request.


Students grades will be weighted by percentage. 

50% Daily Work                                             50% Tests/Quizzes 

    *Bellwork completion                                                *iReady End of Lesson Quizzes 

        *Interactive Notebook notes participation          *iReady Standards Mastery Tests 

        *Practice work                                                   *Schoology/Microsoft Forms tests 


Both parents and students have access to the grading portal in Skyward-the link is obtainable on both the School's webpage across the top bar of the page or here



**WEEKLY REQUIREMENT Participation- Students will receive an additional “TEST” grade of a 100 for completing weekly required time in iReady.  The requirement is TWO passed lessons each week in your “MY PATH”.  R&E is a forty-five minute time frame given to students after lunch everyday in which they can use to complete this requirement or at home. 

      How students will be graded for the weekly iReady requirement:

            *TWO passed lessons =100

           * One passed lesson AND additional minutes towards another lesson=75

           * One passed lesson = 50

            *Completing 20-44 minutes and no passed lessons=25

            *Completing lesson than 20 minutes and no passed lessons=0


QUIZZES/TESTS- Test grades come from an online program-iReady.   After a lesson that has been taught a “TEACHER ASSIGNED” iReady lesson will appear in the student's  iReady account.  PLENTY of TIME IN CLASS is given to students to complete the “Teacher Assigned” iReady assignment.  Students  cannot finish a “Teacher Assignment” outside of the regular school’s day hours.  Students are expected to complete the assigned "Teacher Assigned" lessons in a timely manner during the class time allotted to them.  On rare occasions, with my permission, students may have to use some “R&E” time to finish up a teacher assignment. The iReady program gives students ONE MORE WAY of delivery of the lesson I have taught them through animated presentation with the quiz at the end.


Make-Up work- Students will only be alotted two weeks from the date that an assignment is made to make up an assignment (each week is 10 points off).  It will be the student's responsibility to check his/her grades and look for missing assignments daily in Skyward.  


Re-work-   Students may rework any written practice assignment that has been returned to them with a grade under an 70.  Students will only receive HALF of the original points alotted for those questions. Test grades will not be allowed to be reworked excepton rare occasions I may have conferenced with a student to allow this to happen. 

            RULES FOR RE-WORK:

  •       Students MUST HAVE the original graded paper you are reworking.
  •       Students should rework the missed questions ON A CLEAN SHEET OF NOTBOOK PAPER.
  •       One sheet of notebook paper for each assignment reworked.
  •       Staple this notebook paper with the reworked problems to the back of the original graded assignment. 
  •       Rework must be done within the week that the graded paper was given back to the student. Students will not be allowed to rework all papers, all at the same time near the end of a progress report period.
Clever brings all K-12 application into one secure portal and provide single sign-on for everyone in the district.  Use Clever to access content in Kiddom!
Check your grades/attendance regularly through Skyward using your assigned username and password.
If you need assistance with your login information, visit or call our attendance office. If you would like to look at the Skyward home portal quick guide for parents,
Office 365
You can access your Office 365 account by clicking here, the username and password are the same as your computer login at school.  If you need help with how to use different features in your account you can click on this link to download the Office 365 guide. 
All RCS students get 5 free downloads of Microsoft Office that can be used on personal devices.  You can click on this link to learn more about accessing these downloads. 
Online Textbooks
All textbooks that have online access will be available through Clever.  
MATH textbooks do NOT have online access.
Math Play Resources (click on the blue words to connect to the links):
You can also scroll down to the bottom of this web page and click on any of those posts for practice as well as these resources.... 
Prodigy    Create a free account and play interactive math games 
Math Games  Offers digital practice of CCSS standards as well as printable worksheets
Middle School Statistics   Online lessons for students to learn about statistics
Algebra I Lessons  Algebra 1 resources that can be used in a digital environment
Open Middle  6th grade thought-provoking number sense
Supplies 6th grade Math students should bring to class every day:
"Mead Five STAR"  - 5 Subject Spiral notebook
(college ruled pages)
Fine point skinny markers (traditional colors)
Vinyl two pocket folder 
Pencils and eraser(s) 
Loose Leaf Notebook Paper
** Ear buds **
 **Ear buds needed for all 6th grade classes!**
Glue Stick
***A pencil pouch housing the supplies above would be helpful.***
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Support Site with Embedded Videos and Login Instructions
Getting Started for RCS Students Video
Viewing Grades as a Student