• Joann Frizzi
    6th Grade
    839-2380 ext.1122
    The best way to reach me promptly is via email during school hours.
    To review my grading and other classroom rules and expectations, please refer back to the syllabus.  The link to each is below.
    http://my.hrw.com Students can access the Student Online Edition. They can practice for quizzes and tests using the Personal Math Trainer.  They can learn how to do the problems by using the Videos.  Parents can also learn how to solve the questions.

    Students log in with their jsdtracy email as their user name. Then, their password is the part of their permanent student ID # that they use in their jsd email.


     2019 homework grading adjustment: completion and showing work is worth 75% and accuracy on one chosen question is 25% of total. For example, if homework is completed and work is shown, they will get 3 pts, and if the selected question is answered correctly, they will receive an additional 1 point for a total of 4 points.



    6th Grade Supply List:   All 6th graders will be using these in their classes.  If you have not done so, please provide the following.

    10 Composition notebooks

    Set of colored pencils

    Highlighter set (3 colors)

    Flash drive (USB)

    8 dry erase markers and eraser  * Please continue to replinish your student's dry erase marker supply as they run out.  Very few parents sent enough the first day for me to pass out as needed, therefore, it is critical for parents to resupply their student as needed.  We use these often in math during the year and almost daily in math elective.

    Pencil sharpener

    12 #2 pencils  * Please continue to replinish your student's pencil supply as they run out.

    Blue, black, and red ink pens (no clickers)

    12 glue sticks

    5 pads of 3x3 sticky notes


    5 boxes of tissue for classroom  * Only a few parents have sent these in.  If we run out, we do have paper towels (the stiff brown kind) in the class for students to use.

    2 hand sanitizers

    Ear bud head phones  * These will be used on occassion, for example, math elective and CAASPP testing.  

    We often will use the Scholastic Scope Magazine for reading current and nonfiction articles.  There will be quizzes associated with some of the articles we read. You can access the Scholastic Scope® Online at home!  It can even be read aloud to you!!
     Go to scope.scholastic.com
    Select Student View
    Use the password Frizzi26 
Last Modified on January 11, 2019