e- learning 9/30
  • Click here:     Google Classroom   This will take you to Mrs. Rivera's 6th Grade Google Classroom.  All assignments are posted under the content area (example:  Reading, Writing, Math, Social Studies, or Science) in Google Classroom.  See below for the assignments you will need to complete for today's e-Learning day.


    Please note: What if you are having difficulty with a sibling's district issued Chromebook or your passwords on an e-Learning day?  The Technology help desk will be available to help at (219) 873-2000 ext 8359.

    For questions about homework or classwork, please contact Mrs. Rivera by email, srivera@mcas.k12.in.us, or post a message for Mrs. Rivera on our Google Classroom Stream.  For Math you may also email Mrs. Miles at jmiles@mcas.k12.in.us.  If you see Mrs. Miles, there are additional resources on her school web page, Mrs. Miles's E-learning.






    CNN10 - March 23rd

    • Google Classroom
    • March 23rd Tab
    • CNN Video
    • CNN Google Form- Exit Slip
    • Submit the Google Form when you have completed it.  

    Turn - CNN10 Exit Slip - Google Form



    I can read listen to Tuck Everlasting chapter 12-14 and answer conprehension question on a Google Form. 

     Steps of the Lesson: 

    • Log to Google Classroom
    • Classwork tab
    •  Monday, March 23rd and
    • Click on the Tuck Everlasting audio. 
    • Click on Comprehension Form.  

    Turn in - The Tuck Everlasting Google Form



    I can read a sentence and identify the correct possessive pronoun that belongs in the sentence.  

    • Google Classroom
    • March 23rd tab
    • Google Form - Possessive Nouns
    • Submit when completed.  

    Turn in - Google Form - Possessive Pronouns



    I can complete draw and analyze Polygons in the coordinate plane. 

    • Google Classroom
    • March 23rd Tab
    • Complete the assignment in your IREADY book p. 262 -263
    • Mark completed in Google Classroom

     Specials:   Art 




    Instructions for Using Kami to Edit a Pdf

    • Find the assignment in Google Classroom.
    • Click on it.
    • Click the attachment for the assignment.
    • To the right, click the 3 dots.
    • Click, “Open in new window.”
    • In the middle, click, “Open with Annotate with Kami.”

    How to Turn in Your Assignment in Kami

    • Click the < (Share Document) on the top right.
    • Click, “Upload.”
    • Choose, “Copy” in the right hand corner. It will change to copied.
    • Go back to the Google Classroom and refresh your screen by clicking on the refresh button. Choose “Add” and Select “Link.”
    • It will ask for a link, press Ctrl V at the same time.
    • Click, “Add Link.”
    • Click, “Turn In”. A pop up appears and click “Turn In” again.