Miss Krause



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Miss Krause

Miss Krause

Room 206

6th Grade Math


Welcome to our classroom website! From here you will be able to access important information regarding homework, announcements, and any other items that will be posted. 


Labor Day Weekend: School closed August 30, 2019 and September 2, 2019

Meet the Teacher Night: September 5, 2019 7:00-8:30

Picture Day: September 6, 2019


  • The information below will be given to students on the first day of school. It is being asked that they have it signed and returned by Thursday, August, 29, 2019 as their first homework assignment. It explains our classroom expectations, materials, units of study, and more. This will be left here in order for you to have access to the document throughout the year.

  • Welcome To 6th Grade Math!

    Miss Krause

    Room 206

    Contact Information:


    Phone: 610-264-4341 Extension: 206

    Classroom Expectations:

    All rules and consequences listed in the CMS Student Handbook will be followed.  Consequences for not complying with the rules will result in a warning, loss of privileges, missing “Fun Friday” activities, after school/lunch detention, or a referral to the office.

    • We will be creating our own classroom rules together within the first week of school.

    Materials Needed:

    • Four Spiral Notebooks
    • Homework Folder
    • Pencils/Erasers
    • Notebook Paper
    • Sticky Notes

    *Calculators will be provided in class*

    Our Envision textbook is consumable so students will be able to take it home at the end of the day.

    Homework Policy:

    Homework is graded as 5 points per assignment. If homework is not turned in at the start of class, the grade will be marked as a 0/5. If the homework is completed and shown to the teacher by the end of the day it will be changed to a 3/5. Homework is its own category in PowerSchool so it is suggested to keep an updated agenda in order to help receive all possible points! The homework for the day will also be posted on the website. However, it is the responsibility of the student to write down all homework/upcoming assignments in his or her agenda. Students who are absent must ask for the work they miss upon returning.


    The math grade is divided into 3 different sections including but not limited to: 

    • Assessments (60%):
      • Tests, Take-home tests, Projects
    • Homework (20%):
      • Assignments given for students to complete outside of classwork
    • Other (20%):
      • End of lesson quizzes, Exact Path assignments

    Units of Study:

    • Unit 1: Use Positive Rational Numbers
    • Unit 2: Integers and Rational Numbers
    • Unit 3: Numeric and Algebraic Expressions
    • Unit 4: Represent and Solve Equations and Inequalities
    • Unit 5: Understand and Use Ratio and Rate
    • Unit 6: Understand and Use Percent
    • Unit 7: Solve Area, Surface Area, and Volume Problems
    • Unit 8: Display, Describe, and Summarize Data

    Other 6th Grade Classroom Expectations:

    *Students need to write his or her name and numbers on their papers.

    *Students will not be allowed to go to his or her locker during class.  It is your responsibility to come to class prepared with all of your materials (including homework).  If your homework is in your locker, you can turn it in at the end of the day for 3/5 points.

    *Failure to complete assignments may result in loss of “Fun Friday” participation.

    *Students may bring a clear water bottle to class.  If at any point the water bottle becomes a distraction, they will be asked to get rid of it.

    *You must sign out when leaving the room.  Always take a pass. Only 1 student may use the bathroom at a time.

    *Make sure you have access to PowerSchool in order to monitor your grades. Your parents can also have their own account.  If you need information to sign up, please contact the main office.

    *Try your best and be willing to work hard!