Dear Sixth Grade Parents,
As in the past, in preparation for the 6th Grade Graduation, we will be making a video to be shown. We ask that you provide pictures of your son. We will need at least three photos of your son. Please send the highest resolution possible.
1. One (1) Toddler Photo
One (1) single photo of your son as a toddler (age 2–4). Please try to send a photo with ONLY your son in the picture. A candid shot is best, please try not to send a school picture or portrait picture. And please no baby photos. Try to keep it fun, but not embarrassing for your son.
2. One (1) Current Photo
One (1) single current photo of your son (6th grade). Please try to send a photo with ONLY your son in the picture. A candid shot is best, please try not to send a school picture or portrait picture. Try to keep it fun, but not embarrassing for your son.
3. Group Shots
Photos of PDS boys from years past of the boys together. These might include field days, field trips, school programs, sporting events, and class parties. Please no more than five (5) of these.
You may email the photos to Winston Baccus at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions please contact
the 6th Grade Banquet Chair, Carey Snider, 901–355–3981, email@example.com
Save the Date for a very special 6th Grade Mother-Son Luncheon on
Friday, April 3 at 11:30.
PostponedThe 6th Grade Mother/Son Luncheon has been postponed. A new date will be announced.
All 6th grade boys will attend and be seated with their mothers (grandmother or special friend in the event that the mother cannot attend) for this important luncheon. There will be a special speaker during this time of celebration and this will be a great opportunity for moms and boys to share time together at school.
More information will follow. If you have questions, please contact parent Kristi Carmichael, Luncheon Chair or Cynthia Cross, PDS Parents’ Association Liaison.
Dear 5th and 6th Grade Parents,
I pray this email finds you healthy and hunkering down at home. As we move into our first full week of distance learning, we are very ready to see our students and interact with them face-to-face. This week we will be using Google Meet to meet with students in shortened sessions. Initially, we will prioritize helping the boys understand Google Meet features, take a moment for social interaction, troubleshoot any technology or curricular issues, and provide a bit of instruction. As the week progresses, our focus will become more instructional.
Students will access the Google Doc here for all assignments: 6th Grade Assignments
Students will complete the Daily Report form each day Monday thru Friday: Distance Learning Daily Report form
Student Expectations can be found here: 6th Grade Distance Learning Expectations
If you have any questions-please email your teachers!