Category Archives: 6th Grade
Sixth graders transformed a classroom in the fourth grade wing into a Kenyan village on the edge of the savanna as the culminating educational experience of their global studies unit on Africa.
Sixth graders, along with their teachers and some administrators, went to Camp Montgomery last week.
Sixth graders unfurled their new Spanish language textbooks on August 28 to find out they were written by their very own Spanish teacher Iliana Leonard!
Sixth graders presented Voices of Distinction, the capstone of their learning experiences at Jacksonville Country Day School, on Wednesday, May 15.
Photographer Patsy Smith-Roberts visited JCDS for the second time this school year on March 18. During this second visit, she was presented with two big boxes of shoes sixth graders collected for her to take on her next trip to … Continue reading
Amazing talent was on show as the sixth grade class performed “Broadway Demo Hour” on February 28.
Sixth graders participated in a wedding of rubber ducks in Spanish class this week.
As part of their African-American History unit, sixth graders had a special visitor. Donna Hamm, who retired from JCDS last year, discussed her experiences as the first black student integrated into an all-white high school in Louisville, Kentucky, with the … Continue reading
Jacksonville Country Day School (JCDS) held its annual Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Fair on Thursday, January 24.
Spanish fluency was on display recently at Jacksonville Country Day School’s second annual “Living Wax Museum.”