Morgan Houle


I love all of you so much. Please advise by the CDC and stay safe. I do not have access to my classroom phone (the number above), but am always monitoring my email. If you have SKYPE, you can chat/video call with any questions and I will respond ASAP. 

Class Description:

Math 6 

We now have access to math AND science on IXL!!! Below, I will specify which SOLs we have covered this year so far, and what we should have covered. As I go through IXL, I will update the topics on IXL that are correlated with the SOLs. Please email me if you need help logging in.


Class Schedule: 


Period 1

Period 2

Period 3

Period 4

Period 5

Period 6

Period 7

Period 8

BARK Block

8:10-8:40 (Monday)

Math 6 EXT

8:40-9:27 (Monday)

Science 6

9:30-10:17 (Monday)


10:20-11:07 (Monday)

Science 6 & Lunch

11:39-12:07 (Lunch everyday)

11:10-12:27 (Monday)

Math 6


Math 6



 8:10 - 8:20
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9:13-10:03   (T, W, TR, F) 10:06-10:56
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Office Hours:
I am in my classroom Monday - Friday from 7:55-3:10pm.   Please call during my planning times to provide optimal teaching time during the day. If you should need me at a different time, please call the office 703-670-6166 or email me. I am usually able to answer an email within the business day as well.


PARENTS:    How to Set-up Calendar Alerts:
If your child is in my class, and you would like to receive email alerts for items posted to my calendar, you may view step-by-step directions here:

Please note: You will receive a separate email alert for each calendar you choose to subscribe to.  



Announcements and Assignments


What we have covered:

6.1 represent relationships between quantities using ratios, and will use appropriate notations, such as 𝑎 𝑏 , a to b, and a:b.

6.2 a) represent and determine equivalencies among fractions, mixed numbers, decimals, and percents;* and b) compare and order positive rational numbers.*

6.3 a) identify and represent integers; b) compare and order integers; and c) identify and describe absolute value of integers.

6.4 recognize and represent patterns with whole number exponents and perfect squares.

6.5 a) multiply and divide fractions and mixed numbers;* b) solve single-step and multistep practical problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of fractions and mixed numbers; and c) solve multistep practical problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of decimals. 

6.6 a) add, subtract, multiply, and divide integers; * b) solve practical problems involving operations with integers; and c) simplify numerical expressions involving integers.* 

6.12 a) represent a proportional relationship between two quantities, including those arising from practical situations; b) determine the unit rate of a proportional relationship and use it to find a missing value in a ratio table; c) determine whether a proportional relationship exists between two quantities; and d) make connections between and among representations of a proportional relationship between two quantities using verbal descriptions, ratio tables, and graphs.

6.13 solve one-step linear equations in one variable, including practical problems that require the solution of a one-step linear equation in one variable.

6.14 a) represent a practical situation with a linear inequality in one variable; and b) solve one-step linear inequalities in one variable, involving addition or subtraction, and graph the solution on a number line.

*On the state assessment, items measuring this objective are assessed without the use of a calculator

What needs to be covered:

6.7 a) derive π (pi); b) solve problems, including practical problems, involving circumference and area of a circle; and c) solve problems, including practical problems, involving area and perimeter of triangles and rectangles.

6.8 a) identify the components of the coordinate plane; and b) identify the coordinates of a point and graph ordered pairs in a coordinate plane.

6.9 determine congruence of segments, angles, and polygons.

6.10 Given a practical situation, a) represent data in a circle graph; b) make observations and inferences about data represented in a circle graph; and c) compare circle graphs with the same data represented in bar graphs, pictographs, and line plots.

6.11 a) represent the mean of a data set graphically as the balance point; and b) determine the effect on measures of center when a single value of a data set is added, removed, or changed.

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