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6c Bruins. Ms. Ambro, Mrs. Doody, Mrs. Gibbs & Ms. Oliver. Schedule 6C. 8:40 – 9:25 - 1 st Period 9:25-10:10 - Electives 10:10-10:30 -1 st Period continued 10:30-11:45 - 2 nd Period 11:50-12:20 - Lunch 12:20-1:15 - 3 rd Period 1:15-1:35 - 4 th Period 1:35-2:15 - PE or Enrichment

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6c bruins

6c Bruins

Ms. Ambro, Mrs. Doody, Mrs. Gibbs & Ms. Oliver

Schedule 6c
Schedule 6C

  • 8:40 – 9:25 - 1st Period

  • 9:25-10:10 - Electives

  • 10:10-10:30 -1st Period continued

  • 10:30-11:45 - 2nd Period

  • 11:50-12:20 - Lunch

  • 12:20-1:15 - 3rd Period

  • 1:15-1:35 - 4th Period

  • 1:35-2:15 - PE or Enrichment

  • 2:15-2:40 - 4th Period Continued

  • 2:40-3:40 - 5th Period


  • Raise my hand and wait my turn.

  • Everyone’s property is private.

  • Speak in an appropriate tone and volume.

  • People do not like to be hurt.

  • Everyone comes to class prepared.

  • Clean up after myself.

  • Take my time.  Walk in class and halls.

Corrected work
Corrected Work

  • Daily work scored at 69% and below can be corrected for a score of 70. Corrections are due the Monday after receiving it. It is the responsibility of the student to request and re-submit corrected daily work.

    **How to do 6C corrections can be found on our team webpage!**

Parent teacher conferences
Parent/Teacher Conferences

  • Our parent/teacher conferences will be scheduled on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursday mornings from 9:25-10:10.  Please call the school or email the teacher to schedule an appointment for one of these two days. 

  • NOTE:  A minimum of 24 hours notice is appreciated when scheduling these conferences.  We will meet with you as a team of teachers.


  • Students will write in their Agenda EVERYDAY

  • They copy from the board on the side wall.

  • It is the students responsibility to write in their agendas. Ms. Oliver checks them most every day; however, it is ultimately their responsibility to get them written in.

Missing assignment missing homework policy
Missing Assignment/Missing Homework Policy

If a student is missing an assignment or homework on the day it is due, he/she will be ZAPed (Zeros Aren’t Permitted). Students will be called in the morning before dismissal to work on the assignment until finished. On Fridays, if a student still has work not turned in, they will not participate in recess.

Thursday folder
Thursday Folder

  • Your child will bring home a folder each Thursday that contains:

  • Work completed in all classes during the previous week.  NOTE: A conduct week is Thursday-Wednesday.

  • A Right Choice Card with the child’s conduct grades for all subjects for the previous week.

  • Important announcements from Rogers Middle School, Pearland ISD, PE/Fine Arts teachers, clubs, etc.

  • Progress reports and report cards.

  • Please sign the conduct card each Thursday and return it to school with your child each Friday. Also, make sure you return the bottom portion of progress reports/report cards as well.


  • Your child’s grades are available online for you to monitor.  You may access the Skyward program through the Rogers Middle School homepage on Pearland ISD’s website with the login name and password you received when your child was registered for school.  If you do not have this information or have misplaced this information, you may call the front office at 832-736-6400 and they will help you.

6 th grade math ms lisa ambro
6th Grade Math Ms. Lisa Ambro

  • Graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelors in Interdisciplinary Studies, math emphasis

  • Taught 5th grade Math in Pasadena, 6th grade Math & Science in Richardson, 8th grade Math in Rockwall

  • This is my 6th year teaching 6th grade math at Rogers.


  • Math is a subject in which homework is essential for knowledge retention. Expect your child to have homework every night.

  • Most homework assignments will be workbook pages. If a student loses the workbook page, the student will be responsible for going to the textbook webpage (www.glencoe.com) or the link from my website (http://www.pearlandisd.org/webpages/ambrol/) and printing out the appropriate workbook page. I will NOT have extra copies.


  • Mini-quizzes will be given over homework assignments. We will check/go over the homework in class the day it is due, then take a mini-quiz. Students may use the homework to take the mini-quiz and it will be turned in together. The homework will count as 20% of the mini-quiz grade. A full 20% will be given if the homework is completed (right or wrong) with ALL work shown.


  • I will be available for tutoring on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday mornings at 8:00 a.m. If I am not available, the student may see the assigned teacher for that day, or another math teacher. If tutoring is needed on Wednesday, the student may go to Mrs. Jordan on 6B (the assigned tutoring teacher for Wednesdays).

About Ms. Gibbs…

  • Graduated from Bellaire High School

  • Bachelor & Master Degrees in Elementary Education from Southern Methodist University (SMU)

  • Taught K-4 and 6th grades in Dallas ISD, Salt Lake City ISD, Madison County ISD (Idaho), Boise ISD (Idaho)

  • Married with 3 children and one grandchild

  • Have taught at Rogers Middle School since the year it opened.

Language Arts Information…


  • Spelling/Vocabulary packet sent home on the first day of the week

  • Definitions done together as a class

  • The rest of the packet is homework, due on Friday before the test

  • Vocabulary test every Friday


  • DOL/Journal will be graded at least once per 6 weeks

  • DOL provides practice in the conventions of writing

  • Journal provides practice in different types of writing

  • Kept in classroom

  • Major writing projects will be graded according to a rubric

About Ms. Oliver

  • Graduate of Port Neches – Groves High School.

  • Graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies (4-8 Language Arts/Social Studies).

  • Graduated from Lamar University with a Masters in Education Administration.

  • Taught 7th grade ELA (reading, writing and grammar) at League City Intermediate School.

  • This is my 4th year teaching Reading at RMS!

Reading Information

  • Reading Logs will be done each week. They are given on Monday and are turned in on Friday. Students should use a library book or a book from home for these.

  • Minimal homework due to only class sets of books, but if they do not finish class work it will be due the following day.

  • Multiple group and individual projects throughout the year. Most are done in class, but there will be at least 1 home project. I will send an email letting you know about this.

  • Novels we will read this year: The Cay, Maniac Magee, Crash, Tuck Everlasting, Holes, A Wrinkle in Time. Also, multiple short stories and poems.

  • The TEKS will be taught throughout the course of reading each novel; however, we will be digging much deeper into works of literature than your students have in the past. Remember TAKS was just a BASIC skills test we will be surpassing the basics this year and preparing your students for their secondary education.

  • I offer tutorials Tuesday-Thursday in my classroom.

Additional Honors Reading Information…

  • There will be a project due every 6 weeks (with the exception of the 1st 6 weeks). The due dates are posted on my website and will be sent home with students. These are to be completed at home. They may turn them in early but not late.

  • There will also be in class projects that we do throughout the year in class.

  • Novels we will read this year: The Cay, Maniac Magee, Crash, Tuck Everlasting, Holes, A Wrinkle in Time, The Giver. Also, many short stories and non-fiction works of literature.

  • We move at a very fast pace and are digging deeper and more rigorously into works of literature than in the past. It is imperative that students be at school, prepared, and ready to participate each day.

Mrs. Doody:

Graduated from Sam

Houston State University.

Major: Geology

Minor: Physics

Science Rules!!!!

Science Spirals ( ISN )

Kept in classroom. All

Teacher made tests are

Open note. ( not so easy! )

Very Little homework.

Occasional at home projects.

Many hands- on experiments.