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sixth grade

n
(in the US) the sixth school year after kindergarten, usually containing pupils around 11 or 12 years old
ˌsixth-ˈgrader n
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The team of the 6th grade "Snowdrops" and the team of the 8th grade "Swans" showed their erudition in guessing the riddles.
Junior High girls volleyball, 6th grade Harrisburg Tour.
A Schaumburg, Illinois, school district was given temporary permission Friday by the state's attorney general's office to administer medical marijuana to a 6th grade student suffering from seizures as a result of chemotherapy treatment.
Miki Cabell grew up on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota and dropped out of school in 6th grade.
Celebrating 40-years, Waterford Institute creates personalised cloud-based instruction through an award-winning curriculum, content, and assessment for children in pre-K to 6th grade.
The tree handling and planting was an event that brought students and teachers together for the 6th grade graduation day.
When Alexandra (Zandy) Stovicek was in 6th grade, she wanted to shout out to NMG about her good friend OD Jimenez, who defended her when she was teased at school.
All of 6th grade, I struggled with my gender identity.
All four titles have a 4th grade reading level, a 3rd to 6th grade interest level, and are suitable for Common Core K-5 curriculums.
It was a spine-chilling mystery with a surprising twist at the end that I didn't see coming"--Sofia, 6th grade
Vaccines that are being administered during the campaign include those against polio, meningitis, diphtheria and tetanus to the 1st grade students while the 6th grade students will be vaccinated against diphtheria and tetanus.
This research was conducted with an aim to analyze the writing dispositions of the 6th grade students in terms of different variables.