Sixth grade religion curriculum includes:
- Old Testament
- Catholic Social Teaching
- Liturgy Planning and Liturgical Year
- Family Life
- Called to Protect
Sixth grade religion overviews the Old Testament and how it relates to the New Testament. Students will learn about Abraham, Jacob, Moses, King David, the prophets, Ruth and Naomi, and other key figures.
Sixth grade religion oftens connects with sixth grade social studies. For example, a chapter in social studies is about the ancient Israelites.
In the spring, students also participate (with parental notification and approval) in Called to Protect protocol and Family Life curriculum (using the “Fully Alive” program).
Finally, sixth graders (with guidance) plan and lead four school liturgies over the course of the school year. Students are invited to read, be song leaders, and participate in other special ministries.