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  • n. The period in school that comes after fifth grade and before seventh grade.


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  • Then, three minutes before the sixth grade was to go on stage to celebrate the engagement of Gabriel and Evangeline, Sister Mary Laurentia, the principal, came to me, her kindly face troubled.

    Kitchen Privileges

  • She has her eye on me but she'll settle for Craig Stears in the sixth grade if I'm not available.

    Prayers To Broken Stones

  • I soon realized that these were the same students who began to have trouble in sixth grade when school became departmentalized and they were faced with multiple classrooms and teachers.

    The Organized Student

  • Now in sixth grade he remains seriouslydelayed and has lost his drive, having given up on himself.

    A Mind at a Time

  • Becky attended Haven's school which was the only school in Piedmont at the time and went as far as the sixth grade (the school - not Becky).

    Becky London – A Short Biography of Jack London's Daughter

  • The only time I ever shook a boy up was in the sixth grade when I ran smack into Gregor Ybinsky while he was carrying his cafeteria tray.

    The Six Rules of Maybe

  • My father, Manny Sr., was in the street gang Echo Park Locos and got my spoiled older brother, Manny Jr., to drop out of sixth grade to join.

    The Madonnas of Echo Park


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