Upcoming Special events- Mark your calendars!
- Halloween Dance 10/28/16
- Mentor/Mentee afternoon of fun 10/28/16 (students only)
- 1/2 Day 11/3/16
- No School on Veterans Day 11/11/16
- Big Quiz Thing 11/19/16 (adults only!)
- Exhibition 11/21/16 at 6pm
What’s happening in class?
- Math/Science (Kriger)
- Finish animal research and begin rough draft
- *Students need to bring in a printed side view (profile) picture of their animal 4 x 6 (black and white) by Friday 10/28
- Practice multiplication facts (especially 6, 7, 8)
- Larger multiplication questions (2-digit by 2-digit up to 3-digit by 3-digit)
- ELA/ Global Studies (Aldrich)
- Unit 6 spelling quiz on Tuesday 10/25/16
- Continue Mesopotamia Unit and start new book Tale of Despereaux
Please remember to check your child’s agenda daily and sign book log weekly. Also, please check school website for sports and other events. If you have further questions, feel free to contact the 4th Grade Team at any time.
4th Grade Team
Exhibition Reveal in Science is Thursday October 13! What animal will you research?!?! We can’t wait to find out!
Dear Parents and Students:
Welcome to the Fourth Grade Scholastic Reading Club. This is an easy way to order books for your children; however, there is no obligation. Attached you will find the Scholastic book order with a variety of titles to consider. To make ordering most efficient, please place your order directly online with Scholastic at:
Book Order Due Date: September 30, 2016
Online Order Code: QD7YP
The Fourth Grade Team
Please join us for Back to School Night
Who: Parents/guardians only please
When: Wednesday September 14, 2016
Time: 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Meet the fourth grade teachers, learn about our curriculum and expectations, hear about school and homework policies, sign up for the latest announcements/reminders, and ask questions!
Thank you for joining our community. We are excited about the opportunity to get to know you and your child, and we are looking forward to a happy and productive school year.
We love helping our students be the best they can be. We will do our best this year to ensure that all our students have a successful learning experience, but it is important that we are partners in the learning process. By asking your child about something learned during the school day you can help foster learning and self esteem.
Fourth grade is an exciting time for children as they move from learning to read to reading to learn. This important transition year is one in which the acquisition of new skills is accelerated. While the focus in fourth grade will continue to be the strengthening of reading and math skills, students will also practice writing skills every day as well as learn new concepts in science and global studies.
You can also support your child’s learning by ensuring that all homework assignments have been completed. Try to establish a designated time and place for your child to complete homework. Please let us know if your child is having difficulty completing assignments independently. Homework assignments are always posted in the classroom, and students are required to write them in their assignment books.
Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns. Email is the best way to reach us. We check our email every day and will reply within 48 hours.
The Fourth Grade Team
Jamie Kriger email@example.com
Phyllis Aldrich firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike Dooley email@example.com
4th Grade Supply List:
Summer Math Assignment:
Summer Reading Assignment: