Number Project Kick Off is happening Tuesday Jan 17!
Check your student’s binder Tuesday night for more details 🙂
Happy New Year!
Welcome to 2017! In this new year, we are stepping up our expectations for the fourth grade students. Homework will become more demanding as the year goes on. It is imperative that you are checking and initialing your child’s assignment book nightly. This is our way of communicating with you so please make every effort to sign the book nightly.
The MCCPS Assignment Book Policy states that:
- Students are expected to keep an accurate record of all assignments. Students should write neatly, so that they, their parents, and teachers can read each entry.
- Teachers will initial the assignment book to indicate that the assignments have been recorded correctly.
- Parents are asked to initial the assignment book to indicate that they have seen their child’s completed assignments. “
The MCCPS Homework Policy states that:
- All assignments need to be completed by the assigned date
- If a student is unable to complete an assignment they:
- Must check in with their teacher
- Must complete it as soon as possible
- May be assigned lunch detention for several missing assignments to make up the missing work
We are going to do our part to ensure that every student is successful and that we are fully preparing students for the years to come.
If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to email the team.
Happy New Year!
Grade 4 Team
On Thursday November 10, 2016 fourth grade students and the MCCPS community welcomed and honored veterans from the Marblehead area. After the community meeting, the fourth grade students had the opportunity to shake the hands and say “thank you” to those who came to visit us today.
A special shoutout to Mrs. Dolan who came to visit the fourth grade classrooms and talk about her experience in the Marine Corp. She showed us pictures of where she was stationed which just so happens to be the area that the fourth graders are currently studying in Global Studies (Mesopotamia). We discussed how the plants and animals look very different over there than they do here in Marblehead.
Thank you to all who came out to teach our students! Happy Veterans Day!