We are debuting our brand new 4th grade webpage this 
week. Please click the above link to be redirected.

We hope you find it easy to use and full of helpful information. Please let us know if you have any questions or feedback.  We hope you find it easy to use and full of helpful information. Please let us know if you have any questions or feedback.  

Dear 4th Grade Parents,   

We had a great first week of school!  Thank you for all your support.  If you haven’t done so yet, please return the emergency contact and information forms for your child.

Important Reminders:

  • August Value: Accountability

  • Parent School: Thursday, August 20th at 6:15 p.m. or on Friday, August 21st at 7:15 a.m. in the Ossi Room. (Report Card, Grading and Conference Changes)

  • Parent Open House: Wednesday, August 26th (Early Release, 11:00am)

About Language Arts/Social Studies:

  • Reading: Launching the Reading Workshop

  • Writing: Launching the Writing Workshop. Students will need to bring a picture that means something important to them by Thursday.  

  • Social Studies: Intro to Geography - Latitude and Longitude

About Math and Science:

  • Math: Multiplication Fluency Assessment, Place Value to 100,000: Standard, Expanded and Word Forms

**Students - Please bring a recent family photo, picture of yourself and an empty paper towel / toilet paper roll by Monday, Aug 17th.

  • Science:  Design Challenge, Introduction to Weather Unit

About Español:

  • En esta semana se trabajará en el proceso de escritura

  • El jueves es el día asignado para la tarea de español

  • Se establecerán las expectativas de la tarea

  • Los niños visitarán la biblioteca y llevarán libros a sus casas.


About Estudios Sociales (17-21 de agosto)

Estimadas familias de 4to grado,

Esta semana empezaremos el tema de:

  • La independencia de Nicaragua

  • Causas

  • Consecuencias

Please feel free to contact us by email anytime.


Ms. Yvonne Nix, 4A

Ms. Tamara Quandt, 4B

Ms. Debbie Gracia, 4C

Ms. Lori Fine, 4D

*Plan engaging and rigorous lessons and activities.
*Communicate your child's successes and areas of need.
*Maintain a structured and nurturing classroom environment.
*Develop individual academic goals and plans to reach them.
*Hold each student accountable with fair and proper consequences.
*Check your child's homework agenda.
*Sign and return all papers that are sent home in the folder.
*Review online grades frequently.

*Maintain a routine in your child's study habits.

*Be an example for your child, and read aloud to him/her.

Contact us:

Mrs. Yvonne Nix 
Mrs. Tamara Quandt
Mrs. Debbie Gracia
Mrs. Lori Fine


Sep 14, 2013, 11:17 AM