Welcome to Mrs. Proctor's Class Page!

      Please take a look through this homepage and the different tabs on this website; it will be a great tool for keeping informed throughout the year.

Important Information

Welcome to the 2020-2021 school year!

Recorded Curriculum Night Presentation

4th Grade News October 19-23

In Focus

This week, our In Focus lessons revolved around spreading kindness, making mistakes, and taking appropriate risks to challenge ourselves. Students brainstormed ideas to give “random acts of kindness” to their classmates and had fun surprising each other with notes and gestures of kindness. Hopefully, they will continue this practice throughout the year at school and at home. 


Whole-Group Lessons: This week, we read two articles from our Storyworks magazine. We used “The Children Who Escaped the Nazis” to help us practice making inferences and organizing information by the sequence of events. After reading “The Great  Stink,” we worked on building our technical vocabulary and providing text evidence.

Small-Group Lessons:  Students are working with leveled text during our guided reading lessons. While I am meeting with small groups, the other students are engaged in independent literacy activities.


This week in writing, we applied what we learned from our reading. We responded to reading by providing text evidence, making inferences, using new vocabulary words in sentences, and creating a timeline of events.


In PBL this week, we continued our study of animals and their sense receptors. The kids presented their animal projects and did an amazing job! I am proud of them for using the rubric and tools provided to accomplish this task.

Additional Information

Fall Fun Day

On Friday, October 30, we will celebrate Halloween with fun activities throughout the day. The kids are encouraged to wear a Halloween shirt, but we will not be changing into costumes this year. Please send your child with some goodies to eat. Unfortunately, the kids will not be able to share treats with one another. Thank you for your understanding. 


Parent-Teacher-Student Conferences

Fall conferences are coming up. Next week, you will see an email from me regarding scheduling a 20-minute phone call or Google Meets meeting during the weeks of November 2 and November 9.


October 26-30: MUSIC
(Every Friday, the kids will have combined specials, so they will need to be prepared to be active.)

Our class follows the Aspen rotation.

Our Class Pledge   

As 4th Grade Timberwolves, we promise to be polite, show integrity, and be
empathetic, inclusive, and caring toward others.
We will show responsibility and determination while using a growth mindset to improve our work.
Most importantly, we will have pride in what we do while having fun!

General Information

This classroom website is a great resource for finding out what we are up to weekly and throughout the year.  Please refer back often.

Our classroom is on the lower level-room L12; it can get chilly at times.  Feel free to send in a sweatshirt that your child can keep at school.

The kids eat lunch from 12:40-1:00, so we have snack time in the morning.  Please send in a healthy snack or two each morning as well as a water bottle.

At TTE, we do not celebrate birthdays with food or gifts for the kids in the class, so please do not send in treats of any type. We will celebrate in our room with a small gift, singing, and some specials privileges for the day. : ) 

Email is the very best way to reach me: jeannette.proctor@dcsdk12.org.