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  • This announcements page will be used from time to time for important class updates.
  • Feed the pig with FrontRow Math Practice! Hello Parents, I'd like to offer a free opportunity for your kids to practice math facts at home, in a fun, self-motivated way. By visiting the FrontRow website at https://student.frontrowed.com/#login, students can login and practice their facts by using their first and last names and the following class code: frant5. Every time they answer a question correctly, they earn coins to later visit an online store, where they can purchase items to trick out and spoil a cartoon pig. Sounds silly, but it works! Give it a try!Mr. Frantz
    Posted Sep 20, 2016, 8:06 AM by Tyler Frantz
  • Race to the top Math Fact Masters! Congratulations to this witty crew of math wizards for being the first in the class to pass their multiplication times table tests! Way to go kids!
    Posted Sep 12, 2016, 12:46 PM by Tyler Frantz
  • September Newsletter Mr. Frantz's monthly update is attached!
    Posted Sep 8, 2016, 7:26 AM by Tyler Frantz
  • Ball kids wanted! Coach Alanna Dunkle of the HS Girls Soccer team is currently seeking ball kids to run the sidelines at home games for the Lady Cougars Soccer Team. All games will be played at In the Net Sports Complex, and volunteers will be admitted free to the game they sign up to work. Responsibilities will include carrying a game ball along the sidelines of the field to hand to players whenever a ball goes out of bounds, and then retrieving the other ball to keep play flowing smoothly without delay. This is a great way for our community to get involved with our local soccer program, and the kids will enjoy their field side view of the game. To sign up ...
    Posted Aug 30, 2016, 6:08 AM by Tyler Frantz
  • School Supplies Needed! Dear Parents,   This year for fourth grade, your child will need a backpack/book-bag to carry his or her work to and from school. I would also like to request that each child have a 3-ring binder. It should be 2-inches thick or larger and, if possible, have pockets inside the front and back covers. One of my goals as a teacher is to help students learn responsibility and organization regarding their schoolwork. Binders definitely help with this. If purchasing a binder is a problem, I can certainly make sure that your child is provided with one.   Also, below is a list of much-needed school supplies that our fourth grade team is asking all families to ...
    Posted Aug 22, 2016, 5:56 AM by Tyler Frantz
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