Please Take This Math Survey!

Parents, Please follow this link to take a survey about 4th grade math.  It's only five questions and your responses are completely anonymous! This survey will help me address parent thoughts and concerns about our math curriculum. This information will allow me to provide support to parents so that, together, we can help students to succeed... Continue Reading →


ELA Weekly spelling packet Weekly reading comprehension packet Due each Friday   Math Math flyers packet due November 30th! Please encourage your child to complete this monthly practice packet. They will be rewarded with Dojo points they can use to buy prizes but, more importantly, they will get much needed math practice! If you lose... Continue Reading →

What Are We Learning?

Math Interpreting Data (NC.4.MD.4) Area and perimeter Place value Addition and subtraction of numbers up to 100,000 ELA Text stuctures such as chronological order and cause-and-effect.   Science Rocks and minerals   Social Studies North Carolina’s Native American groups  

Our Schedule

A detailed version of this schedule can be found at the front of your child's binder! Daily Schedule 8:00 - 9:20 - First Period 9:20 - 10:20 - Related Arts 10:20 - 11:40 - Second Period 11:40 - 12:10 - Flyer Time 12:10 - 12:40 - Lunch 12:40 - 1:10 - HACT 1:10 - 1:50... Continue Reading →

Important Dates

November 9 - Report cards November 12 - No school, happy Veterans Day November 13 and 14 - Reading and math check in testing  November 21 - Half day November 22 and 23- No school happy thanksgiving November 30 - Math Flyers packet due

Connect to Class Dojo

We use Class Dojo on a daily basis to manage behavior in the classroom and to communicate with parents. By connecting to our Class Dojo, you can monitor how your student is behaving at school. You can also see photos, videos, and other updates of your child at work and easily communicate between home and school! You... Continue Reading →

Google Classroom

Many assignments as well as fun games to practice math facts are shared with students via Google Classroom. Students can access google classroom at home just as easily as they can at school. They can simply click this link and log in with the same username and password they use to login to computers at school ( Continue Reading →

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