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We had a great start to our school year. It was so nice to meet all the parents at Open House.
Reminder, if your child is to go home differently than they usually do (i.e. getting picked up instead of riding the bus, etc.) or someone besides a parent is picking them up, please send a note to school with your child letting me know. Thank you.
Please send in those 'Box Top' points. The funds we collect from those stay directly in our school and help buy things for our classrooms. We no longer collect the 'Labels for Education" found on the Campbell Soup products.
***********PRACTICE AT HOME***********
*READ, READ, READ 15 to 20 minutes EVERYDAY.
*Begin practicing Multiplication facts 0 through 12.
Aug. 28 Early Dismissal
Sept. 4 No School (Labor Day)
Sept. 18 No School (Teacher Work Day)
Reading: The Mystery of the Missing Lunch, problem and solution
Spelling: Word with short vowel sounds
Math: Place Value
Social Studies: Missouri History
Science: Life Science
4th Grade Newsletter
**********PRACTICE AT HOME**********
Read for at least 15 to 20 minutes every night and tell someone what you read.
Practice your multiplication facts. A good place to practice those is while riding in the car..
Dec. 12 Reading Night 6-7:00 pm
Dec. 15 Elementary Christmas Program
Dec. 19 Field Trip to Incredible Pizza
Dec. 21-Jan. 3 No School, Winter Break
*******We have begun reading the book Shiloh. We will be reading this until Christmas break. We will watch the movie version of the book on Dec. 20th.CURRICULUM SPOTLIGHT
Reading: Shiloh, literature set
Language: Review Nouns
Spelling: Words from Shiloh, chapter 6-10, test on Fri.
Social Studies: Map skills, Heading West
Science: How environments change