Hello Fourth Grade Families,
Thank you to all who visited our Wax Museum! The students did wonderful work, and having an appreciative audience was a fantastic finale to the project!
Pictures of all of the students with their projects can be found here. (Password reminder in this week's email)
Students brought home a blank white envelope in last week's take-home folder. Please return this envelope addressed to your student (at your home address) with a postage stamp no later than Tuesday, June 5 (tomorrow). Thank you!! (If you have extra stamps, and would like to donate one to a 4th grader, please send them in. Thanks)
6/5 T-shirt signing
6/6 Field Day (9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Grades 3-5)
- wear your tie-dyed shirt!
Please see attached flyer about volunteering!
6/7 Human Growth and Development Video
6/12 Last Day of School (11:56 am dismissal)
Blast Off to 5th Grade Celebration
and Volunteer Appreciation Poetry Read
- wear your tie-dyed shirt!
(tentative time: 11:15 am)
Families welcome….. we will just squeeze in for the fun!
Monday Take Home Folders/Return to School every Tuesday:
Review and Keep at Home: Math Practice Pages, instrument selection card,
Sign and Return: May Reading Logs (in binders)
Goal for the Week: With two short weeks and the close of the school year, we will no longer be doing weekly updates. Thank you for signing these important communication tools this year!
Coming up this week in class: Taking the nutrition test, learning about Government, investigating the American economic system, giving out compliments, finishing a special art project, learning about changing bodies, showing gratitude to those around our school who have helped us, sharing jokes, and celebrating field day!
School Supplies: Our CVES online "School Supplies" shopping for next year is now open at https://www.schooltoolbox.com
As a part of the health curriculum, the fourth grade has a short presentation on human growth and development. Please read the attached letter. All students will view their gender specific video on, Thursday, June 7.
There will be an opportunity for parent viewing of the videos on:
Tues, June 5 8:30 am (girl: Room 4) and 3:30 pm (girl: Room 18)
Wed, June 6 8:30 am (boy: Room 4) and 3:30 pm (boy: Room 18)
All screenings are open to all parents/guardians regardless of homeroom teacher. Last year many parents found it helpful to watch the video so that they could discuss the content with their children at home. We encourage you to come and watch the approximately 20-minute video.
Volunteer Opportunities: 6/6: Field Day volunteers needed: see the attached flyer. Our class volunteer calendar: http://signup.com/go/bKMtZZx Thanks, again, for all you do to support children, teachers and learning!
Health/Reading: This week the students continue our unit on nutrition. They will learn about the 5 food groups and their health benefits. Students will be tracking their food intake for homework. Don’t be surprised if they start reading labels and asking for more fruits and veggies this week and next! The mystery word is protein. : )
Social Studies: Our study of Government and Civics learning targets includes:
Please visit our 4th grade blog…. http://cves4.weebly.com/
Homework: Please check the binder reminder (located in the front of the binder) to support your child’s homework habits. It is also posted on our classroom blog daily.
In our partnership to ensure success for your child, good communication is critical. If you ever have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to e-mail me at email@example.com. I’d love to hear from you and look forward to working with you this year.
Emily Larson, MIT, NBCT
Cascade View Elementary School
34816 SE Ridge Street
Snoqualmie, WA 98065
Weekly Specialist Rotation
Mon. - PE
Tues. - Tech
Wed. - Coding
Thurs. - Library
Fri. - Music
Art 10:50-11:35: March 18 & 19, April 29 & 30
Contact: In our partnership to ensure success for your child, good communication is critical. Email (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the best way to reach me. I am also happy to make an appointment for a meeting or a phone call.
At-Home Reading: Students should be reading 20 minutes a night. Monthly reading logs should stay in students' binders, and will be checked every Tuesday. Two nights a week students may use Lexia as their 20 minutes of reading.