Thank you for attending our Wax Museum. I was so proud of your students! Photos of the kids and their posters are here: www.cves4.weebly.com/ms-larsons-2018-students-in-action
Field Day is Wednesday! It is going to be HOT! Please send your student to school with:
- Water bottle
- Sunscreen – please apply before school
- Some type of hat for sun protection
No binders or backpacks on the last day of school.
Please do pack your student a snack, though!
On Friday, please have your child wear their class t-shirt (they came home today!).
Trimester portfolio envelopes will be going home on the last day of school and report cards will be available online at 4 pm.
6/10 Health Video for Students
6/10 KCLS Summer Reading Program presentation
6/11 4th grade Day of Art (sponsored by PTSA in lieu of Camp W)
6/12 Field Day - 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Grades 3-5
6/13 River Safety Program from King County Parks
6/13 Yearbook Signing
6/14 Last Day of School with early dismissal
Wear Class T-shirt
9:30 am Assembly
Take Home Folders / Return to School every Tuesday:
Review and Keep at Home: KCLS Summer Library program fliers, bio collages, watercolor name pennants, science day packets
Sign and Return: June Reading Logs (in binders), weekly tracker
Goal for the Week: I will use expected behavior during this busy, busy week.
Coming up this week in class: Visiting a 5th grade classroom, working on volunteer appreciation projects, learning about KCLS summer programs, getting information about changing bodies from our health video, learning about problem solving steps in SEL, creating art for an entire day, enjoying Field Day, Cleaning out our classroom, signing yearbooks, learning about river safety, reading and presenting poetry, and dancing our way to 5th grade!
Challenge/Extra Credit: Social Emotional Learning - Solving Problems Part 1 (attached) due Tuesday 6/11; Extra Meal Tracker - due Tuesday 6/11
Social Emotional Learning: We end the year with learning about problem solving steps. There are several pink extra credit worksheets in today’s green take home folder. The children really enjoyed the STEP problem solving song and often danced around the classroom while listening to it! So fun!
Wednesday, June 12: King County Parks River Safety Presentation:
The presentation will include important information about river safety, small group games and activities, and the opportunity for all students to try on life jackets. It will also incorporate the following key messages:
- Rivers are an important ecosystem in the Pacific Northwest.
- There are things in a river that are an essential part of a river ecosystem, but they can be dangerous to humans if humans don’t take safety precautions.
- Everyone can take basic steps to recreate safely in or around a river.
- Everyone should wear a life jacket when in or around a river.
Please visit our 4th grade blog…. http://cves4.weebly.com/
I can’t believe that this is our last week of school. It has been my honor and privilege to teach your children. I have enjoyed getting to know your wonderful families.
The mystery word is appreciation.
With so many thanks for a fantastic year in 4th grade,
4th Grade, CVES