Dear 4th Grade Families,
Students and staff at will participate in Unity Day on October 30, as part of National Bullying Prevention Month. Unity Day’s goal is to unite as a school to bring awareness of bullying prevention. It’s a day where everyone can send one large ORANGE message of support, hope, and unity to show that they are united against bullying and unified for kindness, acceptance, inclusion and friendship.
In Room 19 we'll also be having a low-key harvest celebration with a movie, math game, and some snacks!
Our goal this week: Record scientific observations accurately.
Some items in this Monday's take-home folder:
Sign and return: Weekly update (blue), Reading log (in binders), math tests (Bernardo math)
Review and keep at home: Math practice pages, math fact tests, spooky simile rough drafts, art, Create-a-Country rough drafts, draft class directory (new version coming next week to add back in the student whose entry disappeared), book fair save-the-date, lighthouse art, social studies questions
10/30 Fantasy Book Report Due
10/30 Wear ORANGE for Unity Day!
11/2 Last Day for Veteran's Day Survey (see below)
11/5 Veteran's Day Assembly (please fill out survey if family
members plan to attend!
11/11 No School - Veteran's Day
11/17 Picture Retakes
11/20, 23&24 Parent Conferences (11:25 am dismissal)
12/7 – 11 DanceMan
2015 Veterans Day Recognition: We would like to recognize and honor the Veterans in your family. Please complete the following survey(See below) to honor your family members during our Veterans Day Assembly. These names will be displayed in our main CVES hallway with great pride. Thanks for your time and consideration. Please submit the form by 2:00pm, Monday November 2nd if you would like your Veteran's name displayed.
The Assembly will take place on Thursday November 5th at 2:00. If you or any family members plan to attend, please complete the survey to let us know! Thanks and we look forward to paying homage for those who have served our country. Survey:https://docs.google.com/a/svsd410.org/forms/d/1rUbfhlroSE5KgvG2H15t5dxV0pZ-n3lps34KUnWlHw8/viewform
The mystery word is: variable
Email Newsletter: If you are reading the newsletter on the class website and would like to receive the email version (with attachments) please email and let me know which address(es) you would like added to the class distribution list!
Fantasy Book Report: Our book report for October is Fantasy! Students should have the packet in their binders and bring their book back and forth to school every day. For more information and examples, see the project page on the website.
October and November volunteer calendars: are attached to this week's email. The November calendar required a lot of changes to work around no school days and conferences - please let me know if you need any adjustments or can't be here on your day. Thanks again for all you do to support our class's learning - we couldn't do it without you!!!
Coming Up This Week in Class: We are completing math Topic 4 (Addition and Subtraction of Whole Numbers), proofreading and sharing our Titanic narratives, taking the STAR Reading screener, measuring water quality and making changes to our model ecosystems, investigating optimal salt conditions for brine shrimp hatching, creating spooky symmetry art, using coordinate graphs to capture "spiders", and celebrating Harvest and Unity by wearing orange on Friday!
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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.
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.