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STUDENTS + PARENTS + COMMUNITY
TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
2016-17 School Year
Homework
Students, don't forget to:
• Write down your assignments correctly.
• Bring your books, papers, worksheets and necessary materials home with you.
• Do all of the reading assigned.
• Find a quiet, well-lit place to study.
• Don't wait until the last minute to start homework or big school projects.
• Try your best.
• Don't be afraid to ask for help.
• Always do your own work; that's the only way to gain knowledge and
understanding of all you need to know to do well in school.
Homework
Parents please remember to check your child's Homework Planner every night. All homework should be written in Planner before your child leaves school. All homework must be signed by a parent before student returns to school the next day. Thank You.
Scientist of the Week
Each week a different student from our class will have an opportunity to be our guest scientist. He or she will prepare an experiment or demonstration to teach the class about any science concept. The week before the student’s assigned day, he or she will take home our special “Scientist’s Kit”, which will include a folder with sample experiments.
The student may choose one of those ideas or come up with something on their own. Experiments or demonstrations can be related to what we are studying in science, but that is not a requirement. Students will practice at home and then come to school with the materials necessary to present the experiment to the class. There are no specific guidelines. However, students should be able to explain to the class what they did and what they learned. Since we are learning about the scientific process, students need to complete the form they will be given in the folder that they bring home.

Please make sure that you are not selecting an experiment that has already been demonstrated.

Most importantly, the student should have fun and learn something new!

Classroom Community Expectations for Grade 4
Students are taught to respect and celebrate individual differences. Our classroom is a community of leaders where each member is important and valued. I believe in creating a safe environment for our students to take risks, solve problems, make healthy decisions, and assume increasing responsibility for their actions.


Mrs. White

Discussion Topics
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Contacts
+ White, Ann
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Class Specials 2016-17

Monday:  Music

Tuesday: PE

Wednesday: Art

Thursday: Spanish

Friday: Technology