- Miss Winning would like to wish all families a Happy and Blessed Easter!
- Remember to READ every day. When you finish a book, tell your parents what it was about (summarize with a few details) and ask them to email me or sign a piece of paper that says which book(s) you read. Then you will be allowed to put stickers on the 'Read 100 Books' chart much more quickly!
- Work on Math Magician or Multiverse (Mathletics) DAILY (for at least 5 - 10 minutes) to improve your speed and accuracy with basic multiplication (and division?) facts. If your parents sign your 'punch cards' each time your practice and you get the whole card filled in, you will get a small reward!
- Mathletics - please keep working on this at home - try to complete all new assignments by TOMORROW.
- Bring a garbage-free lunch on Tuesday and get a sticker from Missions Club! Also bring in used eye-glasses for donation.
- Work on Spelling work (word sort & handwriting pages & graphi-iti) at home this week. Even with the days off, the Spelling test is still on Tuesday.
- Handwriting - ALL CORRECTIONS plus the first 6 pages of upper case letters due Friday April 26.
- PLEASE START TO BRING IN WALKATHON PLEDGES! :-) Let's try to meet our class goal as soon as we can!
- Golf Tournament Forms were sent home yesterday
- Check French Page for homework and keep practicing/memorizing your part of the play by next week.
I hope everyone is ready for a wonderful school year filled with faith, fun, and lots of great learning! I am very excited to be your teacher, and I know that Grade 4 will be a very fruitful and rewarding year. On this Class 4 webpage you will find all kinds of helpful information for students and parents, including daily or weekly updates and reminders regarding homework, notices, forms, events, and more.
As a Catholic Educator, I strive to create a Christ-centered classroom atmosphere in which every student is respected, challenged, and loved. Each child is unique and special. I wish to instil the value of honest perseverance towards the development of individual talents. My goal is to give each student a feeling of confidence in his or her abilities, a true sense of belonging in our classroom family, and a trust in God’s love.
The school theme this year is "What Do You Want Of Me, Lord?”. Throughout the year there will be a school-wide focus on learning to listen to the voice of God, discovering what God is asking of us, recognizing and developing our talents and gifts, and striving to be the 'best versions of ourselves'.