-Do some Multiverse Mathletics if you need to work on basic facts. Also don't forget to READ!
- PARENTS - Please check and respond to the NEW Google Classroom question that's been posted for you as soon as possible
- For TOMORROW'S FIELD TRIP - Students need to be at school by 8:30 am (10 minutes EARLY!!!). Bring a bagged lunch that is NUT FREE. It is a NON-UNIFORM day. That said, students should be remember when choosing clothing that a) they will be moving about for much of the day and b) they are still representing Sacred Heart School.
-On Monday I will begin sending home items from the students' desks a few at a time. Students should bring a cloth bag to school each day from now on to help them carry any extra items they are bringing home.
- Students in Class 4 have been doing well this month with our last Math unit - "Fractions". Not all students have completed their fractions booklet as of today, though. If it is not completed in class by early next week, students may benefit from bringing it home to work on during the summer in order to build confidence heading into Grade 5. The package is only a few pages, and all instructions/strategies are included. I will soon post a copy of the answer key to the "About" section of Google Classroom, which students should still have access to until September. Students are encouraged to check their work as they go (after each page, or after every few problems...NOT after doing the WHOLE package) as this can help them to catch errors and make corrections as they go so they can learn more!
- French - check the French Webpage to see any French homework from Mme. Wiechers.
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.