Hello families! As we embark on our remote learning journey, we wanted to share with you a couple of links to get us started. The first of which is our attendance and grading policies. This link will not change and will stay here for your reference week to week. The second link is the current week's Learning Board. This link will be updated weekly each Sunday evening with a new Learning Board. Please reference both links as needed. They can also be found on each teacher's Google Classroom and Dojo Class Story.
4th grade Attendance and Grading Policy: https://drive.google.com/a/adams12.org/file/d/1jBRtgj3erGoAOLNfkojDXMPsdv73_DCs/view?usp=sharing
Week 8 (5/18-5/21) Learning Board: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1AQEm0a0n_iZr_Amd9JMoEjZ8iGeRCU3b
During this remote learning time, each teacher will be available with office hours during the times and mediums described below.
Ms. Nelson: Mon-Fri, 8am-9m and 5pm-6pm via Google Meets to join the live chat. The join code will be shared with families via Class Dojo. Please note that scholars MUST BE logged into their Google account to access Google Meets.
Ms. Lindholm: Mon-Friday: 9-10am and 3-4pm via Class Dojo. Live chats via Google Meets will be announced with a time and code to join when I am available.
Ms. Allison: Mon-Fri, 8am-9m and 5pm-6pm via Google Meets to join the live chat. The join code will be shared with families via Class Dojo. Please note that scholars MUST BE logged into their Google account to access Google Meets.
Welcome to 4th Grade! We are very excited to be working with your students! We have many exciting activities and projects planned for this year. Here is what will be expected from your students by the end of the year:
We like to challenge our students in innovative ways by integrating social studies, math, and science into literacy projects. We will be completing many book projects and reading responses with our literature. This year students will also be held accountable to write in complete sentences in reading and writing. Our goal is to create excited readers and writers. Independent reading is the number one thing you can do to become a better reader!
Students are working at their own pace and level with supports from technology, teachers, and peers. Basic math facts are always a great way to practice math!
In 4th grade we focus on Colorado and the changing culture of its people through time.
Students learn through hands on activities and experiments. We learn about: Energy, the Solar System, Organisms and Ecosystems, and Fossils and Rock Layers