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Welcome!. On your child’s desk is a letter written to you. Feel free to write your kiddo back! . Welcome to Open House! Mrs. Traylor’s Superstars 2014-2015. “Bee” excited about 4 th Grade!. Welcome!.

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welcome
Welcome!

On your child’s desk is a letter written to you. Feel free to write your kiddo back! 

welcome1
Welcome!

Thank you SO much for taking the time out of your busy schedule to come to Open House. This will be a year full of academic and personal growth for

your child. 

Tonight’s Agenda:

All about 4th Grade

Our Daily Routine

Fourth Grade Lingo

Odds and Ends and Everything in Between

Transportation

Communication and Closing Remarks

our mission statement
Our Mission Statement:

We believe in:

  • Treating everyone and everything with respect
  • Being responsible for our own actions
  • Being a good friend to everyone
  • Striving to do and be our BEST!
all about fourth grade teamwork makes a dream work
All about Fourth Grade “Teamwork makes a dream work!”
  • This is a transitional year, not just a “review” year.
  • Use the file to organize and monitor progress.

Expandable File from Target

  • Check agenda and work nightly.
  • Homework is due at 7:50. Please do not bring your child’s homework to school. They need to learn to be responsible for their work.
  • Please keep absences to a minimum. We cover an immense amount of content each day. Please try to make appointments as late as you can.
our daily routine
Our Daily Routine
  • School starts at 7:50. Please come prepared. If your child is tardy, you must sign him/her in the office. They have to be in the classroom by 7:50.
  • Class work-I expect 100% effort!
  • Homework-Should not last over 40 minutes. There is usually reading and math every night.
  • Makeup work-A yellow makeup folder will be sent home with the missing assignments. How ever many days your child was absent is how many days he/she needs to make the work up.
  • Lunch is at 11:15. We have snack at 9:15. Please provide only appropriate snacks and water bottles that are spill proof. Please no peanut butter and/or nuts.
fourth grade lingo
Fourth Grade Lingo
  • Spelling-Words Their Way and Spelling City http://www.spellingcity.com/
  • Grammar-GUMS book
  • Guided math, reading, writing and literacy centers
  • Time for Kids magazine TFK-Reinventing the Library Mag Quiz.pdf
  • Morning Work ..\Pictures\Kids\' Pics 2013\Morning Work Quiz 41-44.doc
  • Common, Summative Assessments and Recess Review
  • Journaling math funny pic.jpg
  • IXL http://www.ixl.com/ username is student ID and password is 123
  • Website http://teacherweb.com/GA/CheathamHillElementary/MissStone/index.html
  • Friday Folders-sign and return on Monday. Keep work for future reference. 1st Quarter\Back to School- 2014-2015\Behavior Chart 1st Nine Weeks 8-4-14.docx
  • Stevi B’s Reading Celebration Reading is Important 8-5-14.png
  • Behavior Plan-Bingo Board, Compliment Chain -Recess Reflection, Infractions, Detention
slide9

A Little More about Behavior…

  • I believe that everyone can succeed in my class.  I hold my students to high expectations.  I expect ALL students to come ready to learn! Disruptive behavior will not be tolerated. Each and every one of us is responsible for our own actions.  Remember, every action has a consequence-both the good and the bad.
  • The school wide behavior plan will be enforced in my classroom.  Students that misbehave will face the following consequences: he/she will first be given a warning, second he/she will be sent to another teacher’s room if the misbehavior continues, next will be an infraction/parent phone call, a second infraction followed by an after school detention, and a third infraction will result in an office referral.
  • 4th Grade Expectations- 1st Quarter\4th Grade Expectations PowerPoint.pptx
odds and ends and everything in between
Odds and Ends and Everything in Between
  • Common Core Curriculum http://www.cobbk12.org/commoncore/docs/Grade%204%20PTA%20Guide.pdf
  • Grading Scale:

A=100-90 B=89-80 C=79-74 D=73-70 F=69 & below

  • Synergy sign up is in the lobby tonight.
  • Watch D.O.G.S sign up in the lobby and online.
  • CRCT scores can be picked up at the Synergy desk.
  • Computer Lab is every 2 weeks. We start next Thursday.
  • Writing Lab will be every Monday. We start next week.
  • Picture Day is Thursday, August 21st
  • 4thGrade Activities Letter will go home tomorrow. Please don’t mark in the “Office Use Only” section of the envelope.

4th Grade Activity Letter for parents 2013-2014.docx

        • Sharon O’Grady is the school nurse.
        • Georgia Bartlett is your child’s counselor.
slide11

Transportation

  • Please send in a note. Your child cannot leave school an alternate way without notifying the school of the change. Emails CAN’T be accepted. Call the office before 2:00 if there is a sudden change. 
  • Car Riders vs. Walkers-Please do not park and walk in to get your children, please use the car line if you are driving to pick up your child.
  • Walkers will now gather on the Kindergarten playground in the afternoons (beginning next week).
  • Please do not drive into the bus port to drop off students in the mornings (walkers are fine)
  • After 2:45, students/parents cannot return to the classrooms.
field trips
Field Trips

Jim Sawgrass, Safety Village, Wellstar, Youth Museum

communication and closing remarks
Communication and Closing Remarks

Please feel free to contact me at any time

at [email protected]

Education is a three-part system:

your child, the parents and the teacher.

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