Ocean Springs Upper Elementary. 4th grade Curriculum Night. Teacher Introductions. Team 1 Jodi Rice (ELA) and Julie Rossi (Math/Science) Bernadette Vitale (ELA) and LaLinda Waldrop (Math/Science). Team 2 Mary Hirsch (ELA) and Paige Webber (Math/Science)
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4th grade Curriculum Night
Jodi Rice (ELA) and Julie Rossi (Math/Science)
Bernadette Vitale (ELA) and LaLinda Waldrop (Math/Science)
Mary Hirsch (ELA) and Paige Webber (Math/Science)
Tracie McDaniel (ELA) and Heidi Verner (Math/Science)
Ashley Chennault (ELA) and Kristina Alfonso (Math/Science)
Pam Bates (ELA) and Michelle Allen (Math/Science)
Linh Morales (ELA) and Kellye Bolar (Math/Science)
Tina Harris (ELA) and Leigh Browning (Math/Science)
Rebecca Sisco (ELA) and Sarah Merrill (Math/Science)
All students are expected to follow the Greyhound Code at all times:
I will be..
We use PBIS: Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports
Each class has developed a Class Contract
Mississippi is a member of the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness and College Careers (PARCC)
PARCC is a 20-state consortium working together to develop next-generation K-12 assessments in English and math. PARCC benefits:
Students who will know if they are on track to graduate ready for college and careers
Teachers with regular results available to guide learning and instruction
Parents with clear and timely information about the progress of their children
States with valid results that are comparable across the member states
The nation as it is based on college- and career-ready, internationally-benchmarked CCSS
English Language Arts Curriculum for 4th grade.
Accelerated Reader provides students with the incentive to practice the craft of reading.
Students will take the STAR assessment this week to identify their reading level and areas of necessary instruction. Teachers use this data to set individual goals for each student and to guide small group lessons.
A.R. goals are set quarterly. Students who meet both their percentage AND points goals will be invited to participate in quarterly celebrations.
Monitor your child’s activity through Home Connect at the OSSD website.
Please check your child’s Tuesday folder each week for graded assignments.
You can also monitor your child’s grades through Parent Connect.
And the highlight of the year…
Hall of Fame
(Each team has a different date)
We leave school at 5:30 a.m. and return around 9:30 p.m.
Information will be sent home at least 3 weeks in advance.
For any additional information, please contact your child’s homeroom teacher.
We look forward to hearing from you!