Welcome to Fourth Grade. Your Child Is A Super Star. Presenting…. Our Fantastic Team :. Ms. Erin Reese Ms. Alissa Heinen. Mrs. Cindy Figueiredo Ms. Kerri Dunleavy. Mrs. Gaye Fedesna Ms. Kristina Gisin. Expectations for the Learning Environment. Listen carefully.
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Our Fantastic Team :
Ms. Erin Reese Ms. Alissa Heinen
Each classroom recognizes good behavior in different ways.
Consequences for not following the rules will result in a loss of citizenship points.
Make sure your child knows what the after school plan is before coming to school.
***Students will not be given permission to use the phone to change after school plans once they arrive at school. ***
lunch from 11:25-11:45 and
recess from 11:45-12:10.
On the last Friday of the each month, from 2:20-2:40, the classroom will celebrate birthdays for those children having a birthday during that month. On the actual day of the child’s birthday, a parent may bring a healthy snack only for their child. No whole class snack.
The 4th grade teachers would like to designate 10:40 as our time for conferences. If you would like to meet and this time does not work in your schedule, please email the teacher and another time before or after school can be worked out.
All students have been given a pass that releases them from school in the following ways. If your child needs a pass, please notify the homeroom teacher.
If your child is ill, please send a note from home explaining the absence. Make up work will be given when they return to school. This policy also applies for other absences from school.
Description of Olweus Bullying Prevention Program: “…the most researched and best-known bullying prevention program available today. It is a whole-school program that has been proven to prevent or reduce bullying throughout a school setting. OBPP is used at the school, classroom and individual levels and includes methods to reach out to parents and the community for involvement and support.”
The program will help us to all use the same vocabulary when talking about and defining bullying. It will address not only how to work with the bully and the victim, but it will also focus on the importance of the role of the bystander(s).
Incorporates an in depth study of Texas…