Fourth Grade

4th Grade Team

Class News

  • Weekly Spelling List 


    4/12 Spelling list

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  • Report Card Information

    Report cards will be mailed home at the end of the year. We will be sending home envelopes that are in need of two stamps each.  The envelopes went home on 4/18, and are due back on 4/26. Please find more information below 


    Report Card Envelope Information

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  • Counselor's Corner 

    Please find the attached newsletter for April below!

    April Newsletter

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  •  DIS Visit

    Students from Johnson will travel to DIS on May 20. Please do not schedule any appointments on the morning of this day.  More information will come home closer to the day.  There are important parent dates and information on the link below.

     DIS Transition Dates and Information

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  • Field Trip Chaperone Mandatory Meeting

    If you were selected to chaperone for the field trip to Austin, there is a MANDATORY meeting scheduled for Tuesday, April 23 beginning at 3:15.  This meeting is required in order for you to attend the trip.  We will let you know what room you will be meeting in closer to the date.  

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  • *Looking Ahead* Important Dates  

    4/19:  Inclement Weather Day - Possibly no school for staff and students

    4/22:  No School for students / Staff Professional Development Day

    4/23:  Austin Field Trip Chaperone Training 3:15-4:30

    4/29:  4th Grade Group Picture - 8:30 a.m.

    5/10:  Field Trip to Austin

    5/13:  STAAR Math Test

    5/14:  STAAR Reading Test

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  • Field Day Kindergarten Helpers

    4th-grade students have the opportunity to become a Kindergarten buddy for field day.  In January, the expectations were communicated to students and an email was sent to our parent groups.  

    In order to participate as a Kindergarten buddy, 4th-grade students must have 80% days with no behavior notes on their communication logs. In other words, everyone makes mistakes, but we are promoting this position as one of responsibility and mentorship, and we maintain high expectations for students expecting to fill this role. Therefore, as in previous years, a 4th grader hoping to earn this privilege may have no more than 16 days with documented misbehaviors up to May 17th in order to participate.  Examples of inappropriate behaviors are the same as throughout the year (talking out, continuous disruption, not following directions or being off task repetitively, rudeness, etc.).

    Carefully review your child’s communication log each Monday when it comes home in the blue folder. If there is a behavior mark, discuss this with your child so they can remain on track to earn this fun, end-of-year privilege.  Thank you for your support.  

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  • Student Electronics

    We are seeing a rise in issues with smartwatches (texting, games, etc.). We are asking that students with electronics (cell phones, smartwatches, etc.) please leave their devices in their backpacks during class time. Students are welcome to have them in-use before and after school if they need them for transportation purposes, but they do not need them during class time. Thank you for your understanding!

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  • Accessing Resources from Home

    Your child's resources are easy to access.  Click on the link below.  This will take you to the ClassLink login page.  Enter your child's s# (student number) and his/her password.  A dashboard will pop-up for you to select from.  If you need any further assistance, contact your child's teacher.  

    ClassLink Dashboard

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Weekly Curriculum

  • Week of: April 23rd-26th   

    Writing: Big 6 Research Project 
    Word Study: Wordly Wise lesson 14
    Reading: STAAR Bootcamp! 
    Social Studies: Railroads, Oil & Gold 
    Math: Measuring Angles 
    Science: Life-cycles 



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