Welcome to the 4th Grade!

I enjoyed meeting so many students and families at Open House! I have been trying to study student pictures/names and have been praying for this group of students for so long that I am thrilled that the year is finally here!

Thank you to all of the parents who have donated items to our class! We look forward to using those supplies this year. We could not do what we do without all of you. Below are some of the due dates for my class:

8/27     twos, Hail Mary, Glory Be

9/10     fives, Our Father, Sign of the Cross

9/17     zeros and Grace before Meals

9/24     ones and Grace after Meals

10/1     tens and Angel of God

10/8     nines and Fatima Prayer

10/15   fours and Act of Contrition

10/22   threes and 1st 4 of the 8 Beatitudes

10/29   sixes and 8 Beatitudes

11/5     eights and Act of Faith

11/12   sevens and Act of Hope

11/19   elevens and Act of Love

11/26   1st part of the Apostle’s Creed

12/3     twelves and 2nd part of the Apostle’s Creed       

1/7       1st 5 of the 10 Commandments

1/14     10 Commandments

1/28     1st part of Hail Holy Queen

2/4       Hail Holy Queen

2/11     Morning Offering

2/25     1st part of the Nicene Creed

3/4       2nd part of the Nicene Creed

3/18     1st 7 Stations of the Cross

3/25     Stations of the Cross

4/5       4th grade ALEKS due

Study habits

In 4th grade studying becomes more important and essential for success.

A few suggestions include:

  1. Pay attention in class.
  2. Take good notes.
  3. Plan ahead for tests and projects.
  4. Break it down. (If you have a bunch of stuff to learn, break it into smaller chunks.) This is especially true for studying vocabulary and facts. Short frequent daily intervals work best.
  5. Ask for help if you get stuck.
  6. Get a good night's sleep!

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