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Maternity Leave

Hello boys and girls! Today is my last day with you before I begin my maternity leave to have the baby. I am so sad that our year together got cut short but I am so proud of how you have all adjusted to virtual learning! Make sure you keep […]

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Virtual Learning – Week of May 11th

Hello boys and girls! Make sure you are checking ClassDojo and MobyMax for our weekly announcements and assignments. If you have questions be sure to let me know! I hope you all have a great week!

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Learning Materials Pick-Up

Good news parents, we have learning materials ready for you to pick up at school for your children! The student’s math workbooks, Ready Common Core Workbooks and a selection of other school supplies can be picked up at school on Tuesday, May 5 from 12:00 to 3:00 pm OR on […]

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Virtual Learning – Week of May 4th

Just as a reminder, please make sure you are checking MobyMax everyday for this weeks virtual learning assignments and lessons!

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Gym and Art Blogs

Please check out Ms. Webb and Ms. Zechar’s blogs for information regarding gym and art! Ms. Zechar (art) – https://iblog.dearbornschools.org/zechar/ Ms. Webb (gym) – https://iblog.dearbornschools.org/webbl/

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Virtual school for the week of April 20th

THIS WEEK, ALL ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCESSED THROUGH MOBY MAX ON CLEVER!! Directions on how to access Moby Max: Go to www.dearbornschools.org , at the very top is the Home link, click on that and scroll down to student portal and click on it.   You will see a big blue […]

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Virtual School for Week of April 13th

Dear Parents and Students, We hope that everyone had a relaxing spring break and that you and your family are healthy and safe at home. For our fourth week of remote learning we have made some changes based on what we have learned so far. We do know that the district will have a plan to submit to the state very soon and that our remote learning will change in some ways. Because we have a better understanding about the time students should spend on school work, we are including a new sample schedule. Use this suggested time to plan your child’s day of learning at home. The assignments the students will have are smaller and focused on one objective for each content area. This does not mean they are easier.As a reminder for students, we are including some of the expectations for fourth grade here. Please discuss these with your child. It will not be new information but a review of what we have taught from the first day of school. Sample Schedule: it is recommended that fourth grade students work remotely for three hours. Please remember that students do not need to sit and work for three hours without stopping. Brain breaks and physical activity are important. Work may be completed in any order. Math: 60 minutes totalAssignment 1: 25 minutes5 – 7 minutes for brain break/physical activityAssignment 2: 25 minutes5 – 7 minutes for fact practice ELA: 90 minutes totalKidsa-z: 30 minutes focused reading and answering questions5 – 7 minutes brain break/physical activityIXL Reading skills practice: 15 minutesSpelling: 10 minutes practice dailyWriting: IXL skills practice for 10 minutes; 20 minutes for writing assignment Science/Social Studies: 30 minutesSpend 15 minutes for each science and social studies every day. 4th Grade Assignments and Expectations Math: IXL Topic D, only lessons 30 and 31 are to be completed with a score of 85% or better by Friday, April 17.Students need to show all their work. The two lessons for this week will require students to use paper and pencil to solve multi-digit multiplication problems and to solve word problems. This is not new content but review. Reading Assignment 1: continue to read leveled books on kidsa-z.Students should pass the quiz the first or second time at the very most. Reading carefully for understanding is really important.The constructed response questions are not optional but required. Answers here should be written in complete sentences, use correct capitalization and punctuation and have evidence from the text to support the response. One sentence answers are not acceptable for 4th grade. Reading Assignment 2: IXL only Main Idea A1 and A2 are to be completed with a score of 85% or better by Friday, April 17. Writing Assignment 1: IXL only Topic U1 (sentence variety) is to be completed with a score of 85% or better by Friday April 17. Writing Assignment 2: Scholastic News article and opinion response. Read through this scholastic news and then complete an opinion letter to an elected official (think president, governor, or mayor) about the debate article “Is it OK to Swim With Manatees?”. The model for the letter is below. You can either type in a google document and then share it with me or write it on a paper and send me a picture. This is due by Friday, April 17th.Link to scholastic news: https://sn4.scholastic.com/issues/2019-20/041320.htmlLink to opinion letter outline (you should use this format to write your letter): https://drive.google.com/file/d/1T65Fj7nOXYbf3-fBpp7m3VEzk0XNtdQZ/view?usp=sharing Vocabulary: IXL only FF1 Context Clues is to be completed with a score of 85% or better by Friday, April 17. Spelling:Monday – write words in ABC orderTuesday – write words as pyramid wordsWednesday – write words as rainbow wordsThursday – write sentences using the wordsFriday – have a parent or older sibling test you Endings: /y/ to /ier/ happierearliergreedieremptierfunnierprettierfriendliercloudierbouncierfanciernatural resourcecapital resourcehuman resourceconsumerProducer Science and Social Studies: many students have not completed any of the assignments from the first three weeks of remote learning. Please refer to the assignment pages from the first three weeks and focus on completing those assignments this week.

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Report Cards

The Elementary Report Cards for Marking Period 3 are currently being processed and will be available to parents in ParentConnect, Monday April 6, 2020. Following is some information on how parents can access report cards data in MIStar ParentConnect. Please note that if you have more than one child, you […]

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Virtual School for Week of March 30th

Week of March 30th:  IXL:  Log on using your IXL login. Please complete all of the lessons for math and language arts that are starred. Once you complete all of the starred lessons and have scored 100% on them, then you may move on to non-starred lessons. If you need […]

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School work for week of March 23rd:

IXL:  Log on using your IXL login. Please complete all of the lessons for math and language arts that are starred. Once you complete all of the starred lessons and have scored 100% on them, then you may move on to non-starred lessons. If you need your login, please message […]

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