• Welcome to Mrs. Dymond's Fourth Grade!





    MISSION: To always strive to be a life-long learner with a kind and positive attitude! Always ask: What did I learn today? and         How did I show kindness?  



    ANY item consumed in the classroom must be processed in a nut free environment. Please read all labels below the ingredients for ANY allergy information. Items MAY NOT contain ANY type of nut. Suggested snacks are: pretzels, popcorn, rice snacks, chips, crackers, goldfish, graham crackers, fruit snacks, Rice Krispie treats, fresh fruit, and fresh vegetables.
    Daily Schedule
    Block 1
    8:00-8:45 Specials (see CANVAS CALENDAR)
    8:45-9:00 RECESS
    9:00-9:45 ALL Things EQ / Science
    9:45-11:25  Math
    11:30-12:05 Lunch / Recess
    Block 2
    12:05-12:50 Science
    12:50-2:15 Math
    2:15-2:45 RTI

    Important Dates:  

    October 19th Conference Week (ZOOM)

    October 22 - 23: Half Days 11:20 release

    October 30: Early Release

    November 6: Early Release

    November 11: Veterans' Day No School 

    November 20: Early Release

    November 23-27: Thanksgiving Break 

    December 4: Early Release

    December 11: Early Release

    December 18: Half Day 11:20 release 

    December 21-January 1- Winter Break 

    January 8: Early Release

    January 15: Early Release

    January 18: MLK Day No School

    January 29: Early Release

    February 5: Early Release

    February 12: Early Release

    February 15: Presidents' Day No School

    February 22-26: Conference Week

    February 25 and 26: Half Days 11:20 release

    March 5: Early Release

    March 12: Early Release

    March 15-19: SPRING BREAK

    March 26: Early Release

    April 2: Spring Day No School

    April 30: Early Release

    May 7: Early Release

    May 14: Early Release

    May 20: Last day of Fourth Grade Half Day 11:20 Release



    "You can teach a student a lesson for a day; but if you can teach him to learn by creating curiosity, he will continue the learning process as long as he lives.”
    -Clay P. Bedford