• 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?  

    AIMS SCIENCE LINK:https://az.testnav.com/client/index.html

     





    We are a NUT FREE CLASSROOM!
    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.

    We are also a CHEMICAL FREE CLASSROOM!
    I will be providing all safe and student friendly cleaners, soaps, and lotions. You may provide tissues, baby wipes, and paper towels.
     
    Daily Schedule
    8:00  Journal Write All Things EQ
    8:15  Social Studies
    8:45  Writing
    9:45  Special
    10:30 RTI
    11:00 Reading
    12:00 Lunch
    12:45 Math
    2:00 Science
    2:45 Dismissal 




    Dates to Remember: 

     

     

    1/21/19  No School

    1/25/19  Early release 11:20

    2/6/19   Staff Development Day No School

    2/11 -2/15  Spring Conferences

    2/14      Early Release 11:20

    2/15     Early Release 11:20

    2/18        No School President's Day

    3/1        Early Release

    3/14        FIELD DAY

    3/15      3rd Quarter Ends

    3/18-3/22  Spring Break, No School

    4/5        Early Release 11:20

    4/19      No School Spring Break Day

    5/3        Early Release  11:20

    5/9        End of Year Reading Invetory Test

    5/23/19  Last Day of 4th Grade!

     
     
     
     
     
    Daily Specials and Times:
    Monday      PE       9:45
    Tuesday      ART    9:45 
    Wednesday PE       9:45
    Thursday     BAND 9:45
    Friday      Makeup  9:45 (wear PE shoes)


    "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