4th Grade News

  • It's the last week of school, concluding on Thursday, May 23 at 11:35. 

    Have a great summer everyone!!


     

This Week in Language Arts

  • Week of 5.6-5.10
     
    Reading
     
    Story: "Encyclopedia Brown: The Case of the Slippery Salamander"
    Skill/Strategy: Literary Elements/Cause+Effect
     
    Writing
    Students will be reviewing various grammar skills this week in Mr. Cohon's and Mrs. Kozubal's class. 5/10/19
     
     

    Students will be presenting Myths this week in Mrs. McKinney's class.

     
    Extra Info.
     Students will be taking their final SRI assessment on May 13th. Final scores will be posted in the gradebook to share growth, but will not count towards their overall grade. 
     
     
    Read Aloud

    "Matilda" by Roald Dahl 

     Updated 5.6
     
     

This Week in Science

  • Presentations continue this week.  Students will present their Animal Reports, Natural Disasters, Water Cycle or Electrical Spark presentations to the class. 

     


    Updated for the week of 5/20/19


     

This Week in Social Studies

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    Social Studies has concluded for the year.  The AZ Capitol Museum is open to visit for free, so if your student was excited about the field trip, take some time and visit it with your family.

    Updated for the week of 05/20/19


     

This Week in Math

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      Module 2 Metric 

    • We will continue our unit on the metric system completing in class pracitce.
    • No homework this week. 

      Updated 5/20/19

Extra Reminders

  • Please Check Bookbacks

    Students often accumulate materials in their bookbags that can be left at home. This can cause a big strain on the back and finding things can be a problem. You can help your child by asking them to take everything out of their bookbag on the weekend and replacing only what is required. With the exception of special projects, please use the following list to help your child stay organized: 4th grade binder and Graded Work Folder; pencil case; One chapter book, and the Student Planner.

    PRIDE Cards:
     
    Green PRIDE cards are bound in the student planners that are send home each day. They are meant to keep you informed of any behavior issues that your child may be having at school. Please ask to see your child's planner and check to see how they are doing. Each month brings a clean card and a fresh chance to improve. The PRIDE cards should be signed by you at the end of each month.

    Monday Graded Work Folders

    Please be sure to check your child's Graded Work Folder for graded work, sign the sheet on the inside of the folder and return the empty folder to your child's backpack.


    Remind

    If you haven't already done so, please sign up for.  We use this text messaging system to send out a quick text each day with assignments and reminders.  Really a backup system to the assignment planners that the students will be getting on the first day.  To sign up for Remind, Simply send a text to this number:   81010  and put this in the message:   @7k32hg


    Assignment Planners

    Please check over assignments, check the planner, and sign at the bottom for the day.  If you have a message please email, please do not write notes in the planner.


The Fourth Grade Team

  • Here we are!  Mrs. McKinney, Mrs. Kozubal and Mr. Cohon.

    New selfie coming soon!

Contact Info

  • Mr. Cohon
    Science & Social Studies
    Phone: 623-445-7658
    Email:  alex.cohon@dvusd.org
     
    Mrs. Kozubal
    Math
    Phone:  623-445-7657
    Email:  debbie.kozubal@dvusd.org
     
    Mrs. McKinney
    Language Arts
    Phone:  623-445-7656
    Email:  abby.mckinney@dvusd.org

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Mission Statement

  • We the Students of Terramar’s 4th Grade, in Order to form a more proper Classroom Environment to establish Hard Workers, promote Self Confidence and Good Behaviors and secure Respect to everyone at school, do ordain and establish this Mission Statement for the 4th Grade Classes of Terramar Academy of the Arts.

     


     

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