• Mr. Currier -- 4th Grade

    1st Quarter, School Year 2019-2020
     
     
    Cactus Blossoms
     
    Welcome!
     
    Welcome to the website for Scott Currier, 4th Grade Science & Social Studies teacher at Highland Lakes School.
     
    The shcool year is now well underway, as we enter Week 5.
     
    This year we have a lot of Early Release Fridays. This is a paradigm shift for all of us. There are no more 1/2 days. School days are all similar, but most of the Fridays will end 90 minutes early. Please encourage your student to stay healthy, go to school, and continue doing their best!
     
    Week 7
    Science: This week we're learning more about soil and doing experiments with soil cohesion. We'll also continue monitoring our terrariums, as well as our most recent experiment, we're calling Capilarry Action 2. PLEASE continue to save egg cartons! Journals will be due Friday!!!
     
    Social Studies: This week we're learning more about Arizona's Settlements & Cities. We're also distinguishing between Facts & Opinioins from Arizona Highways.
     
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    I'll put more updates here on the the website soon.
     
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    Please review my calendar to see our 4th grade dates. (https://www.dvusd.org/Page/7894 )
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    Ms. Yahner's website link is here: https://www.dvusd.org/Domain/3209
     
    Ms. Nick's website link is here:  https://www.dvusd.org/Domain/3003
     
    I suggest making this website and the above two "favorites" of yours, to save time navigating through 4th grade. 
     
    A quick link: www.dvusd.org/hl-currier will be easier to access, than "domain etc" .