Welcome to Class 4-1 2016-2017
Mrs. Saccone: Math, Science, Religion
"Every child is someone else's whole world!"
This is my 18th year teaching and my seventh year at Notre Dame. I have wanted to be a teacher since I was a little girl playing school with my Grandpa. I am the mommy to my beautiful 4 year old daughter, Gianna. I am looking forward to an exciting year sharing in both your child's educational and spiritual growth. If you have any questions or concerns, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, March 17th: CIRCUS
*Please be sure to send a note in if there is a change in your child's dismissal. It is greatly appreciated.
*If you could spare a package of construction paper, it would be greatly appreciated.
Week of March 13th
We have been having a fun and busy time working on fractions. The students love singing the "Simplify Me" song every day. We created equivalent fraction shamrocks. We compared fractions to benchmarks. This week, we will learn how to compare and order fractions and work on a clothesline activity. Students should be studying times tables every night. They should already be mastered upon entering grade four.
The planted our bean seeds in our planter. We will begin learning about force and motion.
We will continue our unit on Lent. Students should be working on their prayer crosses and calendars each night. We will learn about the life of Saint Patrick this week. Students should also begin looking for extra credit articles on "good Samaritans." This will count as extra credit.We also have a class prayer board. Every Monday, students will write on a post it who they would like to pray for and post it to the prayer board. We will then begin chapter one.
1. A note must be sent in if there is any change in your child's dismissal. I cannot take the child's word.
2. Students may bring in a light and healthy snack.
3. Gym is on Tuesdays. Don't forget gym uniform and sneakers.
4. Take Home Folders should be checked and emptied each night.
Mondays: Technology 9:10
Tuesdays: Physical Education 8:30
Wednesdays: Spanish 8:30, Art 1:40
Thursdays: Library 9:10
Fridays: Music 8:30