Points of Interest
|Reading||Bob Jones & Mosdos|
|Language||The Shurley Method|
|Math||Math in Focus|
|Science & Spelling||Purposeful Design|
|Social Studies||A Beka|
|Student Handbook 2014-2015|
Commonly Asked Questions
Question: How do you communicate with parents?
Answer: A progress report is sent home every Friday in the Freedom folder. The progress report shows all assignments from the previous week with the grades, the student’s cumulative grades, remaining lunch tickets, and classroom announcements such as upcoming quizzes and tests.
Question: What is the greatest academic challenge in the fourth grade?
Answer: The biggest challenge for most students is mastery of multiplication, division, and fractions in math. The second challenge is developing and maintaining solid study habits to help retain a high volume of content information in science and social studies.
Question: How can I prepare my child for fourth grade?
Answer: The fourth grade math curriculum moves quickly and a student not knowing his/her facts will struggle. Read with your child and have him/her read aloud to you. Give your child responsibilities at home and hold him/her accountable for fulfilling these. Insist that your child keep up with his/her own schoolwork and assignments to increase a sense of ownership in his/her education.