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Sun School Week 2

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Check out the new theme for week two of Sun School... the OLYMPICS!
The link to the padlet can be found above in the Sun School tab or in your child's Google classroom!  Have fun! 
Questions? Please ask a grade 4 teacher on talking points or use the email listed below. 
Cindy Soule
Nicole Casasa-Blouin
Cindy Blackie

Susan Powers
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Sun School June 1st - June 12thClick on the Sun School tab above for activities for week 1.New activities will be posted Monday, June 8th for week 2.Students working with a teacher were notified with a letter and  will be contacted by the teacher. Each day all fourth grade teachers will be posting a daily message in our academic blocks.  It will be a fun clip of some kind to make kids laugh or give them a tip for the day! Kids can post a comment in classroom if they want to touch base with a teacher.

Questions?  Please reach out to your child's teacher via the Talking Points App or by email.

Cindy Soule
Nicole Casasa-Blouin
Cindy Blackie
Susan Powers

4th Grade Daily Checklist

FIRST check out your HOMEROOM google classroom...there might be a question, silly video or something for you to see!THEN check out EACH of your core subjects.  Yes, ALL of them!  Reading, Science, Math, and Writing!  AFTER make a PLAN : what subject will you do first, second, third...then DO IT!FINALLY when you finish all your assignments do a happy dance and SUBMIT YOUR DAILY ATTENDANCE on your homeroom google classroom!Want more to do: head to our grade 4 website click on any subject tab across the top.  This will link you to loads of fun stuff to keep you busy!IF YOU HAVE ANY trouble with technology or assignments please reach out through Talking Points or email...we want to HELP!
Daily Work Expectations  FAQ

When does online remote learning actually begin? It begins Monday, March 23rd. March 18-20 are days for you to work on your packets that were picked up at Riverton or sent to you electronically from your classroom teacher. 

Is there a specific time that students should log on each day?No, we understand that many families have children and adults in their home that rely on the internet and shared devices. We have intentionally designed the lessons so that they can be completed on your own timeframe (within each instructional day).  The district has asked teachers to take attendance at 4pm, so students should fill out the google form before then (this can be found on your child’s homeroom teacher’s Google Classroom).

How do I know what my child should be doing each day?They should be signing into Google Classroom each day for each subject. There they will find the assignments and the support documents, videos, etc. that they need to complete and submit each tas…
Homeroom Google Classrooms
4th Grade Students: please add your homeroom teacher's classroom code on google
Mrs. Soule: i5w3n6l

Mrs. Powers: 5sk4kqo

Ms. Nicole: rgsqe5v

Mrs. Blackie: fftsn4s

If you have any trouble with this, please reach out to the homeroom teacher for help!

March 18, 2020 

Dear 4th Grade Families,

We are committed to continuing to provide your student with a rigorous education during this uncertain time.  Starting on Monday, March 23, we will be posting all assignments on Google Classroom (please see below on how to access this resource).  Before accessing assignments devices will need to have Google Chrome downloaded. In the meantime, there are some paper tasks in this packet that were created by the district staff.  Your child can bring the packet back to school when we return.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to us through Talking Points or email: Math questions: Cindy Blackie: Reading  / science questions: Nicole Casasa-Blouin: or Cindy Soule: Writing questions: Susan Powers:

Please contact your child’s homeroom teacher for questions not related to a particular subject area!
Please know that we love …
Read Across America Day!
Today is a day to celebrate one's love of reading!  Reading Blocks 1 & 2 got a chance to meet Maine Mariner's hockey coach Riley Armstrong and his wife, Amber, who is a former Air Force mechanic.  Students got a chance to learn about their jobs and listen to Zackery's Ball and Clink  read aloud.

Reading Blocks 3 & 4 got to meet 2019 Miss Maine Carolyn Brady!  She read aloud What Can a Citizen Do? and students discussed the importance of citizenship.  Click here to read more about this impressive Bowdoin graduate.