Fourth-grade News

Hosp Elementary, Frisco, Texas

NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS MONDAY

Families, please remember that there is no school for students this Monday, April 27. We look forward to seeing everyone on Tuesday!

WHAT ARE WE LEARNING NEXT WEEK?

Math: Division and Interpreting Remainders

Science: Owl Unit

Reading: Synthesizing; novel studies

Writing: Poetry; personal narrative; expository

Grammar: Prefixes

Social Studies: Dust Bowl

HOSP CARNIVAL THIS WEEKEND!

Join us Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Hosp Spring Carnival and Silent Auction! Rain or shine, we'll be here with all kinds games and activities! Plus, we have some incredible auction items waiting for your bid. Come support your school and have a great time with your family and friends! If you forgot to purchase an entry wristband, we will have them for sale at the door for just $15. Remember, adults and children under 3 are free. See you Saturday!

SAVE THE DATE: OPEN HOUSE

We can't wait to see you at school the evening of Thursday, May 7! Your fourth-grader is hard at work, preparing for our Texas History Living Museum. Each classroom will showcase important people in our state's history. We hope you all will attend, any time between 6 and 7 p.m. that night!

VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION BREAKFAST

Parents, we are incredibly thankful for the time, energy and resources you devote to Hosp Elementary and fourth grade! We hope you'll attend the Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast in your honor -- a small way to say thank you! Join us Friday, May 15, any time between 7:30 and 9:30 a.m. in the Hosp Library.

LEARN MORE ABOUT FRISCO ISD

Whether you've lived here for a decade or just moved to Frisco, you're sure to learn something new about our school district from this informative presentation. Click here for facts and figures on our fast-growing community.

NEED THE SPELLING LIST?

You can find current spelling lists on our web page. Click here for the link.

40-BOOK CHALLENGE

All fourth-graders have been encouraged this year to read at least 40 books, representing various genres.
  • Poetry
  • Traditional literature
  • Realistic fiction
  • Historical fiction
  • Fantasy
  • Science fiction
  • Mystery
  • Informational nonfiction
  • Biography/autobiography/memoir
  • Chapter books (reader's choice)

Please check in with your child to ask how his/her list is shaping up! We are halfway through the school year, so students who have been tracking their reading should have about 20 books listed so far.


Big congratulations to these students who have accomplished the 40-Book Challenge and are featured on a bulletin board in the main hallway!

  • Sethu
  • Anirudh
  • Suhani
  • Pavan
  • Ishita
  • Iniya
  • Timi

ACCESS TO THE STUDENT LEARNING HUB

The Student Learning Hub offers links to curriculum-related resources. For example, you can view state standards for all subjects; characteristics of reading genres; and videos that explain how math concepts are taught in the district. Your child's homeroom teacher has already sent a click sheet that walks you through the login process. Please let us know if you have questions.