Morgan Math Munchies

4th Grade Mrs. Miller

Math Geometry Test-WEDNESDAY

The Math Geometry test has been moved to WEDNESDAY. Students should bring back their bonus point slip on that day instead of Tuesday, like originally planned. If you have questions concerning the study guide or test, please feel free to email me.

End of the year important dates

We are very close to the last half of our 4th quarter. There are many important dates contained in the month of May. Please see the list below and contact your homeroom teacher if you have any questions.

April 30- Midterm Progress Reports

May 4- PARCC End Of Year test (EOY)

May 6- PARCC (EOY)

May 8- PARCC (EOY)

-Bookmobile pickup

May 11- Bookfair week starts

May 12- SS Air test

May 13- Map testing (Math)

May 14- Map testing (Reading)

May 15- Grandparents’ Day

May 20- Fort Ancient Field Trip

May 22- Visit to 5th grade 9:15 (a.m. only)

May 25- No School-Memorial Day

May 27- Vocabulary Parade (more info will come home in the near future.)

May 29- 4th Grade fun day

June 2- Awards Day

June 3- Field Day and last day


I sent home a note with students who have been tutoring concerning the final dates we will meet this year. Please ask your student to see that note if they have not given it to you already. Thank you for all your support of this program. I have seen impressive growth from students and enjoy working with them during this small group session.

Measurement and Year End Review

We will conclude our math studies this year with a measurement unit. In addition, we will take a final look back at all the concepts we have focused in on this year. I like to remind the students that when they came in to fourth grade, they had zero to little understanding of concepts like long division and multi-digit multiplication. The ease at which students complete these tasks today is a testament to their hard work. When 4th graders leave the elementary and head to the middle school I hope they leave with this one understanding: there is nothing, NOTHING they can not do (mathematically and generally in their lives) when they put their minds to it!

Have a great week!