Adventures in 4th
3 CFA Spirit Night 5:00-8:00
7 Teacher Workday
8-11 Fall Break
16 Report Cards
17 Tigers of Tomorrow Begins
20 Freaky 5K 3PM
21-25 Bus Appreciation Week
25 Fall Festival
28-1 Red Ribbon Week
29 Santa Pictures
30 Drug Dog Assembly
Red Ribbon Dress Up Days
Tuesday October 29th - Dress for Success
Wednesday October 30th - Decade Day & Drug Dog Assembly
Thursday October 31st - Book Character Dress Up Day
Friday November 1st - Freedom Day - Dress up red, white, and blue
Tiger of the Month: Self-Awareness
Jacob consistently demonstrates self-awareness. He is able to demonstrate self-control in various situations, works hard to monitor his learning and asks questions when he needs to. He shows intrinsic motivation to be his very best! Way to go, Jacob!
Emma works so hard and is always in control of her emotions. Emma is very helpful to everyone that she comes in contact with. She is a great role model for self awareness because she exemplifies what it means to be self aware of herself.
Bethany Bickford is our Self Awareness Tiger of the Month! Bethany exhibits self-control and is a good role model for her peers. She is a hard worker and always tries her best. Bethany consistently shows her Providence PRIDE! Congratulations Bethany!
Ways to get involved:
- donate candy (DUE 10/22) - homeroom contest for donations with free wristbands and tickets as prizes
- sign up to work a booth that night - we will send out a sign up soon
*Rice: Cake Walk
*Garner: Pumpkin Golf
- donate to our grade level basket for the Basket Raffle - Tailgating Theme
*If you are interested in being a VENDOR, print the form below and send to school in your child's Tiger Tracker. If you need a printed copy, please reach out to your homeroom teacher. We are happy to help!
What We Are Learning
We will read both literature and informational books as we focus on our essential question, “How do the characters in "Love that Dog" exhibit a great heart?”
Students will begin working on narrative writing.
Our grammar bootcamp focus this month is parts of speech prepositional phrases.
We will use our 4C’s throughout the month to collaborate, communicate, show creativity, and use critical thinking skills in groups and individually.
Vocabulary: literal, figurative, main idea, key details, focus statement
- Multiplying and divide by multiples of 10's: 10,100, and 1,000. - Multiplying multi-digit numbers (up to 4 digit numbers by single digit number) - multiplying double digit by double digits. - Solving multi-step word problems with adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing- Reasoning with divisibilities , Factors, Composite number and prime numbers - Solve division problems with and without remainders.
Please remind students to be here every day! We complete a new math lesson every day.
Vocabulary: product, multiples, factors, dividend, divisor, remainders, composite number, prime number, divisible, difference, sum, quotient.
Science and Social Studies
- Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to demonstrate the water cycle
- Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information using weather charts, maps and data to predict weather
Vocabulary: solid, liquid, gas, water vapor, condensation, precipitation, evaporation, water cycle,
Unit: Challenges of a New Nation
- analyze the challenges faced by the framers of the Constitution
- describe the meaning of the federal government
- explain the importance of freedoms granted by the First Amendment
- describe the structure of the government and the Bill of Rights
Vocabulary: Constitution, amendment, federal, government
Links & Websites
We have created a PES intranet with websites students use here at school as well as sites that could be beneficial to use at home. Each grade level has a tab with grade specific sites. Simply click on the image and it will take you to the website.
View student progress in the AR program: points earned, bookshelf - books read, student AR quiz scores, etc.
UN: Student's STAR/AR login
PW: Student's lunch #
Meet the Team!
Science/ Social Studies