Fantastic 4th Grade
Week of December 7
4th Grade Instagram Page
4th grade has an Instagram page and we would like for you to follow us! We are only allowing parents to follow our page. If you have an Instagram page, please send me your username so I can identify you after you request access to our private page. The fourth grade page is called "Hedgcoxe_2017" and we can't wait for you to see the pictures that we post on our page!
Instagram Username: Hedgcoxe_2017
Friday Dec.11 Responses need to be received back - Music in the Morning
Friday, December 11 - Math Test Topic 9
Friday, December 18 - Classroom Parties
Thursday, January 7, 2016 - Science Fair Entry Due
Food Labels and Menus Needed
Music in the Mornings
Music in the Morning is back! We are following our tradition of providing Music in the Morning during the last week of school before Winter Break by offering a performance opportunity for any child who wishes to play on the piano or an instrument of his/her choice. Students will take turns playing their pieces in the front hall from 7:20-7:40 each morning. Your student is invited to perform on the day he/she has music class.
If your student wishes to perform in the lobby, please fill out the form below and return to Ms. Arbolino by Friday, December 11. Scheduling will begin immediately. I will contact you as to which day your child is scheduled to perform. If you have any questions, you may reach me at 469-752-1782 or Linda.email@example.com Thank you so much for encouraging your child to share his/her talents with all of us. What a wonderful way to begin the day!
Yearbook Cover Contest and Volunteers
Yearbook Cover Contest
This year the yearbook will have a custom cover created by a student from Hedgcoxe. All students are eligible to submit a hand drawn and colored picture to be the cover of our 2015-2016 yearbook! The cover needs to represent what it means to be a Hedgcoxe Hound. Entries will be accepted until Friday, December 4th. The yearbook coordinators and Ms. Graham will pick the winner out of all of the submissions. We can’t wait to see what the students of Hedgcoxe can come up with!
WANTED: Yearbook Volunteers
Every year a parent in each grade level volunteers to help gather pictures and create the collage pages for the yearbook. If you are interested in being that parent or would like to help get involved with the yearbook, please email Angie Garrison at Angie.Garrison@pisd.edu by Friday, November 20th, to sign up. The yearbook coordinators will email you with further information.
Angie Garrison, Shannon Flohr, & Jennifer LeWinter
2015-2016 Yearbook Coordinators
ALL PACE REFERRALS ARE DUE NO LATER THAN WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9TH. PLEASE TURN IN REFERRALS TO YOUR CHILD’S GRADE LEVEL TEACHER, OR TO OUR GIFTED SPECIALIST, MARGOT ANDERSON. YOU MAY ALSO DROP REFERRALS OFF IN THE FRONT OFFICE, TO MRS. ANDERSON’S ATTENTION. ACCORDING TO DISTRICT POLICY, NO LATE REFERRALS MAY BE ACCEPTED. DOWNLOAD AND PRINT REFERRALS AT THIS SITE: http://www.pisd.edu/parents/advanced.academics/gifted.pace/index.shtml THE QUESTIONS CONTAINED IN THE REFERRAL ARE LENGTHY AND REQUIRE DETAILED RESPONSES. PLEASE CONSIDER THIS WHEN PREPARING YOUR CHILD’S REFERRAL. THE REFERRAL DEADLINE IS ONLY 13 SCHOOL DAYS AWAY!
Thank you very much for your help! Let me know if you have questions…
Students will review the following skills:
· Monitoring Comprehension
· Fact and Opinion
· Cause and Effect
Students will be MAP testing in Reading.
· I can express ideas based on knowledge and experience.
· I can describe the causes of major events of the Texas Revolution.
· I can work in a team and analyze characters from a historical nonfiction text.
Students will be practicing the structure of expository compositions next week.
The Spelling test is scheduled for Friday (Soft c and g).
Students will begin Topic 9, Patterns and Equations, where they will gain an understanding of equality, expressions, and equations.
Students will describe the relationship of expressions using words, symbols and tables, to represent real-world context. They will use these relationships to solve problems
Students explore how to stay safe and healthy in order to understand personal decisions and habits affect health throughout life.
- compare nutrition labels for nutritional value to determine healthier options
- plan a menu of healthy food incorporating a balance of nutrients
- sorts foods based on their nutrients