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410 Central Ave. N.
New Prague, MN 56071

phone: 952-758-1700
fax: 952-758-1799


Announcements:Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2017

This week we will be reading a fantasy entitled The Stranger, and we will work on the skills of understanding cause and effect and the grammar skill of recognizing and using action and linking verbs. The spelling pretest will be on Monday and the final will be on Friday. Sentences and worksheets are also due on Friday. The new spelling list has been posted on the homework link to the left, and a paper copy will be sent home on Monday.

In math we have started our unit on multi digit multiplication. I cannot stress enough the importance of practicing the basic multiplication and division facts at home. It will make the longer problems so much easier if they have these facts at their fingertips! During this unit students will be taught several different ways to multiply and I would like them to try each method on the day that it is taught. However, on a test, they should ALWAYS use the method that works the best for them. As always, if questions arise from the homelinks, I am happy to help the next day.


We have finished our science unit on matter and will now return to social studies for our unit on the southeast region of the United States.

I hope you all enjoy the Thanksgiving break together!

Important News and Announcements

Book Orders: The final book order before the holidays was sent home on Thursday. There are several different orders to choose from and if you order online, there are even more options. When ordering online use the class code: PX9G7. IF you would like to use some books as Christmas gifts and would like to keep them SECRET, just shoot me an email or write a note on the order form, and I will let you know when they arrive and you can pick them up in the office. In order to ensure these will be in before the holiday break, I need orders in (both paper and online) by November 29 so I can send the order on the 30th. Remember, books make great presents! Give the gift of reading!


 CLASS MISSION STATEMENT (as written by our class on the first day of school):

I am an INDEPENDENT student. I will FOLLOW DIRECTIONS, LISTEN, and ASK QUESTIONS. I am ORGANIZED, RESPONSIBLE, and RESPECTFUL.  I am KIND, and I will follow the GOLDEN RULE. It will be a PHENONMENAL fourth grade year!