Ms. Caridi & Ms. Lawlor
January 21, 2020
Ashley Lam 1/5
Genesis Vargas 1/8
Joey Neos 1/27
Sean Fordell 1/31
Please limit birthday treats to individual baked goods.
**Due to a SEVERE PEANUT ALLERGY, please try and limit peanut butter products sent in for lunch**
Birthday Treats must be nut-free!
On gym days, the blue sweatpants that students wear MUST have be in compliance with the handbook. To be in compliance, they must have "St. Luke School" written on them.
Everyone must have an independent reading book from home
In preparation for our Diocesan celebration of Catholic Schools Week, St. Luke School is asking for a show of school support and pride in welcoming families, both new visitors and old friends alike.
To do this we are asking certain classes to accept an assigned role of collecting donations of food and snacks to be served at our festivities. Donations are extremely appreciated and accepted with humble thanks for your support of our school. Please being in any donations to your child’s teacher on or before January 24th. (Store bought only please due to allergy concerns)
Fourth Grade: Individually wrapped Brownies
1/17-1/20 No School
1/26-1/31 Catholic Schools Week
(More information to come)
1/28 Grandparents Day 8:30-11 (Information on E-Envelope)
Monday---Library Monday--- Art
Thursday---Computer & Gym Thursday---Computer and Gym
Please keep all excess supplies at home! Re-fill their supplies when needed!
Pencil cases are to be kept inside the student's backpacks at all times. They will use them in all their classes.
Teacher Contact Information:
Please allow 24-48 hours for a response.
If there is an urgent matter, you may contact the school.
Do not use Class Dojo to contact teachers.
All students and parents must have Class Dojo accounts.
Please click here for Dojo directions.
Please note that the teachers will not respond to Dojo messages—
please use our emails to contact us.
Follow St. Luke's on Twitter! Please see the eEnvelope for more information.
Mondays and Fridays 7:45
**By Invitation Only**
Read for 25 Minutes
Storyworks Class Code-caridi1920
Text Structure Quiz-Wednesday 1/22
Compare/Contrast & Cause/Effect
Study definitions, graphic organizer/symbol, signal word
Wednesdays at 7:45
**By Invitation Only**
NYS State Math Test Dates
4/21/20 and 4/22/20
Complete questions #2-13 on page 427.
Important Dates for Grade 4 Math (Dates based lesson progression)
Lesson Notes and Resources from Ms. Manning
Dear Grade 4 parents,
I have created a folder in Google Drive (link is below) where I will be uploading all of the notes, helpful resources and any videos for math-related content.
NUMBEROCK Videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt9SZgFExNwWTH5T_JnyF-A
Multiplication song - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igoGDE5hLjw
1-12 Multiplication song - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gBKOWRSQyi8
Math Playground (Math-related games and videos) - https://www.mathplayground.com/
More math games - https://www.education.com/games/fourth-grade/math/
Khan Academy - https://www.khanacademy.org/
IXL (Math Practice) - https://www.ixl.com/math/grade-4
Extra Help Tuesday and Wednesday 7:45 by invitation only
The in class Religion Bee will be on Tuesday 1/21/20
** Students will be going to confession on Tuesday 1/21, they should know the Act of Contrition. It is located in the back of the Religion textbook. We spoke about this in class but I wanted to post a reminder. **
Link to 150th Prayer
Extra Help Tuesday and Wednesday morning 7:45 by invitation only
For access to the online textbook, see below.
Test: Friday 1/24
Scroll down for Scholastic Book Order link -
SCHOLASTIC BOOK ORDERS
Flyers will be given out in class. Online flyers available at the link.
Use this link for orders. Our class code is GWFT7.
Orders are given to Mrs. Pokorny in Room 210
District: Diocese of Brooklyn, Ed. Office
|To access your Math Books click logo:
“My Library” tab
|TEXTBOOKS AND WORKBOOKS
The school administration and the classroom teachers are aware of parental concerns regarding heavy backpacks. We are making efforts to coordinate the home use of the heavier textbooks as well as workbooks in case a replacement is needed. One option for parents is to purchase books to keep at home. Some websites that sell new and used books are Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Ecampus.