Fourth Grade




 Mrs. Berger

Mr. Robbins

We stretch our brains! We expand our thinking! We problem solve! We practice responsibility! We make good choices!
... and that's just the beginning of our learning ...



"My idea of education is to unsettle the minds of   the young and inflame their intellects."  ~Robert Maynard Hutchins


  Spark Jr. News
So far so good- no rainouts this year on the Thursday bike trips. Though this past ride, we did get our bikes washed by Mother Nature. We’ve had ½ dozen or so intrepid bikers cruising the village streets getting some fresh air and exercise each week. We’ve only had one flat tire incident and one asthma issue. Here’s hoping the weather continues to cooperate. The Stampede is in full throttle. Many elementary and high school students are out every Wednesday walking or jogging a mile. There are a number of toned legs walking the halls.




As the school year winds down, we are still full speed ahead in fourth grade! In math, we have been busy adding, subtracting, comparing, and simplifying fractions, as well as reviewing long division and multi-step multiplication. These are all new concepts to fourth graders, and it has been fun to watch the student's interest levels pique as they are eager to solve these new challenges. During May, the fourth graders also took part in Patriot Pride Day, spending a good portion of the day at Old McDonald's Farm painting the white fence that surrounds the farm. While some students may have gotten more paint on themselves than on the fence, it was a
successful and rewarding day in all.


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