Mrs. Imeri's Fourth Grade Class

     

Mrs. Imeri's 4th Grade
CLASS 4-1
ROOM 106


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WELCOME SPRING!

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PLEASE SEE THE MEMO THAT WENT HOME
ST. PATRICK'S SCHOOL FIELD OF HONOR! 

THIS CELEBRATION WILL TAKE PLACE ON THE FRONT LAWN OF SPS
AT 1:00 P.M. ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 24TH
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STUDENTS OF THE WEEK

CHLOE FRIAS
SAMANTHA RAMOS


PLEASE.......
replenish your child's school supplies!
If your son/daughter does not have pens, pencils, a sharpener, crayons, markers, scissors, glue sticks, etc., they will not be able to do classwork properly.  The kids are so generous with sharing, but then the "sharer" may not get their own work done because they are interrupted with having to loan out their supplies.  Thank you!




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REMINDERS/UPCOMING DATES
IMPORTANT

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May is the month devoted to our Blessed Mother, Mary

THANK YOU FOR YOUR FLORAL DONATIONS.


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BAND & RECORDER CONCERT
THE CHILDREN WERE TERRIFIC!


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COMMUNITY SERVICE
SPEECH COMPETITION
CONGRATULATIONS TO SAMANTHA RAMOS AND BOBBY KERR.
THESE TWO STUDENTS REPRESENTED OUR CLASS!


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I AM  PROUD OF ALL OF MY STUDENTS.  THEY HAVE PROGRESSED SO NICELY THIS SCHOOL YEAR!

PROGRESS REPORTS FOR TRIMESTER 3 WENT HOME VIA BACKPACK ON FRIDAY, MAY 5TH.
BE SURE TO CHECK YOUR CHILD'S TAKE-HOME FOLDER.
SIGN AND RETURN THE PROGRESS REPORT ASAP
THANKS.


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4th Grade Beach Day at Benjamin Beach 
is scheduled for Tuesday, June 6th.
Information will be sent home.
Our class parents, Mrs. Connors and Mrs. Bowers, are spending a lot of time coordinating for this fun-filled day!

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We have a field trip to Raynham Hall Museum
on Wednesday,  June 7th.
See memo sent home.
Kindly return the permission slip and cost
(checks made payable to St. Patrick School are preferred)


Class 4-1 Chaperones are Mrs. Reynolds and Mrs. Ramos.
Thanks to all who volunteered, though.

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ELA

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BACK TO JOURNEYS


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HOMEWORK

HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE WRITTEN IN YOUR CHILD'S PLANNER EACH DAY.  BE SURE TO CHECK MY CLASS PAGE UNDER "CALENDAR" FOR THE HOMEWORK, AS WELL. PLEASE ENCOURAGE YOUR CHILD TO BE RESPONSIBLE TO BRING HOME THE APPROPRIATE BOOKS AND DO THEIR HOMEWORK.  HOMEWORK IS NOT "OPTIONAL".




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SCHOLASTIC BOOKS


SCHOLASTIC BOOK ORDERS MAY BE PLACED ONLINE AT
https://orders.scholastic.com/NLWCV
(or you may write out a check to Scholastic News and send into me.)
*It is quicker to order online yourselves*
Please submit the next book order by: 
Flyers will go home on : 
Our class code is NLWCV






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SNACK


Please be aware that there are a few students with severe peanut & nut allergies.


TIME WILL BE GIVEN EACH DAY FOR THE KIDS TO HAVE A SNACK.
PLEASE LIMIT IT TO ONE FOOD ITEM AND ONE DRINK.





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SUBJECTS

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MATH




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CHAPTER 12: MEASUREMENT

Chapter Essential Question:
How can use customary and metric units of measurement?


Vocabulary:
ounce, cup, pint, quart, gallon
inch, foot, yard, mile
pound, ton
millimeter, centimeter, decimeter, meter, kilometer
milliliter, liter, kilogram, gram 
second, minute, hour, elapsed time
capacity, volume, weight, mass, time, length

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SCIENCE

NYS SCIENCE ASSESSMENTS WILL BE ADMINISTERED SOON.
PART 1:  PERFORMANCE TEST ON THURSDAY, JUNE 1ST
PART 2:  WRITTEN TEST ON MONDAY, JUNE 5TH

We have been preparing in class.


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Chapter 13
ELECTRICITY & MAGNETISM



Chapter Essential Question:
What are some ways that energy can be changed from one type to another?

Vocabulary
static electricity, electric charge, electric field,, electric current, insulator, conductor, electric force, positive, negative, neutral, circuit, series circuit, parallel circuit, magnetism, magnetic field, magnetic ends/poles, attract, repel



PLEASE HAVE YOUR CHILD LOOK UP ALL RELATED TOPICS ON STUDY JAMS AND BRAIN POP.  THEY ARE FUN AND EDUCATIONAL.  WE WILL DO SOME IN SCHOOL.




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SOCIAL STUDIES


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CHAPTER 5
A NEW NATION


TEST ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25TH.
Study notes in study guide.


LESSONS:
Lesson 1: Forming a Government
- The government of the United States was established to promote the common good and protect the rights of people.
- New York leaders helped shape the United States into a strong nation.

Lesson 2: The Empire State
-Growing interest in trade encouraged the beginning of the free enterprise system in the United States
-a treaty with the Iroquois opened central and western New York to new settlers, who established new cities.


CHAPTER 4
 THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR IN NEW YORK STATE

Lessons:
Lesson 1: THE REVOLUTION BEGINS
Lesson 2: FREE AND INDEPENDENT STATES
Lesson 3: WINNING THE WAR




VOCABULARY:
Revolutionary War, French and Indian War, Parliament, Stamp Act, Patriots, Loyalists, Declaration of Independence,  Stamp Act, Boston Tea Party, Battle of Saratoga, Battle of Lexington, retreat, traitor, route, surrendered, Treaty of Paris


ACTIVITIES/PROJECTS:
 Projects and activities will be done in class and at home.

Please have your child begin to gather information from various resources about the topic they are assigned to research.
The students have chosen their own small groups and topics related to the events leading up to the Revolutionary War.
An assignment sheet was distributed.
Each group is expected to write a short essay, answer Who? What? When? Where? Cause? Effect? (See handout).
In addition, each group must present a group creative project.
The children wanted to work on these projects at home.  If this is not feasible, please let me know.  Your child may then work independently and contribute their findings to their group.  They must divide the responsibilities amongst themselves.  I would like all projects brought in by Tuesday, May 23rd, (before our short break), if possible.
Thank you so much!

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RELIGION


The month of May is devoted to Mary, our Mother.

We will be studying the Rosary this month.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE A SPECIAL ROSARY TO BE BLESSED BY DEACON JOE, PLEASE HAVE YOUR CHILD BRING IT TO CLASS ON TUESDAY, MAY 23rd

RETREAT
Deacon Joe  held a retreat for the fourth graders in the church
on Tuesday, April 11th.
It was wonderful.  He focused on Lenten prayers.


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      THE TEN COMMANDMENTS


Chapter 9: 

The First Commandment

" I AM THE LORD, YOUR GOD, YOU SHALL NOT HAVE STRANGE GODS BEFORE ME"
(There is only one God.)

We believe in one true God.
We honor one true God.
We love God above all things.
We place our hope and trust in God.


Chapter 10:

The Second Commandment

"YOU SHALL NOT TAKE THE NAME OF THE LORD, YOUR GOD, IN VAIN."
(Use God's name only in respectful ways.)

God's name is holy.
We respect God's name.
We call upon God's name.
We respect and honor sacred places.



Chapter 11:

The Third Commandment

"REMEMBER TO KEEP HOLY THE LORD'S DAY"
(AND ALL HOLY DAYS OF OBLIGATION)
 Review Holy Days of Obligation
Attend mass on Sat./Sun


Chapter 12:

The Fourth Commandment

"HONOR YOUR MOTHER AND FATHER"
Honor, respect, and obey your parents.


Chapter 16:

The Fifth Commandment

"YOU SHALL NOT KILL"

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HEALTH
 
Dental Health

Last Tuesday, a representative from a local orthodontic office visited our classroom to discuss dental health.
We will do a follow-up activity.




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HEALTH

Safety and Awareness Using Medicine
Drug & Alcohol Awareness


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SCHEDULE



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M/T/TH/F
Recess/Lunch
11:50 a.m. - 12: 30 p.m.

WED 
Early Recess/Lunch
11:10 - 11:50 a.m. 




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MONDAY:
COMPUTER
9:10 - 9:50 a.m.
Miss Whittier



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TUESDAY:
ART
1:10 - 1:50 p.m.
Mrs. Colasacco


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TUESDAY:

CHAPEL
10:30 - 11:10 a.m.
(every other Tuesday)
Deacon Joe



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TUESDAY:
BAND


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WEDNESDAY:
SPANISH
9:10 - 9:50 a.m.
Mrs. Austin



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WEDNESDAY
MASS
12:10 p.m.
  (Church for grades 3 - 8)


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THURSDAY
MUSIC
1:50 - 2:30 p.m.
Dr. Hopkins


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FRIDAY
LIBRARY
10:30 - 11:10 a.m.
Mrs. Callinan


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FRIDAY
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
12:30 - 1:10 p.m.
Mr. Roderick