Mr. Kooiker's 4th Grade Blog

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School Directory

The purpose of this directory is to help parents connect with other parents for child get togethers (playdates, birthday parties).

We do not share parent emails at the office or teacher level. If you would like to connect with other parents to arrange child get togethers, you must complete this form. Once it is completed, the form will be emailed to all parents who completed the form. This form will not be published on the school website nor will it be printed and distributed.

School Directory Survey

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4th Grade School Supplies 2018-19

Hey, 4th Graders and Parents!
I hope you’re having a great summer! 🙂  Believe it or not, “Back to School” sales fliers will be out soon!  As you are out and about, you may want to start watching for deals on the following school supplies:  

 

Items that are required:

arrowA pair of gym shoes – they do not need to be new, just clean

arrowA backpack or sackpack to carry your belongings

 

Items that are highly recommended:

arrow5 folders with pockets – a different color for each subject will be helpful

arrow4 or 5 wide ruled composition books

arrowA pencil box

arrowPencils, pens, and highlighters

arrow1 or 2 packs of sticky notes

arrowFine tip dry erase markers

 

Items that are optional:

arrowGlue stick(s)

arrowScissors

arrowColored pencils

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Kleenex

 

I’m looking forward to seeing you at our Open House on Wednesday, August 22, from 6:30 – 7:30!

Mr. Kooiker

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Keep On Learning With Reading & Mobymax

Dear Parents,

Studies have shown that students can lose up to 50% of learning during the summer vacation. Georgetown is challenging you and your child to “KEEP ON LEARNING” this summer to prevent summer slide. There are two ways to record your learning time:

Our goals for students over the summer are below. Students who reach or exceed goals will be entered in a drawing for an Amazon Gift Card (1 per grade). This is for their grade next year.

Reading Minutes MobyMax
  • First Grade: 100 minutes
  • Second Grade: 200 minutes
  • Third Grade: 300 minutes
  • Fourth Grade: 400 minutes
  • Fifth Grade:  400 minutes
  • First Grade: 100 pts
  • Second Grade: 200 pts
  • Third Grade: 300 pts
  • Fourth Grade: 400 pts
  • Fifth Grade:  500 pts

READING: Log into this form to record the number of minutes you read. You can record each day or enter the total each week.

MOBYMAX via CLEVER: https://clever.com/in/hpseagles  (login will be username@hpsstudents.net)

If your child is new to the school and you would like login information, email Mrs. Reagan at treagan@hpseagles.net
 
Have a great summer…and keep on learning with READING and MOBYMAX!

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Welcome…

…to your class blog for the 2018-2019 school year!  

Happy July! I hope your summer is going well! I am enjoying it, but I am also looking forward to the start of school and getting to know each one of you!

Parents, while you are here, please sign up for email updates. You can do this by entering your email address in the upper right corner of this blog where it says “Subscribe by Email.”Once you have subscribed, you will receive email notifications of my new blog posts.

Our classroom blog will be the site for information about school supplies, curriculum, the daily agenda, and much more.  

thumbsupsunA school supply list will be posted soon.

Enjoy the day!

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Outstanding!

It truly was an OUTSTANDING year! This amazing class was recognized for outstanding behavior seventy-four times.

The majority of their “outstandings” were earned in Art, Music, P.E. and STEAM. What makes it even more amazing is that the teachers in these areas continue to raise the bar for what is expected to earn an outstanding in their classroom. The students in room 304 rose to the challenge!

This accomplishment required every student in the classroom to work hard, be a leader (using words and actions), and respond to classmates reminders to fix things up when needed. They understood that their individual choices made a significant impact on the class as a whole.

Wow! This special group of fourth graders not only encouraged each other to be respectful and responsible, but they were also an amazing example for all of the other students at Georgetown Elementary! Way to go outstanding students of room 304! 🙂

 

 

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