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 communication is key to success   
Communication is the key to all successful relationships. 
 
Please if your student needs snack have them bring it to school.  They lose precious learning  as they leave the room and wait in line to purchase this item.  Thank you for your help regarding this matter.  Enjoy your weekend.
 
Please remember to turn in your money for Jamestown, it is a fabulous memory.
 
 On-line Learning:  Dream Box is now available for our students.  Please read the administrations email.  Your children do know how to use this software.  I hope some of them will practice math over the break and show you how awsome utilizing this program will make learning math.  Please feel free to email me, as I will respond to questions.  Thank you for how hard everyone is working together.We have completed most of our SOL objectives for the year please review the following information with your child!
 
 
   
Students should know the following standards in each subject area:
 
Virginia Studies refrigerator cards:  STUDENTS SHOULD KNOW ALL OF THE CARDS.  SOL Test  June 3, 2014
 
Science refrigerator cards:  STUDENTS SHOULD KNOW ALL CARDS BUT PLANTS.
 
Math:  STUDENTS SHOULD KNOW ALL CARDS.   We have covered all standards but will continue to review measurement  (customary and metric) and geometry.  Please utilize dream box from home.
SOL test May 21, 2014 and May 22, 2014
 
Reading, Language Arts and Oral Presentations:  ALL SKILLS HAVE BEEN TAUGHT!   SOL test May 14, 2014
 
 
 Schedule of specials will be written in student agendas.
PEANUT FREE CLASSROOM -  Please bring a healthy peanut free snack.
 
SPECIALS:  
MONDAY:            PE             MUSIC
TUESDAY:          ART           FLES
WEDNESDAY:    PE            LIBRARY A WEEKS          COMPUTER LAB B WEEKS
THURSDAY:       MUSIC
FRIDAY:               PE
 
 
Dr. Robinson - 4th Grade

In our classroom, we will utilize 21st century skills daily.  Your child will share daily what they learn through technology any time, any-where. They will show you how to go on virtual field trips learning about Virginia history.  Most evenings your child will need to complete an assignment on the computer.  They will electronically forward that assignment to me.  This helps them embrace digital communication in a safe, flexible, effective environment. All students are assigned a number in class.  The assigned number will be used for these submissions.  They never need to put their names on any of these assignments. 

The students will create presentations with animation and sound. Please encourage them to use excel and word as this continues to afford students with opportunities in and out of class to apply technology to develop skills, design and facilitate meaningful learning experiences, thereby encouraging students to create, problem solve, communicate, collaborate, and use real-world skills. 

The goal in our classroom is for each student to become a confident, life-long, independent learner, growing to his or her fullest potential. 

Rosa Lee Carter School is a Positive Behavior Intervention School.  We support the three paws of respecting self, property and others at all time. As a school, we have many initiatives that recognize students who are modeling this behavior. 
 

Please feel free to email me if you have any questions.  The success of our classroom comes from open communication and modeling the skills we want students to embrace. I believe it will be a great year and I look forward to working with each of you! 
 
Parents will receive the following material for their student to keep at home:  math vocabulary cards, science refrigerator cards, Virginia studies refrgerator cards, read and write gold access and reading logs which will be due every Friday.  The students will also have a copy of this at school in their desks.  Please keep these items where your child will have access daily to help in their homework.  They will be required to learn this information throughout the year.  Your child will be tested at the end of the year on all of this material.  I am excited to work with your child. It is going to be a great year.


  Email mesherri.m.robinson@lcps.org

 
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Last Modified on March 29, 2014