Arizona Day

On Tuesday, May 24th, fourth grade students participated in an all-day event celebrating Arizona’s history and culture. During this fun-filled day celebrating all things Arizona, students enjoyed Indian fry bread while listening to a Native American story, made play-doh cactus creations, learned about the 5 C’s of Arizona, celebrated our state’s birthday and much more! We had a great time reflecting on all the things we learned about Arizona this year!

Fourth Grade Spelling Bee!

On Friday, May 20th, fourth graders participated in the First Annual Fourth Grade Spelling Bee! Three finalists from both Ms. Wade’s and Ms. Shaw’s classes competed for the title as the fourth grade spelling champ. When the Spelling Bee was complete, Jaxon Ryan was awarded the winner and Hayden Ross was the runner-up. Congratulations to all the finalists for a great competition!!

 

Last Week Dress Down

I hope you all have an amazing last week of school!  To make it even more fantastic, we are going to have some special dress down days next week!!
Magical Monday – you may dress down in a Disney shirt today – no full costumes please!
Twinsie Tuesday – Choose a friend and dress like twins, or triplets, quadruplets, you choose, but you can dress alike!
Wednesday – Today you will wear your regular uniform, unless you class has given you special instructions for your class.  Many classes have chosen fun costumes for their class parties, check with your teachers!
Thursday – Happy Last Day of School!!!  Remember today is a half day!!  To celebrate the last day of school, you may have a regular dress down day!!  Please make sure you are dressed in school appropriate attire (no open-toed shoes, no spaghetti straps, appropriate length shorts)

Community Circle

Photo 1Fourth graders in Ms. Wade’s class enjoyed the beautiful weather and reflected on their school year together during Community Circle this week. Community Circle helps strengthen the bonds between students, and allows them to express their opinions and experiences while being treated with respect. Community Circle also gives students a chance to practice their listening, speaking, and interpersonal skills. Students shared their favorite moments from the year and their plans for summer vacation. It was a lot of fun!