Mrs. Deborah Richard
4th Grade Teacher- 4A
St. Theresa School
From Mrs. LaCour our librarian:
Who is the Book Fair for?
Pre-k through 8th grade can shop the book fair!
Pre-k has special times
k-5 will be during their scheduled library times
Middle School is during their lunch.
Sign up for eWallets!
CASHLESS MEANS STRESS LESS.
Once you set up the account, there’s no reason to worry about plastic baggies of cash, loose change, lost money,
and unnecessary tears.
ACTIVATE AND FUND FROM VIRTUALLY ANYWHERE.
Your child’s eWallet account can be set up and loaded up in under 5 minutes, right from your phone.
ANYONE CAN JOIN THE FUN.
With eWallet, it’s easy to invite friends and family to contribute digital dollars.
eWallet funds can also be used to shop your online Fair, even after the in-school Fair has ended.
Sign up with the link below!!
We need volunteers!
There are times available from Sunday thru Thursday!
Please scroll down to the bottom of the book fair homepage to sign up!
Any questions, you may contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks so much for supporting Saint Theresa’s library!
(subject to change)
Week of 1/30- 2/3
Catholic Schools Week
DOUD- Wear Lavender (light purple)
Math- pp. 527- 528, 530
Math- Check My Progress; pp. 535- 536
Math- pp. 541- 542
Dress Down in Red, White, or Blue.
Open House: 11:15- 11:45 AM (Please let me know if you will be attending so the office knows.)
Around the World Open House 6- 7:30 PM
4th and 5th grade Newcombe Mini Tournament
Math- pp. 547- 548
Wear Bright Pinkle (bubble gum pink)!
Math- pp. 549- 551 in the book (review pages); Ch. 8 Fractions Test 2/7 (Tuesday)
NO Weekly Assessments will count!
Hugs and Love!
Unit 4 Week 2 (Fantasy)
Vocabulary: accompanies, opponent, campaign, overwhelming, governor, tolerate, intend, weary
Comprehension Strategy: make, confirm, or revise predictions
Comprehension Skill: point of view
Vocabulary Strategy: idioms
Grammar: types of pronouns (subject, object, and reflexive)
Spelling: inflectional endings y to i
funnier, replied, easily, merrier, prettily, families, varied, silliest, applied, lazier, pennies, marries, jumpier, cozily, happiest, worried, carries, emptier, sorriest, dizziest
Important Dates: (Students should be reading a biography.)
1/29- 2/3 Catholic Schools Week!
1/ 30 Dress down in lavender for the opening Catholic Schools Week prayer service.
2/2 Dress Down in Red, White, and Blue
2/2- Fourth Grade Open House (Tales with TAILS) 11:15- 11:45 AM. Parents may join their children for lunch. Parents must bring a packed lunch.
2/2- Evening "Around the World" Open House 6- 7:30 PM (4th grade does Colonial and Native Americans in Pennsylvania)
2/3- Dress Down in "pinkle" (bubblegum pink- I just saw the t-shirts) to cheer for the pinkle volleyball team.