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Phone: (812) 462-4449
Email: lrs@vigoschools.org

Welcome to 4th Grade!

Fourth Grade is an amazing year filled with exciting subjects, fun activities, and challenging projects!

Hello! My name is Mrs. Lindsay Swan. I have a bachelors degree in Elementary Education and Junior High/Middle School Language Arts from Indiana State University. I also earned my masters degree in Literacy from Indiana State University. This is my 24th year teaching. In that time, I  have taught a variety of grades and subjects including: Reading Recovery, Third Grade, Fourth Grade, Sixth Grade Language Arts, and Seventh Grade Language Arts. I am married and have two children: a daughter and a son. I enjoy watching my kids play a variety of sports such as volleyball, baseball, tennis, and golf. My two favorite vacation spots are Disney World and the beach. I love reading a good book, relaxing with my friends and family, and watching a good movie.  Jelly Belly jellybeans and coffee are two of my favorite things. I’m looking forward to an awesome school year!

Unit Objectives

Math: Place Value into the Millions, Adding & Subtracting Large Numbers & Fractions, Multi-Digit Multiplication, Long Division

Spelling: Spell grade appropriate words correctly, consulting references as needed

Reading: Read a variety of genres and be able to describe characters, settings, and events in the story while learning grade appropriate vocabulary words

Writing: Write routinely for a variety of reasons including persuasive, expository, narrative, and informational

Grammar: Use language conventions correctly while focusing on sentence structure and the parts of speech

Science: Use directed inquiry to learn about life, earth, and space science

Social Studies: Develop an understanding of Indiana’s land, people, geography, history, statehood, and economy

Dates to Remember

Feb. 3-Interim Reports Sent Home

Feb. 20- President’s Day. NO SCHOOL

Mar. 10- End of Grading Period 3

Mar. 27-31- Spring Break. NO SCHOOL

 

 

 

  • 24-Sharpened Pencils (mechanical are fine)
  • 1-big eraser
  • 1-box of colored pencils
  • 1-package of markers
  • 1-box of crayons
  • 1-red pen
  • 1 black or blue pen
  • 1-sharp pointed scissors
  • 3-glue sticks
  • 1-zippered pencil bag
  • 1-accordian style folder with 5 or more pockets
  • 4  dry erase markers/erasers
 

  • 2-spiral notebooks (any color)
  • 2-boxes of tissue
  • 1-small art box
  • 1-2 pocket folder (any color)
  • 1 – Box plastic baggies (any size)
  • $12.00 for Assignment Notebook/Scholastic News
  • Never settle for less than your best.
  • Treat others the way you would like to be treated.
  • Listen when others are speaking.
  • Raise your hand if you would like to speak.
  • Be kind and respectful to others.
  • Keep hands, feet, and other objects to yourself at all times.
  • Do not run, skip, crawl, or hop in the classroom.
  • Arrive to school each day with ALL of your books, supplies, and Chromebook (charged).
  • Cell Phones are to remain silent and in lockers all day.
  • Always try your BEST!
  • Ask questions if you do not understand!
Weekly Specials Schedule

Monday: Art

Tuesday: Library

Wednesday: Computers

Thursday: PE

Friday: Music

Daily Schedule

8:00-8:30:  AM Work

8:30-9:00:  Intervention/Enrichment

9:00-9:50: Math

9:50-10:30: Specials

10:30-11:15: Finish Math/Spelling

11:15-11:55: Lunch/Recess

11:55-1:30: Language Arts

1:30-2:40: Science & Social Studies

2:45: Dismiss