Cold Harbor we are proud of our fourth graders! Fourth grade is a
transitional and very important year for our students. The curriculum is
challenging and fun, the expectations are high, and the foundation for
success in fifth grade is being laid. To be successful in fourth grade,
Complete homework and study nightly.
responsible for their supplies, participation, and learning.
to school prepared to learn, work hard, and have fun.
Demonstrate safety, respect, and responsibility daily.
their math facts (Mastery of multiplication facts through 12 is key!)
Parents are a huge part of the success of CHES! The fourth grade team
would like to thank you in advance for supporting our efforts by doing
Review and sign assignment book nightly.
your child's homework for neatness and accuracy.
with your child on following directions (both written and verbal).
Encourage learning experiences outside of the classroom (read with your
child, take family field trips, play
educational games as a family).
Fourth Grade Highlights
grade is lucky to have the SODA program. This program pairs responsible
high school students from Lee Davis with fourth grade classes to teach
students about peer pressure, making good choices, and being a
responsible citizen. The SODA program begins in October and runs
throughout the year.
Abuse Resistance Education is a service provided to
our fourth graders to teach them about avoiding drugs and alcohol,
making healthy choices, and knowing what to do in situations involving
unhealthy substances. Several DARE lessons will be provided throughout
the year by our DARE officer, Officer Bohannon.
We are so
excited to offer several field trip experiences this year. We will visit the
Math and Science Innovation Center, and several experiences that are yet to be determined. Be on
the lookout for more information to come home regarding these
support our study of colonial life in America, we will hold a Colonial
Experience Day. During this one day event, students will be exposed
to what life was like during the colonial days. Students who dress
as colonists on Colonial Day will have the opportunity to earn extra
credit, as long as their dress reflects thought and planning on their
part. (Do not purchase or rent a costume, use what you have at home.)
celebrate all that we have learned throughout the year, and to prepare
for SOL testing, we will participate in an SOL camp prior to SOL testing. SOL camp provides students with fun and exciting ways to review
all they have learned. Each day brings new opportunities to show what
we know! Prizes are awarded at the end of the week for hard work!
we can achieve more! We look forward to a successful year!
Link to the Fourth Grade