***IMPORTANT DISTANCE LEARNING INFORMATION***
Please make sure students are completing the lesssons in Flocabulary. There are Read and Response assignments as well as quizes for Multiplying Multi-Digit Numbers and Mixed Numbers/Improper Fractions**
Parents: As we continue to assist your child in their educational journey during the temporary closure of the school, please be sure to check all website tabs pertaining to Distance Learning. Assignments are listed, as well as phots of the worksheets which are to be completed over the break.
***ASSIGNMENTS ARE POSTED DAILY, PLEASE CHECK THE WEBPAGE EVERY DAY (MONDAY-FRIDAY) TO SEE NEW ASSIGNMENTS*** All work is graded and therefore it is important that students complete work and return it to the school upon reopening.
If you have any questions or concerns you may contact me through email: email@example.com or through messaging on Class Dojo.
Hello and welcome to Mrs. Pilgrim’s 4th grade Math Class!I am excited for the 2019-2020 school year!!
Educational Background and Qualifications:
This is my 6th year teaching in the Richmond County School System. In 2012, I graduated Suma Cum Laude from Grand Canyon University with a Bachelors of Science in Education with an Emphasis in Mathematics. In 2018, I also graduated Suma Cum Laude from Walden University with a Masters of Science in Education with a concentration in Elementary Reading and Mathematics. I am currently certified with the state of Georgia in Early Childhood Education, Middle Grades Mathematics, Middle Grades Social Studies, and Middle Grades English/Language Arts.
- Multiplication and Division of Whole Numbers
- Fractions and Operations with Fractions
- Decimals and Operations with Decimals
Math Homework: Math worksheets are given every Monday and are due Friday. Students are also expected to write the given math facts for the week one time per night, Monday through Thursday. All homework is due on Friday.
Please sign up for Class Dojo. This is an essential form of communication and allows you to monitor your child's conduct.Missed assignments are due within one week from the day students return to school. Students are responsible for asking for their missed work upon their return.
I look forward to a wonderful and exciting year with your students!Mrs. Pilgrim, M.S.Ed.firstname.lastname@example.org
Tara PilgrimEmail: email@example.comGrade: 4thSubject: Social Studies