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Welcome to Mrs. Pilcher's 4th Grade Class
Transcript of Welcome to Mrs. Pilcher's 4th Grade Class
About Mrs. Pilcher
Mrs. Pilcher has always lived in the area. She attended Lenior-Rhyne University and graduated in 2012. Also, Mrs. Pilcher is in her final semster of graduate school. She is completing online classes in Instructional Technology through Appalchian State University. This is her 5th year teaching at Pinebrook. Some of her favorite things are: the beach, North Carolina history, cooking, and her dog named Sam!
While You Are Here....
Please sign in on the clipboard.
Meet Mrs. Pilcher and look around the room.
Answer questions on the pink board with sticky notes.
Parents, answer the short survey on the iPad.
Check over and correct your child’s information card(front and back)and turn it into the blue basket by the teacher’s desk.
Pay instructional fees.
See Nurse Natalie if your child takes medicine at school.
What to expect in 4th grade
Classroom Policies and Procedures
Classroom Rules: Be a good listener, responsible, in control, cooperative, and be your best.
Behavior Management: Clip system and Pinebrook Pride Shields
Students may have
bottles at their desk. Snack will be at the end of the day.
In Mrs. Pilcher's class, we are all supportive of one another; we work together, learn together, and grow together.
This year is going to be wonderful. I look forward to working with all of you. You will be amazed by how much you will grow and learn this year. Fourth grade is a great grade to be in. Together we will be a stellar team and I look forward to it!
In fourth grade, you will learn many important skills that you will carry with you for a lifetime. Some things you will learn about are: Order of Operations, Multiplication and Division of Multi-digit numbers, Drawing Conclusions from text, Narratives, Public speaking skills, North Carolina History, Electricity, Rocks and Minerals, and MUCH MUCH more!
How will you learn?
In small teacher led groups, centers, whole class, and with technology!