Our Classroom Website

Welcome to Fourth Grade!

I am so excited to be teaching at St. John's Classical Academy this year. Your scholar and I will have a tremendous year full of exploring, learning, and having fun!  Your child will be introduced to new math concepts, cursive handwriting, and more detailed language and grammar skills.  This will also be a year of growing independence.  Please remember we are all on the same team and a successful year will require us working together! 

This website will be updated every Monday. You will find important information here such as test dates, reminders, field trip information, pictures of our learning, and any upcoming special events. This is NOT the place to check for homework assignments. It is the scholar's responsiblity to write down the daily homework in his/her agenda. Please check the agenda for the correct homeowrk assignments.

Our Daily Schedule:

8:00 a.m.


Important Dates to Remember:

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Current Units of Study:

Literature, Grammar, Composition:








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