Our Classroom Website (Room 302)


I am looking forward to spending the year with your fabulous children. The fourth grade team of teachers has a lot of exciting, interesting, and fun units of study prepared for this year. Fourth graders are approaching a more responsible and challenging stage in their education as well as thriving to find their own identity. To help them through this journey, I look forward to a partnership between teacher, parent, and student. 


You should generally anticipate about 20 minutes of homework in both reading and math Monday-Thursday based on lessons taught in class during that day/week. Students also need to read a book at their level for 20 minutes nightly. In addition to the consistent math and reading homework assignments, there may be additional science, social studies, and writing reinforcement assignments on occasion. 

“Those who know, do. Those that understand, teach.”
- Aristotle

Supply List

  1. 4 packs of EXPO markers, multicolored (for the class)
  2. 1 pack of Copy Paper
  3. 1 pack of colored pencils
  4. 1 pack of Sharpie fine point markers (for the class)
  5. 8 boxes of no. 2 pencils (pack of 12)
  6. 1 pencil sharpener (with covering)
  7. 2 erasers
  8. 2 pack of loose leaf paper, wide ruled (for the class)
  9. Graph paper (for the class)
  10. 1 2-inch binder
  11. 1 pack of binder dividers with pockets
  12. 1 pair of scissors
  13. 1 ruler, sturdy (centimeters and inches)
  14. 1 calculator
  15. 1 pack of glue sticks (for the class)
  16. 1 pack of index cards 
  17. 3 boxes of facial kleenex (for the class)
  18. 1 box of gallon size Ziploc bags (for the class)
  19. 1 box of sandwich size Ziploc bags (for the class)
  20. 2 containers of clorox wipes (for the class)
  21. 1 protractor, sturdy
  22. 1 mini dictionary
  23. 3 composition notebooks
  24. 1 graph composition notebook
  25. 1 pencil case
  26. 1 folder, study (fun design!)