Class 4B


Welcome to Mrs. Darno's Page!

Welcome to Fourth Grade!

"There is a difference between not knowing and not knowing YET."



Important Notes:

  • Famous American Research Project due Monday, January 29!
  • Get your re-registration forms and money in ASAP! 4B wants to win the GOLD!!! We are only at bronze :( 
  • Your child now has a password to practice the reading skills and reread the reading stories at home. Each student has a username and password. The website is I stapled everyone's information in his/her agenda book. PLEASE USE THIS WEBSITE RESOURCE DAILY! I may not assign it every night but I expect each child to work on it to improve grades and reinforce what is done in the classroom.


Upcoming events:

Sunday, Jan. 28-Feb. 2- Catholic Schools Week (seperate schedule)

Friday, Feb. 2- Noon dismissal-NO EXTENDED CARE


HOMEWORK: Week of January 22,  2017- SUBJECT TO CHANGE

(always refer to homework book when in doubt- homework is given based on what was covered in class. If we didn't learn it, don't do it. CALL A FRIEND IF NECESSARY)

Weekend Homework: 

-Work on Famous American

-Spelling- due Thursday: Pages 98-101


Tests this week: 

Thursday, 1/25: Spelling

Friday, 1/26- Science- Parts of a flower (diagram and definitions)




Simple Solutions- Lesson 61

Spelling- due Thursday/test

Social Studies- if not completed in class, read and complete pages 146-151



Simple Solutions- Lesson 62

Math- TBD

Spelling- pages due Thursday


Science- test Friday

Spelling- test Thursday



Spelling- pages due and test tomorrow

Math- TBD

Simple Solutions- Lesson 63

Science- flower poster project due tomorrow/ test Friday



Simple Solutions- Lesson 64

Math- TBD

Science- flower test tomorrow


NO SPELLING NEXT WEEK of January 31- Feb 2

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Special schedule:


Tuesday-Art; Library

Wednesday- Gym; Music

Thursday- Spanish

Friday- Computer

Class Rules:

Follow directions the first time.

Raise your hand. No calling out.

Wait your turn.

Work and change tasks quickly and quietly.

Respect others with your words and actionsBe safe.

Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.

Have a beautiful week.

-Mrs. Darno



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