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Fourth grade will be a year of faith and learning. Our focus will be, "What does it take to become a saint?" God wants us to use the gifts He has given us to love and serve others. By doing the best we can to learn about God's world through school and all of our life's experiences and to live our faith, we will be on our way to our ultimate goal of eternal life with Jesus in heaven!

In order to do God's work, students need to learn many skills and be exposed to many opportunities. My goal for ALL students is for them to learn and become lifelong learners. With this said...

OPEN COMMUNICATION is vital! Please e-mail, send a note or stop in before or after school if you have any questions or concerns. 
Homework... students need the opportunity to be independent and develop skills that help them become more organized and responsible for their own learning. Every student is in a different place with this. Some are beginning to take full responsibilty for their own work. Others still need guidance and encouragement. Please feel free to help your child with these skills, but please do not do it for them. If there is a struggle, please send me a note with the unfinished work and we will complete or make appropriate adjustments to help your child.
Students always have the chance to correct their work. Once corrections are made a new averaged grade will be given. Students can learn a lot about their learning by checking out the mistakes they made and making corrections.
Tests... Please sign and return your child's tests. When they come back signed , I know you have seen the test so there are no surprises at conference and report card time. Although tests are just one way to measure your child's growth and progress, we are asked to give frequent assessments to show student growth.
Birthdays... We love celebrating life in 4th grade! On your child's birthday, we will honor your child's life!  You are welcome to send a  treat for the class if you wish. It does not need to be food and is NOT necessary!
Students may also have free dress on that day unless it is Mass day. Then they can bring free dress to change into or have free dress the following school day.

Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow

Regis Catholic Schools is dedicated to educating students of all faiths in a Catholic, Christ-centered environment. We are united by Our Core Values of Living Faith, Accepting Responsibility, Promoting Teamwork, Achieving Excellence, and Inspiring Leadership.