Miss Sullivan


Image result for april“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You're on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the one who'll decide where to go...” ―Dr. Seuss, Oh, The Places You'll Go!




About 4A

Most remember their experience in the fourth grade very fondly, and that is because students develop so much as people and thinkers. Fourth grade is a year of academic, spiritual, social, and moral growth. Throughout the year, I look forward to watching each student grow in their own unique ways. Overall, fourth grade is such a terrific year in the elementary grades, and your learner has a year of discoveries to look forward to!

In 4A, we will be hands-on and interactive learners. For example, every day we will host a Morning Meeting. Each day that we meet on the rug, there will be a new student leading the meeting (this will be a daily rotation). The student will create the morning greeting, create/bring a prayer of choosing, and will share something with the class that is of importance to him/her. This creates an opportunity for students to make connections and learn about various backgrounds/cultures of the classroom.

Specials Schedule


At Saint Joseph Elementary School we...

Seek God first,

Strive for academic excellence,

Share our gifts and talents, and

Serve each other and the world.

Friendly Reminders...

Morning Meeting Schedule for May/June...

Thursday, May 23 – Tristen          
Friday, May 24 – Caitlyn     
Tuesday, May 28– Lucy         
Wednesday, May 29 – Reese E.        
Thursday, May 30 – Katie       
Friday, May 31 – Lila         
Monday, June 3 – John     
Tuesday, June 4 – Jude       
Wednesday, June 5 – Kelly       
Thursday, June 6 – Sophia      
Friday, June 7 – Ethan     
Monday, June 10 – Reese P.     
Tuesday, June 11 – Laila     
Wednesday, June 12 – Robbie     
Thursday, June 13; LAST DAY OF SCHOOL – Liam  





Helpful Websites

  • www.abcya.com: Multiplication and division drill games. Start out with the 3rd grade games as review and then proceed onto the 4th grade material.
  • www.ixl.com: A variety of math games including fractions.
  • www.mathplayground.com: Math games organized by subject; great for multiplication and division practice.
  • www.sheppardsoftware.com: Games are provided for many subject areas. Scroll down on the main page to see a list of games appropriate for elementary school level students.
  • www.funbrain.com: For reading and grammar skills
  • http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids/: National Geographic Kids has interesting photos, short news stories, maps, and games. Some of the material is more advanced.
  • http://www.timeforkids.com: Time for Kids provides non-fiction articles and familiarizes students with the features of news stories. Please note that some articles are written above a fourth grade reading level.

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