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  • Native American Museum Walk

    Posted by Mary Rinne at 5/13/2014
    Students will be participating in a museum walk and talk on Monday, May 19th between 5:30-6:30 p.m. Students will be assigned a 30 minute time period to be at their board. They are not required, but may dress in outfits that historically depict their tribe and may bring additional props to place near their boards during their time slots. Students will need to be ready to make a simple comment or statement to people who stop to see their boards. They will be working on these statements and ideas in class between now and Monday, May 19th.
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  • Pennies for Patients

    Posted by Mary Rinne at 4/4/2014
    Our Liberty Student Council Members are helping to raise money to support The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society with the Pennies for Patients Drive.  All Liberty students were given boxes on April 3rd and should keep them at home until Thursday, April 17th.  Please click the link below for more details.
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  • Fourth Grade Field Trip Scheduled for April 16th

    Posted by Mary Rinne at 4/2/2014
    The 4th grade classes will be taking a field trip to the Arizona State Capitol Museum in downtown Phoenix on Wednesday,    April 16th.
    If you are interested in chaperoning with your child's morning homeroom class for this trip, please read the "Chaperone Request Form" attachement below.
    Thank you!
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  • AIMS Testing is Next Week!

    Posted by Mary Rinne at 3/31/2014

    AIMS testing week is scheduled for the week of April 7th.  Please see the attached flyer for complete details.  All testing days have two sections (one in the morning and one in the afternoon).

    AIMS Information Click Here

    See other recent posts and update important information by clicking links on right hand side.
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  • 3rd Quarter Honor Roll

    Posted by Mary Rinne at 3/28/2014
    Congratulations to those students who earned Honor Roll for their hard work third quarter! These students will be recognized on Friday, April 4th at 2:00 p.m. during our assembly. Way to go!!

    Honor Roll Distinguished Honor Roll
    Eva B.
    Olivia B.
    Michael G.
    Clare H.
    Robert H.
    Jace K.
    Anish P.
    Arun S.
    Brett V.
    Kensey Y.
    Bridget H.
    Zaina M.
    Raegan P.
    Keilyn W.
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  • 4th Quarter Native American Reports

    Posted by Mary Rinne at 3/28/2014
    As shared during our FebruaryParent/Teacher Conference Meetings, the students will be involved in a researchproject during the 4th quarter on Native American Tribes ofArizona. 

    This exciting new project has twoimportant pieces and processes that will be implemented in two separate phases:


    Phase1:  Reading, research, and more reading J (Started March 25th)

    Phase2:  Note taking, writing, and project completion J (Not starting until April 14th)

    Work on phase 2 will be done daily inclass with some additional work completed at home as necessary as deadlinesneed to be met.  We will have five full weeks dedicated to completing Phase 2; as the ProjectDue Date is on or before May 16th.  The success of Phase 2 is dependent upon thereading and research completed these next 3 weeks.  Please help your child focus on the importantreading and research piece of phase 1. 

    Native American Project Timeline
    Phase 1 Assigned: March 25th
    Native American Choices Due Tuesday, April 1st
    Native American Tribes Assigned Thursday, April 3rd
    Phase 1 Reading and Research on Assigned Tribe: April 3rd - April 14th
    Phase 2 Assigned: Monday April 14th
    Resources Brought to class daily starting April 14th
    First 3 typed paragraphs due Tuesday, April 29th
    Second 3 typed paragraphs due Tuesday, May 13th
    Final Project Board Due Friday, May 16th
    Arizona Native American Museum Display Monday, May 19th 5:30-6:30 p.m.
    Please watch for more information coming home on the following dates:
    Thursday, April 3rd and Monday, April 14th
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  • Read the Most Coast to Coast

    Posted by Erin Hugus at 2/24/2014
    Friday, February 28, 2014
    The fourth-grade students, along with all of C.T.A. Liberty, is participating in the third annual Read the Most Coast to Coast Accelerated Reader Quiz-taking challenge! Last year, students across the nation took 4,409,622 quizzes, shattering the previous year's one-day record. This year, the enthusiasm is so high that students may go beyond breaking the record to reach a total of 5 million quizzes!
    Mrs. Scott's and Mrs. Hugus's reading classes will be finishing the book, The Birchbark House, just in time for this special event. Students are also working hard to achieve their 3rd quarter AR goal by Monday, March 3. Students are encouraged to prepare to test on Friday so they can help our school participate in this record-breaking event!
    ~ The Fourth-Grade Team
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  • Happy Valentine's Day!

    Posted by Erin Hugus at 2/14/2014
    Thank you for all of the donations for our parties. The students surely enjoyed all of the yummy treats! Additionally, thank you to all who attended your child's conference this week. We hope the reports were informative. We appreciate all you do to help support the success of your child.

    Our Week
    Reading & Writing: Our reading lessons continue with The Birchbark House. Omakayas and her family have moved to their winter home after having prepared all the food cache for surviving the long, cold winter. Ask your student about the special maple sugar treat Mama stashed in the cache. We're continuing our study of adjectives by finding examples of exquisite descriptive adjectives within the The Birchbark House story.
    Mathematics: Students completed a test this week following Lesson 80. Please ensure your child accurately completes the test review that always precedes the test. This process helps support future success.
    Social Studies/Science: Students completed an assessment over Unit 2: Lessons 1 & 2, covering information about the impact of the Spanish explorers on the Native Americans living in the southwest. Since completing the lessons on plant and animal classification, our science lessons will transition into plant and animal adaptation. Students can reinforce topics discussed in class by viewing videos on our science and social studies resource page. Follow the link to the left.
    2/14 - AR 75% Milestone
    2/17 - President's Day - No School
    3/3 - AR 100%

    We have several weeks of school before spring break. As we continue to instruct our district curriculum, it is vital your student puts forth his or her best effort. Students should give their full attention during all lessons. Write and initial this quote in your student’s agenda by Wednesday and he or she will receive a special treat! “The first duty to love is to listen.” ~Paul Tillich

    ~ The Fourth-Grade Team
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  • Valentine's Day Scene

    Posted by Erin Hugus at 2/14/2014
    A few of Mrs. Hugus's students created this display of the classroom to celebrate Valentine's Day. Notice the Thinking Maps on the wall to the right of the whiteboard. Too cute!!
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  • Poem Recitation Rescheduled for Monday

    Posted by Erin Hugus at 2/6/2014
    Since we are celebrating our National Blue Ribbon Award tomorrow, Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Hugus have rescheduled the poem recitation to be due Monday, February 10.
    ~ The Fourth-Grade Team
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