Greenwood's 4th Grade Class

1. 703-587-2850 (Cell ph. Call or text)

2. Emails:

I can't thank you enough for all of your hard work and effort.

Students and Parents, you guys are the BEST!!!

Your relentless support made me work even harder throughout our Distance Learning journey.

I'd like my students to know how proud I am of each and every one of them for accomplishing SO much in the past three months of Distance Learning.

Students and Parents, you guys are the real heroes!!!

Please continue to learn throughout this summer!  Practice math facts and READ!
Both PWCS and the public library  are sponsoring summer reading programs.  Register your reading! Plan to enter 5th grade having mastered your math facts. 
Also, have fun and stay safe! I am available to help you!  You can contact me at the email or phone above.  

Please continue to use the Weekly Distance Learning Menu Boards by revisiting them in summer.
1. Continue to utilize "Wixie" skills you learned from Mrs. Jeans.
2. Have fun and be creative with "Coding Skills" you learned from Mrs. Jeans.
3. Continue to do more research kills you learned from Mrs. Flench.

Summer Fun Learning Links:
Summer Math Learning Calendar and Links
PWCS Summer Reading Program
PWC Public Library Summer Reading Program
PWC Public Library Link ebooks
Summer Online Resource Links
Live Language Arts Worksheets - Great for Skill Support
Online Hangman Vocabulary/Word Practice 

Additional learning resource sites: 
ColorinColorado - Bilingual Site
Scholastic Family Fun 

Students are able to continue to access Clever and all the online resources they have been using.  Here is how: 

Call ACTS to find information about your closest food pantry! 
Helpline 703-368-4141 (Food Assistance Services are offered in English and Spanish) 
Hours of Operations (subject to change)
Mondays 9:00 am to 11:30 am and 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Tuesdays 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm and 5:00 pm to 6:30pm
Wednesdays Closed
Thursdays 9:00 am to 11:30 am and 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm 
Fridays 9:00 am to 11:30 am

Continued Learning Information
Login in to
Clever here. Students will use their office 365 username and password to login to clever. Once logged in, students can access many of the programs we use for instruction.
Watch this short 
video tutorial
about clever and how it works. 

4th Grade Learning at Home

Resources for Language Arts: All of these programs can be found on Enterprise Student Websites

-Story-line Online
-SOL Pass
-Scholastic News
-iStation reading through their clever login
-Reading Works
-Discovery Education

  All of these programs can be found on Enterprise Student Websites

-Jefferson lab

-SOL Pass
-Interactive Assessment
-iStation math
-Mr. Wolfe's Math
-Sheppards Software

Social Studies: All of these programs can be found on Enterprise Student Websites

-SOL Pass: Go to Enterprise ES, PWCS. Password is Enterprise.
-Virginia Studies SOL Review

Science:  All of these programs can be found on Enterprise Student Websites

-Discovery Education
-SOL Pass
-iXL (Sheppard Software)

Sheppards Software

Websites to use to Further Your Learning:

-Jefferson Lab for math
-SOL PASS for reading, math, science, Virginia Studies
-Interactive Assessment for math
-Sheppards Software for Reading, math
-Discovery Education

Here are some suggested extra work:

1. Math: Jefferson Lab Program, Do one 20 question quiz each day from Monday-Friday. Screenshot your score and text it to me.
(Please call or text me if you need an assistance with certain questions)

2. Reading: SOL PASS Program.
Go to "Reading 3-5". Click on 3rd Gr. Reading. Do 3 passages each day from Monday-Friday.  We will move up to "4th Gr", or "5th Gr. Reading" in the coming weeks.
Please send me only one reading score...text or email me the screenshot of your score.

*  Try the virtual field trips and simple science experiments assigned periodically for the whole family to participate.  Learn as much as you can and participate in the writing activities.

4. Additional Reading: "Sheppards Software". Click on 4th Gr. Language Arts. Do one objective each time. 
Start with "Study Guide", then take the simple quiz. 


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