Please click on the link sentence about the parent/teacher conferences below.
Here is a link that has information about our classroom and what we will be doing this school year.
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Welcome to Fourth Grade and Room A111!
It is with excitement and anticipation that I make my introduction. My name is Mr. Daut and I will be your teacher this school year. Although this upcoming year has brought us into uncharted territory for all of us, I will do my best to make sure this school year will be a pleasant, safe, and exciting one for us all. I am looking forward to getting to know each of my new students! It is always my goal to make learning as fun and interesting as I can.
I am excited to meet you, and I look forward to starting this new school year with you. Last week I was at Crawford getting our classroom ready. It felt great to be back in the building. I hope that you feel the same way when you return on Tuesday, September 8th (group 2) OR Wednesday, September 9th (group 1).
This year I will be team teaching with Mrs. Williams. Mrs. Williams and I will be teaming up on all subjects taught as well as increasing the ability and opportunity within our classroom to give one on one attention. Rest assured that we will be taking things slowly in our first few days together. Our focus will be on getting to know each other and all of the new routines that come with the new school year.
Since you will be learning both in school AND at home, it is important that you bring your laptop to school with you on the first day of school and every other day! Our Google Classroom will be the hub for your learning, and we will be setting it up on our very first day together.
I will see you at Crawford on Tuesday, September 8th, or Wednesday, September 9th. Until then, enjoy the rest of your summer!
General Information to get us started:
The following information is regarding how instruction will take place and how we will communicate throughout the school year:
REMIND text system: To join remind you can join using this link https://www.remind.com/join /dautw enter the class code @dautw or send a text to 81010 and text this message @dautw)
Class Webpage: This page will give you general information about the subjects and topics we are learning, provide links to other resources as well as other notices and information. I will continue to update this class page frequently with any new information that I need to share
Email: This can also be used for communication throughout the day when needed for both parents and students.
Google Classroom: IMPORTANT: Our google classroom is where assignments and lessons will be posted throughout the year and where students will submit their assignments.
Google Meet:IMPORTANT: Google Meetings will be held each and every day of the week. The link to access the google meet will be found in the google classroom. We also use daily google meetings as our way of tracking attendance for remote learning days.
Your child is invited to two Google Classrooms. One includes the whole class and the other is specific to your child's group (Group 1 or Group 2). The Group-specific Google Classroom is important as it will be aligned with the days your child is learning remotely and will have assigned work to be completed.
The Invite to our Google Classroom will be sent to your child's school email account.
Be on the lookout for your child's email invitation to our Google Classroom by Friday the 4th.
I cannot wait to meet you all!
We feel that it is very important for teachers, students, and parents to work together in this interesting and new educational process. As we embark on this adventure, remember we are all in this together. I’m looking forward to meeting or hearing from you at some point this year. If you have any questions or if you would like to simply introduce yourself to me, please don't hesitate to e-mail me at email@example.com
Together we can make this a rewarding year.
Mr. J. Daut
An important note about school supplies:
Since our desk storage space is limited, I ask that students refrain from bringing in large binders or multiple notebooks unless asked. There will be NO SHARING of any writing utensils, so one small pencil case or box will be very helpful to store your writing supplies. I really don't ask for much in the way of supplies. I will provide pencils, crayons, block erasers, glue sticks, scissors, rulers, and marble notebooks for students.
If you prefer to buy your own marble composition notebooks, you will need three.
I am asking students to bring in three folders and two one-subject spiral notebooks for social studies/science and math. If your child prefers colored pencils they may use them instead. A few different colored pens would be helpful as well as a box of tissues.
Personal hand sanitizer is always welcome.
If your child picked up a chrome book from the school, they will need to bring that back and forth to school every day. Also, you will need to bring a pair of headphones (if possible) in a labeled resealable bag to school
HERE IS SOME INFORMATION ON OUR CLASS SPECIALS
CLICK ON THE LINK TO OPEN UP TO THE SPECIAL AREA TEACHERS' GOOGLE CLASSROOM.
***THIS IS OUR SPECIAL SCHEDULE FOR EVERY TWO.
Please look and read carefully as it refers to the groups that are home.
AT HOME REMOTE STUDENTS
(GROUP 1 is at school on Friday)
(GROUP 2 is home/remote on Friday)
Monday Computers (G2) 12:30 - 1:00
Tuesday Gym (G1) 12:30 - 1:00
Wednesday Library (G2) 12:30 - 1:00
Thursday Art (G1) 12:30 - 1:00
Friday Music (G2) 2:05- 2:35
(GROUP 2 is at school Friday)
(GROUP 1 is home/remote on Friday)
Monday Gym (G2) 12:30 - 1:00
Tuesday Library (G1) 1:00-1:25
Wednesday Art (G2) 12:30-1:00
Thursday NO SPECIALS
Friday Computers (G1) 9:55-10:25 Music (G1) 12:30-1:00
Remember: The health questionnaire must be completed 30 minutes prior to the start of every in-person school day.
There will be NO snack time.
- A bag lunch is recommended
- Hot or cold Lunches will be available Lunch orders will be taken during homeroom.
- Students may not share food items.
- Bring a water bottle from home (no water fountains)
There are students attending your child's class who suffers from a possible life-threatening allergy to peanut/tree nut products i.e. peanut butter, peanut oil, etc.
Students who have severe allergies to such food substances are exposed to a health risk when peanut products are consumed in their environment or shared with them. Please speak with your child about not sharing their food with other children.
If your child has health problems of any kind, please inform me immediately so that the necessary health protection steps may be taken.
Your understanding and cooperation are appreciated so that we might provide for the health needs of students at risk of health trauma.
Attached are two large but incomplete lists of peanut/Treenut-free snacks. It is also important to read ingredient labels for production methods.