*****END OF THE YEAR PARTY AT CAMP JOY!!!!!*****


             Tuesday, June 11th at Camp Joy -10:30am to 2:00pm.

    We will be ordering pizza. Collection for the pizza will be $2 per slice for each student. If your child would like more than one slice or if you would like pizza, please send in the proposed amount for each slice. The collections for the pizza will begin tomorrow.  Please try to have your donations in by Thursday, June 6th to ensure a proper count for the number of pies needed. 

    If your child does not want to buy pizza they may bring a lunch or may still purchase one from the cafeteria

    ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND.  If you would like to send or bring in a fruit or snack (potato chips, pretzels, other chips) for the class, please feel free.  Other donations that may be needed are paper plates, napkins, juice or water.  Please let me know what you are bringing so I can give more attention to items that may still be needed.  If you have any questions or concerns, please let me know. 

    Your child may bring a towel or a blanket to sit on and sunscreen may be needed (at your discretion)

    *****If it rains, the party will be held inside in our classroom.  

    Thank you again for all or your support & cooperation throughout this school year.

    Mr. Daut & Ms. Williams


    So much happens in fourth grade! Because of this, parents as well as children may have some apprehensions about what will happen. It is extremely important to keep in mind that we all build on small successes. Each child will progress at his/her own rate, acquiring skills as he/she is developmentally ready. Maintaining each child’s self-esteem and building a secure foundation for future growth will always remain a priority in fourth grade. Here are some ways you can help: 

    *Celebrate your child’s successes, no matter how small it may seem. This will keep your child enthusiastic about learning and proud of their work! 

    *Look through your child’s Take-Home folder each day. There will be important notes, graded work and tests, and homework assignments. 

    *Be sure to have your child read everyday, if possible. The more your child is exposed to language, the easier it will be for him/her to incorporate new skills in reading and writing in the classroom. 

    *Please take some time to read and discuss the parent/student information when it is sent home with your child. When parents understand the expectations of the school and within my classroom they are able to support and encourage academic success in the education of their child. 

    If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me via email at jgdaut@jacksonsd.org

    Thank you for letting me work with your child this year. 


    Mr. Daut


    Fourth Grade Suggestions

    Please take into account some suggested items that your child will find useful throughout his/her fourth grade year. 
    3 folders
    Small pencil box or pouch
    2 composition notebooks
    2 Spiral Notebooks (2 one subject, 70 pages)
    1 Small Box of Markers (non permanent-no sharpies)
    1 Highlighter  
    2 fine dry-erase markers
    2 packages of post-it notes (3x3) 

    1 clipboard

    - DISINFECTANT WIPES (for desks, tables and such) 
  • Mr. Daut's 4th Grade Specials and Times for the 2018/2019 school year

    (special times are at the same time all week (10:30 - 11:10am)

    Monday - Gym (Mr. Chip)

    Tuesday - Art (Mrs. Thomas)

    Wednesday - Computers (Mr. Vilecco)

    Thursday - World Language (Mrs. McDonald)

    Friday -  Music (Mrs. Burnett) 

    ****Also, our class will be visiting the IMC(Library) frequently. With the help and guidience of Mrs. Montano, we will be able to check out books and use to computers there to help us gather our resurces for the various topics, projects and reports that we will be working on throughout the year.*** 

  • Crawford-Rodriguez Elementary School

    Grades 4 Last 20 Days of School Calendar




    May 23 - Thursday

    Game Day! - We’ll play some games as a class!

    May 24 - Friday

    Red, White and Blue in honor of Memorial Day!

    May 28 - Tuesday

    Crazy Hat Day!

    May 29 - Wednesday

    Joke Day! - Share a joke with the class!

    May 30 - Thursday

    Gr. 4 Game Day - Camp Joy 9:00-11:00

    May 31 - Friday

    Walk/Run Day!  We will go on a class walk/run today!

    June 3 - Monday

    Be an Illustrator Day!

    June 4 - Tuesday

    Number Day! - We’ll play number games today!

    June 5 - Wednesday

    Thank You Day! Write a Letter to a Teacher (any teacher in the school)

    June 6 - Thursday

    Go Noodle Day!

    June 7 - Friday

    Ice Pop Day!  Celebrating Summer Birthdays with an ice pop!

    June 10 - Monday

    Board Game Monday! Bring in your favorite board game!

    June 11 - Tuesday

    4th Grade End of Year Picnic at Camp Joy 10:30 - 2:00

    June 12 - Wednesday

    Beach Day! Bring a towel and favorite book, we will be reading outside (weather permitting)

    June 13 - Thursday

    Red Carpet Day!  Dress Up to impress!

    June 14 - Friday

    Red White & Blue Day in honor of Flag Day!

    June 17 - Monday

    Movie Monday! Popcorn and a movie

    June 18 - Tuesday

    Clean Up Tuesday! Get ready for a full backpack that may be coming home!

    June 19 - Wednesday

    X-tra Recess Day!

    June 20 - Thursday

    Last Day Wildcat Spirit! Wear your school colors!

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  • Dear Parents/Guardians

    Our fourth grade students are given an opportunity to eat a snack sent from home each day to help provide for their nutritional needs and to succumb the mid-morning hungers that occur before lunch.

    Yet, there are students attending your child's class who suffers from a possible life threatening allergy to peanut products i.e. peanut butter, peanut oil, etc., we ask your cooperation by not sending any snacks with your child containing peanut products.

    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 snacks 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 is a large but incomplete list of peanut free snacks.  It is also important to read ingredient labels for production methods.

    Yours truly,

    Mr. Daut

    Peanut Free Snack List

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