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Welcome to Mrs. Mathew’s 4-2 Class page!

We have been informed that more school’s are closing. The school that is closing is NOT our school. We will be open in September.

July 9, 2020
Dear Parent or Guardian:
It is with deep sadness we must announce the permanent closing of six of our Catholic academies, within the Diocese of Brooklyn, effective August 31, 2020, due to the devastating effects of the COVID-19 crisis on enrollment and finances – an issue faced by many Catholic schools in the region and across the nation.
This communication is to assure you that your school is not included in this announcement and is planning to reopen in September 2020, when New York City and New York State determine it is safe to do so.
We want to share our commitment that the tradition of Catholic education in Brooklyn and Queens will continue. We are committed to giving all children an opportunity to receive a Catholic education.
The extended family of Catholic Academies and Parish Schools within the Diocese of Brooklyn must come together to mourn the losses suffered, pray for the future, and support our children, as many of them will need to transfer to a new Catholic Academy in the midst of very uncertain times.
Our smaller and caring community of Catholic Academies and Parish Schools have many advantages, as witnessed by how quickly we adapted to remote learning, to ensure and maintain our high standard of education. Our children knew that even though they were separated, they were not alone. Our devoted teachers and staff supported every child with the tools they needed to continue their education.
Planning is currently under way to serve all our students and school communities in the best way possible for the upcoming academic year, following state and health department requirements. More information about the reopening plan for your Catholic Academy or Parish School will be shared later in the summer, as guidance from the state and health officials evolves.
We look forward to continuing to care for and educate children with faith and knowledge in God’s plan for all of us.
Let us pray for every family, child, teacher, and school staff member at this time.
Sincerely,
Thomas Chadzutko
Thomas Chadzutko, Ed.D.
Superintendent ~ Catholic School Support Services
OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT ~ CATHOLIC SCHOOL SUPPORT SERVICES
ROMAN CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF BROOKLYN
310 PROSPECT PARK WEST BROOKLYN, NEW YORK 11215 718-965-7300 FAX: 718-965-7353

5th Grade Materials/ Summer Work/ Letter from Superintendent

Posted on June 22, 2020

We hope you have a wonderful and safe summer!

Click where it says “End of Year” to read a letter from our Superintendent.

End of Year

 

Materials for Incoming 5th graders:

7 notebooks

2 folders

2 packs of red pens

3 packs of pencils

Pencil case (no boxes)

Box of crayons

Ruler

Glue

Black Markers

Sanitizer

Paper Towel

2 Boxes of tissue

2 Reams/packs of copy paper

Summer Work for Incoming 5th Graders:

ELA: Read daily  (no packet)

Math: Memorize and know multiples from times tables 2-15.

              *Complete a MULTIPLES CHART for tables 2-15 ONCE OR TWICE a week under 4 minutes. 

              * After getting it under 4 minutes, challenge yourself and try to get it under 3 minutes!

              * Make sure each chart has a full heading & is neat. Use a ruler for lines

              *Charts must be submitted to Mrs. Guerrero in September. 

              * You can use these blank sheets to keep your work organized (just add up to 15)

              * There should be a total of 10 sheets to turn in by September.

              * Your time should be written down & it should be a little faster each time. 

                 Even by a few seconds!

              * You got this!

Click these links below:

https://www.scholastic.com/content/dam/teachers/blogs/alycia-zimmerman/migrated-files/blank_multiplication_table.pdf

https://www.memory-improvement-tips.com/support-files/printable-multiplication-chart-12×12-large-blank.pdf

 

 

 

 

SUMMER IS HERE…

Posted on June 17, 2020

Great Expectations
It’s time to say, “Good-bye.”
Our year has come to an end.
I’ve made more cherished memories
And many more new friends.
I’ve watched your children learn and grow
And change from day to day.
I hope that all the things we’ve done
Have helped in some small way.
So it’s with happy memories
I send them out to soar,
With great hope and expectations
For what next year holds in store.

Love,

Mrs. Mathew

June 8- 12 HOMEWORK —-> 4th grade

Posted on June 7, 2020

Monday, June 8th:

Religion: 4-2 only

“Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.”

EXAMPLES: After reading, please write down 3 of your own examples in your notebook.

  • A family works to ensure that God is part of their daily lives.

Math: Have you memorized your times tables 2-15?

            Do a multiples chart 2 through 12 in under 4 minutes every day

            REVIEW: Complete in your notebook– textbook page 468: 

            -Complete practice 8-1 and 8-2 ODD ONLY

 

Science: Look at the back of your SCIENCE TEXTBOOK:

                 Read Pages G1—-G15

                 

Tuesday, June 9th:

Religion: 4-2 only

“Blessed are they who mourn, for they shall be comforted.”

EXAMPLES: After reading, please write down 3 of your own examples in your notebook.

  • A person loses a very close family member. God provides for that person by allowing them to reunite in the hereafter.

Math:   

            Have you memorized your times tables 2-15?

            Do a multiples chart 2 through 12 in under 4 minutes every day

            REVIEW: Complete in your notebook– textbook page 469: 

            -Complete practice 9-1 and 9-2 ODD ONLY

 

Science:

Look at the back of your SCIENCE TEXTBOOK:

                 Read Pages R2—-R3

Wednesday, June 10th:

Religion: 4-2 only

“Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth.”

EXAMPLES: After reading, please write down 3 of your own examples in your notebook.

  • Groups of people anonymously leave clothing for a clothes drive.

Math:

            Have you memorized your times tables 2-15?

            Do a multiples chart 2 through 12 in under 4 minutes every day

            REVIEW: Complete in your notebook– textbook page 470: 

            -Complete practice 10-2 and 11-1  ODD ONLY

 

Science:

Look at the back of your SCIENCE TEXTBOOK:

                 Read Pages R4—-R5

Thursday, June 11th:

Religion: 4-2 only

“Blessed are they who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be satisfied.”

EXAMPLES: After reading, please write down 3 of your own examples in your notebook.

  • Volunteers peacefully march against an unjust law.
  • A student stands up for an individual who is being bullied, teased, and thereby tormented.

Math:

            Have you memorized your times tables 2-15?

            Do a multiples chart 2 through 12 in under 4 minutes every day

            REVIEW: Complete in your notebook– textbook page 471: 

            -Complete practice 12-1 and 12-2 ODD ONLY

 

Science:

Look at the back of your SCIENCE TEXTBOOK:

                 Read Pages R6 — R 11

Friday, June 12th: 

MAKE-UP DAY

Homework: June 1 – June 5, 2020

Posted on May 31, 2020
  • Complete all assignments posted on Google
  • Zoom meeting tomorrow at 9:45a.m.

Monday: June 1st

  Religion(4-2 only) :  We Believe page 248

                                Think about the wats your life is different now than when

                                   you were in first grade. What are some of the things that

                                   changed? As we grow up we begin to understand more about

                                   the ways you think and feel. Feelings are natural and a gift

                                    from God. In your notebook, write a letter to God about how

                                    you have been feeling about having to stay home and have school online.

                                    Take a few moments to think quietly and prayerfully about the different 

                                    feelings you may have. Ask God to help you understand these feelings. 

Math:                      Monday:  Chapter 4 page 464  

                                  Complete Practice 4-1 #1a- 17 ODD ONLY

                                  Complete Multiples chart in 4 minutes

                                 Practice 6- 15 times table and memorize up to the 15 times tables by June 8th

Science:                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSfNYpCprw4

 

Tuesday : June 2    {ZOOM CALL 10:30 a.m.}

Religion: (4-2)   We Believe- pg  252

                                Some phrases in our language have interesting

                                    meanings, for example, “ I have a heavy heart.” This

                                    does not mean that your heart weighs too much.         

                                    What do you think it does mean? What are some

                                    things that may cause someone to have a “heavy

                                    heart” ? Answer it in your notebook.

Math:                        Tuesday:    Chapter 5 page 465 (5-1) # 1a – 17 ODD

                            Complete Multiples chart in 4 minutes

                                   Practice 6- 15 times table and memorize up to the 15 times tables by June 8th

 

Science:                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDR8tcGPA3s

 

Wednesday: June 3rd { Zoom Call 10:30 a.m.}

 Math:            Complete textbook page 466(6-1) # 1a – 14 ODD in notebook

                        Complete Multiples chart in 4 minutes

                        Practice 6- 15 times table and memorize up to the 15 times tables by June 8th

 

Science:        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ymo_vrCCFu8

Thursday: June 4th { Zoom Call 10:30 a.m.}

 

Math:     

                        Complete textbook page 467 Practice 7-2 # 1-7 ALL in notebook

                        Complete Multiples chart in 4 minutes

                        Practice 6- 15 times table and memorize up to the 15 times tables by June 8th

 

Science:         Complete Google assignments

 

 

Friday: June 5th: Make-up Day

 

 

 

 

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