Miss Schuler
Miss Schuler - Fourth Grade
Welcome to Fourth Grade, room 203, in the South Wing.
My name is  Ann Schuler. I earned a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and a Masters in the Teaching of Reading from Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI.
I have enjoyed teaching students, from different grade levels, for twenty-seven years.
Classroom Procedures and Expectations: 
The students are expected to make their  best effort to learn, at all times. They should have a good attitude in the classroom, as well as, with other adults and students throughout the building. The students are expected to complete their daily homework and classroom assignments.
On Monday, the students are given two copies of their spelling list. One copy is to leave at school, and one is to take home to practice their words.
On Wednesday, the students take a spelling pre-test.
On Thursday morning, spelling assignments are due.
On Friday, the students take the final spelling test of the week.
The students are required to practice reading thirty minutes a night, for a total of 150 minutes a week. The purpose of the reading assignment is to help improve sight word/vocabulary development, reading fluency and comprehension.
Also, the students should be able to complete the daily reading assignment at school. 
The students are given a math assignment each day. They should have it completed before they come to school the following day.
As a fourth grader, the students should know their multiplication and division facts within a short amount of time. This is an important task and one that parents can share with their child. Hopefully, practicing these skills with your child can be an enjoyable and valuable activity, which will help he/she to be successful in the future.   
Social Studies:
Social Studies is taught by Miss Schuler. Assignments are given  every second or third day.
Science is taught by Mrs. Lindstrom.

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