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Mrs. Roesch

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Welcome to Mrs. Roesch's Page

Contact Information
Phone: 217-627-2419
droesch@northmacschools.org

Hello! My name is Dawn Roesch. I am a Chatham native. I received my Elementary Education degree from Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington and my Masters degree from Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville in 2006. My husband and I have a son who is a Conservation Police Officer with the Illinois Department of Natural Resources. Our daughter is a sophomore studying nursing at SIU-E. My husband retired as Chief Deputy with the Sangamon County Sheriff's Department and is now practicing law in Springfield. We love the outdoors, spending time hunting, fishing, gardening, and eating what we harvest. We also spend time kayaking, hiking, riding horses, shooting, and boating.

 I started teaching Fourth graders in Virden, August of 1989!  I have been teaching Science which is truly my passion since 2000. My goal is to nurture or instill a love of learning and build and develop the skills necessary to be able to seek out answers and discover information on their own. My desire is for all my students to experience Science and Math content in a positive way which will lead to true lifelong learners.

I am truly looking forward to a great year of working with your children.

7:55 - 8:05

Attendance/ Agenda/ AR Check-In

Lunch Count/ Pledge/ Panther Pact

            8:05 - 9:05        

Math (Yellow) Mrs. Roesch

9:05 - 9:25

Math Centers & Small Groups Mrs. Roesch

9:30 - 10:05

Science (Green) Mrs. Roesch 

10:05 - 10:35

P.E. with Mr. Etter

10:40 - 11:05

Computers - M & TH / Mrs. Allen

Music - T & F / Mr. Fatheree

11:15-11:55

Lunch & Recess 

Study Hall if needed

12:00-1:25

Reading/ Lang Arts/ Writing (Blue)

Mrs. Harris

1:25 - 2:00

Social Studies (Red) Mrs. Harris

2:00 – 2:30

Rdg. Centers/Small Groups /RTI

2:30 - 3:00

Band / WIN Study Time) / Dismissal

WELCOME TO FOURTH GRADE!

We will celebrate a "Student of the Week" this year.  When it is your child's turn to be honored he/she will decorate a poster given to him/her in order to tell about him/herself.  The 4th grader will also be able to bring in pictures or other objects that tell us more about him/herself.

Student of the Week

 

 

 

4th Grade Classroom Teachers
Contact Info


Mrs. Hainsfurther/ Rdg & Lang Arts / SS - Email: thainsfurther@northmacschools.org
Mrs. Harris/ Rdg & Lang Arts / SS - Email:  nharris@northmacschools.org
Mrs. Roesch/ Math & Science  - Email: droesch@northmacschools.org
Mrs Mulacek / Math & Science - Email: lmulacek@northmacschools.org

 

Phone Number:   627-2419 School Website:  http://www.northmacschools.org
 

4th Grade Classroom Expectations
BE SAFE
** Keep hands, feet, and other/ objects to yourself
** Raise your hand before getting out of your seat
** Keep all materials clear of the walkways
** Act as a positive role model for your classmates
** Only use kind words and actions


BE RESPECTFUL
** Use appropriate language and manners
** Raise your hand and wait to be called on before speaking
** Keep your work area orderly and clean
** Allow others to learn by not distracting them or being disruptive
** Students are to stay on task and working until dismissed by the teacher
** Treat all other students and adults as you would like to be treated

BE RESPONSIBLE
** Come to class prepared with all needed materials
** Be on time and ready to participate when class begins
** Turn in all assignments on time
** Make sure your name is on all your work
** Always give your best effort
ALL NMIS RULES APPLY WHILE IN THE 4TH GRADE CLASSROOMS

 

Parent Volunteers 

      Remember you must have a volunteer form filled out and on file with

the office if you would like to help with

 class parties or chaperone a field trip. Thank you in advance for your help.

 

HELPFUL REMINDERS

Also known as: 
Even though this looks long and wordy, it is information worth reading to help your child be successful in 4th grade this year! :)

  • Please remember to check your child's book bag and agenda (also called the assignment notebook) daily for papers to sign and return, graded papers or notes to view and clean out.  
  • Always try to do this task with your child present. This way he or she sees you taking an interest in his or her learning and can take responsibility for what can and cannot be discarded.  We hear many say "My mom threw my homework away" to which we respond you should have been there to tell her which papers to keep and which to discard.
  • We are really working hard on helping the students to develop a routine for daily homework and organization skills to bring the correct materials home and then back to school the following school day.  
  • A great habit to get into is using the same place to complete any homework and immediately putting the assignments and books in the book bag for the following morning.

Book 2

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BOOK ORDERS

 

BOOK ORDERS ARE DUE:   

‚ÄčThank you for you for your order!

Mrs. Harris has made it possible to order online, so if you want to use this convenience your child has been given a white paper with the order code for our class/grade.

  • All proceeds from the 4th grade book orders go towards incentives for our grade level students.  We use the free points to buy items for the grab bag as well as our Christmas goody bags.*

ACCELERATED READER 

  • Each month your child is required to read a 3.0 point AR book.  The student will show they have read the book by taking and passing an AR test on the computer here at school. This is then recorded as a part of the Reading grade .

  • SEPTEMBER AR IS DUE 9/30/19 !!! READ, READ, READ!!!

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  • Science Text

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    We will be working hard to understand the Scientific Method by following the steps each time we do an experiment. Each day we try to improve our thinking skills by thinking like a scientist. We will begin by studying cells and the life processes that all living organisms must perform to stay alive.
  • Our guest speaker, Mrs. Niemann, from the U of I Extension Office, Agricultural Literacy Program, will come for lessons about plants and how they grow as well as what products we make from them. We will be growing both field corn and soybeans.

 

 

 

INTERNET LINKS FOR LEARNING AT SCHOOL AND HOME

Learning Games- all subjects

Plants

Great Plant Escape

BONES/skeletal system

50 STATES

SCIENCE LINKS

Human Body Systems

States and Capitals

MAP Games

MAP Activities 

English Word Games