Fourth Grade Expectations
North Mac Intermediate School 2021-2022
Keep hands, feet and other objects to yourself.
Stay in your seat during lesson unless otherwise given permission.
Use all materials and furniture as intended.
Wear mask while in building and follow social distancing guidelines
Be positive, use appropriate language and manners.
Listen while others speak.
Keep your work area orderly and neat.
Treat others as you want to be treated!
Be on time and ready to participate in class with all materials needed.
Turn in assignments on time.
Keep agenda updated daily.
Wash hands and use hand sanitizer consistently throughout the day.
Take mask and water bottle home each night to be washed before returning to school.
ALL NMIS RULES APPLY IN EACH CLASSROOM (See NMIS Handbook)
Verbal Praise, Clip Up, Dojo Points, Good news notes, phone calls or emails home, etc.
1st Offense: Warning
2nd Offense: Silent Lunch/Reflective Sheet (Will be determined based on offense)
3rd Offense: Parent Contact
4th Offense: Detention/Office
*Class Dojo points can be taken away for any negative behaviors displayed
Agenda- Please check agendas nightly, this is where the assignments for the day will be listed. Assignments for the week can also be found on the North Mac website under the fifth grade “assignments” tab. The assignments for the week will be updated by Monday afternoon.
Grading Scale & Assignments
A: 90-100 B: 80 – 89 C: 70 – 79 D: 60 – 69 F: 59 & Below
This year we will be utilizing My Math. Assignments will be given throughout the week (These will be listed in agenda). Students will almost always be given work time in class and should be able to get a good start, and most likely finish, all assignments before coming home. Workbooks will be sent home for students to write in as needed. Guidelines will be listed in the Math Notebook. It is highly encouraged that students practice flashcards/Reflex Math/XtraMath each night for fact mastery.
We will largely be using a program called Mystery Science! It incorporates a variety of videos, discussions, hands-on activities and experiments.
The easiest way to show us that you understand is to participate in class! It is important for us to know that you understand or are confused. Don’t be afraid to participate. Making mistakes is all a part of learning!
We can’t wait for a GREAT year together!!! :)