Mrs. McMurry

Welcome to 4th Grade! 

Mrs. McMurry's Class 
Math and Science in Room 403

The best way to contact me is email: hmcmurry@crschools.org
Or, call the school at 360-501-2910, extension 1403.



Please visit the 4th Grade News webpage to see what is currently happening in all of the 4th-grade classrooms. Follow this link and be sure to bookmark it for future reference: https://bit.ly/2P7dDez

Specialist Schedule:
Monday: CLC (Library)
Tuesday: Music
Wednesday: PE
Thursday: Art and PE
Friday: PE



Scholastic Book Orders: 
About once a month students will have an opportunity to order books through Scholastic. Please check planners for due dates. 

Parents can order online using the class code of P7MMZ at https://clubs.scholastic.com/home.

Classroom Managementstudents learn best in school settings in which they are comfortable and feel safe and accepted. 

For behavior management, Mrs. Smith and I use a card system. Each student begins the day with five cards: two green, one yellow, one orange, and one red. Throughout the day, a student may lose a card for reasons such as misbehaving, being off task, blurting out answers, etc. The greens and yellow are warnings. If they get down to an orange or red, they will conference with me and will come up with a plan for improvement which may include a call home, note home, talk with Mr. Starkey, loss of a privilege, or written apology. 

Feel free to read over the Behavioral Expectations portions of the Castle Rock Intermediate School Student/Parent Handbook for more details of the school-wide behavioral expectations located here: http://bit.ly/2LPo0SA

Planners:  the 4th grade supply list included the purchase of a planner at the elementary office.

Your child will use it daily to write down what he/she is learning, note upcoming events, record his/her number for the day, and record reading at home. A number will be used to communicate how your child performed for the day based on the behavior management card system. 

  • 4 indicates the child stayed on green 
  • 3 indicates the student surrendered two green cards and remained on yellow 
  • 2 indicates orange
  • 1 indicates red 
Please sign or initial that you have checked your child’s planner every day. If your child was not on a 4 for the day, they will write an explanation as to why they had to pull cards. Be sure to ask them about it. It will be your child’s responsibility to remember to bring the planner home and back to school on a daily basis.

Advancement
Via
Individual
Determination
Schoolwide, we are working toward college readiness by teaching and learning skills necessary to be a successful college student.


Our classroom college is Gonzaga University. 
Go Bulldogs!

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