Mrs. DeBarge's 4th Grade ELA

    Students have the option to bring treats or trinkets for Halloween treat bags. So that our friends with nut allergies can share in the fun, please read the label and look for warnings like "may include traces of peanuts" or "manufactured on a shared line with tree nuts."  Package notices to the effect of "made in a nut free facility" or "does not contain" indicate safe snacks.  All treats must be individually wrapped.  We have 19 students in our homeroom, though other fourth grade classes have 18-21 students.  Please send enough for all students while keeping in mind a new student could be added before October 29th.

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  •  Please see the calendar tab for our work focus this week.

    October 25-29  Red Ribbon Week

    25th - "Proud to be drug free!" - Wear a red shirt, socks, hair bow, or accessories.

    26th - "Turn your back on drugs!" - Wear your shirt or hat backwards.

    27th - "Team up against drugs!" - Wear your favorite team shirt/jersey.

    28th - "Say BOO to drugs!" - Wear a school appropriate Halloween shirt.

    29th - "Follow your dreams! Don't do drugs." - Wear pajamas (school appropriate).


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  • Students may bring treats for their birthdays.

    EXAMPLES - cookies, cupcakes, cookie cake, etc.


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