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  7710 W. Kingston Dr, , Frankfort, IL, 60423
 Phone (815) 469-3176


Jason Isdonas

  School Hours

Student Attendance: 9:00 - 3:30 Half-Day Hours: 9:00 - 12:10 Office Hours: 8:35 - 3:50



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This week in class


P.E. 9:40-10:15


P.E. 9:40-10:15  Art 10:15-10:50 (Every other Tuesday)  Library 2:05-2:25


P.E. 9:40-10:15   Technology 2:00-3:00



P.E. 9:40-10:15   Music 11:25-12:00



P.E. 9:40-10:15   Music 11:25-12:00


February 19-23, 2018
Odds & Ends-Please remind your child about good hygiene and the need to take care of him/herself.  We have had to address the issue of personal hygiene, including regular bathing and changing socks, several times in the last few weeks, due to some rather foul-smelling odors.  This, of course, does not apply to all students but still has become so bothersome that it needs to be addresssed.  Thanks for reinforcing this at home.
Reading/Language/Spelling-Except for the "Afterward," we have finished our novel "Number the Stars."  Students really seemed to enjoy it and we have had some interesing and meaningful conversations regarding its content.  Our vocabulary and comprehension tests for chapters 13-17 are planned for Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, respectively.To help prepare students for the upcoming PARCC tests, we will be doing practice work involving reading and writing this week in class. Students will be taking practice tests that are similar to the actual PARCC tests.  We will be doing some practice writing to help students understand what may be required of them in March. Please make sure your child has shared the information with you about the "People That Left Their Stamp on the World" project, as well as the due date.  The "Living Museum" presentation by students is planned for Friday, March 9, with a practice session on Thursday, March 8. 
Math-As noted last week, students will have a quiz on the multiplication facts of 6 on Wednesday of this week. Much of what is done in 4th grade Math depends on a strong foundation in multiplication, so please make sure your child practices multiplication facts at home on a regular basis.  Some of the objectives from Chapter 7, "Add and Subtract Fractions" for this week include using models to represent and find differences involving fractions, and solving word problems involving addition and subtraction with fractions.
Science- We will continue work with the current unit, "Energy and Speed," this week.  
Social Studies We will be doing some map skills related to the states in the lower southeast region of the United States this week.  We will also continue learning about the Civil War.
Quote-"If you truly want to understand something, try to change it."  Kurt Lewis
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Thank you for regularly reading our web page and for your continued support.
                                                                             Sincerely, Mr. Jeffrey

Important Dates

  • February 19, 2018 : Presidents' Day
    No School
  • February 20, 2018 : Library
    Books Due
  • February 20, 2018 : 6 Flags Read to Succeed
    6 Flags Reading forms due
  • February 23, 2018 : Scholastic Books
    February Scholastic Book orders due
  • February 23, 2018 : Assembly
    All-school PBIS assembly in p.m.
  • March 9, 2018 : Living Museum
    Students will present information about their "Person Who Left a Stamp on the World" during this presentation. Parents are encouraged to attend!

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