Mrs. Olson's Classroom
This is my first year teaching at OEMS. I have taught the past 10 years in the North Thurston School District in Lacey, WA. Prior to this year I have taught kindergarten, sixth grade, and fifth grade. I am thrilled to have the opportunity to teach fourth grade this year!
I graduated from Onalaska in 1999, and then attended Saint Martin's University in Lacey, WA. Once I completed my education at Saint Martin's in 2004, I started teaching and coaching in the North Thurston District. I coached both basketball and fastpitch.
My husband and I and our two children recently moved to Onalaska and we are excited to be Loggers!
8:15-8:30 Morning Work
9:15-10:00 Specialist and Recess
11:15-11:55 Lunch and Recess
11:55-12:15 Reading Trail
1:05-1:50 Reading Success and Reading Small Groups
2:00-3:00 Science/Social Studies
3:00-3:10 End of Day Routine
The fourth grade classrooms are all participating in a Reading Trail Challenge this school year. The challenge is for every student to read at least 30 books by the end of the school year. Each time a book is completed, the student meets with the teacher to discuss the book and complete any task that may be required. Students are given class time each day to work on the Reading Trail Challenge and meet with the teacher. They are also expected to work on this challenge at home. The at home reading log that is part of the weekly homework should reflect the books students are reading for the challenge. When a book is completed and the teacher has signed off, the student moves his/her marker to the next location on the Reading Trail board in our classroom! Happy reading!!!
Homework is sent home every Friday and is due the following Friday. It will always include the following items: