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Welcome to Grade 4-2

Mrs. Di Marcello’s Headquarters

“It is the voice at the end of the day saying, I will try again tomorrow.”

  2015 is the year I find the superhero inside my body. In 2016, I'll prove to myself what I'm capable of and participate in the Warrior Dash. If I'm crazy enough to believe I can, then I'm crazy enough to do it! ;-)                                                     

Historic Hudson Valley!

Explorer’s Week, Writing with Spices, Student’s Day Fun



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District: Diocese of Brooklyn, Ed Office, Brooklyn

School: Divine Wisdom Catholic Academy, Douglaston

User Name: student4

Password: mymathbook4  

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Monday: Spanish and Gym

Tuesday: Computer

Wednesday: Music

Thursday: Spanish and STEM

Friday: Art


Useful Links
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SS References


Newsletters: READ ALL ABOUT IT!

What’s Happening in Grade 4?

4-2 End of The Year Newsletter/DiMarcello

Posted on June 20, 2019

Dear Parents,

Where has the time gone? It has been a terrific year working with your children. They have grown into successful readers and writers.

Today, we will end our last day of school with a beautiful Prayer Service. Please keep in mind your child be receiving his/her report cards today.

Be sure to keep up with your child’s summer reading. I hope you all have a wonderful summer.

See you in September.

Good Luck in Grade 5!

Final Newsletter week of June 10th 4-2/DiMarcello

Posted on June 14, 2019

Can you believe June is here?

Our trip to Philadelphia was great. Students enjoyed vising Independence Hall and touring the city!

The students have been working on their Power-point presentations on the American Revolution. On Monday, parents are invited to visit the classroom to hear all about their research.

The students will celebrating their end of the year Party on Monday, June 17th  afternoon with pizza and treats in the school yard. Bring your beach towels and games! 

Students worked on their writing journals this week and continued to work on Math skills review. Students also received a Fourth Grade Yearbook that they have been writing and sharing with their classmates.

Special classes will end next week and Wednesday and Thursday, June 19th and 20th will be half-days.

It was a pleasure working with you and your child this year.

Have a wonderful summer.

Grade 4-2 Newsletter Week of 6/3

Posted on June 7, 2019

The weather is beautiful and the students are getting into the summer spirit, but not just yet.

This week students took their end of the year assessment in Mathematics and reviewed  word problems with decimals and started to multiply decimals.

In English Language Arts, students completed their final written performance task on the novel, “Out of My Mind,” discussing how the main character learns to love and appreciate herself through the friendships she has created.

In Social Studies, students are working on the independent Power-Point presentations using all the research they have obtained and studied in class.

Parents are invited to our classroom on Monday, June 17th at 8:45 AM to listen to their presentations. In the afternoon at 1 PM, our students will be celebrating their end of the year party in the schoolyard.

Our Trip to Philadelphia is Tuesday, June 11th! 6:30 AM SHARP!

Finally, Grade 4 Rocks!

Newsletter 4-2/DiMarcello Week of 5/20

Posted on May 28, 2019

What a spirited week it has been! Students enjoyed the several events our school has organized. From Field Day to Career Day. It was a lot of fun. Students especially enjoyed writing poems to our Armed Forces and Face-Timing  with a pilot in the Armed Forces in Florida! Students were able to ask him many questions and thank him for his services.   

In Mathematics, we continued adding and subtracting decimals, as well as comparing decimals.

In Social Studies, we continued to gather information for our Power-Point presentation on the American Revolution.

In Science, we continued discussing and reviewing Matter. Students also continued reviewing for the Science state test.

 In English Language Arts, students continued reading the novel, Out of My Mind by making specific claims using textual evidence to support his/her answer.

Congratulations to Shane M., Fabiana, and Teddy for winning the Douglaston Memorial Day Writing/Art Contest. They will be marching on Friday during the Memorial Day Parade to represent our school and receive their awards. 


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