FOURTH GRADE
 
 Mrs. Dietz (4D)
Mrs. Shaffer (4S) 
 
Welcome to a new school year! As you may know, we have had staff changes for the 2013/2014 school year. This year, Mrs. Dietz and Mrs. Shaffer will be teaching third and fourth grade students. Mrs. Shaffer will be teaching Science and Social Studies.  Mrs. Dietz will be teaching Math.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SUPPLIES
Supply of #2 pencils                 
Dry Erase markers
Glue Sticks
Zippered Binder Pouch
Wide-ruled, loose-leaf notebook paper (2 pks of 150)
4 plastic 2-pocket folders with holes for binder-Labeled: RED-Take home,  PURPLE-Language Arts, ORANGE- Math, GREEN- Science/Social Studies
Pencil Top Erasers or Large Pink Eraser
Highlighter
Ruler
1 Large Box Kleenex
Crayons and/or Colored Pencils
Scissors
Protractor
1- 1 1/2 to 2 in Zippered 3 Ring Binder 
PLANNER
Please check and sign your child's binder daily. Planners allow for better school and home communication.  You may also check your child's Work/Study Grade and Behavior Grade daily inside the binder. Homework will be sent home on Monday and will be due back on Friday. Thank you for your cooperation.
NOTICES
Our web-site is a work in progress.  We will be making additions and deletions during the year to utilize this tool effectively.  Look in this box for notices of changes.  Thank you for your patience!
CONTACT US
 
Communication between home and school is important.  Please feel free to contact us at any time.  We will respond to you as soon as possible!
 
rhonda.yarger@neomin.org   330-898-1781 Ext. 604    
lorrie.dietz@neomin.org     330-898-1781 Ext. 602  
                                
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2482 St. Rt. 534, Southington, Ohio 44470     P (330) 898-7480 F (330) 898-4828           School CMS created by eSchoolView
Southington Local Schools are committed to excellence in teaching and learning for all students. The community and school both hold high expectations for students and
staff. We share with our community the responsibility for the education of all students so they will be prepared to live and work in a rapidly changing world.