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Intermediate School
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Dr. Kedzior
4th Grade - Oster-Oakview

Daily Schedule

7:35 - 7:40 -- Homeroom

7:40 - 8:10  - Language Arts Block 1/2

8:10 - 8:40 - Specials 

9:20 - 10:35 - Language Arts Block 1/2

10:35 - 10:50 --- Recess

10:50 - 11:10 --- Lunch

11:15 - 12:30 --- Language Arts Block 3/4

12:30 - 1:45 --- Language Arts Block 3/4

1:45 - 2:00 --- Homeroom 





Internet Safety

Internet Safety 

 Internet Safety

Playing on the Internet is fun. Make sure you stay safe. Follow the guidelines below every time you go on the Internet. Remember to also discuss these guidelines with Mom or Dad. The most important safety guideline is to get your parent’s permission every time you visit the Internet. 

Internet Safety Guidelines:

1. Always ask your parents before going online. 

2. Be polite when talking to people online.

3. Don't give out personal information like your name, address or phone number, or school name on the Internet.

4. Stop right away if you read something that upsets you and tell your parents.

5. Never send pictures to anyone from the Internet without parent permission. 

6. Never meet an Internet friend in person without parent permission. 

7. Don't open emails that are upsetting to you and don't open emails from people you don't know.

8. Tell your parents if you are being bullied online or if you see someone else being bullied online. 

9. Don't copy other website's work as your own.

Homework Policy


Your child should be bringing their assignment notebook and portfolio home nightly. 

Please check your child's assignment notebook nightly to assure that your child is completing their assignments and sign it.  

 Weekly Homework

  • Spelling - Each child will take a Spelling Test each Friday.  Your child will have 2 weekly spelling workbook pages to complete each week which are due the Thursday of each week.    
  • Responsibility Recess - Children are rewarded each Friday with an additional grade level recess if they have acted responsible each week.  This does include turning in all their homework for the week.  Any missing assignments in any subject area during the week exempt their participation in "Responsibility Recess."  Our goal is to reward responsible behavior.  
  • Center Work - Your child will have center work to complete independently in class each week.  If your child does not finish his/her center work by Friday morning, he/she will be required to finish the center work for homework and/or during the responsibility recess on Friday.  If he/she is missing a center assignment, it will be counted as a missing assignment. 

Language Arts
Pearson ReadyGen Series
Language Arts incorporates reading, writing, spelling, and speaking.
*Trade books offer authentic, rigorous interactions with text.
*ReadyGen uses a generative approach to vocabulary instruction.  Words are taught in clusters, with a focus on key words that are critical to understanding the text. 
*At the heart of ReadyGen is the mutual exchange between reading and writing.  Students write to sources and cite evidence, developing close reading habits.  They write in different modes, including Informative, Narrative, and Opinion writing.
*Spelling curriculum focuses on spelling patterns.  Students will have weekly spelling homework (Word Anyalysis Workbook) and will be assessed weekly on these words. 
*Silent reading book is needed for class every day.


  • Click here to access the PARCC tutorial lesson.  This lesson will familiarize you with navigating the PARCC test.  It will show you how to use the tools available and how to go through the test with ease.
  • Click here to access the Language Arts practice tests. (Just click on 4th grade and there are 2 parts to choose from.)
  • Click here to go to the Math practice tests.
  • This website has some more great practice.  It also gives immediate feedback on if you answered each question correctly or not.  Click here to check it out.
Favorite Web Sites


IXL- Students practice language arts skills and earn medals for excellence in each skill.