Fourth Grade

Fourth Grade Teacher Mrs. Marianne Kleinfeldt-Woock (Mrs. K.W.)


  • Scripture-Identifies the New Testament Gospels and Epistle
  • Identifies people from the Old Testament that show how to trust and obey God: Abraham, Sarah, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph
  • Demonstrates an understanding of the term covenant
  • Doctrine-Recognizes the Church as the Mystical Body of Christ guided by the Holy Spirit
  • Recognizes that Jesus suffered and died for our sins
  • Sacrament-Knows and describes the significance of Eucharist
  • Community-Names and practices the Corporal Works of Mercy
  • Identifies and applies the Beatitudes, and the Great Commandment
  • Service-Identifies and describes Sacraments of service
  • Plans, participates, and evaluates a service activity
  • Prayer-Identifies the four categories of prayer (praise, petition, thanksgiving, sorrow)
  • Demonstrates an understanding of the Apostles’ Creed and Act of Contrition
  • Spirituality-Identifies and describes a saint


  • Uses context clues, word origins, root words, and affixes to decode the meaning of words
  • Reads with understanding (makes connections, visualizes, infers, asks questions, determines main ideas, summarizes)
  • Identifies the effects of character, plot and setting
  • Reads, interprets, and critically analyzes literature


  • Spells frequently used words correctly
  • Spells words from the weekly spelling list

Science – Mrs. Fuller

  • Demonstrates understanding of the key concepts
  • Defines and uses scientific vocabulary
  • Collects, organizes, investigates and interprets data
  • Constructs and conducts experiments to answer scientific questions
  • Shows how science and technology affects our lives
  • Uses a variety of reliable science sources to solve scientific problems
  • Uses scientific method to pose and solve problems and predict solutions
  • Demonstrates knowledge of the history of science

Language Arts

  • Expresses thoughts clearly when speaking and in written form
  • Edits for grammar, punctuation, capitalization and spelling
  • Uses the writing process (prewriting, rough draft, edit, revise, final copy) for a variety of purposes and audiences
  • Uses parts of speech effectively (nouns, possessives, pronouns and adjectives)
  • Orally communicates information, opinions, and ideas for a variety of purposes and audiences

Math Grade 4 – Mrs. Kleinfeldt-Woock

  • Number/Operations, Processes & Algebraic Relationships
  • Represents and explains whole numbers to 100,000
  • Represents and explains fractions and decimals to hundredths
  • Solves addition and subtraction whole number problems with one and two step problem solving
  • Recalls the basic facts of addition and subtraction
  • Recalls the basic facts of multiplication and division
  • Identifies place value to 1,000,000
  • Solves multiplication whole number problems with multiple digits
  • Solves division whole number problems with remainders
  • Represents and explains equivalent fractions
  • Uses a calculator to check solutions
  • Uses a variety of problem-solving strategies (including estimation, mental math)
  • Uses mathematical properties and the concept of equality to solve a variety of equations
  • Demonstrates one and two step problem solving
  • Geometry, Measurement, Statistics/Probability
  • Identifies properties of geometric figures (sides, two-three dimensions, angles)
  • Locates points on a coordinate grid
  • Uses standard units of measurement (metric and US customary)

Math Grade 5 – Mrs. Fuller

  • Number/Operations, Processes & Algebraic Relationships
  • Counts, reads, writes, orders and compares decimals to thousandths
  • Solves multiplication/division problems with whole number using multiple digits
  • Adds, subtracts decimals through thousandths
  • Recalls the basic facts of addition and subtraction
  • Multiplies and divides decimals through thousandths
  • Adds, subtracts, multiplies fractions with like and unlike denominators
  • Uses a variety of problem-solving strategies (including estimation)
  • Uses a calculator for problem solving and to check problems.
  • Computes the value of one variable expressions
  • Measurement, Geometry, Statistics & Probability
  • Measures and draws angles
  • Identifies and constructs a 2-D polygon
  • Finds perimeter, area, volume
  • Selects appropriate standard and metric units
  • Computes units of measure with the same units
  • Identifies mean, mode, range and median
  • Collects, interprets, organizes and represents data

Social Studies

  • Geography – Demonstrates basic mapping skills, landforms, climate and resources
  • History-Identifies and discusses early history, statehood, peoples and industries of Wisconsin
  • Political Science-Demonstrates an understanding of the function of government
  • Economics-Identifies and discusses economic processes particularly related to Wisconsin
  • Behavioral Science-Identifies and discusses factors which influence the development of our society


  • Understands concepts and techniques
  • Applies basic elements and principles of art
  • Demonstrates individuality and creativity
  • Respects efforts and contributions of peers and working artists
  • Work reflects pride and enthusiasm

French I – Mrs. Linsenmeyer

  • Participates by listening and repeating
  • Pronounces correctly
  • Demonstrates comprehension
  • Engages in simple conversation

Music – Mrs. Gleason

  • Understands concepts and applies skills
  • Participates and performs
  • Creates and composes uses recognizable form
  • Understands the role of music in society

Physical Education – Mrs. Joyce

  • Applies knowledge of rules and skills in team and individual sports
  • Displays good sportsmanship and Christian values
  • Willingly attempts and practices all challenges
  • Understands health awareness
  • Demonstrates increased physical fitness

Technology – Dr. Maynord

  • Uses basic touch-typing method (10-15 wpm)
  • Uses cut, copy, and paste functions within a document
  • Inserts graphics from within an application
  • Uses spell and grammar check functions
  • Enters a URL to access in Internet web site

Social Development

  • Shows respect for self
  • Shows respect for peers
  • Shows respect for adults
  • Shows respect for property
  • Assumes responsibility for behavior
  • Assumes responsibility for learning
  • Solves conflicts appropriately
  • Displays independence
  • Sets, achieves, and evaluates personal learning goals
  • Follows established routines and procedures
  • Demonstrates self control
  • Applies Christian values to daily life

Work Habits

  • Completes assignments on time
  • Produces quality work
  • Words cooperatively with others
  • Follows oral and written directions
  • Uses time effectively
  • Actively listens and participates
  • Persists in tasks until completion
  • Demonstrates organizational skills
  • Seeks appropriate resources as needed
  • Accepts and uses constructive suggestions