Fourth Grade

September 16th-20th

Quizzes/Tests and Major Projects

Tuesday, September 17th- Reading Test Ch.1-5 Frindle

Wednesday, September 16th- Bible Verse Quiz

Thursday, September 19th- Bible Unit 1-3 Test

Friday, September 20th- Ch. 6-10 Vocabulary Quiz


RCS Theme Days K-5

September 20 (Friday) - RCS Spirit Day (Homecoming)

October 31 (Thursday) - Crazy Hair Day

November 15 (Friday) - Mismatched Day

December 19 (Thursday) - Crazy Hat and “Festive” Wear

January 17 (Friday) - Onesie Day

February 14 (Friday) - Valentine’s Day Festive Wear

February 28 (Friday) - Western Wear

March 2 (Monday) - Dr. Seuss Dress-up Day

April 9 (Thursday) - Color Day (Gospel Colors) 4th Grade - Purple (Royalty)

May 15 (Friday) - College Shirt Day

Field Trips

Washington on the Brazos Field Trip - Nov. 20th

Taste of Texas Field Trip - April 23rd

Dress Code

Skirts: All uniform skirts must be the 'At the knee' or 'Below the knee' style. Skirts may be up to 2" above the knee as ladies grow throughout the school year, but skirts shorter than 2" above the knee are not permitted.

Shorts: All uniform shorts, including PE shorts, must be no more than 2” above the knee. Shorts shorter than 2” above the knee are not permitted.

Friday Dress: Students may wear RCS spirit shirts or Christian t-shirts with approved uniform bottoms.

Dress for Chapel

Kindergarten - 4th Grade

  • Top: Red polo (or dress) with RCS logo
  • Bottom: Khaki (no plaids)
  • Shoes: Everyday shoe guidelines apply

Elementary Chapel is on Wednesdays 8:15-8:50 a.m. Please join us anytime!




Job; The Tower of Babel and Obadiah;

The Pharisee and Tax Collector Review

Unit 1-3 Test

Weekly Memory Verse Quiz on Wednesdays

Proverbs 3:4

So you will find favor and good success

in the sight of God and man.

Chapel Verse Leaders:

September 18 - Isaac Kiihne, Crew Hauser

September 25 - Emma King, Landon Henderson



-Decimal numbers: addition & subtraction

IXL: Students should work to a score of 85 in IXL to earn a 100 in the gradebook. If students work to a score of 100, they will receive a 105 in the gradebook.

IXL assignment:

  • U.1, U.2
  • C.3




-Figurative Language: metaphors, similes, and hyperbole

Character study: actions, appearance, dialogue

-Finding text evidence to support our answers

-Frindle Chapter 1-5 Test

-Frindle Ch. 6-10 Vocabulary Quiz

Homework: Reading Logs are due every Monday. 80 minutes of reading at home is required with a parent signature next to the total each week. If Monday is a holiday, logs will be due the next school day. If reading logs aren't listed in Renweb or in planner, then we are skipping the log for that week.

Your child should be reading at home to meet reading log requirements and to reach their AR Goal.

Below is schedule for 9-weeks AR celebrations:

1st: Oct. 18 Popsicles

2nd: Jan. 10 spy pen (bought with Scholastic Dollars)

3rd: March 20 Cupcakes (during lunch)

4th: May 21 Free dress day


Social Studies

Not this week



Living Things: ecosystems & basic needs




-Applying the dictionary definition by writing our own sentence using the word correctly; appropriately illustrating a word

Ch. 6-10 Vocabulary Quiz




-Ch. 1 Sentences: 4 Types of Sentences

-Using proofreading marks to edit a paragraph

IXL: Students should work to a score of 85 in IXL to earn a 100 in the gradebook. If students work to a score of 100, they will receive a 105 in the gradebook.

Secret Word: exclamatory


Treasure box: small items such as small balls, small toys, ...


Auction Items - Things the kids might bid on with their Classroom Economy Dollars.

Donations needed: baby wipes and paper towels