Skip to main content

Madisonville Intermediate School

Placeholder text, please change
Placeholder text, please change
Placeholder text, please change

HOME

Welcome to Mrs. Culp's 4th Grade Reading Class!
2019-2020
I am looking forward to a great year!
 
 

Posts

Instructional Material for March 30- April 9

Hey guys! I miss all of you so much. I hope you enjoyed your Spring Break and got some much needed rest. Here is your work for the next two weeks. Keep practicing poetry and figurative language! You can print it off from here and work on it or do it from your Google Classroom account. You will turn in all of your school work when we return to school. 
 
You can talk to me through email (bculp@madisonvillecisd.org) if you have any questions or just want to say hi! I miss all of you so much and cannot wait to see your smiling faces. 
 

Instructional Material for March 16-20

Work was sent home with your student today for the week of March 16th-20th. Students should complete the warm-up, vocabulary quiz, and workbook pages and bring them back to school on March 30th.
 
There are some links I have added for students to use during this week. They are great resources to keep your student learning this week! Student may still take AR tests at home. They should go through the Symbaloo page that I have linked.
 
Please email me should you have any questions.

Letter Sent Home March 13, 2020

Dear Parents/Guardians: 


Due to the closure of all MCISD schools until March 30, 2020, attached are fourth grade level instructional materials to make up for the missed week of instruction. Please have your student work on the materials so that they can be prepared for classes once school resumes. 


Madisonville CISD child nutrition department will provide drive thru meal service for all MCISD students. Pick up will be at the high school cafeteria northside drive thru lane between 11am and 1pm, Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 20.


Students with online access will be able to log on to the school website to access online resources through the symbaloo page. This includes Moby Max, where students can access reading, math and writing activities. Other recommended websites include:


The following sites are currently waving subscription fees during this time:

 

Free books to read: https://www.getepic.com/

 

Educational videos:

www.discoveryeducation.com

www.brainpop.com

www.ageoflearning.com

 
Please feel free to contact me by email should you have any questions.