A Note From Your Fourth Grade Teachers
Fourth Grade Connections
 March 2nd, 2017
Dear Fourth  Grade Families,  

We hope you enjoyed last week’s break and were able to spend time out of the office, with your kids, or with your friends for a few days. The next few weeks ahead will be bringing much excitement to the fourth grade. This Friday, March 3rd, we will be headed to San Francisco’s Chinatown and returning at the end of the school day enlight of our immigration unit of study.

Next week, March 6-10th, brings about Sea Crest’s annual musical. Everyone will be participating in the performance on Thursday or Friday depending which group (A or B) your child is in. Last but not least, trimester two will be ending on March 10th with Student-led Conferences on the March 23rd and 24th. We are all excited for the month ahead as we head into our last trimester of fourth grade.  

We look forward to seeing you at the upcoming end of second-trimester conferences on March 23rd and 24th. Please follow the link below to sign up.


Your Fourth  Grade Team
Lucinda Druck and Tyler Elliott
What We Have Been Learning
Musical Reminders
Costume Requirements: The fourth grade students are cast as the whimsical  Whos from Whoville. Your child is asked to wear a  brightly colored stripe shirt and solid color pants or  brightly striped dress and solid color leggings with  a contrasting brightly colored pair of sneakers (Converse, Vans, etc.) on the evening of the performance.

Children may choose which color to wear but  please avoid neutral colors, such as black, brown, gray, white or tan. Other costume items will be provided by the school. 
Musical Performances: Thursday, March 9th - Friday, March 10th, 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m., Kohrs Family Center. Fourth grade performers should arrive at the Theatre by 6:15 p.m. 

Volunteers Needed: We are currently looking for volunteers to help break down the stage after Friday night's performance. If you are available, please contact  Michelle Giacotto. We would greatly appreciate it! 

Ask Your Child About

Talking with your child is the best way to support classroom learning. The following questions can help you get started.

  • What are the two types of Whales? What do you think about the humpback whale's singing? 
  • What was the Angel Island Immigration Station? 
  • What issue are you focusing on for your research essay?
Upcoming Events
Field Trip to Chinatown
Friday, March 3rd, 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Musical Performances
Thursday, March 9th - Friday, March 10th, 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m., Kohrs Family Center

Student-Led Conferences
Thursday, March 23rd and Friday, March 24th
Additional Photos & Videos

Do you have photos you'd be willing to share with the school? 

Please click here to upload them to SmugMug, or email us at communications@seacrestschool.org.
How to Reach Us

If questions ever arise, please do not hesitate to reach out! We are available by email at: ldruck@seacrestschool.org and/or telliott@seacrestschool.orgEmail is our preferred method of communication. We will check our email after school daily. If there is an emergency, please call Cathy at the front desk, at 650.712.9892.

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