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Crazy Hat Day, CSW 2020

Welcome to Ms. Peluso’s Fourth Grade Class!

My students and their families are extremely important to me. If you have a question or need to get in touch with me I can be reached via email at or please call the school office at (718) 629-9330 and leave a message for me.

Week of March 23rd-27th


We are using distance learning at this time as a preventive measure to combat Coronavirus (Covid-19). As stated in the Distance Learning Plan provided by Mrs. Charles, please adhere to the following guidelines:


Teachers are using the Google Platform to take attendance.  Teachers will post a Google Form document and name it for the day.  Teachers will add a short answer question that reads, “Please type your name to indicate that you are present.” Teachers will leave this survey open to accept responses from 8:00 AM and 9:00 AM. After that time, they will close the survey, and they can see all their responses.

Academic Instruction

  • Classrooms will utilize “Class Dojo, or Google Classroom”. Please see your child’s class webpage for specifics.
  • Students are expected to check assignments by 9am and submit them as prescribed.  Each teacher and assignment will have specifications. 
  • All language and written content should be appropriate and pertain to the lesson.
  • Parents are expected to check child’s work before it is submitted.


  • Please check Option C for grades.

Parental Feedback

  • Parents and guardians may reach out with any questions as needed,  please note teachers and principal will be available for replies during the hours of 9am -3pm Monday – Friday.


In the classroom this week:


4th Grade Math:

5th Grade Math:    


Social Studies: 

Italian Grades 4 and 5:

Homework for Fourth Grade 3/12/20:

1. ELA: Workbook, pg. 177, #’s 1 through 8. Find the mistake(s) and correct it/them.
2. Math: Packet pg. 26, #’s 4a and 4b and page 31. # 6b
3. Reading Log




Fifth Grade Math Homework 3/12/20:

Workbook, pg. 409, #’s 2 through 7. SHOW ALL WORK IN YOUR NOTEBOOK.  






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