Mrs. Cissy Kast
Instructional Assistant

Fundraising and Volunteer Coordinator

Years teaching: 9 years as an instructional assistant in grades 1, 3, and 4 at St. Paul

                       2 years as the fundraising and volunteer coordinator

Biography:  As an instructional assistant I have the opportunity to work with multiple age groups. It’s a pleasure to watch children grow and learn over the course of several years. The faith-based environment at St. Paul makes coming to work a joy.

Contact me:
E-mail: ckast@saintpaul-school.org

Monnie Wade
Teacher: Grade 4
Years teaching: 34 years in education; 34 years at St. Paul.

Biography: Educating the whole child—body, mind, and spirit—is the joy and blessing of working at St. Paul School.  We are able to live, learn about, and celebrate the values instilled in us by the teachings of Christ.  We are able to incorporate our faith in all that we do here.What I love about St. Paul Parish School is the supportive and positive families, the encouraging staff, and our shared commitment to providing the best education for our students.

Contact me:
E-mail: mwade@saintpaul-school.org
Phone: (541) 344-1401 ext.310

  • Jun. 02
    Jogathon / 7/8th BBQ / Carnival / Scholastic BOOK FAIR 3-5:30pm
  • Jun. 06
    Step Up Day for all grades and new students, 9-10am
  • Jun. 12
    Graduation 6:30pm (photos 6:00)
  • Jun. 16
    Last day of school / 10:00am Mass

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Fourth grade is a busy year for students at St. Paul Parish School. Students learn how to manage their time and improve their level of organization as they grow in their understanding of the faith. New study skills are emphasized and students begin using binders.

Fourth graders study Oregon and take field trips to the state Capitol building and Mt. Angel. Students learn all about Oregon, from the Oregon Trail and regions of the state to state government.

Students end the year with a research paper about an important American, design a project and make presentations for the school community during a Famous American Day.

4th GRADE CURRICULUM (focal points)

Religion
Scripture, ten commandments, Jesus, Holy Spirit, saints, social justice, the Church, vocations

Language Arts
Reading: fluency, accuracy, comprehension, and vocabulary
Writing: spelling, grammar, writing in different modes, oral and written reports, cursive handwriting

Math
Decimals and fractions, multiplication and division, area of two-dimensional shapes

Science
Living and non-living things, interaction and change, scientific inquiry

Health
Steps to Respect, God’s Own Making, Called to Protect, Second Steps, nutrition

Social Studies
Oregon History and geographic regions, Native American tribes of Oregon, Oregon Trail

Art, Physical Education, Spanish, Music, Computer Technology, and Library

Fourth grade is reallycooking!

We're following a recipe for success: teamwork, respect, curiosity, and kindness.

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