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Teacher Katherine King » Ms. King's 4th Grade Class

Ms. King's 4th Grade Class


I am beginning my 7th year of teaching at Stevens Creek and I absolutely love what I do! Some facts about me are I have the sweetest pup, Rory who is three. He is a miniature Golden Doodle and he gives the best puppy kisses! I love going to church, spending time with my family, and working out. I am SO excited for this upcoming year and I hope that you are too! This is going to be our best year yet, I just know it! 


I believe that all children are unique and have something special that they can bring to their own education.  I will assist my students to express themselves and accept themselves for who they are, as well embrace the differences of others.


Every classroom has their own unique community, my role as the teacher will be to assist each child in developing their own potential and learning styles. I will present a curriculum that will incorporate each different learning style, as well as make the content relevant to the students' lives. I will incorporate hands-on learning, cooperative learning, projects, themes, and individual work that engage and activate students learning.  


“Every child deserves a champion: an adult who will never give up on them, who understands the power of connection, and insists they become the best they can possibly be.” – Rita Pierson


Open House Information

Open House Video: Meet Ms. King!  


1. Complete the Open House Survey below

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2. Purchase planner on Revtrak

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3. Make sure to purchase all materials from the 4th grad supply list 


4. Join our Remind group 

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How to Organize My Binder

Step 1: Label the tabs (in permanent ink) on the dividers with the following subjects:

Tab 1: Math

Tab 2: Science

Tab 3: ELA

Tab 4: Social Studies

Step 2: Divide the dividers into the following subjects:

Binder 1: Math & Science

Binder 2: ELA & Social Studies

Step 3: Label all of your remaining supplies with your first and last name. Fill your pencil pouch with pencils, pens, crayons, highlighters, and glue sticks. Your teacher will collect and keep all extra supplies for you to use throughout the year.

Step 5: Don’t forget your planner! If you haven’t purchased a planner, they are available for $5 on RevTrak.



Wishlists - Mount Olivet Rolling Acres

1. Hand Sanitizer 

2. Lysol Spray 

3. Clorox Wipes 

4. Tissues 

5. Paper Towels 

6. Individually wrapped candy 




Parents - I post assignments in Google Classroom. I encourage you to have your child log into Google Classroom and show you what they are working on in class.


Students - log in through Classlink and go to the Google folder to log into Google Classroom.


Student log in information for classlink is and the password is student-created. 

Please take the time to become familiar with my classroom page. Be sure to hit the "subscribe" button for classroom updates and resources. If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact me through my email. 
August 3rd: First Day of School! 
September 1st: Progress Reports 
September 4th: Early Release @12:10pm 
September 7th: Labor Day 
October 9th: Early Release @12:10pm 
October 14th: Report Cards 
November 3rd: NO SCHOOL 
November 4th: Progress Reports 
STCE Student Planner 
Colored Pencils 
Wide-ruled notebook paper 
#2 pencils 
Dry Erase Markers 
Glue Sticks 
Two 1.5 inch binders 
5 subject dividers 
1 set of Headphones for computer 


8:40 School Begins  

8:50-9:35 Specials

9:35- 10:20 IE/Extended

Switch Classes

10:25-12:01 Math

12:01-12:31 Lunch

12:35-12:55 Recess

12:55- 1:25 Science


1:30- 2:00 Social Studies

2:00-3:40 Reading/ Writing

3:40 Dismissal 

Items needed for Art, Music, and Spanish: 

2 sharpened pencils




Color pencils


Glue Stick


Watercolor set 

*Please place items in some sort of labeled bag 


For PE, a water bottle (well identified with name) is needed as all water fountains will NOT be in use.