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4th Grade

Welcome to fourth grade at Mountain View Elementary School!  We are excited that you are joining us and would like to share some information with you.

There are a few changes to fourth grade this year.  First, we are back to having four classrooms, which will result in lower class sizes.  Second, we will no longer departmentalize, but all teachers will teach all subjects to their homerooms.  Our fourth-grade team is Sarah Allshouse, Karissa Kamidoi, Nicole Treese, and Guy Shaffer.  We are excited to welcome Ms. Kamidoi to Mountain View.  She has been teaching in Castle Rock for the past few years.

Please visit each teacher's home page, the 4th-Grade Curriculum page, or the specific content pages (Math Page, for example) for more detailed information on what is being taught.  We have lots of information and help which can be accessed from these pages!

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4th Grade Classrooms

Mrs. Allshouse's Class

Subject: General Education
Welcome to fourth grade! My name is Sarah Allshouse, we will work all year on building a community together through our successes and our struggles. We will take risks and grow in ways we never thought we could!  Additionally, I work closely...

Ms. Kamidoi's class

Subject: General Education
Welcome Fourth Grade Families! We are going to learn and grow so much together this year. I strongly believe in the power of critical thinking, collaboration, creativity, communication, and most importantly empathy. This year, as a classroom...

Mr. Shaffer's Class

Subject: General Education
Hello, and welcome to fourth-grade!  I'm Guy Shaffer, and I am excited to be your child's teacher this year.   We utilize a variety of cooperative learning strategies daily to build community, engage students, and enhance learning opportunities...

Mrs. Treese's Class

Subject: General Education
Hello Fourth Grade Families!  I believe in teaching the “whole child” and will employ a variety of learning strategies in my classroom this year that will help build our connections to each other as community members, creative learners and writers...