Plants ● Animals
Landforms ● Conservation of Earth's Resources • Weather
Exploring Matter ● Investigating Water
Citizenship ● Calendar ● Thanksgiving ● Fire Safety ● Famous Americans & Symbols ● U.S. Presidents ● Holidays ● Community Workers ● 3-D Mapping
Pearson My View ● letters and sounds ● blends ● digraphs ● cvc words ● sight words ● printing and forming letters ● pencil grip
number sense ● math vocabulary ● charting ● counting ● 100th Day ● manipulatives
- Fourth Grade Reading/Writing/Physical Education Buddies
- Winter Box Skating and Cotton Snowball Games
- Turkey Pluck, Egg Hunt
- 100th Day of School
Mrs. Sheri Agers began her teaching career in 2001 and has taught children in preschool through 11th grade. She has previously taught at Kids Korner, Los Gatos Christian School (for 10 years), Legacy Christian School, Live Oak Academy, Los Altos Christian School and was a long-term substitute teacher at Campbell Christian Schools during the 2015-2016 school year. Mrs. Agers has a BS in Speech Communication from SCSU and a Masters in Elementary Education from the University of Phoenix. Mrs. Agers has participated in professional development with Code.org, technology training, ACSI training, the Razkids reading program, the Technology in a Changing World conference, Step-up-to-Writing, Envision, Saxon, Math in Focus, Science Fusion, and EdmodoCon. Mrs. Agers is a member of Saratoga Federated Church where she participates in Christmas plays, VBS skits, and is an active Bible study leader to high school girls. Her goal is to be a loving role model that encourages children to be positive and respectful problem solvers. Mrs. Agers enjoys exercising, reading, and singing to Rock Band with her family.
Mr. Eddie Moral began his teaching career at Campbell Christian School in 2003 as an Extended Care counselor. Then, he taught at Merryhill School for two years and Stratford School for seven years. He attended Rochester College (Michigan) and graduated with a Bachelors of Science in English. Next, he went to Bethany University and completed a Master of Arts degree in teaching and received his California teaching credential. He went on to clear his Teaching Credential through the Campbell Union District BTSA (Beginning Teacher Support and Assessment) program. Recently, along with other Campbell Christian School teachers, he took professional development courses on teaching Singapore Math in Las Vegas. Furthermore, he received training in the Slingerland method. Slingerland provided him with the skills to help students who have reading difficulties. Mr. Moral enjoys learning a variety techniques to guide his students to reach their full potential. In addition, he believes that establishing strong connections with students' parents helps create a trustworthy and cohesive learning environment. He is a member of the Campbell Church of Christ community. He has been part of Campbell Church for more than twenty years.