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Shanon Farley's Classroom: Welcome to Fourth Grade!

Partnering with Parents to Enrich the Student Learning Experience

Upcoming Events & Activities

Important Dates

May 21 – Box Top Collection Day and Spring Chorus Show (2&630)

May 25 – Memorial Day Assembly @ 9:20

May 28 – Memorial Day – No School

May 29- 3-5 Craft Club

June 1- Field Day & PTA Family Fun Night

June 2- Girls on the Run 5k Celebration in Concord, NH

June 6- Yoga Enrichment Club

June 19- End of the Year Assembly @9:30

June 20- Last Day of Fourth Grade! Noon Dismissal 



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Unified Arts Schedule

Monday: Chorus

Tuesday: Library

  • Please return library books!

Wednesday: Music

Thursday: P.E.

  • Please wear sneakers!

Friday: Art

Class Schedule

A Typical Day

8:45-8:55 Morning Routine

8:55-9:15 Morning Meeting

9:15-10:15 Math Workshop & Working Snack

10:15-10:45 Intervention

10:45-11:15 Content Area

11:15-12:10 Recess & Lunch

12:10-12:55 Unified Art Special 

12:55-3:00 Literacy Block

  • Reader's Workshop
  • Writer's Workshop
  • Word Study

3:00 Pack Up & Dismissal

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Planning a Staycation? Bring History to Life in Boston!

Planning a staycation for April break? Below are a list of museums and tours in the Boston area that can bring the American Revolution to life for you and your child!

Boston By Little Feet:

Admission: $10 online or $12 cash

Meeting Place: Faneuil Hall

Time: 60 Minute Tour

“Walking along Boston's historic Freedom Trail and part of Boston's original coastline, children will experience the historical sites that played a key role in American independence: Faneuil Hall, the Old State House and the Old South Meeting House. Learning about the Boston Massacre on the site where it occurred brings a new dimension to the study of American history.”

The Paul Revere House Museum:

Admission: $5 Adult $1 Child

Where: 19 North Square, Boston, MA 02113

Learn more about Paul Revere’s famous midnight ride, role as a Son of Liberty and his life as a silversmith. This museum offers guided tours and has special exhibits depending on the day!

Minuteman National Park: Lexington & Concord

Admission: Free

Where: Minute Man Visitor Center and  North Bridge Visitor Center: 174 Liberty Street, Concord MA

On April 19, 1775 the American Revolution started on the green of Lexington and Concord. Visit Minute Man National Historical Park to explore the battlefield and surrounding structures that tell the story of these famous battles!

Their website does a great job outlining all that there is to do at the park and the special events that are happening during vacation.

Bunker Hill Monument & Museum

Admission: Free

  • Make sure to get tickets- at the museum if you want to climb the monument. I believe they are free!

Where: Monument Square, Charlestown, MA 02129

The Battle of Bunker Hill was on June 17, 1175. Come explore the museum exhibits and climb the monument where the battle took place!

Old South Meeting House

Admission: Adult $6 Child $1

Where: 310 Washington Street, Boston MA

Visit where the Sons of Liberty planned the Boston Tea Party! The museum offers a free exhibit scavenger hunt for kids as well as an audio program that helps relive the famous meeting!


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William E. Lancaster Memorial School
54 Millville Street
Salem, NH 03079

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