Ms. Fisher
Renee Fisher
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Welcome Brainy Bulldogs to 4th Grade!  People Holding Hands Around The World.png


My name is Ms. Renee Fisher, and I am super excited to be teaching 4th grade this year at Shady Brook! This is my third year at the Brook, and they have all been in 4th grade! I was born and raised in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and all of my family still resides there. I live in Mooresville with my 2 wonderful Morkie puppies, Akiya and Alliyah. I love doing anything outdoors, especially going to the beach, hiking and running! I am thrilled to be a part of Shady Brook's amazing family, and I'm sure we will have an awesome and productive school year!

College(s) Attended/Degrees Earned:

 University of Tampa with a degree in Elementary Education with ESL concentration

Educational Philosophy/Vision:

I believe each and every child we teach can be successful, no matter what it takes. Everyone has different learning styles, so I approach each concept we learn in many different ways. I am an extremely creative person, so I often ask my students "outside the box" questions that require them to turn on those areas deep inside their brains. I expect my students to not just answer questions but justify and support their answers. My goal is that all of my students leave 4th grade as responsible, respectful and eager learners who are ready to tackle whatever life throws at them!

What's Going on in Our Classroom?

IN MATH: We are learning about factors and multiples so that we can be successful in multiplication! We are beginning to talk about multiplication and how to write and solve real-life multiplication problems. After multiplication, we will be talking about place value!

IN LITERACY: We are practicing summarizing a fiction text. We are also learning how to describe characters, setting and events in the stories that we read.

IN SCIENCE: We are learning about matter and types of reactions! We'll be doing lots of activities and experiments!

IN SOCIAL STUDIES: We are learning about the Mountain region of North Carolina.

IN WRITING: We have been talking about the writing process and gathering our thoughts and ideas. Our writing piece for the 1st quarter is a Personal Narrative about an important time in our lives.

* We have also discussed the rules and expectations for us as safe, respectful, responsible and encouraging Bulldogs. This will set us up for a great, successful year!


Things Parents/Guardians can do 
at home to help:

Work on your multiplication facts! Also, summarize the book (or part of the book) that you are reading using your fiction summary hand!