Gr’s. 2-5 Math

Trinity has lived in Louisville all her life and loves everything it has to offer! Trinity attended Walden School K-8th grade and then graduated from Eastern High School. Following, Trinity attended the University of Louisville and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education with a concentration in Early Childhood. Trinity also had the opportunity to study abroad in Red Bank, Belize where she taught Math in a first grade classroom. She is in the process of obtaining her Master’s degree in Teacher Leadership from Bellarmine University. This will be Trinity’s fourth year teaching at Ascension and she continues to help in the Ascension Summer Program as well. When Trinity is not teaching or spending time with children, she enjoys crafting, kayaking, camping, spending time with family and friends, and traveling new places.

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Class Description

The fourth grade year helps to establish a strong academic and spiritual foundation. The fourth grade year encourages students to take on more leadership roles and more responsibilities in and outside the classroom. Students are guided to become more independent thinkers while encouraged to share their ideas openly. Our goal is to create a classroom environment that fosters creativity, self-discipline, leadership, and critical thinking. Students will learn through center-based activities, hands-on manipulatives, and interactive technology.  Differentiated instruction is implemented daily to allow students to learn at their level of understanding all while mastering the learning standards required for each subject. Our goal is to analyze student assessment measures to ensure rigorous, relevant, and engaging instruction.

With our mission in mind, “Through Christ we rise above the ordinary to achieve the extraordinary” fourth grade students participate in a wide-range of community service opportunities and are required to perform 5 hours of community service each Trimester. Students lead Mass for the school community one month out of the year. Teachers and students alike will maintain catholic identity by creating a community of faith environment that recognizes Christ in all.