Fourth Grade Team

Independence and responsibility are key characteristics of Fourth Grade. Through daily assignments and long-term projects students practice organization and time management skills. Students develop the ability to independently problem solve and learn from each other. Mutual respect, empathy, and communication are explicitly taught utilizing the principles and practices of Responsive Classroom.

Curriculum Resources


Grade 4 Teachers

Crocs

Mr. Konstantin

alex.konstantin@apsva.us
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Hi! My name is Alexander Konstantin. This is my first year teaching at Nottingham Elementary School. But, this is not my first year here at Nottingham. I am thrilled to be teaching at the school I attended as a child (class of 2005)! I’ve been working with children for over ten years at The Congressional School in Falls Church. I am ready and excited to begin my career as a teacher in the community that raised me. I’m a big DC sports fan, I’m passionate about competitive drum and bugle corps, and I love reading about military history. I cannot wait to meet you and your family!


Monarchs
Ms. Arnett

brandi.arnett@apsva.us
Twitter: @ArnettMonarchs

HI! I’m Ms. Arnett! I began teaching in 2008 and found myself at Nottingham in 2019! I graduated from West Virginia University (where I was also a cheerleader) with a dual masters in Child Development/Family Studies and Elementary Education and I also have a masters of education in Reading. I grew up in western Maryland and moved to the area in 2015. In my spare time I enjoy playing with my fur-baby, Ottis, continuing my passion of cheerleading through the non-profit I co-founded called Cheer DC, and reading! I am thrilled to continue at Nottingham and I’m looking forward to a year full of FUN and LEARNING!