Email is the best way to reach me and I will respond as promptly as possible.  It is often difficult to check email between 1:00pm and 4:15pm. Therefore, if you have important information regarding how your child will get home or where they need to go after school, please contact the school office during that time period.

Classroom donations
The following donations and supplies are not required, but are always appreciated and put to good use throughout the academic year:

Clorox or Lysol Wipes
Facial Tissues
Ticonderoga pencils
Individually packaged snacks
Black Expo (dry erase) markers
Scotch Tape dispenser refills
Hand sanitizer (with pump or refill)

4th grade supply list

* 4 spiral, wide-ruled notebooks
* #2 pencils (Please, no mechanical pencils or handheld sharpeners)

* pencil bag (boxes take up a lot of student desk space)
* One 2-inch 3-ring binder (No Trapper Keepers, please)
* 6 pocket folders (3 hole punched to go in binder)
* 1 red checking pen
* 6 glue sticks
* 6 Black dry erase markers
* 3 yellow highlighters
* Markers- Washable, primary colors




4th Grade - Room #006

*Meet Mrs. Maloy*


     I have been involved in the Omaha Public Schools since 1994 as a parent, PTA member/President, and as a substitute and classroom teacher. I have taught 2nd grade and 4th grade at Saddlebrook and previously taught 6th grade at Rosehill Elementary School.

     I attended the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and the University of Nebraska at Omaha where I received a Bachelor's Degree in 1993. I received my Master's Degree from UNO in 1995 as a member of the pilot year of the CADRE Program. 

     My husband and I have been married for 26 years. We have a son who is a Senior at Burke High School and an adult daughter who has recently relocated and began her professional career in Tallinn, Estonia. 

Special Classes

All special classes are from 11:00-11:50am unless otherwise noted

Day 1/6 - PE (11:00-11:25)
Day 2/7 - Art 
Day 3/8 - Music
Day 4/9 - Guidance/Computers

Day 5/10 - Library  PE-(2:00-2:25)

Recess/Lunch is 12:05-12:40 Daily
Recess will be from 12:05-12:20 and Lunch from 12:20-12:40

Guests are welcome to join students.
No fast food, please!

Strings Days 2/7 and 4/9 at 9:30am
Students that participate in Strings will be missing 30 minutes of writing instruction two times per week. 
They will be responsible for completing any/all work they miss while absent from the classroom.  

Assignments and Homework

Spelling Packets and Reading Word Work assignments
are given on Monday and will be completed in the classroom.
Students will bring packets home to complete, if necessary.

Spelling tests are given on each Friday.

There will be daily math homework that is due the following day.  

Any Social Studies, Science or other course work that the students do not complete in class will be taken home and due the next school day.

Student agendas are filled out each day. Please check the agendas every night for work that is due.

The National Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) suggests that homework not exceed ten minutes per grade level for students.  Therefore, homework for students in the fourth grade should take about 40 minutes per night. Some nights there may be little or no homework and other nights may require more than the suggested time.