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Dear Parents and students,

Welcome to the 4th grade! This year will present many fantastic opportunities to watch your children learn and grow. For your children, this year presents many areas to flourish academically and socially through many different exciting classroom activities. For myself, this year is filled with anticipation and excitement getting to know your children and help them though their 4th grade journey.

A little background about myself, I received my BA from CSUN In Communication Studies and later my Credential and Masters Degree from Pepperdine University in Education. I began my teaching career at Paul Revere Middle School in Brentwood in 2001 teaching 6th and 8th grade English and History. After taking some time off to raise my two daughters, Mia and Lila, I decided to return to the classroom. It is wonderful being a 4th grade teacher here at Beverly Vista. I love being part of the BV family and watching the students grow through academic achievement and challenges, guiding them every step of the way.

I believe that a classroom should be conducted though mutual respect. It is my deepest desire to provide a place of comfort for children to be able to be true to themselves. My classroom is a place where your child will be able to explore new ideas and concepts, no question is to silly and I am always available to help your child whenever it may be needed. It is my goal that we will support and guide each other in a way that will provide a warm and secure environment where the greatest amount of learning can take place. The school is but an extension of the home and when both environments work together is when a child is truly successful.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns by email: I am also available from 7:30-8:30 to meet and at a variety of times throughout the afternoon. Please contact me via email to schedule an appointment if/when we need to meet to discuss any concerns.

I look forward to an amazing year!
Thank you,

Mrs. Heather Subin