Fourth Grade

Cate Elcan

Ms. Cate Elcan

Cate Elcan is a 4th grade teacher at Randolph. Cate attended the University of Virginia, where she received her undergraduate degree in Youth and Social Innovation, and her masters degree in Elementary Education with a Gifted endorsement. She spent time at Randolph last year as a long-term sub working as a Reading Specialist and working with the IB team. In her free time, she enjoys being in nature, playing guitar and singing, and being with friends and family.


Monisha Slater


Hello! I’m Miss Slater. This is my 6th year teaching! I taught 6th grade for four years and 2nd grade for one year. I went to KU—Rock-Chalk-Jayhawk! I love anything to do with DIY and thrifting. I come from a huge, blended family. I’m excited to teach 4th grade this year and create new memories!

marcus rogersMr. Marcus Rogers


Mr. Rogers is from Billings, MT. He was born in Miles City, MT. He received his bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts with a focus in photography and art history from Montana State University Billings. Before teaching, he was a building manager for WC Commercial, Royal Oaks Inn, MJ Rogers LLC, BSHCS, and a licensed boiler operator with the State of Montana. He made a career change to teaching in 2016. He wanted to make a difference and help educate the next generation. He received his teaching degree in 2018 and completed his master’s degree in Curriculum & Instruction in 2020 from Montana State University Billings. He loves teaching reading, writing, math, and art. While he is not teaching, he is spending time with his family either traveling or relaxing at home. His hobbies are photography, watercolor, oil, and acrylic painting. He occasionally continues to do art shows.


In fourth grade, we will all be risk takers as we learn new ways to better our understanding for reading, math, science, and everything in between! This is the year where we learn to problem solve, and work as a team while learning and studying. This is also the year that children tend to take more ownership of their academic growth.

Through our transdisciplinary approach, students take their learning about Virginia from the year 1607 to the present and make global connections.  They become oceanographers and astronomers considering how we best take care of the planet.  Utilizing the Amplify Core Knowledge resource, students will read fiction and non-fiction, work on personal narratives and poetry.   Fourth grade students will continue to be risk takers with their learning, as they master important academic and life skills this year.