Fourth Grade

 

Mrs. Emily Silverberg

Email: Emily.silverberg@apsva.us

Mr. Michael Rosenblum

Email: Michael.rosenblum@apsva.us

Michael Rosenblum is a 4th grade teacher at Randolph. This is his first year teaching at Randolph. Before Randolph he was a 3rd and 4th grade teacher at a school in Montgomery County, Maryland. He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Vermont where he majored in Geography and a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education from Simmons College in Boston, Massachusetts. In his free time, Michael enjoys the outdoors, looking through cookbooks and watching soccer. When he is not doing that, he enjoys travelling, spending time with friends and family and listening to music.

Ms. Susan Manan

Email: Susan.manan@apsva.us

Susan Aziz is a new 4th grade teacher at Randolph. She previously taught 5th grade in Montgomery County Public Schools. She attended college at Towson University studying Elementary Education and Special Education and later went on for her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health at Johns Hopkins University. Susan emphasizes mental health and wellness in her classroom! In her free time she enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with her large Afghan family.

 

Mrs. Natalie Prioletti

Email: natalie.priotetti@apsva.us

Natalie Prioletti is a 4th grade teacher at Randolph. This is her second year teaching at Randolph, but her eighth year teaching. She previously taught in Prince William County. She attended college at James Madison University, where she earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Elementary Education. She is currently working on her Reading Specialist certificate through UVA. When she’s not at school, Mrs. Prioletti enjoys spending time with her family, taking her dog to the dog park, reading, traveling, and watching sports.

 

 

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. In Virginia Studies, we will be learning about Virginia from the year 1607 to the present. In Science, topics include, but most definitely not limited to, natural resources, plants and animal adaptations, environment, electricity, energy and magnetism, force and motion and even about the moon and planets! In writing we have been working hard on taking a small moment and stretching it into a personal narrative, which will help as the year continues to take our small ideas and plan, elaborate, edit, and finalize all of our different kinds of writing. Fourth grade students will continue to be risk takers with their learning, as they master important academic and life skills this year.