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Aborn's Fourth Grade Classrooms

Teacher   Grade Room
Jean Hennessey   4 7
Diana Luciano   4 8
Aborn Fourth Grade | Mrs. Hennessey's Classroom | 2015-2016
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Mrs. Hennessey Mrs. Hennessey 4 7

“Meet Mrs. Hennessey” My name is Jennie Hennessey and I am entering my eighteenth year with the Lynn Public School System. This will be my eleventh year as a fourth grade teacher at Aborn School, but I have taught first, second, and third as well. I encourage all students to work hard and take new chances while learning. Students learn in different ways and I strive to incorporate various learning experiences in the classroom to engage the students. Teamwork and cooperation are encouraged in my classroom along with celebrating each student’s individuality.

In addition to teaching fourth grade, I coach the girls’ basketball team, am an advisor to the Student Council, a member of the School Council and PTO, and a Nature’s Classroom chaperone.

 
Aborn Fourth Grade | Ms. Luciano's Classroom | 2015-2016
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Ms. Luciano Ms. Luciano 4 8

“Meet Ms. Luciano” Hello! My name is Diana Luciano. I have been teaching in the Lynn Public School system for 25 years. I received my degree In Elementary Education at Salem State College. Even though I have been teaching fifth grade for the past eleven years, I have also taught third and fourth grade.

I believe that every child is capable of learning when given the opportunity. Therefore, I strive to create a safe environment where every child will not only learn but also share their knowledge confidently with their peers in the classroom. This helps boost their self confidence and prepares them for future oral presentations.

I also believe that parent involvement is very important too. By helping your child with homework, preparing for a test, or helping with a project, you are teaching your child that education is important.

It takes a village to raise a child. African proverb




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