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May 26
Last Weekly Update 5/26-5/28

Hello Everybody,
 
I hope everyone had a nice Memorial Day weekend! This is it! I can’t believe that we are on our final week of school and then it is summer break.
 
A Few Reminders:
 
-Today, Tuesday, May 26 we will be spending our day outside for our end of the year picnic. Lots of great outdoor games and fun to cap off a great school year.
 
-On Wednesday, we are going to be cleaning out our desks and lockers and your child will be bringing most of their school supplies home. I like to do this over two days to try and eliminate any problems of them getting things home. Please feel free to send in an extra bag with your child.
 
-Also on Wednesday we will be having a yearbook signing time with all the 3rd graders. If you do not mind your child having their yearbook signed please have them bring it back to school. Students will also ask if they can have other kids sign their 3rd grade t-shirts. You need to tell your child if they are allowed to have other students sign their shirt or not!
 
-Thursday, May 28 will be our last day of school. Report cards will be coming home on this day!
 
-Attached to this email is a list of private tutors from our district that you can use for extra practice throughout the summer.
 
I really would just like to thank everyone for making this a great and memorable school year for our students and for me. I know that a single school year brings a lot of ups and downs for us all, but there have been so many great memories and experiences to reflect upon this year. Have a great summer and good luck to all of the kiddos in 4th grade!
 
Mike
 

May 18
Weekly Update 5/18-5/22

Hello Everybody,
 
I hope everyone had a nice weekend and was able to stay dry. I’d just like to make a shout out to our 3rd graders on doing such a great job at the 3rd Grade Recognition last week!!!!!! They did a wonderful job and we should all be very proud of them. I know that they will do great next year!
 
A Few Reminders:
 
-On Tuesday, May 19 we will be taking a trip over to Lake Elementary in the morning. This will be an opportunity for our 3rd graders to meet the 4th grade teachers and see the building. This little orientation really does calm some nerves and anxiety for our kids about their move to a new school next year. Thank you to the PTO for funding the cost of the busing for this trip!
 
-On Wednesday, May 20 we will be having some of our Uniontown Senior Citizens coming to our school to talk about Uniontown history with our 3rd graders. They talk about what it was like growing up in town many years ago, how school was, and some of the games they used to play. It is a great real life connection to what we have been learning over the last couple of weeks.
 
-On Thursday, May 21 we will be taking another walking field trip to the cemetery across Cleveland Ave. Students will be in small groups and will complete a scavenger hunt looking for different historical items. If it rains on that date we will be going on Friday, May 22. I typically do ask that students wear an older pair of tennis shoes in case the grass is a little wet or had recently been cut. Just in case J
 
-AR folders are due on Friday, May 22. Students have had the chance to work on these all quarter.
 
-Attached to this email is a list of private tutors from our district that you can use for extra practice throughout the summer.
 
-Please remember to send in Box Tops, Campbell Soup labels, Coke Rewards, and use those Target Red Cards towards our school.
 
 
That is all from me for now. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask.
 
Mike

May 11
Weekly Update 5/11-5/15

Hello Everybody,
 
Only a few more days of school left and a lot of fun activities taking place. Thank you for making sure your child is here and ready to work hard these last couple days! We have been talking a lot about following rules and directions and if we can’t handle it that we will be missing some of these activities.
 
A Few Reminders:
 
-Students are continuing to practice for their 3rd grade recognition night in music class. The performance will be this Tuesday, May 12 in the Lake HS Performance Art Hall. The performance will begin at 6:30 and we are asking that our students be there by 6:15. I would suggest getting there early because the seats do fill up fast. Please drop your child off in the band room and at the end of the performance we will be bringing all of the students back to the band room before they are dismissed. We then ask for a parent to walk through the band room to pick up their child for safety purposes. Students should wear their 3rd grade recognition t-shirt and a pair of jeans.
 
-On Wednesday, May 13 in the afternoon we will be taking our walking field trip through Uniontown. We have a few parent volunteers coming along and the Uniontown police will be there to help us cross Cleveland Ave. and 619 at various points. We will be visiting some old buildings, Mr/Mrs. Pressler’s home, and Mrs. Heisler’s home to learn about different points of history. Please make sure your child is wearing a pair of comfortable walking shoes and possibly a light jacket or sweatshirt incase we get a sprinkle of rain or if it is a cooler day. If it is raining a lot we will postpone, until Thursday, May 14.
 
-This Friday, May 15 we are going to Walsh University for our science field trip. We will be leaving the school at about 9:00am and will be returning at 1:00. Your child needs to pack a lunch because we will be eating at Walsh. Please, please, please make sure your child is here on time otherwise they will not be going on the field trip.
 
-Also this Friday afternoon we will be having our mini-relay for life in the back field of the school. The kids will be taking part in different activities that promote healthy living.
 
 
-Please remember to send in Box Tops, Campbell Soup labels, Coke Rewards, and use those Target Red Cards towards our school.
 
-Get on Lexia and IXL to practice those reading and math skills at home. The 4th 9 Week AR Folders are due by May 22. Start reading those books, getting the papers filled out, and taking the quizzes! Students are permitted to take their books and folders home on any night, but need to take the quizzes at school.
 
 
What’s Happening in the Classroom:
 
-In math we are doing a review of our graphing and fraction units. With testing finished it gives us the opportunity to go back and review our major concepts from throughout the school year. We will be completing various activities to review these skills.
 
READING:  We will continue working on Because of Winn Dixie.  What a great book!  The kids are really loving this book.  The pack and the AR test will be due this Friday.  We are working on them together in class.
 
 
-In Social Studies this week we are finishing up our Uniontown History unit and completing a timeline project.
 
-In writing students are completing their narratives and those will be passed back as soon as I am able to get them all graded.
 
That is all from me for now. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask.
 
Mike
 

May 04
Weekly Update 5/4-5/8

Hello Everybody,
 
Hopefully everyone had a nice weekend and you were able to get outside and enjoy it. Only a couple more weeks of school left and I appreciate everything that you are doing at home to keep our kids focused and ready to learn as they come to school.
 
A Few Reminders:
 
-This week we will be taking the PARCC End of the Year Math test in the computer lab on Monday and Wednesday. Our Monday session will be at 9:00am and our Wednesday session will be at 12:30pm. Please, Please, Please do everything that you can to make sure your child is here and on time on these days.
 
-This Tuesday, May 5 is Election Day and I’m sure that you have heard that the school district has an issue on the ballot. Please find a moment during the day to get out and vote!
 
-Students are continuing to practice for their 3rd grade recognition night in music class. The performance will be on Tuesday, May 12 in the Lake HS Performance Art Hall. The performance will begin at 6:30 and we are asking that our students be there by 6:15. I would suggest getting there early because the seats do fill up fast. Please drop your child off in the band room and at the end of the performance we will be bringing all of the students back to the band room before they are dismissed. We then ask for a parent to walk through the band room to pick up their child for safety purposes. Students should wear their 3rd grade recognition t-shirt and a pair of jeans.
 
-Please remember to send in Box Tops, Campbell Soup labels, Coke Rewards, and use those Target Red Cards towards our school.
 
-Get on Lexia and IXL to practice those reading and math skills at home. The 4th 9 Week AR Folders are due by May 22. Start reading those books, getting the papers filled out, and taking the quizzes! Students are permitted to take their books and folders home on any night, but need to take the quizzes at school.
 
 
What’s Happening in the Classroom:
 
-With all of our math units being completed we are starting our annual end of the year review. For the next couple of weeks we review every unit for a couple of days each. This gives us the opportunity to review skills that have been taught throughout the year and to even make some of the content a little more challenging and enriching for our students. This week we will be talking about multi-digit multiplication and learning some long division.
 
 
-In Social Studies this week we are continuing our history unit that focuses on timelines and eventually Uniontown history. Last week we started creating timelines about important events in our lives and the students came up with a lot of great information. Each student began creating a timeline with the information last week and we will take some time to highlight a few events from each child throughout the week. We will also begin talking about Uniontown history and some of the events that took place many years ago right here in town. We discuss what buisnesses were present, some of the important people, and how kids went to school. Coming soon we will be taking a walking field trip around town and I will be in need of a few volunteers. When we schedule these events we always schedule a rain date in case the weather doesn’t permit us to go on our set date. I will be emailing later this week with specific dates and times looking for volunteers to come along.
 
 
That is all from me for now. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask.
 
Mike
 

April 27
Weekly Update 4/27-5/1

Hello Everybody,
 
Hopefully everyone had a nice weekend. Just to let you know that if the temperature is 60 degrees or higher the students do not have to wear their coats to recess. However, we are the earliest recess and the temperature is sometimes still lower that early in the morning. I encourage students to bring a light coat or a sweatshirt to throw on.
 
A Few Reminders:
 
-Right to Read week is this week and we will be spending lots of time in the “Emerald City” and Kansas reading with Dorothy and her friends. Each day we will be going down to the reading stations to read our books and really push the importance of reading. Please take some time to read with your child each night this week and record the books or chapters that your child is reading.
 
-Next week we will be taking the PARCC End of the Year Math test in the computer lab on Monday and Wednesday. Our Monday session will be at 9:00am and our Wednesday session will be at 12:30pm. Luckily this is our last testing for the school year!
 
-Students are continuing to practice for their 3rd grade recognition night in music class. If your child would like to practice the songs at home I have attached a copy of the lyrics. Enjoy!
 
-Please remember to send in Box Tops, Campbell Soup labels, Coke Rewards, and use those Target Red Cards towards our school.
 
-Get on Lexia and IXL to practice those reading and math skills at home. The 4th 9 Week AR Folders are due by May 22. Start reading those books, getting the papers filled out, and taking the quizzes! Students are permitted to take their books and folders home on any night, but need to take the quizzes at school.
 
-Some of you may have heard or not that I will not be coming back to Lake next school year. I have been fortunate enough to get a principal job with the Marlington Local schools and will be starting this summer. I will be at one of their elementary buildings, Marlboro Elementary, and starting a whole new chapter in my career. I just want to take a moment to thank all of you for everything this school year and that without the experiences that I have had with your children and families I would have never been able to achieve this goal of mine. It is very exciting to be moving on, but also very hard to leave such a great place. Thanks for everything!
 
What’s Happening in the Classroom:
 
-In math this week we are completing our final push and review for the unit 8 math test. Please take some time this week to get those extra practice questions in at home with telling time, finding elapsed time, and measuring different objects using inches and centimeters. We will also be doing a little bit of PARCC review this week just to get familiar with the format of the test. Remember to keep studying those facts every night!
 
READING:  We will continue working on Because of Winn Dixie.  What a great book!  The kids are really loving this book.  The pack and the AR test will be due this Friday.  We are working on them together in class.
 
 
 
-In Social Studies this week we are starting our history unit that focuses on timelines and eventually Uniontown history. This week will primarily focus on how to use and create timelines. We will be using some different stories to create timelines of events and then our students will be generating their own life timelines. I will be asking them for about 6-8 details about different events that have happened to them starting with their birth and ending with 3rd grade. I try to get the students to focus on major events (younger sibling birth, family vacation, etc.) If you wouldn’t mind helping your child think of a few events and an approximate date (month & year) that would be a huge help. Of course if he/she would like to do more that 6-8 that is alright with me!
 
 
That is all from me for now. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask.
 
Mike
 

April 20
Weekly Update 4/20-4/24

Hello Everybody,
 
Hopefully everyone had a nice weekend. Just to let you know that if the temperature is 60 degrees or higher the students do not have to wear their coats to recess. However, we are the earliest recess and the temperature is sometimes still lower that early in the morning. I encourage students to bring a light coat or a sweatshirt to throw on.
 
A Few Reminders:
 
-Last week a half blue sheet came home asking for students to bring in a baby and current picture of themselves. These are displayed at 3rd grade recognition night. Please put your child’s name on the back of each picture. These will be returned to you after recognition night.
 
-The Reading OAA will be this Tuesday, April 21 starting at about 9:00. Please, Please, Please make sure your child is here at school on-time. We will be having a pump up pep rally on Monday to ease some of their nerves and have some fun. A good night sleep and a great breakfast are always great ways to get them ready for the test!
 
-Students are continuing to practice for their 3rd grade recognition night in music class. If your child would like to practice the songs at home I have attached a copy of the lyrics. Enjoy!
 
-Please remember to send in Box Tops, Campbell Soup labels, Coke Rewards, and use those Target Red Cards towards our school.
 
-Right to Read Week will be the week of April 27-May 1. More information will be coming home soon.
 
-Get on Lexia and IXL to practice those reading and math skills at home. The 4th 9 Week AR Folders are due by May 22. Start reading those books, getting the papers filled out, and taking the quizzes! Students are permitted to take their books and folders home on any night, but need to take the quizzes at school.
 
What’s Happening in the Classroom:
 
-In math this week we are continuing to work on our last unit of the year which covers measurement, telling time, and elapsed time. Last week we really focused on measuring objects to the inch, ¼, ½, and ¾ and also using the metric system to measure objects. A tougher area in this part of the unit is practicing how to measure objects that don’t start at the “0” on the ruler. Try practicing how to measure objects that don’t start at “0” around the house. This week we are reviewing on how to tell time to the exact minute and learning more about elapsed time. Finding the elapsed time is one of the tougher concepts that we learn throughout the year but with a lot of practice you will see the improvement. The more practice they do on IXL covering those concepts will make a big impact on their retention of the concept.
 
 
-In Science we are completing our unit on rocks and soil. The students completed their research on different types of rocks and used the four categories (color, texture, hardness, and luster) to identify each of their characteristics. This week we will be working on learning about soil and its different layers and properties.
 
 
 
That is all from me for now. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask.
 
Mike

April 13
Weekly Update 4/13-4/17

Hello Everybody,
 
Hopefully everyone had a nice weekend. The warm weather looks like it is here to stay. Just to let you know that if the temperature is 60 degrees or higher the students do not have to wear their coats to recess. However, we are the earliest recess and the temperature is sometimes still lower that early in the morning. I encourage students to bring a light coat or a sweatshirt to throw on.
 
A Few Reminders:
-Thank you for getting all of the permission slips back and signed. Lots of exciting things going on and you all made it a lot easier for me by sending them in soon. THANKS!
 
-Last week a half blue sheet came home asking for students to bring in a baby and current picture of themselves. These are displayed at 3rd grade recognition night. Please put your child’s name on the back of each picture. These will be returned to you after recognition night.
 
-The Reading OAA will be on Tuesday, April 21 starting at about 9:00. Please, Please, Please make sure your child is here at school on-time. We will be having a pump up pep rally on Monday to ease some of their nerves and have some fun. A good night sleep and a great breakfast are always great ways to get them ready for the test!
 
-If you have not returned your spring pictures please do so soon!
 
-The next PTO meeting will be tonight, Monday, April 13 at 6:00pm in the library.
 
-Please remember to send in Box Tops, Campbell Soup labels, Coke Rewards, and use those Target Red Cards towards our school. THANK YOU FOR SENDING THOSE IN LAST MONTH. WE CAME IN 3rd PLACE FOR THE SCHOOL!
 
-Right to Read Week will be the week of April 27-May 1. More information will be coming home soon.
 
-Get on Lexia and IXL to practice those reading and math skills at home. The 4th 9 Week AR Folders are due by May 22. Start reading those books, getting the papers filled out, and taking the quizzes! Students are permitted to take their books and folders home on any night, but need to take the quizzes at school.
 
What’s Happening in the Classroom:
 
-In math this week we are starting our last unit of the school year. L J This unit will be covering telling time, elapsed time, and measurement. Traditionally this unit is pretty easy for students, besides being able to tell elapsed time. I encourage parents and families to practice this skill in their everyday activities. For example: “Hey Billy what time is it? (It’s 4:15 Mom!) We are going to baseball practice at 5:00 so how many minutes until we have leave? (That’s 45 minutes. Mr. Groholy taught me that and he is the best teacher EVER!) You are right Billy! You are very smart and that Mr. Groholy is so wonderful at his job and I’m not sure what we are going to do without him next year.”
 
I know that I am not at home with your family, but I envision those conversations taking place just like that. Other than that, continue to work on the multiplication and division facts and a new sheet for IXL skills will be coming home soon!
 
 
READING:  We are continuing to work on the I Survived series.  The kids are really loving these books!  These books and packs will be due this Friday. 
 
PHONICS/GRAMMAR:  We will begin working on pronouns.  Our assessment will be next week. 
 
 
-In Science we are continuing our rock and soil unit. We having been talking about different types of rocks and minerals and their characteristics. This week we will begin our rock projects where students choose two different rocks, describe them using their four categories (color, texture, hardness, and ) and then compare and contrast the two rocks.
 
-In writing we are continuing to work on our narratives. Last week we worked together to write a narrative as a class and focused on its important parts (characters, setting, problem, events, and solution). This week students will be using different pictures to help them create their own narratives. This could be a fun activity to do at home as a family!
 
 
That is all from me for now. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask.
 
Mike
 

April 06
Weekly Update 4/6-4/10

Hello Everybody,
 
I hope everyone had a nice spring break. The kids came back and shared all of the great things that they did with family and friends. Only a few more weeks of school and we will be on Summer Break!
 
A Few Reminders:
-This spring we are going on many field trips. Today your child is coming home with a blue permission slip that will cover them to go on all of the field trips. Please read the front, write your initials by each field trip that they are permitted to attend, sign the bottom, and only return that sheet. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask.
 
-Please return any report card envelopes signed that may still be at home. You can keep the report card for display at home.
 
-There is also a half blue sheet coming home asking for students to bring in a baby and current picture of themselves. These are displayed at 3rd grade recognition night. Please put your child’s name on the back of each picture. These will be returned to you after recognition night.
 
-Spring pictures are coming home today. If you purchased them or are planning on purchasing them you may keep them at home. If you are not please send them back.
 
-Our next popcorn day will be this Friday, April 6. Please have your child bring in $0.50 if you would like them to have some popcorn.
 
-I attached the April homework calendar to this email.
 
-The next PTO meeting will be on Monday, April 13.
 
-Please remember to send in Box Tops, Campbell Soup labels, Coke Rewards, and use those Target Red Cards towards our school.
 
-Right to Read Week will be the week of April 27-May 1. More information will be coming home soon.
 
-Get on Lexia and IXL to practice those reading and math skills at home. The 4th 9 Week AR Folders are due by May 22. Start reading those books, getting the papers filled out, and taking the quizzes! Students are permitted to take their books and folders home on any night, but need to take the quizzes at school.
 
What’s Happening in the Classroom:
 
-In math this week we are going to be reviewing the capacity, weight, and measurement tools skills that we were working on before the break. We will be doing some review activities and games and will be preparing for the test on Friday, April 6. Please continue using those pretests and quizzes to help you practice with your child. Use the activities on IXL to reinforce the skills and doing flash cards nightly will make a big difference.
 
READING:  We will be reading the books I Survived for the next two weeks.  These packs and AR tests will be due next Friday, the 17th.  These are exciting and fun books about real events that happened in history but with a fiction twist.  The students were so excited today when I told them that we would be reading these books.  Make sure to ask them about the event they are reading about and give them facts from what you know. 
 
PHONICS/GRAMMAR:  We will begin with pronouns.  A pronoun is he, she, we, they, it, etc.  We will be making some fun activities using pronouns!
 
-In Science we are starting our rock and soil unit. We will be talking about the different types of rocks and their properties. During this unit our students will be discovering different types of rocks, identifying their characteristics, and comparing/contrasting them to other rocks. We will also be looking at soil and learning about the different levels underground.
 
-In writing we are starting to talk about how to write narratives. This week we are going to work as a class on the steps in writing a narrative and use our experiences over Spring Break to help create our own writings. 
 
 
That is all from me for now. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask. Thanks and have a great Spring Break!
 
Mike
 

March 23
Weekly Update 3/23-3/27

Hello Everybody,
 
Last full week before our Spring Break hits! I know the kids are going to be feeling some of the spring fever and be antsy to leave, but we will be getting a lot of work done before the week is out. Please try to have your child here every day as it is important that they are receiving all of the instruction and not having to make-up work/assessments when they come back.
 
A Few Reminders:
 
-The braided bread fundraiser pickup is Tuesday March 24th 3-6pm in the UE cafeteria.
 
-The end of the 3rd 9 weeks grading period was last Friday, March 20. Reports cards will be coming home this Friday, March 27.
 
-The PTO will be having a fundraiser at the Hartville McDonald’s on March 31st. Our school receives 10-20% of all sales between 5pm-8pm. 
 
-Spring Break will be Monday, March 30 through Friday, April 3. Classes will resume on Monday, April 6.
 
-Please remember to send in Box Tops, Campbell Soup labels, Coke Rewards, and use those Target Red Cards towards our school.
 
-Get on Lexia and IXL to practice those reading and math skills at home. New AR folders will be passed out this week. Start reading those books, getting the papers filled out, and taking the quizzes! Students are permitted to take their books and folders home on any night, but need to take the quizzes at school.
 
What’s Happening in the Classroom:
 
-In math this week we are continuing to work on our capacity, weight, and volume unit. We are going to be working with different scales, balances, and containers to talk about the weights and measurements of different objects. We are also going to be working on different story problems that relate to the units and as always continuing to practice our multiplication and division. This Thursday, March 26 we will be taking the quiz. During spring break please take some of their time to get on IXL to continue to practice those skills and use the pretests to study a few problems to keep them in the mindset of our topics! It will be greatly appreciated on my end when they come back to school after break!
 
 
-In writing we are continuing to work on our classmate biography project. I thought our biography project on famous people was great work and these projects are even more of a breeze for the kids. They will be finishing up their writings and if time permits will be able to make PowerPoints based on their information.    
 
 
That is all from me for now. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask. Thanks and have a great Spring Break!
 
Mike
 

March 16
Weekly Update 3/16-3/20

Hello Everybody,
 
Another full week coming up and we are very close to Spring Break, which is surprising for how quick it came. Besides today it looks like it may be cooling down this week a bit, but the kids should be outside every day.
 
A Few Reminders:
 
-Thank you for getting your child ready to come to school for our state testing. They have come in with positive attitudes, have done their best work, and are really ready to “Crush that Test”. (Like we have been saying all year.) Unfortunately this is our first round of testing for the Spring. We will be taking the Reading OAA in April and then taking the end of the year Math PARCC test in May. Keeping a positive attitude at school and home will allow each child to do their best!
 
-Spring Pictures are on Tuesday, March 17. Order forms went home last week and you may order them online.
 
-The end of the 3rd 9 weeks grading period will be Friday, March 20. Reports cards will be coming home the following Friday, March 27.
 
-Spring Break will be Monday, March 30 through Friday, April 3. Classes will resume on Monday, April 6.
 
-Please remember to send in Box Tops, Campbell Soup labels, Coke Rewards, and use those Target Red Cards towards our school.
 
-Get on Lexia and IXL to practice those reading and math skills at home. Remember that AR folders are due at the end of the grading period (March 20). Students are permitted to take their books and folders home on any night, but need to take the quizzes at school.
 
What’s Happening in the Classroom:
 
-In math this week we are starting our new unit covering capacity, weight, and volume. We are studying about the US customary units and some of the metric units. Students will primarily be working on a lot of story problems that deal with these different units. We will also be making comparisons between the different units and estimating which amounts would work for different objects or areas. Students will also be experimenting with different scales and be learning about “G-Man” who shows us how many cups, pints, and quarts there are in a gallon.
 
READING:  This week the students will switch books.  If they read Geronimo last time they will read Judy Moody and vice versa.  They are having a great time reading the Geronimo books.  I love to see that! 
 
PHONICS/GRAMMAR:  We are finishing up prefixes and suffixes.  We will take our assessment later this week.  We are also working on finding words in our Quickwords and spelling them correctly to make wonderful sentences.
 
 
-In writing we finished up our biography reports on famous people and will now be completing biographies on our classmates. Students are going to be partnered up with a classmate and asked to act like a reporter. They are going to interview them on their family, interests, how they feel about school, and any other interesting facts about them. From there they will begin to write a biography on their classmate.   
 
-In science we are finishing up our unit on different habitats throughout the world. Last week students did research on specific habitats (arctic, forest, rainforest, freshwater, ocean, desert) and talked about how those habitats changed throughout the year and how animals adapt to survive in those specific conditions. Students created an informational poster with their groups to teach to the class and we will be sharing and teaching those this week. Look on Instagram for pictures!
 
 
That is all from me for now. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask. Thanks and have a great week.
 
Mike
 

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