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Ms. Stansberry 4th Grade



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Go Mustangs!



Meet the Teacher!

This is my 23rd year teaching at Montague and I absolutely love it.  I'm a California native, and attended school locally.  I'm a graduate of Santa Clara University, with a BS in Psychology, and San Jose State University, with a Teaching Credential and Masters in Educational Leadership.  I am currently working on a second masters in Counseling Psychology.


Dear 4th Grade Families,


Welcome to the Montague Elementary School Room 15 website.  I am very excited to be working with such a nice group of 4th graders this year.  My goal is to provide opportunities for the highest level of learning and personal growth for all of my students.

Should you need to contact me, please feel free to send me an email through School Loop. I check my e-mail several times a day and respond as soon as my schedule allows.  If you need to reach me sooner, you may call the front office  at (408) 423-1900, and they can transfer your call.  Generally, I will be at school until 4:30 pm.  My classroom phone number is (408) 423-1971.  Note that calls to the classroom will go directly to voicemail during instructional time.


My best to you and your family,

                                      Leslie Stansberry

Library Schedule:

Wednesdays from 11:15 to 12:00

Room 15 goes to the school library on Wednesdays.  Books may be renewed each week if necessary. Students are allowed to check out 3 books;  a chapter book, a choice book, and a book to share with their kindergarten reading buddy.

PE Days

Monday & Thursday from 11:30 to 12:20.


Homework Policy

Homework packets are taken home on Mondays, or the first day of the week, and returned on Fridays.  A suggested schedule is attached to the front so that students don't try to do everything at the last minute.  Reading should be done everyday for at least 30 minutes.  Please make sure your child fills out their Reading Log each day. Homework can also include special projects throughout the year.  On any given night, if your child has a question about the homework, the packet should be brought in the next day so I can assist them.  You may also email questions about the homework.  

The homework is intended for review and practice of in class instruction.  It is also meant to teach responsibility, work habits, and perseverance, so in that vain, the homework is assessed on effort and timeliness.

Classroom Rules


Be Respectful.

Be Responsible.

Be Safe.