Angelique Oswalt


4th Grade Language Arts & SS

Angelique Oswalt



Please find a book , magazine, or article (online or  traditional copy) that you love and read it!



Dear Students,


      Welcome to fourth grade at LIS!  I am so glad that you are in my class!  Use the links above to access Schoology, your email account, online textbooks and programs, and the DCS Quick Launch Page.  

    I look forward to our year together!


                                                          Mrs. Oswalt                                                                      


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Classroom Information

I am delighted to have the opportunity to teach your child reading this year.  Your child will work diligently to become a better reader.  During our reading class, we hold focused reading lessons, read independently, listen and read along with books on CD, write purposefully, and develop a community of readers and writers. 

Students should read for 15 minutes every night.  Please check your child's agenda for additional assignments and tests.  

Your child should come to class prepared to learn everyday.

It is important for your child to follow our classroom rules.  They are as follows:

Be kind to everyone.

Always do your best.

Respect yourself, property, and others.

Be honest and responsible.

Listen and follow directions.

Be ready to learn.



About the Teacher


After attending Northwest Mississippi Community College and The University of Mississippi, I earned a Bachelor of Arts in Education.  I also have supplemental endorsements in English for seventh through twelfth grades, Mild and Moderate Disabilities for kindergarten through twelfth grades, and Media Librarian.  I currently  attend Mississippi College and am working on a Masters in Curriculum and Instruction. 


I taught fourth grade at Oxford University School and fifth and sixth grades in Starkville, Mississippi.  I have had the opportunity to teach fourth grade, fifth grade, sixth grade, and Special Education classes in Desoto County Schools.  I also served as the Director of Children's Ministries at Maples Memorial United Methodist Church for several years.


My husband and I live in Olive Branch with our three children. Max is a senior at Mississippi State University, Kristen is a sophomore at Mississippi State University, and Lauren is in tenth grade. I am overjoyed to be at Lewisburg Intermediate School, and I am looking forward to a wonderful year teaching your child.