Fourth Grade Team

Mrs. Seeman

Mrs. Seeman - Fourth Grade Teacher

Mrs. Keoborakot

Mrs. Keoborakot - Fourth Grade Teacher

Greetings! My name is Kimpha Keoborakot, and I have been teaching at Evergreen since 2007. I earned my bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from North Central College and later completed my master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in technology from the University of Phoenix. I am also a former student of Evergreen, Benjamin, and West Chicago Community High School.

Recently, I started up Culture Club for third and fourth graders and have enjoyed every minute of it! Teaching students about cultures and celebrations around the world has brought the students together and has helped them appreciate the diversity around us. Outside of teaching, my passion is in volunteering and serving communities such as helping to host food drives, food packing, guiding youth, and volunteering for the Carol Stream Britany’s Trees program. I love to keep busy and enjoy spending time with family and friends - usually over food!

Ms. Williams

Ms. Williams - Fourth Grade Teacher

My name is Carrie Williams, and I’m a fourth grade teacher at Evergreen Elementary School. I graduated from Wheaton College with a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education. Then, I earned a master’s degree in Educational Leadership at Aurora University. 

My favorite part of my role here is building relationships with my students and watching them learn and grow. I love the questions that fourth graders ask and their desire to really understand the world around them! I love listening to and telling stories, and when I’m not at school I’m probably reading, running, or dreaming up new home improvement projects.

Welcome to Fourth Grade at Evergreen Elementary School!

Fourth grade is an exciting and challenging year! It involves increased responsibilities where students refine their thinking skills and learn to understand the world through different perspectives. Our goal as classroom teachers is to work collaboratively with students and families in order to meet the academic and social needs of all children.

Fourth grade students all participate in our Good Citizenship program. Jobs include safety patrol, conflict managers, yearbook helpers, library helpers, computer helpers, preschool helpers, and PE set-up helpers.

Fourth grade students will visit the Morton Arboretum, Naper Settlement, attend the Benjamin Musical, have a visit from Abe Lincoln, and attend a wonderful trip to Springfield, Illinois. Fourth grade students will also participate in a musical production in the spring.

Extra-curricular activities (before or after school) available to fourth grade students include BOKS (Builds Our Kids Success), Chess Club, Club EverGREEN, Intramurals, and Culture Club.

We also look forward to working with parent volunteers and appreciate your time and interest. Thank you for the partnership in your child’s education.

2024-25 Fourth Grade Supply List