Phone: (609) 631-4156


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelors of Science in Elementary Education (K-6) The College of New Jersey-2014 *Graduated Magna Cum Laude* *Kappa Delta Pi Honors Society* Associate of Arts in Education (K-12) Raritan Valley Community College-2011 *Graduated Cum Laude* *Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society* NJ Elementary Ed. Teaching Cert. (K-6)

Mr. Justin Mazzucco

Greetings 4th Grade Families!

My name is Mr. Mazzucco, and I teach 4th grade here at Lalor Elementary School. We have a lot of learning ahead of us this year in a number of different subjects and topics. You will be amazed at how much your child is going to learn and grow over these next roughly 10 months or so.

This will be my 7th year in education and my first full year here at Lalor. I graduated from The College of New Jersey back in 2014 with my Bachelors of Science in Elementary Education (K-6). Before that, I attended and graduated from Raritan Valley Community College with my Associate of Arts in Education (K-12). I have my certification for NJ in Elementary Ed (K-6). I live in Ringoes, NJ with my family and enjoy watching/playing sports in my free time.

  • I consider the opportunity to work with your child a privilege, and look forward to all of the great things that we will do together.

    I look forward to sharing an exciting and rewarding year with you and your child. We have so much ahead of us. This year's objectives are to help prepare your child for 5th grade emotionally, socially, and academically in a positive and nurturing environment. Below you will find some of the skills we will focus on in fourth grade:


    • Use more advanced reading comprehension strategies

    • Compare and contrast information read

    • Writing competently for many purposes

    • Learn new vocabulary words using context clues

    • Experiencing a variety of literary genres



    • Multiply three- and four-digit numbers, including numbers with zero

    • Understand improper fractions and mixed numbers

    • Solve multi-step word problems

    • Divide larger numbers

    • Exploring probability and using data


    Daily math homework will be assigned, as well as 20 minutes of reading each night. It is important that students practice at school AND at home to continue building strengths in important skills. If, at any time during the year, you should have questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at


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  • Please be aware that during the 2023/24 school year, the specials schedule for 4M will be as follows:

    Monday: Health/PE (Bring sneakers please!)

    Tuesday: PE (Bring sneakers please!)

    Wednesday: Music

    Thursday: Art

    Friday: Library (Make sure any books brought home make their way back to the library!)

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