Month: May 2016

End of the Year Events!

Monday

  1. We will compare and contrast the book version and film version of The Invention of Hugo Cabret. Students can bring in a special snack to enjoy while watching the movie. We will provide popcorn!
  2. Then, we will have an ice cream party to celebrate the end of the year! We prepared for the ice cream party with an opinion essay and graphing on the computer.
  3. Also, students will unpack their desks and take EVERYTHING home! Please bring a second bag to school to take all belongings home!

Tuesday (HALF DAY!)

  1. Board Game Day! Students can bring in board games or card games to play.
  2. Last day for backpacks!

Wednesday (HALF DAY!)

  1. NO BACKPACKS!
  2. If students bring a lunch, all parts of the lunch must be disposable! No bags will be allowed on the buses.
  3. Movie Day!

 

Lunch Changes in Cafeteria

Cobb County Food and Nutrition does not allow the cafeteria to have students charge their meals (breakfast or lunch) for the last two weeks of school.  If your student has money left at the end of the school year, it will roll over to next year no matter what Cobb County school they will be attending!  Parents are able to view their student’s balance at www.mypaymentsplus.com as well as make a payment by credit card if they desire.  Of course, cash or checks are always welcome!

 

 

Monday, May 16

We can’t believe this is the last full week of the school year!

This week, we are:

Reading: comparing and contrasting two literary texts as well as two informational texts.

Writing: writing fairy tales using the narrative checklist for third grade. We will write our final informational and opinion pieces this week as well.

Language Arts: reviewing all standards including cursive!

Math: previewing 4th grade place value standards by rounding to the nearest hundred thousand!

Science: identify 4 or more ways to protect the environment through the conservation of resources and recycling of materials. The assessment has been pushed back to this week. Continue to discuss recycling and natural resources at home!

Health: compare and contrast prevention strategies for bike and water safety.

Important Information

Envelope and stamps: Please send in 8×11 envelope with home address and 4 stamps for report cards in the fourth quarter! Students missing their envelopes received an email, note in the agenda, and an additional flyer with directions for addressing the envelope.

Last week of school: Stay tuned for information about the last week of school activities!

Crayon initiative: crayon

Annie: 

Hello Teasley Moms and Dads,

We hope that you join us this Friday and Saturday as the Teasley Treble Tones present Annie Jr.  For priority seating, we ask that you buy tickets in advance.  Tickets bought in advance will have assigned seating.  Please use the link below to purchase advance tickets until Wednesday, May 18th, until midnight.  Print out your ticket and bring with you to the show.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/annie-the-musical-tickets-25470035562

If you don’t purchase tickets before Wednesday, you may still purchase tickets at the door but you will NOT have assigned seats.  Once tickets are sold out, there will not be any more tickets for sale the night of. Kids under 5 years of age are free! 

In addition to tickets we will also have concessions for sale.  Concessions will include water, sodas, snacks, candy, flowers, goodie bags and Bravo Notes.

We hope to see you at the show and thanks for supporting the Teasley Treble Tones!!”

Chorus Schedule this week: 

Monday and Tuesday CAST members only will rehearse at CHS until 6.  They will carpool over.  They should be sent to me after school on these days.

Wednesday and Thursday ALL CHORUS and CAST members will rehearse.  Students will report to me after school.  ASP kids do not need to report to ASP.  We will ride the bus over and they will be picked up from CHS.  Chorus kids leave at 8 and Cast kids leave at 9.

Friday ALL CHORUS and CAST members go home and come to CHS at 5:00 for cast and 5:30 for chorus.

Annie

annie

Come see Teasley’s performance of Annie next weekend!  Tickets will be sold at the door only!

Field Day!

Field Day is THIS Friday, May 13 for 3rd Grade!

  1. Please wear bright yellow class t-shirt, athletic shorts/pants, and athletic shoes. Students must be dressed for all kinds of activity in the sun!
  2. Hats or sunglasses are fine as long as the student keeps up with their own belongings.
  3. Water bottles with names on them may be carried and refilled during field day.

Contact either teacher if you would like to volunteer with our class! It should be an AWESOME day!

Monday, May 9

This week, we are:

Reading: comparing and contrasting two literary texts as well as two informational texts.

Writing: writing fairy tales using the narrative checklist for third grade.

Language Arts: reviewing all standards including cursive!

Math: reviewing all standards! Today, students will create their own two step word problems!1

Science: Identifies 4 or more ways to protect the environment through the conservation of resources and recycling of materials. We will assess this on Thursday!

Important Information

Academic Alerts: Please sign and return Academic Alerts as soon as possible!

Field Day: Field Day is this Friday! Stay tuned for more information!

Envelope and stamps: Please send in 8×11 envelope with home address and 4 stamps for report cards in the fourth quarter! Please send this in by MONDAY, MAY 16TH!

Healthy Snacks

Please make sure students bring healthy snacks for class time. Students should save desserts for after school. Thanks! 🙂

Monday, May 2

The week of the field trip is finally here! HOORAY!

This week, we are:

Reading: comparing and contrasting themes, setting, and plot of stories written by the same author about the same/similar characters. We might also jump into comparing and contrasting the main idea of informational texts about the same/similar topic.

Writing: writing narratives with fairy tales!

Language Arts: using conjunctions to write compound and complex sentences. We are also working on our cursive until the end of the school year!

Math: solving two step word problems using equations and all four operations. We will check on multiplication fact fluency this week as well!

Science: identifying objects attracted the magnets. We will assess magnets on Friday. After that, we will review conservation of natural resources and recycling!

Important Information:

Field Trip: Today, students will bring home a form of reminders for Thursday’s field trip. Students will wear comfortable walking shoes, standard attire bottoms, and our neon yellow/green class t-shirt. In order to make our tour on time, we are leaving Teasley at 8:00 am. PLEASE ARRIVE ON TIME! We do not want any students to miss the bus for this fabulous field trip!

Class Wish List: Copy paper and erasers

Snacks: The selling of fun snacks to raise money for the field trip will end on Wednesday. Thanks for donating!

 

 

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