We need volunteers for our Fall Festival on October 6th. There are lots of different opportunities!
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Hello Parents! We have adjusted the lunch times which means we will now have lunch at 11:29. Thank you!
Math: Rounding to the nearest ten and hundred.
Social Studies: Map Skills-Directions on a Compass Rose, Lines of Latitude and Longitude, Hemispheres
ELA – Reading: Responding to Reading
Writing: Personal Narratives
Dear Parents –
Many of you ask about additional learning opportunities for your children. If you have not heard, we are hosting Camp Invention June 12-15, 2017 at Sedalia Park Elementary. Camp Invention is a fun, innovative and creative program that any student in my class will enjoy!
During the program, children will transform the terrain and ecosystem of a distant exoplanet, take risks as future entrepreneurs, blast rockets and rubber chickens, and wire a circuit to create their own Spy Gadget Alarm Box! Check out this video to see highlights: https://youtu.be/9OiFeEzgJwA.
And if you are anything like me, this comment from another parent might be helpful:
“There aren’t many programs that really challenge (my 6-year-old son’s) thinking. He is an introvert who prefers to stay home but he was so excited for camp each day! He made new friends and says he wants to go every year! I’ve never been so happy with a program for bringing this out in my son! Thank you!”
You can save $25 by registering on or before March 20th at www.campinvention.org using the promo code JUST4U. Please let me know if you have any questions. The program is being taught by local teachers and I will happily put you in contact with the Director.
I hope everyone had a great winter break!
This week we will be working on:
Math: 2-Step Word Problems
Reading: Mood, Tone, and Point of View
Science: Habitats of Georgia
Students will use the following essential questions to guide their learning and understanding this week…
How can I compare and contrast the theme and setting of stories written by the same author about the same or similar characters?
How do I write an opinion piece with details to support my opinion?
How can I use models to compare fractions?
Who was Mary McLeod Bethune?
How did MMB work to imporve education for all people? Why is Mary McLeod Bethune an American Hero?
Please visit for detailed standard information: https://www.georgiastandards.org/Georgia-Standards/Frameworks/ELA-Grade-3-Standards.pdf
- Fiction: Folktales, Fables, Myths
Please visit for detailed standard information: https://www.georgiastandards.org/Georgia-Standards/Frameworks/3rd-Math-Grade-Level-Overview.pdf
- Franklin D. and Eleanor Roosevelt
- Mary McLeod Bethune
- Animal Adaptations and Habitats
We only have 8 more days until the end of our second nine weeks!
The students have worked hard all quarter and will be assessed this week on the standards we have covered.
Please help your child be successful at school by reviewing homework, practicing multiplication facts, reading together, and going to bed early.
Also, please check their agenda daily for important reminders.
AR Goals should be met by December 21st!
Food Finder GA
FoodFinderGA is a free smartphone app developed by a Georgia public school graduate. It is available on the Apple App Store or Google Play right now (search: foodfinderga). The app creates a 100% anonymous, direct connection between students who need food with their closest free food provider. Both the FoodFinderGA app and the website – www.foodfinderga.org – are year-round resources, but data shows a dramatic increase in use when school is out of session, and the need for food is greatest.