Things to know:

BOOK ORDER DUE: Thursday. Please return Book orders by Thursday.

NO SCHOOL: No school next week due to fall break. Sept 24-28

Reflections Entries: DUE OCT 2nd (Also my birthday) I am having the students write a narrative about their HERO and how it impacts their lives. I am sending home TODAY a permission form to ALL students to have signed and returned to enter their writing into the Reflections contest. Please return the signed form by Friday if you give permission for your child’s story to entered. Thank you.

Fall Festival: October 6th at Pitner

MS Rownd’s Birthday question will be posted to my blog after the fall break. Please tell your child NOT to share their answer with anyone but me. There maybe a prize for the right answer. If I find out that the answer is shared, there will not be any prizes. Thank you.

Testing: OVER TODAY! YAY!!!!!

As Always, thank you for your support! Have a great fall break!

Enews from Ms Rownd

Greetings Parents:

Welcome back after a long weekend. We start testing today for the next 2 weeks! Fun times in 3rd grade! Please make sure students have a good breakfast and go to bed 15 minutes earlier than usual.

Notes:

9/19: Wellstar program coming. “Get Fit”

9/24-9/29: Fall Break

Academics:
LA:

  • character traits (physical, emotional and actions)
    Plural Nouns: regular and irregular
    building stamina in reading

Writing:
Narratives
Friendly letters
responding to cause and effect

Math:
adding and subtraction within 1000
2 step word problems

Science:
soil

Thank you always for your support.
MR

Better late than Never

Greeting Parents:

I deeply apology for not sending my ENEWs (bi monthly newsletter) out to everyone sooner. I am having some technical difficulties with emails. I will continue to work on it and let you all know via email when we are set to roll with email ENEWS. For now I will be sending home a hard copy of my ENEWs.

Notes:

  • Picture Day is Aug 22nd
  • Labor Day: NO SCHOOL September 3rd
  • School wide testing coming soon: COGAT: Sept 5-7 and Iowa: Sept 13-21
  • Library: Fridays

Academics:

Reading

  • Asking and answering questions about text
  • Using book features to help with understanding
  • Main Idea

Writing

  • Writing process
  • Writing narratives
  • Revising and editing
  • Publishing

Math

  • Rounding numbers to the nearest 10 and 100
  • Adding and subtracting 3 digit numbers with regrouping and without regrouping
  • ROCKS: physical attributes of rocks and minerals

Off to a great start!

WOW! This is an amazing class. I am enjoying getting to know all my students. Thank you for all the supplies. It is being used in our learning journey.

Please join us for OPEN HOUSE Thursday at 6pm. See you there! 

Here are some first few days pictures. More to come; along with concepts we will be covering over the next 2 weeks. Stay Tuned!!!

Welcome Back

Greetings Parents,

I am so excited about this year! I cant wait to meet all my blessings. I hope everyone had a great summer, and they are ready to work HARD in 3rd grade. My BLOG will be used to brag on students, post E-News (class newsletter  will be posted here and sent home via email for those who have email), and any other information I would like to share publicly. Most communication will be done through email, but the BLOG will be used as a reference place.

Dates to know:

1st Day of School: August 1st

Sneak A Peek: Monday, July 30

Open House: August 9th

 

SEE YOU ALL SOON!!!! Ms Rownd

3rd Grade Supply List:
3 packs of 24 #2 wooden pencils (preferably pre-sharpened)
1 pkg. of (pink-GUM) erasers OR 1 pkg. of pencil top erasers
1 package wide rule loose paper
2 boxes of 24 Crayola crayons
8 large glue sticks
1 pair Fiskars scissors
5 black and white composition notebooks
1 spiral notebook wide ruled
1 large containers of Clorox wipes
1 1inch binder
2 highlighters
1 personal pencil box/pouch
1 3-pronged pocket folder
2 boxes of Kleenex Tissues
1 box of Ziploc gallon bags (girls only)
1 box of Ziploc sandwich bags (boys only)

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