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rd 3 grade Reach for the ‘s has a bright future. . .
Students will begin to arrive in the classroom at 7: 50. This is a time to get ready for the day. Students unpack, sharpen pencils, begin/ complete Morning Work, etc.
7: 50 -8: 30 – 9: 05 9: 10 -9: 50 - 10: 05– 10: 30 - 11: 30 -12: 00 -12: 28 12: 35 -1: 10 --2: 20 -2: 40 2: 45 -3: 00 Unpack and do Morning Work Math Groups Specials/ Restroom Teacher Read Aloud Writing / Grammar/ Vocabulary Guided Reading Teacher Directed Reading Lunch/ Restroom Recess Math Science and Social Studies Pack up for dismissal Silent Reading – Dismissal
S – SAFE T – THOUGHTFUL A – ACCOUNTABLE R - RESPECTFUL Discipline Procedures
We have a working snack daily. Therefore, snack should something that can be eaten in 5 -10 minutes. NO UTENSILS, Pl. EASE. Students may have water bottles at their seat, but they will be taken away if it interferes with instruction.
The homework agenda should come home every night. It needs to be signed every night. Students should read AT LEAST 20 minutes each evening. They should still read out loud to an adult a few times per week. Students should begin practicing their multiplication facts now. If you don’t have flash cards, you might want to get some. THANKS!
• Your child may have reading homework each week night in addition to their take home reading. If you read to them at night, ask them questions that make them THINK!
Testing • Beginning of Grade Test - Pre-test in Reading on Sept. 10 th ( Used as a pre-assessment tool) • 3 RD Graders participate in End of Quarter testing. • 3 rd grade students DO participate in End of Grade testing. • Mini-assessments to begin mid-January for reading mastery. NC Read to Achieve at a Glance The Read to Achieve Program is a part of the Excellence Public Schools Act which became law in July of 2012. It applies to all schools at the beginning of the 2013 -2014 school year. The State Goal ~ 115 C-83. 1 A The goal of the State is to ensure that every student read at or above grade level at the end of third grade and continue to progress in reading proficiency so that he or she can read, comprehend, integrate, and apply complex text when needed for secondary education and career success.
Math Overview • Represent and solve problems involving multiplication and division. • Multiply and divide within 100 • Use place value understanding and properties of operations to perform multi-digit arithmetic (Rounding, Addition and subtraction through 1000. ) • Develop understanding of fractions as numbers. (Fractions on number line, equivalent, compare, fractions as whole numbers. ) • Solve word problems involving addition and subtraction of time intervals in minutes. • Measure and estimate liquid volumes and masses of objects using standard units of grams (g), kilograms (kg), and liters (l). • Represent and interpret data. • Area and Perimeter • Reason with shapes and their attributes. • WORD PROBLEMS!!!
Reading • Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words. • Read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension • Character Analysis & Research • Point of View • Main Idea and Key Supporting Details • Sequence, Cause and Effect, and Compare and Contrast
Curriculum • Common Core : Math • Common Core : Reading • http: //www. dpi. state. nc. us/docs/acre/standards/newstandards/science/3 -5. pdf : Science • Plants, Recognize the major components and patterns observed in the earth/moon/sun, Earth’s Features (compare land structures etc. )system • http: //www. ncpublicschools. org/docs/acre/standards/new -standards/social-studies/3 -5. pdf : Social Studies (Geography, Government, Community)
Report Cards and Grading Scale • Report cards will look different in 3 rd grade. Your child will receive a number grade for classroom assignments, progress/interim reports and report cards! • Grade Scale A= 100 -93 B = 92 -85 C = 84 -77 D = 76 -70 F = 69 & Below
Notes Required • Transportation: If your child’s transportation needs to be changed, you MUST send in a note. • Absences: If you child is absent, you MUST send in a note stating reasons for the absence to be excused. • NO transportation changes will be accepted after 11: 00 am. (Notes are preferred. ) • Medication – ALL medication must be left in the office with a doctor’s note on the appropriate school form (this includes cough drops and medicated creams. )
Field Trips • Reynolda Gardens – Plants – Oct. 8, 9, or 10 • Millis Health Center- Bones/Human Body – April 29 or 30 th • Information will be sent home in Tuesday Packets.
Conferences • Please call, email, write a request in the planner, or send a note to your teacher. • School number- 771 -4545 • [email protected] k 12. nc. us email
Finances • You may pay for your field trips with cash, credit or debit card or checks. If you would like to use a credit or debit card, please access ‘On-Line School Pay’ at the following web-site: http: //osp. osmsinc. com/wsfcs. If you would like to pay by check, we will gladly accept your check. The WSFCS system has contracted with ‘Envision Payment Solutions’ to collect all bad check debts and there will be an automatic $25. 00 collection fee assessed for each check which fails to clear the bank for insufficient funds or any other reason, regardless of the amount. • You are able to give scholarships with any field trip to provide aid to fellow classmates. • If possible, when sending cash, please send exact change. The school will not make change for your student.
• Tuesday – Signed Papers and Information in Tuesday Packets • Agenda Daily- Special Announcements there and on the web site • Email
What You Can Expect! • Math / Language Arts Dailies are completed each morning and reviewed. Quiz each Friday over material. • Spelling / Vocabulary homework nightly and quiz each week (Friday). • Reading and math homework each week night. – Approximately 40 minutes of homework each night. • Math, Reading, Science, and S. S. skills will be assessed as each unit is complete. • Tuesday packets will include graded assignments for week. Sign/Review/Correct/ and RETURN ALL PAPERS. • Use the agenda/planner, email, and the website to stay up to date on important information.
There always opportunities to help in the classroom! Let me know if you’re Sign interested in helping with: Up * Parties, Field Trips, etc. I will contact you as needed. You must complete the WSFCS volunteer form first!!
for taking the time to attend Open House! I look forward to working with you and your child this year. It is going to be a wonderful year filled with exciting learning activities!