Third Grade will no longer use this blog page to communicate and share what is going on in our classrooms. Instead, we will use Class Dojo. If you have not signed up for Class Dojo yet or have any questions about using Class Dojo, please contact your Ms. Mills, Mrs. Belanich, or Mr. Woodburn.
Tomorrow is a half day so dismissal is at 11:40 AM.
Parent Teacher conferences will begin 1:00 PM. Please come at your scheduled time. If you do not know your scheduled time, please ask your child's teacher.
We have created a ClassDojo for third grade. It gives us the ability to quickly communicate with parents and send reminders. We can also send personalized messages for each individual child.
Please come to Back to School Night on Thursday, September 17th at 5pm. We will talk about expectation for third grade and spend some time in the classrooms.
Every Tuesday parents will be able to make an appointment to meet with teachers. There is time available from 2:40 to 3:25 in the afternoon. Please contact your child's teacher to make an appointment when necessary.
There is no school on Monday, September 14th and Tuesday, September 15th for observation of Rosh Hashanah.
Welcome back to school! We are looking forward to another wonderful year!
Please remember to check your student's blue folder for any important notices and forms. Sign and return them promptly when needed.
Homework will start next Wednesday, September 16th. Please check and sign your child's homework every day.
If you have any questions or concerns, you can email your child's teacher:
Mr. Woodburn (3-403) firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Mills (3-405) email@example.com
Mrs. Belanich (3-409) firstname.lastname@example.org
Reminders for this week:
Tomorrow, Wednesday - Field trip to Harlem Magic Masters Performance
Thursday - Teachers only, no school for kids
Friday - College Day!
Next Tuesday 6/9 - Half day for students
Yesterday we had a special visit from Olympian Derrick Adkins who spoke to the 3rd graders about the importance of working hard and perseverance as part of his Olympic Mentality speech. As we are studying colleges this week, he spoke about his path to college, getting a scholarship, and how he had to work extremely hard both as an athlete and scholar. We also got to see his gold medal! The students asked some excellent questions.
Remember all the soldiers who served our country bravely in the armed forces. Thank those soldiers who see for their courage.