I can’t believe that tomorrow will be the last day of the 2017-2018 school year! We have Mass at 8:30 if you would like to join us tomorrow. I will miss all of their smiling faces, and can’t wait to see what amazing things they will accomplish in the future! Thank you so much for helping your child and me throughout this school year. I appreciate how we have worked as a team and had such an awesome year! We had a wonderful year learning, growing, and having fun in so many different ways.
I hope that everyone has a safe and fun summer! I can’t wait to see all of the 3A’s smiling faces next year as I pass them in the hallway. It is always amazing to see how much they have grown over the summer and going into 4th grade. Tomorrow your child will be bringing home their report card with them. Let me know if you have any questions. Thank you for a wonderful year!
3A Volume 32
May 17, 2018
This last full week of school went by so fast! We finished up all of our tests this week. The students enjoyed the field trip to the Sac Museum this week. Next week we will have Fun Day on Monday and will be going to Bowling Green Park. The students may bring snacks for the park if they like. They may also bring a drink, but no pop please. On Tuesday we will be cleaning out our desk and room. They need to bring an extra bag just in case everything can’t fit in their bag. This could also just be a shopping bag/paper bag. We will use Clorox wipes to clean the desk so they don’t need to bring a bucket or anything. This week will be the last Friday folder to go home so you can just keep the folder at home and not bring it back on Monday. Let me know if you have any questions.
Math-measurement and capacity
English- Dictionary skills
Reading – Charlotte’s Web
Cursive- P, R, and B
Questions to Ask
What was your favorite activity on the field trip?
How many quarts are in a gallon? 4
What was your favorite part of Charlotte’s Web?
What was the lesson of Charlotte’s Web? True friend are loyal to the end.
What two words make up the contraction haven’t? have not
Noon dismissal- May 21st and 22nd
Fun day- May 21st- Dress down
Last Day and 11:00 dismissal- May 23rd
End of year Mass- May 23rd
3A Volume 31
May 14, 2018
We had a wonderful week in 3A! It is hard to believe that this school year is almost over. We will continue to work hard next week finishing up the topics we have started the last few weeks. Next week we will be going down to the church to see the 7th grade living rosary. The students many bring their rosaries on Tuesday. Next week we will be going on our last field trip to the Sac Museum. If you have not turned in your permission slip please due by Monday. The amount is $12.25. That day the students will need to bring a disposable sack lunch and a drink. We ask for no pop please.
This week we presented our world tour slide show. The students did a great job of telling us about their countries. If you would like to see their presentation you can have them sign into their Google account. To do this go to Google and on the right hand top corner they can sign in. We have signed in many times so they should know their user name and password. Once they sign in they can go to their drive and their slide show should be there. This week we also had our last junior achievement lesson with Mrs. App. The students learned so much from her and enjoyed the lessons. We are so thankful she volunteered to do this for our class. Let me know if you have any questions. Have a great weekend!
Math-Fractions and measurement
Social Studies- Branches of government
Questions to Ask
What were the words Charlotte wrote in her web? Some pig, terrific, radiant
Who goes to the fair with Wilbur? Charlotte and Templeton
Where will you find the guide words in a dictionary? at the top of the page
How many senators does each state have? 2
Living Rosary- May 15th at 8:45 (Students may bring a rosary to use during the rosary.)
Field Trip Sac Museum- May 17th (Bring disposable lunch with drink.)
Fun Day- May 21st
Noon Dismissal- May 21st and 22nd
11:00 Dismissal and last day- May 23rd
I have been teaching at SPSL since 2006. I have taught 2nd and 3rd grade at SPSL. I have a Masters in Reading. I have a son named Lucas and a daughter named Marlow.