As a team, the 3rd grade teachers will be using Remind to keep our parents informed of all the exciting things taking place this year. Since our kiddos will have 5 teachers, this is a great tool to keep us … Continue reading
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Monday, May 23rd ~ 3rd grade musical @ 2:oo pm Thursday, May 26th ~ 3rd grade Awards Assembly @ 8:15 in cafeteria. Students may be signed out with teacher after assembly. Early Release 11:30 am Friday, May 27th ~ Last … Continue reading
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Our Field Day will be tomorrow, May 17th, weather permitted. Students need to wear sunscreen, bring a water bottle, towel, and change of clothes. Students CAN be signed out by parent after all of the events are completed.
Just a few quick tips and reminders for next week. Math STAAR Monday, May 9th Reading STAAR Tuesday, May 10th Your child may bring gum, mints, and a water bottle that closes (no open lid containers) Please keep all electronics … Continue reading
Math Learning Goal: REVIEW We are now finished with BOOTCAMP, and we are back to our regular schedules. We will be reviewing skills this week and test taking strategies. Third grade will take their math and reading STAAR next week, … Continue reading
Math Learning Goal: Review Starting Monday, April 18th through April 29, we will be reviewing math skills we have learned throughout the school year. During this time we will not have any math homework or multiplication tests. Science Learning Goal: … Continue reading
Math Learning Goal: Personal Finance Students are expected to do the following: Explain the connection between human capital/labor and income Describe the relationship between the availability or scarcity of resources and how that impacts cost Identify decisions involving income, spending, … Continue reading
Math Learning Goal: Personal Finance Students are expected to do the following: identify the costs and benefits of planned and unplanned spending decisions explain that credit is used when wants or needs exceed the ability to pay and that it … Continue reading