Mrs. Clark's 3rd Grade Classroom
We begin each day promptly at 8am! It is critical that your child arrives at school in plenty of time to eat breakfast (if applicable) and arrive in the classroom before 8am. The cafeteria begins serving breakfast at 7:20am each morning. Children are allowed to enter the classroom at 7:45am (school-wide policy).
Weekly Logs: THERE WILL NOT BE A WEEKLY LOG FOR THIS LAST WEEK BEFORE EASTER AND SPRING BREAK! Logs are assigned on Mondays and are due at 8am on Fridays. Logs contain reading and math assignments that should be completed at home each evening. Late Logs will NOT be excepted unless the student is absent from school on the day the Log is due - no exceptions.
Spelling Tests are given every Friday.
The school's Media Center is open as well as my classroom library. Students are NOT allowed to take my classroom library books home but should take the books checked out from the Media Center home each evening. Students are required to take AR tests on books checked out from the Media Center.
I am requiring the students to take and pass seven (7) AR tests at 90% or higher for the fourth nine-weeks. I do allow (and insist) the students to use their books while taking AR tests to find evidence of their answers.
Please read with your child each evening - and re-read books as this increases a child's reading fluency, reading comprehension, and overall success in life!!!!!
After reading with your child please use the sheet of skill-leveled comprehension questions in the front of your child's binder to discuss a couple of questions with your child then have your child write answers to a couple of other questions. This will increase your child's comprehension skills in preparation for the E.O.G.'s the first week in June.
We will finish reading and test on the novel "Charlotte's Web" by E.B. White this week. We will watch the movie in class on Thursday morning.
We will be looking at different types of graphs, charts, and tables this week.
Please continue to work with your child at home on memorizing the Multiplication Tables 0 - 12. Fourth grade teachers expect all students entering their classrooms to know all of the multiplication tables.
We will continue working on our Multiplication Sundaes in the classroom!
We have completed our Portfolio testing to satisfy the "NC Read to Achieve Testing Portfolios" requirements!
We will conclude our unit on Colonial America with an assessment on Thursday.
REMINDER: 'Excuse Notes' for absences, as well as bus/car rider changes, need to have handwritten notes in ink containing the following information: my name, date(s) of absence; full name of student; reason; and, parent signature.
Updated 03-27-15 06:38 am