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“Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.”  – Harriet Tubman 
 
 
Ms. Heather Killian
HKillian@stfrancisschoolbh.net
 
Miss Danielle Farragher
dfarragher@stfrancisschoolbh.net
               “For where two or three are gathered together in my name, I am there among them.” – Matthew 18:20.

Scholastic Code for Third Grade:

PBQJR

 

CHARGE IPAD EVERY NIGHT ! Bring in your earbuds, sharpened pencils, and all other supplies! 

For the season of Lent, students will be responsible for their daily Lenten journal.  Each day, students will respond to a prompt. Students have time during the school day to complete, as well as complete it for homework.  This is a religion and writing assignment.  Grammar rules/editing apply.

This Week:

Thursday, March 4, there will be a ELA test on figurative language and point of view.  Begin to review notes and packet, as well as the hw sheets.  ELA Test Study Guide

Tuesday March 2, 2021

Please note:  Once work is graded and entered into Option C, students cannot resubmit work, unless we ask them to. Students have ample time to complete assignments.     Thank you for your cooperation. 

Math – complete worksheet, both sides.

Religion – make sure your Lenten journal is complete.

Reading – Reread Giant Leap.  You can use the audio version as well that is posted on Google Classroom.
Then, in your journal, write an Opinion Paragraph:
What is my favorite part in the book, One Giant Leap? 
(6 sentences !  Topic, details, elaborate, and a closing sentence!) 
Review for test.  

 

Monday, March 1, 2021

Please note:  Once work is graded and entered into Option C, students cannot resubmit work, unless we ask them to. Students have ample time to complete assignments.     Thank you for your cooperation. 

Math – complete pages 399 – 400.

Religion – make sure your Lenten journal is complete.

Reading – complete review sheet to help study for test this week.  

 

 

  • Students need a homework pad to copy HW down each afternoon.
  • We are asking students to keep their supplies in a shoe box (pencils, crayons, post it notes, glue, etc.) Please make sure it is sturdy.  It can be decorated and covered in clear contact.  Please have it in ASAP.  Thank you.  
  • Students should have earbuds that stay IN school every day.
  • Girls:  Please have hair tied back, in braid or bun.  Thank you.   
  • Only SCHOOL sweatshirts are allowed to be worn, during class.  Thank you for your cooperation.  🙂 
  • Students are allowed to wear gym uniforms each day.  
  • Students may bring water bottles (plastic is the preference, as the metal ones are very startling when the children drop/knock over) and they may bring a healthy snack every day.  Please be mindful of those with peanut allergies.  

Dismissal:
Please be patient at dismissal.  Until we get to know the parents/caretakers/older siblings, we canNOT let them run off without making eye contact with the person picking them up.  Thank you for your cooperation.

 

Resources:

Inverse Operation ! 

Math-Division 

 

Reading Module:

Moonshot

Point of View:

Figurative Language: 

 

ELA Writing Template: 

Paragraph Writing Template

 
ELA Craft/Writing Skill: Restating the Question 

 
Science- Weather 

 
Social Studies: China 

 

 
 
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