Fri. 8 Immaculate Conception- No school
Fri. 15th Spirit Dress Day
Tues. 19 Christmas Concert @ 7:00
Wed. 20th End of Quarter 2/AR STORE & Dismissal @ 1:00
Third graders are modeling daily acts of kindness throughout this Advent season. Along with reading daily reflections, students will be working through an Advent booklet. The beginning of the booklet is on understanding the symbol of the Advent wreath. The circle of the wreath signifies God is eternal with no beginning nor end. Also, his love for us is never ending. Students will also explore the colors of the candles and the themes of hope, peace, joy, and love that they represent. Each week we will put each theme into action.
It is hard to believe we have been in school for nine weeks already! Report cards will be printed Thursday, October 19. Thank you parents for attending conferences and visiting with me about your child's progress. It is always nice to see involvement at home regarding your child's studies. Working together is best to help them be successful.
As we begin the second nine weeks I feel students know better about expectations and realize their effort equals their grade. We will be taking the STAR reading level test again. I will have their results sent home by the end of the week. Again, we will set new goals for the quarter and strive to meet them. As always please contact me with any concerns. If you haven't looked already, you can see updates on what we have been doing in class in the October newsletter.
Check out the updates under class documents!
No more excuses! Students can access their book online if they forget either their Reading or Math textbook. Login information is on the cover of their agenda. To access the textbooks find them on this page under classroom links.
Third graders need to have 3 service hours every nine weeks! The purpose of stewardship is to provide students with an opportunity to make a difference in their church and surrounding communities. Please assist your child in sharing in this act of love.
"Do small things with great love." Mother Teresa