Posted Date: 09/04/2017
Mrs. Carr’s 3rd Grade Class Newsletter
August 21, 2017
Dates to Remember
Sept 4 - No School
Sept 11 - School Board Meeting
Sept 18-22 - Scholastic Book Fair
Oct 7 - Band Day
Oct 9 - School Board Meeting
Oct 17 - Parent/Teacher Conference
Oct 18-20 - Fall Break
Oct 25- School Pictures
We had a wonderful first full week of school. We are getting used to our schedule and the procedures of the classroom. We are following our Classroom Promises: “We will respect all people, property, and thoughts. We will keep body parts, objects, and unkind words to ourselves. We will use materials and equipment properly. We will be ready to learn every day and always do our personal best.”
Please keep toys at home. Your child may bring a basketball, football (no tackling), or jump rope.
Thanks to Sadie and Aiden for bringing snacks last week. We loved the push-up ice cream, Nerds, and Laffy Taffy. Thanks so much!
Last week, we read about the Boston Molasses Flood of 1919. Mrs. Briggs was kind enough to bring molasses for us to sample (if we wanted). Check out the Tuesday Tiger folder this week for a writing contest through Storyworks Jr. Five winners will each receive a copy of Five Epic Disasters by Lauren Tarshis. It would be so great if a student from Konawa were to win!
Be sure to check your child’s reading marker every day and sign when he/she has completed the work. Your child will need to read from the big book every night and do Side B of math. We are doing side A in class together. Please check over the math to ensure your child has done it correctly. We will be grading side B in class the next day.
If you ever have any concerns or questions, please do not hesitate to email or text me at email@example.com or 580-272-3549. Thanks!
My husband Theron, son Gavin, and myself
Gavin has crossed over from being a Cub Scout in Pack 4 to being a Boy Scout in Troop 13.
Word of the Week
Life Principle: Self-Discipline
Definition: the ability to choose and control one’s own actions
Related Quote: "If we were supposed to talk more than we listen, we would have two mouths and one ear.”
~ Mark Twain
What We’re Learning
Monday - Beef-a-Roni
Tuesday - Chicken Salad Sandwich
Wednesday - Burrito
Thursday - Chicken Nuggets
Friday - Meatloaf
Check out my page on our school website: http://konawa.k12.ok.us/
I will post information and pictures there.
With our first full week of school finished, we completed our first marble competition. The top scorers for the week were Bear with 24 points, Tristian with 22 points, Cierra with 22 points, and Chloe with 20 points. Our top scoring team was Team #1 which consisted of Ethan, Bear, Mikki, and Huey. They had 80 total marbles which came to an average of 20 marbles per team member. Congratulations!