I am SMART!
I am KIND!
I ENCOURAGE my peers and GROW my MIND!
June 23rd: Last Day of School ~ Have a Great Summer!
June 23rd: Report Cards go Live @ 5pm
June 23rd-25th: Laptop & Hotspot Return for Grades K-2 & 4-5
End of July: Laptop & Hotspot Return for 3rd Grade
(Email is the best way to contact me.)
I will do my best to get back to you the same day, but I have a policy that I will get back to you within 48 work hours.
If you have an emergency, call the office and they will contact our classroom. 425-837-6300.
Music - Mr. Morrow - Mondays and Fridays
P.E. - Mrs. Jackson - Tuesdays and Thursday
Here is a link to Mrs. Jackson's Blog/Newsletter:
Library - Mrs. Guillen - Thursdays
Below you will find a brief overview of the assignments for each day and where to find them.
All Seesaws this week are optional and are released on Monday, June 22nd.
Mrs. Wride's Helpful Social/Emotional Learning Page:
District's page for Elementary Digital Tools:
Second Step Curriculum:
SSP3 FAMI LY73 = Third Grade
Brain Pop: http://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=brainpop&safe=active
Brain Pop Jr.: http://www.brainpopjr.com/
Tumble Books: http://www.tumblebooklibrary.com/Default.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2f
http://clever.com/in/issaquah - Clever
Use your child's Clever Login to access Zearn to practice math skills.
Issaquah School District Webpage:
Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction:
Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays
9 :10am Students are let in
9:15am School Begins
9:10am Students are let in
Have a great summer!
Thank you for a wonderful year together in 3rd grade. Each of you made it special and a wonderful year. I know each of you will have a fabulous year in 4th grade!
I wish everyone an exciting and fun summer! I hope to see many of you next fall. Please do not hesitate to say "Hi" and wave as we pass by in the hallway!
3rd Grade Summer Packet
Look in the Weekly E-Learning Boards & Other Helpful Documents File for the 3rd grade summer packet!
Summer Learning Opportunities
Click on the link below to access the summer learning opportunities on the padlet.
Creating a daily schedule can help focus and keep the day moving forward. It can move us from the blue (going slow) zone, to the green (ready to go) zone. I've created one for myself that has been a huge help. The categories are not super specific, which allows for flexibility in the activities I do for those times. You can create your schedule as specific or general as you want.
Here is my schedule. Nothing fancy. I created it in Microsoft word, using a fun font and table.