Mrs. Buck's Class Page
|The Students in my class will work at their highest potential so that they will experience success in third grade.
Remember, your child will have daily homework. Please sign their Daily Communication log after reviewing the homework with your child.
Important dates to remember:
Report Cards-January 26th
February 17th-Early Dismissal
February 20th-Teacher Workday
February 28th-PTO program for third grade
March 2nd-Field trip to Neuse Way Nature Center
7:45-8:00-Transition time/Morning work
10:50-11:15-Lunch and restroom
1:15-2:15 Science and Social Studies
2:15-2:30- Master learning/read aloud
2:30-2:40-Pass out homework/Pack up
2:40-2:45-Prepare for dismissal
*Fast Forword- 9:00-9:30
Spelling words for the week of February 13th
Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ear-African Folk Tale
1. satisfied-having one's needs or desires fulfilled
2. duty-job or responsibility
3.council-meeting called to find answers
4.mischief-behavior that causes probles for others
5.nonsense-words or ideas that are foolish and have no real meaning
6.tidbit-small piece of something
Math- Study 0-9 multiplication and division facts
Study geomoetric solids-sphere, rectangular prism, cube, pyramid, cylinder and cone
Practice telling time to the nearest minute
Accelerated Reading Goals- 100% participation 85% success
Accelerated Math Goals- 100% participation 85% success
Third grade has homework Monday-Friday. Homework consists of spelling practice, reading comprehension worksheet and a math skills page. Students are also asked to read their A.R. book for at least 15 minutes daily at home.
Green ( Doing Great!) Student is meeting expected behavior and should continue these positive behavior.
Yellow (Warning- conference with student) Private time with the student and the teacher tells the student the negative behavior and solutions to correct the behavior.
Orange (Think- Student signs the log book and note to parent in agenda or telephone call) Identify negative behavior (class rule/procedure on matrix) and how he/she could have done things differently.
Blue (Team member privilege loss) Student behavior continues during the week or this is the 3rd time the sudent is assigned to another teacher's room and completes/writes a reflection. Student, teacher, and parent agree on a consistent approach that teaches/focuses on appropriate behavior.
Red (Offense) Student behavior warrants a trip to the office because the student did not follow through on his contract. The negative pattern behavior continues.
F-69 and below
Third Grade Supply List- Continue to check with your child to see if their supplies need to be replenished! Thank you!
1/2 inch 3 ring binder
Red vinyl folder
Blue vinyl folder
Yellow vinyl folder
Green vinyl folder
4 packs of notebook paper