Ms. Selegue's 3rd Grade Classroom

2015 August Newsletter

About Me...

My full name is Elizabeth Seleuge, I graduated from Ohio University Fall of 2016 with Bachelor degree in Early Childhood Education. This is my first year as a full time teacher so please feel free to be involved in the classroom as much as you'd like, I will need your help as much as possible. I cannot wait to meet each and every one of you, if you have any questions, concerns, comments, or advice I have contact information down below.

Expectations

I wanted to let you in on my expectations of a classroom full of 3rd graders so you are well informed...
  • All of the children to come in wanting and ready to learn
  • To receive much feedback and involvement from parents
  • Exploration in many topics each and every day
  • Students to keep me aware of their needs and wants
  • For the students to teach me as much as I teach them

Supplies

Here are a list of supplies that I can use at the beginning of the year and will always accept them throughout the year. We can never get enough.
  • Paper towels
  • Tissues
  • Pencils
  • Erasers
  • Crayons
  • Markers
  • Dry Erase markers
  • Glue sticks/Liquid glue
  • Notebook Paper
  • Folders
  • Stickers

...or anything else you feel would be a good contribution to my classroom.

Thank You!

Homework Policy

The homework that I will assign is to give children the chance to practice we have gone over in the classroom. It is also good to use when preparing for a test of the material gone over. Assigning homework also provides an opportunity for increasing self-direction, time-management, independence and responsibility.


Rules for Homework

  • Homework will be turned in each day by every student with no exceptions
  • If a student is assigned homework and is absent the next day, the assignment is due the day they return
  • Students who are absent the day an assignment is given, they will receive the assignment the day they come back and will have the same number of days they were absent to turn in the assignment


Consequences for Missing Homework

  • Students will receive a 0 for missing homework
  • Number of missing assignments will be recorded
  • Will seek further information after a certain amount has been missed.


Student Responsibility

  • The student is to copy their homework assignments in their daily planner
  • Homework is to be kept in their homework folder
  • Homework is to be completed each night the teacher assigns it and done at the best of the ability.
  • Student must have the homework turned in the day it is due
  • If you have any questions about the material on the homework, contact teacher before 9 p.m.



If you have any questions or concerns with this policy please feel free to let me know.

Always is subject to change

Throughout the year

See the Classroom Night

Wednesday, April 22nd, 7pm

School

This is an event for the parents and children in my classroom. Here is a chance to see what your children has to begun to do and will be doing throughout the year in the classroom. Students are welcome to come and they can give you a tour of their 3rd grade classroom. Snacks and drinks will be available. I hope to see you all there and cannot wait to meet you!

Contact Me

If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact me through any of these listed or our classroom app.