3rd Grade Newsletter
Monday November 16th-Friday November 27th, 2020
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Multiplication Virtual Outing
Quarter 2 Writing Work Sample
For the Quarter 2 Writing Work Sample, students will be answering a question based on the Critical Skills Assignment in Unit 4, Lesson 15 of the ELA course. You will not be submitting the entire assignment for the Writing Sample, you will be answering a question in addition to the assignment. Please click here to watch a video explaining the assignment and see the directions in the Seesaw assignment for more information. We will be working on this in class during the week of November 16th and it will be due uploaded to Seesaw by Tuesday, November 24th by 5:00 pm.
We are continuing to work on multiplication in our OLS lessons and math classes. As multiplication is an essential and foundational math skill, it is important that students are working on their multiplication facts daily. If you do not already, start setting aside 15-20 minutes each day to work on your multiplication facts! Check out the links below for some resources to help with multiplication!
Exact Path & MindPlay
Science Fun with Ms. Monday
Tips & Tricks for a Successful School Year
- Class connect attendance is extremely important in addition to completing online coursework. Please prioritize attending class every day and email all teachers if you know you are going to be absent. Communicate with your homeroom teacher about any scheduling conflicts.
- Create a family schedule to stay on track with all students' class connects.
- Come to class prepared. Be sure to eat, use the restroom, do chores, etc. before or after class connects. Log in to class a few minutes early to be ready to start on time.
- Stay on track each day by following the Bison On-Track Calendar.
- All assignments require 80% mastery in order to be marked complete. Click here to watch a video showing how to retake an assessment. If you run out of attempts, contact your homeroom teacher.
- Watch recordings of any missed class connects. Click here to see how to access recordings.
- Clear out browser cache, cookies, and history daily to ensure that your computer runs smoothly with Newrow. Click here for instructions. Shut down your computer each night.
Important Upcoming Dates
- November 24th: Quarter 2 Writing Work Sample Due Uploaded to Seesaw
- November 24th: Virtual Outing-Alternate Schedule
- November 25th-27th: Thanksgiving Break
- December 1st- 4th: NWEA Testing LIVE in Classes-Alternate Schedule
- December 16th: Last Day of 2nd Quarter; All Work Completed by 5:00 PM
- December 17th-18th: No School-Teacher Work Days
- December 21st: Winter Break Starts
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