3rd Grade Newsletter

Week of 9/2-9/6

Upcoming Events

8/30 until 9/17 - Big Kahuna Fundraiser

Monday, September 2: Labor Day (No School)

Tuesday, September 4: Boy Scout Assembly at 7:40

Friday, September 6: Loved Ones Lunch for Grandparents' Day; 3rd grade is from 12:30-1:00

Wednesday, September 11: Colors for Caring

Tuesday, September 17: ROE Rocks! Parent Night

Monday, October 7: Fair Day (No School)

Tuesday, October 8: Staff Day (No School for Students)

Big picture

Get connected to Class Dojo so you don't miss a thing! Contact your child's homeroom teacher if you have any questions about getting connected! SHOUT OUT to Mrs. Inman's Homeroom for having 100% of parents connected!


Our lunchtime is from 12:15-12:45 every day. Please remember that if you bring food, you may only share this with your child.

Fridays are jean days with a Hawk spirit shirt. Woohoo!

We love celebrating birthdays! If you would like to send something for your child to share with the class for his or her birthday (cupcakes, etc.), please remember that we celebrate at the end of the day with store-bought treats. Please drop off any birthday items at the front office, and we will celebrate as a class at the end of the day!

In order to promote high attendance, we will be spelling out the word ATTENDANCE. Each day that our class has 100% attendance a letter will be added. When the whole word is spelled out, we will celebrate. We will also have a school-wide prize for the grade level with the highest attendance. Please help us reach our goal in 3rdgrade!

FOCUS of the Week

ELAR: I can demonstrate and apply spelling knowledge by spelling words using knowledge of syllable division such as VCCV.

I can generate questions before, during, and after reading.

I can prove my answers by using text evidence from the story.

I can plan a first draft.

Math: I can compose and decompose numbers up to 100,000 using place value disk with a place value chart in standard, word form, expanded form, and expanded notation. I can compare and order numbers up to six digits long.

Social Studies: I can identify why people start communities. I can identify how people meet their needs within a community.

Science: I can describe how a change in states of matter might happen with heating or cooking.

Contact us!

Conference Time: 8:30-9:15

Mrs. Ramirez: Math jennifer.ramirez@redoakisd.org

Mrs. Aitken: ELAR brea.aitken@redoakisd.org

Mr. Webster: Science, Social Studies wayne.webster@redoakisd.org

Ms. Garcia: Reading, Writing, Science april.garcia@redoakisd.org

Mrs. Inman: Math, Social Studies elyse.inman@redoakisd.org

Red Oak Elementary Phone: 972.617.3523