Sweet Tea & Croissants
Mrs. Oswalt & Mme. Scott
Week of May 2nd...
Also looking at skills needed to conduct research with our research book clubs. Students should be able to apply skills taught from lessons for their check-in assessments.
Writing: Review of narrative and information/text dependent writing genres. Creative poetry writing.
SC History: Newspaper 21 test on Tuesday. Newspaper 22: Students will explain South Carolinians' interactions with and access to natural resources in our state.
Math: Chapter 14: Area. Quiz 14.5-14.10 on Wednesday 5/4 and Test Topic 14 on Friday 5/6. Ice Cream tests are Tuesday 5/3- 9's and Thursday 5/5- 4's.
Science: Surviving in Habitats (chapter 1, Lesson 4). Please study the vocabulary and handouts in the interactive notebook daily and Quizlet (coming soon).
This and That...
***Way to go Third Grade Mustangs! We are so proud of our third graders and the effort they showed on their state assessments this week. They were definitely ready to tackle the SC Ready test. We look forward to finishing out our third grade year being even more prepared for fourth grade as we continue our learning together. We have a solid foundation upon which to build over these next few weeks ahead!
***From Strawbridge Photography Studios: Please return any unpaid photo packages from the photo sessions. Spring pictures are also due! Keep what you buy and return those you don't. Thank you!
***Reminder that we are continuing with Ice Cream Multiplication facts on Tuesday and Thursdays through the remainder of the year! Let's build those sundaes! :)
5/3 Interims reports issued (mid-4th 9 weeks)
5/5 Third Grade South Carolina Day
5/9 Boosterthon Pep Rally - Fundraiser Kick off!
5/12 Chick Fil-A Restaurant Day 6:30 a.m. -10:00 p.m.
5/23 Spring Chorus performance - 6:30 p.m.
5/24 Groucho's/MES night
5/27 3rd grade "x" ice cream celebration (more details soon); Spirit day; Chick Fil A biscuits
5/30 Memorial Day holiday - no school
6/1 11:00 a.m. dismissal (no lunch served); Report cards issued
6/2 Last day of school, class celebrations - 11:00 a.m. dismissal
21st Character Skills
- Reflective Listening
- Problem Solving
Please let us know if you see your child demonstrating any of these skills at home. We love to acknowledge them at school too!
Technology use with students
Reading Counts App
Site ID: h100002001
(Located under settings; click on SRC app on left side)
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