Notices for week of April 24th:
**May lunch forms are due this week.
**Gym is Tuesday.
**Please send in your child's registration form for next year if you haven't done so already.
**Summer Fun School registrations are being accepted. This program begins on June 19th!
** Friday is a N.U.T. day. If your child will be participating, please send him/her in with $1.
** Tests this week include: Social Studies and Math on Thursday. Religion, Reading, and Spelling on Friday.
Daily Homework: Monday 4/24
Math: p 263 #12, 13, 14 and p 264 #11 and 12
Reading: worksheet complete one side only ( p 134A highlighted side)
Spelling: 3 xs each all 24 words
Students are expected to be kind and respectful of one another at all times. Instances of injustice, lack of respect will be addressed immediately by me. Oftentimes, in less serious matters, I will encourage a student to attempt to advocate for him/herself. If they are unable to resolve the situation on their own, I will intervene.
Class participation is highly encouraged; it demonstrates understanding of the lessons being taught. If a student would like to answer a question during a lesson or share a story, he/she must raise his/her hand. Students need to get into the habit of raising their hands to share any information with the class. This allows everyone the chance to speak and be heard.
Grade 3 is the first year at Cheverus Catholic School that a student receives letter grades on their report cards for each subject. A student's average grades are based on his/her classwork, homework, quiz and test grades. Visit the Parent Handbook to see the grading scale for our school.
Homework is given on a daily basis. Typically students will have assignments in 3 subjects. These subjects will vary day to day. Practicing math facts is something your child should be doing every night in addition to their regular homework. Weekend homework is given occasionally if a student has not finished his/her work in class that week or if there is a test on Monday.
Each Friday your child will be sent home with his/her Friday Folder. Inside the folder you will see graded assignments that have been corrected from the previous week. Please look over the papers with your child, keep the papers at home, sign the sheet inside the folder, and send back the folder with your child on Monday.
Birthdays are a special occasion and celebrations are welcomed. You may send in a special treat with your child to give out at snack time to the class. Please make sure the treat has no nut products to insure the safety of any student who may have a nut allergy.
Absences and missed work:
If your child is absent and you would like to pick up his/her missed work that day, please send me an email in the morning so I can gather the work and send it to the office. If you are unable to pick up the work, your child will receive a packet of all missed assignments when he/she returns to school. Children will be instructed as to when the assignments are due.