Presentation on theme: "WELCOME Mrs. Granger 3rd Grade August 15, 2013. All About Mrs. Granger *I am originally from Ozark * I graduated from Auburn University *I moved to Enterprise."— Presentation transcript:
All About Mrs. Granger *I am originally from Ozark * I graduated from Auburn University *I moved to Enterprise in 2006 *I’ve been married for 7 years *I have a 4 year old daughter named Caroline and a 6 month old son named Clay. *I am beginning my 8 th year at Hillcrest *I taught 4 th grade for 2 years in Lee County
My Philosophy I believe all students can learn. My mission is to provide a quality education in a comfortable and supportive environment with high expectations of success for all. I strive to be sensitive to the individual needs and various learning styles of all my students.
Rules and Consequences RULES 1. Be Respectful 2. Be Prepared 3. Be Mindful 4. Be Responsible 5. Be Courteous CONSEQUENCES 1.Sticker on Prize Chart (100/A) 2.Verbal Warning (95/A) 3.Conference with Student (85/B) 4.Note is sent home (75/C) 5.Solitary lunch (65/D) 6. Visit to the principal’s office (59/F) Severe Disruption- Sent immediately to Principal Try to stay on GREEN!
Daily Schedule 8:00-8:10Homeroom/Character Ed 8:10-9:00Reading Whole Group 9:00-9:45P.E. 9:45-10:00Snack 10:00-10:45Reading Small Group 10:45-11:15Reading Tier 2 11:15-11:45Language Arts 11:45-12:19Lunch
Daily Schedule 12:25-1:05Reading Whole Group Math Whole Group with Miss Shroades 1:05-1:50Reading Small Group Math Small Group with Miss Shroades 1:50-2:20 Reading Tier 2 Math Tier 2 with Miss Shroades 2:20-2:40Language Arts Science/Social Studies with Miss Shroades 2:45-3:00Prepare to dismiss
Reading & Language Arts Wonders Whole Group & Small Group Instruction: Weekly Test on comprehension skills and strategies Limited Tests on Weekly Selection Grammar/Writing incorporated with reading
Math Investigations oStudents will change classes. oThere may not be homework every night. Please check for it! oMath Journals oSupport students to make sense of mathematics and learn that they can be mathematical thinkers oFocus on computational fluency with whole numbers
Science and Social Studies Comprehension Tool-Kit Aligned with reading Covers the ALCOS Hands-on Activities
Homework Math Spelling –Monday- ABC order –Tuesday- 3 times each –Wednesday- 10 sentences –Thursday- Take TEST! Reading Homework should ONLY take 20-30 minutes per evening in 3 rd grade. If your child is taking longer please let me know!
Grades READING Comprehension/ Skills/Vocabulary GRAMMAR/WRITING DOL Skills Test Writing SPELLING Spelling & Dictation Test
Grades MATH Class Participation Written Assessments SCIENCE/SOCIAL STUDIES Worksheets Study Guides Experiments/Projects Tests S, N, and U’s HANDWRITING/MUSIC/ART/PE S, N, and U’s
Ways to Help Come visit our class and have lunch Read to the class Send in supplies* Help with parties Go on field trips Clerical work in classroom Purchase books
SAVE BOX TOPS and LABELS FOR EDUCATION Cut out box tops from everyday household items to earn money for classroom supplies Each box top is worth 10 cents Notice the expiration date
Bring Your Own Device oConnect 2 Learn oWe will start after Labor Day oOnly on Fridays at first oDonate old smart phones
Communication Communication is vital to your child ’ s success! Ways to keep in touch: *A written note *Conferences *Phone calls *Teacher webpage click hereclick here *E-mail email@example.com
Reminders * Review your child’s Homework Sheet each night. *Sign and return Wednesday Folders by Friday. *Read polished page and study VOC every night.
Questions or Concerns? firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
THANK YOU!THANK YOU! Thank you so much for coming tonight!