Presentation on theme: "Welcome to THIRD GRADE Curriculum Night!. ATTENDANCE The school day is from 7:50-3:00. The earliest students may be dropped off is 7:15. Third Graders."— Presentation transcript:
ATTENDANCE The school day is from 7:50-3:00. The earliest students may be dropped off is 7:15. Third Graders arriving early to school will go to the gym until 7:45 when teachers pick students up. At 7:50 students are considered tardy. A written note must be sent to school upon a student’s return to school.
*Please send a note with your child if they are going home any way that is different from their normal routine. *Without a note stating changes, we must send the child home the normal way. *The office must be notified by 2:30 if there are changes in the way your child will be going home. The office will notify the teachers. *Because your child’s safety is our #1 priority, car riders will not be released at dismissal without a BLUE card.
Things In My Backpack: 1. Young Elementary “Take-home” Folder 2. Planner/behavior log (review with your child and initial nightly) 3. S.O.A.R. Positive Behavior Support plan 4. library books on their level 5. possible homework Make sure that your child is reading nightly.
Following classroom and school rules S.O.A.R. PBS Clip Chart System: Green – Good Day! Yellow – Slow Down! Orange – Teacher’s Choice Red – Parent Contact
Assessments: We will be assessing the students throughout the year with Unit Test in Math, Science, and Social Studies. ELA will be tested at the end of each 6 weeks. Checkpoints with spelling, vocabulary and skills test are give each Friday. *We will be assessing beginning, middle, and end of the year with D.R.A. and Star. STAAR State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness Math – April 21, 2015 Reading – April 22, 2015
STAAR Math example: The graph below shows the number of students at different grade levels who brought projects for a science fair. Based on the graph, which statement is true? F A total of 110 students in second grade and fourth grade brought a project. G Exactly 40 fewer fourth-grade students brought a project than third-grade and fifth-grade students combined. H A total of 220 students in these grades brought a project. J Exactly 90 fewer third-grade students brought a project than fourth-grade andfifth-grade students combined.
Released Test Questions www.tea.state.tx.us/student.assessment/staar /test questions/ www.tea.state.tx.us/student.assessment/staar /test questions/ Lead4ward and click STAAR Resources
Figure 3.19 Click on the following link to view: http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/rules/tac/chapter110/1 9_0110_0010-1.pdf
You may send individual treats for your child’s Special Day. We save treats until the end of the day, usually around 2:30. *Healthy snack *Water bottle with sport lid. *You may send your child with his/her own snack or donate class snack for everyone to share. Lunch & Breakfast: * You are welcome to eat lunch with your child. *You may bring lunch to your child. *Lunch is 11:45-12:15 *Breakfast is 7:15 – 7:45