Reading: Story: - Aero and Officer Mike- non-fiction
Focus Skill: Fact & Opinion
Focus Strategy: Reread
Grammar: Common & Proper Nouns
Fluency: Practice fluency passages that come home and return them to school each day.
Mr. Bilyeu & Ms. Meszaros: Lesson 1 – Looking at a Community – Vocabulary: types of communities – rural, suburban, and urban; transportation; scale; culture; national park; volunteer; citizen; pollution --- Places to know: Sacramento, California / New Orleans, Louisiana / Bothell, Washington / Rochester, Indiana / Cuajimalpa, Mexico / Mexico City, Mexico
Mrs. Hepner: Study Guide for Chapter 2 was sent home.
Special Note: On Monday, Oct. 26th, the students who purchased special privileges with their school money at the end of the 9 weeks will be redeeming their coupons for what they purchased. If your child purchased the IPOD day, or Electronic Game, they are allowed to bring these to school on Monday. The students who purchased a movie will be watching their movie in the afternoon, and if they purchased a snack or drink ticket, they are allowed to bring in a snack or drink on Monday.
READING ACROSS AMERICA PROGRAM:
Students need to turn in reading charts on Tuesdays.
Ms. Meszaros: Chris Matos, Julia Thornley, Skylar Wicks
2nd Destination Mr. Bilyeu: Molly Baker, Grace Dotson, Emily Eltrevoog, Nathan Hawk, Gareth Kent, Christian Stefaniak
Mr. Bilyeu: Molly Baker, Emily Eltrevoog, Olivia Mettille, Maddy Mott, Jennie Paulsen, Sophie Shanks
Ms. Meszaros: Jalen Nelsen, Brittany Alsvig, Kora Pernitzke, Rebekah Chapman, Julia Thornley, Skylar Wicks
Mrs. Hepner: Gillian Culbreth, Megan Neimann, Christina Klusek, Caitlyn Potter, Blake Woodard, Isaac Crawford
Gobble! Gobble! The 3rd grade will have a Thanksgiving Feast on Tuesday, November 24th at lunchtime. At parent/teacher conferences, we will be asking you if you plan to attend, and what you could bring or send in with your child for the feast. If you have already had your conference, we will send home a note.