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Mrs. Rioux

 

 

 

                                         Welcome to 3rd Grade!!!!!

 

Welcome to my page!  You will find a schedule of weekly homework assignments, classroom expectations, upcoming projects and events, and news from the classroom. 

  • I hope you find this site useful.  Please email me right away with any problems. please contact me by clicking here:  Mrs. Rioux

     

                                               
 

 HOMEWORK PAGE- week of Dec- 2-Dec 6

    Monday    Tuesday  Wednesday        Thursday          Friday

                     

  MATH

   place value

        adding to thousands

 

place value to thoushands

 

 

 

READING/LA

weekly reader

 fact/opinion

         phonics

       

  

                  

                                

 

SOCIAL STUDIES

SCIENCE

         

 

OTHER

study spelling  study spelling words  study spelling  study spelling words  

 


 

 Daily Schedule

8:30-Students enter. Pledge and morning work

9:00-math

10:00-snack

10:15-Reading/Language arts

11:25-special (Mon-music,Tues-gym,Wed-art,Thur-enrichment,Fri-library

12:10-lunch

12:40-recess

1:15- social studies or science

2:00- writing

2:40-cursive/ssr/read aloud

3:15-students gather their belongings

  


 

 

 

                                                    Mrs. Rioux’s Classroom Rules

                         

Rules are necessary to ensure a safe and protected environment where your child may come to learn without fear.  Routines and procedures are set in place so your child may participate successfully in all classroom activities and to ensure more on-task time and fewer disruptions.

CLASSROOM EXPECTATIONS

 1.              Raise your hand and wait to be called on.

2.              Follow directions the first time they are given.

3.              Be respectful and kind to everyone in the classroom.

4.              Use appropriate language and voice level in the classroom.

5.              No talking when someone else is speaking or sharing.

 

REWARDS

 

Good notes home (random)   Praise (daily)                    Smiles (daily)                   

Movies (monthly)              Extra center time (weekly)   

Pizza parties                    Prizes/candy (daily)                    

Extra-recess (weekly)          Free- time passes (random)   Sit with a friend (random)

Stickers (daily)                 

 

         I appreciate your cooperation and understanding of the rules set in place for this year.  I feel we will have a successful year together.  My ultimate goal is for the students to take responsibility for their actions and to achieve self-discipline.  I want to teach responsibility and create a learning environment. 

         

          


                            

TIPS FOR PARENTS

 

Lunch/Snack

 

  •  The students are given a time in the morning for a snack. Please make sure your child has a healthy snack packed in their lunch.
  •  Homework needs to completed on a daily basis.  There are usually no homework assignments given on Friday, but occasionally, your child my need to study for a quiz or a test over the weekend.    I suggest having a nice quiet spot to do homework and complete the assignments as soon as you get home.  Homework must be written in the agenda on a daily basis.  Homework assignments, as well as upcoming tests , are posted in the classroom. 

 

Organization/Agendas

  • CHECK AGENDAS EVERY DAY TO MAKE SURE YOUR CHILD IS WRITING EVERYTHING DOWN.  THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT.
  •  You can expect your child to use their agenda daily.  They will use these agendas to write down their homework daily and to write down long-term assignments. Please check the agendas regularly to be certain assignments are recorded on a daily basis.  Agendas also serve as a great communication tool if you need to communicate with a teacher on a daily or weekly basis. 

 

How can we help each other?

  •  Your children will have about 30 minutes of homework each night.  Plan a place that the homework can be done without distractions from electronics of all sorts.  For some families, this might be the kitchen table, for others, a desk in the bedroom.  Children have varying degrees of independence and need varying amounts of support on assignments.  You may need to adjust expectations to meet the needs of your child.
  • Communication—our faculty members can be reached at school and via e-mail.  It is almost always helpful for teachers to know if there is a problem as soon as possible.  Teachers should be alerted to incidents such as bullying, melt-downs over homework assignments, and the like in a timely way.  

 

 


                                                       Holiday Fair December 6th

 

The 4th Grade SPICE kids are having a mitten/hat drive. Please consider donating new mittens/gloves.

The 3rd Grade will be hosting a cookie/juice table. Please consider stopping by the Holiday Fair.