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Title: Welcome to Open House! September 15th, 2010 Third Grade


1
Welcome to Open House! September 15th,
2010 Third Grade
  • Mrs. Morriss Class

2
Classroom Management
  • There are 4 possible colors each day
  • Ocean of Good Behavior Green, good behavior all
    day
  • Yellow- 1 warning for behavior
  • Blue- 2 warnings for behavior, 5 minute time out
  • Red- 3 warnings for behavior, 10 minute time out,
    yellow slip/ red slip, parent contact
  • Assignment notebooks need to be checked daily and
    signed only if your student is not on green

3
Panther Paw Rooms
  • Students will be given a panther paw when they
    are seen doing something good or being a good
    role model to their classmates. They may save up
    their paws to pay to get into one of the fun
    Panther Paw rooms on Panther Paw Friday (3rd
    Friday of every month)

4
Specials Schedule
  • P.E. Monday and Wednesday- Be sure your student
    wears P.E. friendly shoes to school
  • Music Tuesday and Thursday
  • Library Friday
  • Computer Friday
  •  

5
Thursday Folders
  • Thursday folders are sent home with notes,
    newsletters and graded homework every Thursday.
    All papers, unless otherwise noted, are yours to
    keep.

6
Lunch drop offs
  • All lunches must be dropped off by 1100 daily

7
School Visitors
  • If you need to enter the school building for any
    reason, you will be asked to go to door 1 (the
    main door). Students and staff are not permitted
    to let parents or other adults into the building.
    This is for our safety and we thank you for your
    understanding.
  • All visitors must also stop at the office, sign
    in and receive a visitors pass. Adults without
    a pass will be asked to go to the office to
    obtain one.

8
School Start Time
  • School begins at 830. Students who arrive after
    835 are considered tardy and must stop by the
    office to get a tardy pass. Please do your best
    to drop your child off by 820.
  • If students are consistently tardy or absent,
    Mrs. Prentiss and Mrs. DeMar plan on doing home
    visits

9
Homework
  • Students will receive a homework 4 days a week.
    There is no homework on Fridays. Homework is a
    review of the days lessons and should be able to
    be done fairly independently. Homework is graded
    on completion and makes up 20 of their grade
  • Students should also be read to/ read at least 30
    minutes a night
  • Book It
  • Spelling Lists and some homework will be
    available on Mrs. Morriss Webpage
  • D131.org ?elementary schools?Hermes?Teacher
    pages?Morris, Karen?downloads

10
Math
  • We have begun a new series this year in math. It
    is called Envision, and it is full of some very
    cool activities. You can also access the entire
    student book, along with e-tools and reteaching
    lessons. Some of the information is even
    available in Spanish. If your student forgets
    their homework and they have on-line access,
    students may complete the independent practice
    instead and turn that in.
  • Please look in the newsletter for ways to
    practice the different skills with your student

11
Reading
  • We will be reading out of the reading series.
    These are stories that students will be able to
    read on their own and get harder as the year goes
    on
  • We are using the Daily 5-5 sessions of 20 min
    each in which students will Read to Self, Read to
    Someone, Listen to Reading, Word Work and Writing
  • Students will need HEADPHONES
  • Individual student reading conferences begin in
    October
  • Students are expected to read 30 minutes a night
  • Book-It will start in October-students can earn a
    free pizza for reading
  • Book Orders are a great way to get low cost, 3rd
    grade books for your student
  •  

12
Science/Social Studies
  • We will study different units of Science and
    Social Studies throughout the year. They include
    Government, Economics, The Environment, Maps,
    World Cultures, etc.

13
PTO
  • What can YOU do to help our school? Join the
    PTO- the Parent Teacher Organization. Through
    the PTO, we can raise money for different school
    improvements, items for our classrooms, and
    improve the school for our students. We NEED
    you!! Please sign up today!

14
Birthdays
  • Students will celebrate their birthdays on the
    stated day. Birthdays that fall over Winter and
    Spring break will be celebrated when students
    return. Birthdays that fall over summer break
    will be celebrated at the end of the year.
    Birthdays are celebrated at 215. They are
    welcome to bring a snack or parents/guardians may
    bring a snack and celebrate with us. Snacks must
    be Peanut Free. Acceptable snacks include-
  • Skittles
  • Starburst
  • Suckers
  • Licorice
  • Wrapped Hard Candy
  • NO CUPCAKES PLEASE (they are processed in a
    place that also processes peanuts)

15
Water Bottles
  • Water Bottles
  • Students may bring a water bottle that have a pop
    up sports cap
  • They will be allowed to fill them once per day

16
Video Games
  • I would like to ask you to please monitor the
    ratings on the games your students may be
    playing. I attended a seminar by a leading brain
    researcher regarding the effect of video games on
    childrens developing brains. Video games that
    involve solving a problem or a puzzle can enhance
    brain development. Violent video games (Call of
    Duty, Halo, Grand Theft Auto, etc) have actually
    been shown to be damaging to developing brains.
    Violent video games have also been shown to
    increase behavior problems in students. I have
    personally seen the effects of these games over
    the years.
  • Students of this age should be playing/watching
    games that are rated
  • EC (Early Childhood), E (Everyone), and possibly
    10 E
  • Ratings to Avoid
  • T (teen), M (mature), AO (adults only)

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18
  • Time for a Scavenger Hunt!
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