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General Information

Mrs. Hildebrand- 3rd grade

Hildy pic.jpgYou can send me an e-mail by clicking the small envelope next to my name below.  I can also be reached at extension 30. If you get into the answering system please leave me a message.

 

 

**Sending me an email will be the best way to get in touch with me.  You can send me an email by clicking the small envelope next to my name below.   Please be aware that most days, I only check email before/after school and during afternoon plan time.  If it is something urgent, please call the front office.

Daily Schedule

 

 

7:50-8:00      Attendance/School Announcements/Planners 

8:00-8:30      Morning Meeting

8:30-9:30      Math

9:30-9:40     Wild Words  

9:40-9:55      Recess

10:00-11:00    Reading

11:00-11:20   Writing

11:20-11:40    Recess

11:40-12:00    Lunch

12:00-12:40    Writing continued

12:45-1:25     Maroon-Music/White-P.E./Gold-Art

1:25-2:10      Science/Social Studies

2:10-2:25      Recess 

2:25-2:50      Cursive/Spelling/End of Day Routines

Scholastic Book Club

Class Code - Q8VTH

 

 

Dear Families,

 

This month’s Scholastic Reading Club flyers are now available! Please take a few moments to explore the selection together and let your child help choose books he or she is excited to read.

 

You can order online at scholastic.com/readingclub, where you’ll find a wide selection of quality children’s books that are just right for your child’s reading level and interests. Or return your paper order form to me with a check made out to “Scholastic Reading Club.”

 

Remember, you help our class earn FREE Books and supplies with every order. Thank you for supporting your child’s reading both at home and in the classroom!

 

Mrs. Hildebrand

 

PS: Please let me know if your order includes a gift for your child, and I will contact you when it arrives!

 

First Time Ordering Online?

  • Go to scholastic.com/readingclub
  • Enter our one-time Class Activation Code.
  • Shop and submit your child's book order.
  • Your books will be delivered directly to the classroom. 

Report Card Grade Scale

A report card is not a judgment of your child's worth as an individual. It does not measure the delight he or she gives, the humor in those young eyes, or the hope for tomorrow. It measures only one aspect of a young life with so much untried potential. After only a few years of life we cannot judge their lives to be successes nor failures at anything. Please look at your child's report card with love and acceptance of how things are right now. Give it only the importance of the moment - notice and point out the good and positive, emphasize what your child is doing right and build on that to improve what needs improving. Young developing egos are fragile - handle with care and nourish all that your child is and can be.

 

90%-100%=       4  Excellent

77%-89%=         3  Good

56%-76%=         2  Progressing

55% and below= 1  Improvement Needed

 

REPORT CARD DEFINITIONS

4(E) = Excellent:  The student works independently and shows a consistent  display of  strength in this area.

3(G) =Good:  The student works independently and is making appropriate gains.

2(P) = Progressing: The student is doing what is expected and is making gains but is not fully independent in this area.

1(I) =Improvement Needed:  There is a significant discrepancy between the student’s work or actions and what is expected.

  / = not evaluated

Important Dates

 

August 13th- Ice Cream Social @ 3:45pm

August 15th-First Day of School @ 7:50am

August 27th-Back to School Night @ 6pm

September 2nd-Labor Day/No School 

 

Superhero of the Week

 All week long the “Superhero of the Week” will have special privileges.  Please help your child prepare for his/her week by helping him/her find pictures to post and by thinking about the answers to the interview questions.

 

Monday

  • Bring in 5-10 pictures (family/pets/vacation/other) to post on our “Superhero of the Week” bulletin board.

  • Remember:  You are line leader this week!

Tuesday

  • Class interview today. Please fill out “A Few Things About Me” worksheet to share with the class.

Friday

  • Bring in 2-4 items to share with the class that are special to you.

  • Class compliment circle



Interview Questions:

  1. Who is your favorite superhero?  Why?

  2. What is your favorite television show?

  3. What is your hobby?  What do you enjoy doing outside of school?

  4. Share a favorite memory with friends.

  5. What is your favorite song?

  6. What do you want to be when you grow up?

  7. What is your favorite book?  Why?

  8. What are you really good at?

  9. Share a favorite memory with family.

  10. If you could have a wish what would you wish for?

Math Grand Prix

Math is Fun Graphing

Morning Snack

Snacks:  This is an important item in third grade because students arrive at school by 7:50 am and they don't eat lunch until 11:40 am.  Eight-year-olds get very hungry when they are working hard!  Students are allowed to enjoy one healthy snack during the morning as needed.

Notes