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Incoming Third Grade Summer Reading Project  

May Student of the Month  

Congratulations to Mia Vangerud who was chosen as our May Student of the Month! Mia was treated to lunch with Mr. Siegel on Thursday May 231st. Way to go Mia!


Below is what a typical homework schedule in 3T looks like:

Mon- math page

Tues- math journal

Wed-math page

Thurs- math journal

Reading log 20 mins per night Mon-Fri

Math fact log- 25 min. practice over the course of one week




June 1st- JK band visit- Wear red for American Heart Association

June 5th I'll Stand Up For You shirts 

June 6th Class trip- arrive by 7:30 am    Be sure to bring a disposbale brown bag lunch- no peanut products please- wear sneakers and your Parkview t-shirt

June 8th- Walk to JK   Be sure to bring a disposable brown bag lunch- Wear blue for World Ocean Day

June 13th Walk to JK- Be sure to bring a disposable brown bag lunch- wear sneakers

June 15th Sunglass Day

June 21, 22, 25    1/2 Days

June 25th Last Day of School


Incoming third grade supply list  

Third Grade Supply List

  • pack of broad tipped markers: 8ct

  • #2 Dixon-Ticonderoga  pencils pre-sharpened 24 ct

  • 2 pink medium sized erasers

  • scissors

  • 4 large glue sticks

  • 6 spiral notebooks( blue, orange, purple, red, green, black)

  • 1 container of Clorox wipes

  • 6 pocket folders (laminated or heavy duty if possible, and same color as notebooks)

  • 2 red pens

  • 24 count crayons

  • 1 pack dry erase markers and eraser

  • 1 pack of colored pencils

  • 1 pack of sticky notes 3x3

  • 1 pack of looseleaf

  • clear contact paper: this will be used at home to cover math and reading workbooks

Books on line  

Just a reminder that your child's math, reading, and science books are available online.  Passwords were sent home in Sept, along with at Back to School Night.  These books can be very helpful if you are having a hard time with homework, especially math, since it has the daily math video that the kids watch in class.  Re-watching this video may help.