Please bring in a cereal box tomorrow!
–Scholastic Book Fair, Monday-Wednesday,
September 18th-20th (Media Center),
8:30 AM-4 PM (closed 11:30 AM-12:30 PM)
–Family Fun Night, Airtime Trampoline and Game Park (Westland), Friday, September 22nd
A peek to next week:
–Picture Day, Thursday, September 28th
–Popcorn Friday, September 29th
- Thank you for such a great turn out at our Open House. We had 22 families sign up for conferences!! Do not worry if you did not there is still space. Just let me know and I will share with you my openings and we can set up a day and time. I will also be sending out reminders closer to the date.
- A quick note from the office: all and any checks written to the school have to be made out to Dearborn Public Schools and not Lindbergh School.
- Please check to ensure your background check is still good. They are good for 3 years and this is the year they begin to expire. It takes a few weeks for the process to be completed. Depending how many there are it could take longer. If you take care of this ASAP it will be helpful when field trip(s) arise. You will NOT be able to attend if you do not have your background check completed for safety reasons. Thank you for your understanding.
- Thank you to all of you who purchased things for our classroom, extra supplies, Kleenex, books for our class library.
Spelling – Last week we did a practice each day of what our spelling lessons would look like. We will continue this week with words that have long and short i. Next week I will be introducing content area words. Please pay attention to the spelling section of your child’s planner, you will find their words there.
Math – We are exploring numbers in Math. We will eventually move into a Math workshop approach where students will move from one activity to another.
CAFE/Daily 5 – We talked about Read to Self, Work on Writing and Word Work
Reading –We talked about the three ways to read a book, Good Fit books and worked on building stamina during read to self.
We will continue to build stamina and add another Daily 5 strategy to our day.
Social Studies – We will begin this week with Learning about the Geography of Michigan
Science – Force and Motion is our first unit. We will also begin that this week
Spelling- We are reviewing long and short /i/ words.
As well as listening to each child read this week, we will begin taking the NWEA.
Open House this Thursday 6:-7:30! We will have conference sign up in the room so be sure to come! Book Fair will be going on then as well!
We will be visiting the Book Fair Thursday at 1:00 so your child will be coming home with a list of books they are interested in. Books can also be purchased during school.
Please check your child’s planner nightly!
Thank you and I look forward to seeing you at Open House!
Welcome to Room 209!
Israel A. Lillian K.
Kamyl A. Savanah L.
Alora B. Elijah L.
Zoey B. Zachary L.
Zaina C. Abdallah M.
Annabelle C. Katherine M.
Zainab H. Brendan M.
Rookaya H. Amina M.
Ariyanah H. Abbas O.
Fatima J. Wade S.
Yasmeen J. Kayla S.
Kassem K. Charlie W.
Naveen K. Malek Z.
I look forward to meeting all of you on Tuesday and I am excited to have you in my class!
Have a great weekend and be ready for an awesome school year!
3rd Grade Supply List
Students will not be using Trapper Keepers in the fall.
The school will initially provide pocket folders, pencils, pens, highlighters, lined paper, glue sticks, and dry erase markers to all third graders. If you would like to purchase supplies these would be welcomed. Other than the box of tissue you child will be storing their own supplies.
Not Supplied by school is
- a soft cloth or a piece of felt to wipe dry erase
- a box of tissue
- 1 inch soft cover 3 ring binder
- 1 inch white clear front view panel 3 ring binder
- Pencil box for extra supplies that will be stored in their locker
- If your last name begins with these initials please donate box of inexpensive;
snack bags A-H
sandwich bags I-R
gallon bags S-Z
Supplied by school.
- a wide ruled spiral notebook
- extra pencils #2 and pens (blue, black, and red)
- a low odor, dry erase marker
- a clear 12 inch plastic ruler
- Glue stick
- Markers no larger than a 10 pack
- Crayons no larger than a 24 pack
- Color pencils
- Take home folder
- We can’t emphasize enough the importance of reviewing addition and subtraction of whole numbers up to three digits this summer.
- Students entering third grade should know their multiplication facts.
- Another critical component in preparing for school this fall is reading and writing. Set a goal with your child of them reading and writing (daily) several hours per week.