Welcome to Third Grade Izsa All-Stars!. Back to School Night Mrs. Holly Izsa Room 208 2014 – 2015. It is my job to look at each child as an individual who needs to be taught in a way that matches their learning style. My classroom should be a place where
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Back to School Night
Mrs. Holly Izsa
2014 – 2015
NO MORE VOICE MAIL.
Email is the quickest and best way to be in touch.
Please remember to send in a note if there is a change in your child’s dismissal plan! ** (SUBSTITUES)
Any Emergency Messages, please call SBS Main Office
Attendance Line: You must call the attendance line if your child will be late or absent. 973-457-2509 (press 1). Our new system will automatically send you an instant alert at 9:12.
How do we celebrate birthdays?
In third grade we celebrate birthdays with a “no-food” policy. To celebrate your child’s special day your child can choose a book that they can read to our class. Your child will have the opportunity to visit the prize box in Mr. Gardella’s office.
What about our snack time?
A healthy and simple snack is best. Snack time is approximately 10 minutes and it is typically a working snack. As a reminder please send your child’s snack in a separate bag or container. SNACKS MAY NOT BE SHARED!
How can we keep our classroom healthy?
Please keep your child home when they are sick! When in doubt check the guidelines: http://www.chatham-nj.org/Page/5123
All medications must be administered by our nurse and must be “stored” in the nurse’s office. (even cough drops)
Mrs.Donoghue and Mrs. Javello
Please contact them if you are interested in volunteering for special events, holiday parties.
We care about each other and our classroom.
We treat each other the way we all want to be treated.
We share and take turns.
We always try our BEST!!
We help each other and work together.
We know it’s ok to make mistakes and we learn from them.
We think about what is RIGHT and we stop if someone asks us to.
We are the AMAZING IZSA ALL-STARS!!
(Health, P.E. Technology, Music, Art, Library)
English Language Arts- includes reading, writing, speaking, listening, spelling, grammar, handwriting…
Comprehension Club and Good Habits, Great Readers
Lucy Calkins Units of Study +White Books
Spelling / Word Study
Words Their Way
Problem of the Day + Authentic
We follow our curriculum CCSS
Unit 2 Empathy
Unit 3 Emotion Management
Unit 4 Problem Solving
This is our pilot year, many of the lessons included in the program have always been taught in our school, but this is now in a formal and sequential format.
What is the problem?
How could you make your solution better?
What are possible solutions?
Follow your plan and build your solution.
What will your solution look like?
Monday-Spelling in agenda (Parent’s please check)
ELA Journal (Due Friday)
Tuesday- Spelling Sentences
Wednesday- Grammar or reading comprehension
Thursday- Study for Spelling
EVERY NIGHT- READ for 20 minutes
Please check the agenda each night!!
Please be involved with the homework, this will show your child that homework is important to you!