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Third: Daniela Dubovici





March 18, 2019


Practice multiplication tables every day!

Read 20 minutes a day!


March 19th – Dress Out Day – wear red for St. Joseph Day

March 20th –  Field Trip to the Landmark Theater

  • Bring a bag lunch to school as we are going to return after 12:00


Religion: Unit 3, Lesson 7

We are going to read and discuss the story of creation. Students will learn that everything good on earth was created by God and that caring for resources of the environment is something that we can all do every day.


Math: Chapter 12- Fractions

In this chapter students will be introduced to fractions. They will learn to identify fractions as a whole or parts of the set and as location on a number line. We will use models and diagrams to explore this concept.  Check Progress Quiz – Friday, March 22nd. Mad Minute packet is due Friday, March 22nd.


ELA: Unit 5, Week 2

We are continuing to work on Unit 5, Week 2. We will have a vocabulary/ comprehension test on Thurs. , March 21st. Please study vocabulary words listed below and reread the story Bravo, Tavo!

Essential Question: How can we reuse what we already have?

Genre: realistic fiction, expository text

Vocabulary: gaze, conservation, discouraged, frustration, jubilant, recycling, remaining, tinkered

Grammar: subject and object pronoun

Spelling: inflectional endings – ed, -ing, -s

names, named, naming, hopes, hoped, hoping, dances, danced, dancing, drops, dropped, dropping, wraps, wrapped, wrapping, basketball, airplane, birthday, driving, traded

Reading for this week: Charlotte’s Web – chapters 16-18. Charlotte’s Web packet chapters 16-18 due Friday, March 22nd. 

Social Studies:  Unit 5- Many Cultures, One Country

We will continue learning about people, heritage, and culture. Students will be assigned to research one country from their heritage. Students will use the Heritage and Country Research Organizer to fill in the information and answer the questions.

Science: Chapter 6 – Using Earth’s Resources

We are finishing up soil and moving on to learn about fossils and fuels. Students will discover how fossils and energy are related and how fossils form.


Our Specials for Each Week:

Monday: Art & Music

Tuesday: PE

Wednesday: Technology & Music

Thursday: PE

Friday: Library/Spanish




2018-2019 Supply List Grade 3

1 subject notebook (1 of each) – Purple, Blue, Green, Red
1 red folder (plastic works best)
1 folder of choice (any color or design)

1 Composition Notebook (can be marble or any design)

Wide-ruled loose leaf paper (we won’t be using this right away but they will need it as the year progresses)
Ruler (with inches and centimeters)

Lots of #2 Pencils – Yellow only please (the others tend to get stuck in the sharpener)

Colored pencils

Hand sharpener

1 Highlighter any color


Glue (can be bottle or stick)

3 boxes of tissues

3 package of baby wipes

Crayon box (box or pouch)

 1 set of 4 White board markers (any color)

1 pair of headphones 



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St. Joseph School
89 E Genesee St
Auburn, NY 13021
Fax: (315) 253-2401
Mary Jo Keba, Principal
Fr. Tim Niven, Chaplain
Fr. Frank Lioi, Chaplain
Carlo Stebbings, Director Faith Formation
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