• Welcome to Mrs. Dymond's Third Grade!

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    MISSION: To always strive to be a life-long learner with a kind heart and positive attitude!

    Mrs. Dymond’s Class Constitution

     

    We, the students of Mrs. Dymond’s Third Grade will establish a kind learning environment, by helping others and the teacher.

    Article 1:

    Students will vote for class ambassadors, class t-shirts, class president, parties, events, activities.

    Bill of Rights:

    1. Right to help others and teacher

    2. Right to be kind even when someone is not

    3. Right to speak after raising your hand

    4. Right to listen and respond

    5. Right to be safe and try new things

    6. Right to use tools provided in the classroom

    7. Right to speak a second time when they forget

    8. Right to be respectful to everyone and everything

    9. Right to be nice to others

    10. Right for extended time to complete work



           



    We are a NUT FREE CLASSROOM! 
    ANY item consumed in the classroom must be processed in a nut-free environment. Please read all the labels below the ingredients for ANY allergy information. Items MAY NOT contain ANY type of nut. Suggested snacks are: pretzels, popcorn, rice snacks, chips, crackers, goldfish, graham crackers, fruit snacks, Rice Krispie treats, fresh fruit, and fresh vegetables.

     
     
    Daily Schedule
     
    8:00-8:10 Graph IT
    8:10-8:55 Specials: Monday-Music, Tuesday-PE, Wednesday/Friday-ART, Thursday-STEM
    8:55-9:10 RECESS
    9:10-10:35  ELA
    10:35-11:20 Social Studies 
    11:20-12:00 Writing
    12:00-12:35Lunch / Recess
    12:35-1:20 Science
    1:20-2:30 Math
    2:30-2:45 RTI
     
     




    Important Dates:  

    August 3: First Day of school

    August 5: Early Release

    August 12: Early Release

    August 19: Early Release

    August 26: Early Release

    September 2: Early Release

    September 5: Labor Day

    September 7: Curriculum Night 5:00 or 5:30

    September 16: Early Release

    September 23: Early Release

    September 30: Early Release

    October 6-7: Half Days Conferences

    October 10: Columbus Day

    October 21: Early Release

    October 28:Early Release

    November 4: Early Release

    November 11: Veterans' Day No School 

    November 18: Early Release

    November 21-25: Thanksgiving Break 

    December 2: Early Release

    December 9: Early Release

    December 16: Half Day 11:20 release 

    December 19-January 30- Winter Break 

    January 2: Full Release - No School - Staff Development 

    January 13: Early Release

    January 16: MLK Day No School

    January 20: Early Release

    January 27: Early Release

    February 3: Early Release

    February 10: Early Release

    February 13-17: Conference Week

    February 16 and 17: Half Days 11:20 release

    February 20: Presidents' Day No School

    February 24: Early Release

    March 3: Early Release

    March 10: Early Release

    March 13-17: SPRING BREAK

    March 24: Early Release

    March 31: Early Release 

    April 7: Spring Day No School

    April 28: Early Release

    May 5: Early Release

    May 12: Early Release

    May 19: Last day of Fourth Grade Half Day 11:20 Release

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


    "You can teach a student a lesson for a day; but if you can teach him to learn by creating curiosity, he will continue the learning process as long as he lives.”
    -Clay P. Bedford