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First Day of School: Wednesday, August 23: Doors open at 7:15, tardy bell rings at 7:50,

School dismisses at 3:00



 Falcon Pride! Vision: We are the ones empowering students to achieve excellence!

Mission/Pledge: As a Hurst Hills Falcon, I will soar to excellence by showing respect and responsibility, and challenging myself to reach my goals.

Core Values:

1. Do what is right

2. Perform with excellence

3. Respect others

Behavior, goal setting and work at school are noticed! Your leadership, hard work, model behavior and great examples will get you rewarded.
We are all in this together: students, families, and teachers.
It is going to be a fantastic fun year! I beleive in my ability to teach and that each child will be a success.  This 2017-2018 school year will be AWESOME!
   When children have the opportunity to cultivate their own skills and construct their own ideas and concepts, then they can develop an understanding of the world that is deep and real, and begin to enjoy, understand, predict, and generate new knowledge on their own. Education's function is to teach one to think intensively and critically.  Intelligence plus character---that is the goal of true education.

Children learning is a joy to see!

   We will be blooming and blossoming all year into our greatest potential.

Learning occurs everyday and everywhere. Teaching-- each new year is more, and more fun! Thank you for your child and the opportunity to share in the education of this young, precious life, your child. As the teacher, I get to unwrap the gifts that your child holds. The future is bright!



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Please read at least 30 minutes every night with your child. Reading is a learned skill, just like swimming or playing the piano.  Reading is a critical skill where "practice makes perfect!"  Thank you for reading with and listening to your child read aloud. Ask questions about the reading

 Each night students should:
1. Read their leveled reader,(also to be kept in their binder)
2. Read the book they chose from the library.
3. R
eview their spelling words, the spelling rule that. applies and practice  u
sing them correctly in sentences
4. Review the current set of vocabulary words 

5. Use i station or http://www.raz-kids.com/main/Login/ at home

  6.  Use FAST MATH: https://samconnect.scholastic.com/auth/pages/Login?zone=STRCH

 Reminder:  Please check the binder and sign it each night.  Your child will have homework every night.   

 14407/14407_242190032_21146.gif Curriculum for the  6Weeks:

Reading/Language Arts :  fables  folk tales  fairy tales fantasy cause and effect, DRAMA,  sequence of events, story stucture , author's purpose, compare/contrast, main idea and details, text and graphic features

Writing: expository


*Practice basic math facts, they should memorize these.
*Practice counting by 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, and 10's. Give them a random number and ask them to continue counting by whatever interval you give them. Ex: 37, 40, 43, 46...
*Practice doing story problems, ones they write and problems that you give them.
*Count money and review the values of each coin, including the half dollar. Look at both sides of the coin and be able to recognize each side.
*Practice story problems with unneeded information.
*Practice fact families.
*Write letters, stories, lists, poems, and in a journal
*Practice telling time
*Practice reading and writing number words, ex. fourteen and sixtythree
*Retell a story, check for sequencing.

Third Grade Schedule

7:40 – 7:50     Morning Preparation

7:50 – 8:00     Homeroom: Morning Announcements [10]

8:00-8:45     Rotation I 

8:45 – 9:30   PE/Art/Music [45]

9:30-10:15   Rotation 1 Continued:   

10:15-10:45   Rotation 2:  


11:15 - 11:45     Recess [30]

11:45-12:15   LUNCH 30

1:15 – 2:45   Rotation 3:

2:45 – 3:00   READING (Read Aloud) [15]




   "Together We Can!!" 

Teaching my students, your child, is an

AWESOME opportunity!  



HEB Core Message:
1. Students are responsible for their own learning.
2. Quality teachers and effective schools are 
essential to students' learning.
3. Parents and patrons are vital partners in the educational process.
4. A safe environment for every student and employee is a prerequisite to learning.
5. Decisions and actions, at all levels, focus on and support effective student learning.