3rd Grade

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Upcoming tests for third grade:

Wednesday, February 7th: Verb Test

Friday, February 9th:  Reading Test

Spelling Test

Chapter 11 Religion Test




Students will be required to read and take 3 Accelerated Reader (AR) Tests within his/her assigned reading level range, striving for 80% accuracy, each Quarter. Reading levels will be adjusted throughout the year. New levels can be found in the back of your child’s Planner.

Your child’s Mathletics User Name and Password is located in the back of the Planner. If you haven’t already done so, please download the free Mathletics App on your mobile device. Mathletics can also be accessed using us.mathletics.com/sign-in.


Third Grade Guidelines

Classroom rules:

  1. Raise your hand to leave your seat.
  2. Follow directions.
  3. Keep your hands and feet, and other objects to yourself.
  4. Respect your belongings and others’ belongings.
  5. Follow the Golden Rule!


  1. PE Schedule:  Monday afternoon and Thursday morning.   To make it easier for your child, having their change of clothes in a separate, smaller gym bag is suggested.
  2. Monday-wear school uniform and change into PE clothes at school.  Thursday- wear your pe clothes and change into school uniform after pe class.

Planners:  Students will record their homework in their planners.  Parents need to initial planners nightly.

Homework:  The students should be reading for 15 minutes every night out loud. Most homework is based on the students needing extra practice in a skill. However, classwork that is NOT completed in class is considered classwork that should be finished at home.


Grading Scale: The Diocese of St. Augustine grading scale is as follows:

90-100  A

80-89    B

70-79    C

60-69    D

59% or below   F

Helpful websites:

www.arbookfind.com –use this website to help you find books at your book level

www.bookadventure.com– this website can be used as “practice”  for Accelerated Reader quizzes

www.jmathpage.com— use this website to practice basic computation skills

www.webelieveweb.com –this is the online companion to our religion textbook.