Third Grade

  • Riding the Wave of Success Mrs. Arnold’s Third Grade Class Is Riding the Wave of Success Mrs. Sue Arnold has been the Third Grade teacher at Holy Family School for over twenty-one years.  She is a graduate of Cal Poly Pomona and did her credential work at Cal State Los Angeles.  Prior to becoming the third grade teacher, she worked as ...
  • Enhance Your Third Grader’s Curriculum Ways To Enhance Your Third Grader’s Curriculum Following are suggested books, website, and field trips that will help enhance your child’s educational experience . . . Great Books Children’s Great Illustrated Classics Books by Eve Bunting, Beverly Cleary, Tomie de Paola “Trumpet of The Swan” by E.B.White “You Are Special” By Max Lucado Videos or Movies “The Grinch That Stole Christmas” Really Wild Series ...
  • Weekly News OCTOBER 16th We are halfway through October and Halloween is approaching fast which marks the end of another month-time flies!  I know as I just passed another birthday.  Thank you for all your thoughts and prayers and your students celebrated it with me on Friday, making it a very special day. This week brings some extra events ...
  • What We’re Studying We are studying…OCTOBER Religion The Rosary, The Church Language Arts Main ideas/details, Traditions/Quilts Author of the Month Patricia Polacco English Nouns Math Comparing/Ordering numbers, 3-4 digit Addition/Subtraction Social Studies Citizenship/Government Science Living things/Habitats    
  • Third Grade Monthly News Dear Parents, Well, September seemed to fly by!  October should bring more routine now that STAR and DIBELS testing is over and all the co-curricular classes are up and going.  However, please be sure your students continue to arrive on time for school.  It helps everyone to start in a calm and uninterrupted way! Starting this month. ...
  • Upcoming Events OCTOBER 5th-8:15am mass 6th-No school-Fair set-up, faculty PD 7th-8th-Parish Fair 9th-Banner Blessing at Assembly 13th-School Mass led by 7th grade 18th-Picture Day 19th-8:15am Mass 23rd-27th-Red Ribbon Week 26th-8:15am Mass 27th-Book Report due 31st-Halloween Parade, Noon dismissal
  • Reminders REMINDERS The reading Response Project (book report) for this month is to read a fiction book and create a poster with an attached story map.  It is due on Friday, Oct. 27th.
  • Postings for parents Ignite Hope, Establish Security 8 Home Habits for Raising Resilient, Self-Reliant Students Structure the Home Environment for School Success Practice Study Skills Classroom Code of Conduct How Kids Learn Math Skills  
  • Literature Tea Could be one of the MOST fun events at HFS. The Annual 3rd Grade Literature Tea. What better way to introduce children to the Classics of Literature than reading one and transforming yourself into that character.