Tracy Hewitt

3rd Grade Collegiate Leader

Welcome to the 2020-2021 School Year


Hello and welcome to the new school year!

I know this is not what we expected, but I believe this will be a great year. Please remember I am here if you need me for anything at all. Hopefully you got a chance to read my welcome email and watch my introduction video. Please also check out the new tab on this website called “Virtual Learning.”

You can find our virtual schedule here:

Third Grade Virtual Schedule


Welcome Video

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Welcome to the New School Year


Hello New Families!

I am really looking forward to a wonderful new year in our new building! I am spending all week getting ready, and am really looking forward to meeting you all at open house on Thursday August 6th from 11-12.

You can find my welcome letter here:

Welcome Letter (1)

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Discovery Place


We went to Discovery Place in Charlotte. NC and had a blast!

We went a lab and learned about states of matter (our next Science unit!).

We explored interactive exhibits.

We met a snakc!

We saw an exhibit about the human body (the last Science unit we studied!).

We saw an Imax on Oceans.

We learned so much! It was a great day.




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Election Day in 3rd Grade


Happy Election Day!

We are currently studying government, so we had a big celebration today. We voted! We discussed the 3 candidates for NC Supreme Court, and voted for them.

Champions were very excited to participate.

We talked about the process, researched the candidates, and registered to vote. Then, students came to the ¨polls¨ and voted in voting booths.

It was amazing to see their excitement and engagement in this process!

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Skeleton Posters!


We made skeleton posters. Students labeled bones, muscles, and layers of skin. They also described some of the important bones in the body. They named and described the 3 types of muscles: smooth, skeletal, and cardiac.

In Progress:

Final Product:


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Biltmore House


We went to visit the Biltmore House! In 3rd grade, we study local North Carolina History. The Biltmore House is an exciting part of our history here in Asheville.

The Champions were super engaged during the house tour! They asked great questions.

We also saw the Chihuly exhibit in the gardens. It was beautiful! They have been studying Chihuly in art class.

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We have been doing some awesome things to explore our own culture, and the culture of others.

We studied different cultures, and completed projects on that culture over Fall Break. Today, we got to show off our hard work. The cultures we studies included: Japan, Italy, South Africa, Sweden, and Spain.

It was so exciting to see what champions decided to focus on and learn about on their own.

They did an amazing job!

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I love to have volunteers in my classroom!

Please contact me if you would like to help out.

Here is the volunteer sign up for 2018-2019 school year!

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Welcome to 3rd Grade 2018-2019!



I am so excited to start a new year and to have your champion in my class.

I look forward to seeing you on Wednesday 8/8 at 9am- 10am in our classroom. Please bring supplies to drop off.  You are also welcome to bring summer projects to drop off as well.

Please feel free to reach out with any questions! Looking forward to a great year.

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Force and Motion!


We did an experiment in which we tested out what would happen if you sent a car down a ramp with various things taped to the top.

Students predicted how far the object would go, and if it would go faster or slower than if it didn’t have anything on top.

We found out that if an object is heavier, it will go faster. This is due to Newton’s Second Law of Motion: The amount of acceleration that a force can produce depends on the mass of an object.

Everyone worked well on their teams, and it was a lot of fun!

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