Tracy Hewitt

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Culture Presentations

October3

Champions did an AMAZING job with their culture projects. Thank you for supporting them with this! I could tell that they were really excited to share what they did, and to hear what their classmates explored and learned about the culture they studied. Each student showed and explained their project to the class. We ate […]

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Character Bags

September27

We made character bags to demonstrate character traits from our class read aloud “The Stories Julian Tells” by Ann Cameron. Students picked objects to represent one of the three main characters from the story (Julian, Huey, Dad). They also picked adjectives to describe these characters that went along with the objects. Example: Object: Catalog, Julian is imaginative because […]

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Presenting Brer Rabbit to our Book Buddies

September22

What a fun and busy week! On Wednesday, we presented our play “Brer Rabbit” to our book buddies! The students worked hard getting props ready and practicing their lines. It was a great chance for them to practice speaking in front of people and brush up on those fluency skills. Fluency is the ability to […]

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BOG Portfolio Information

September11

You can find all the information that we are sharing at the back to school/ RTA night on Tuesday September 12th right here: RTA Information BOG Assessment Score Brief Reading Portfolio Sample Passages Sleep recommendations based on age

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Math Games

September8

If you haven’t heard, we are learning an array of math games that help champions strengthen their addition and subtraction skills. They seem to be loving these games. The three games are: Capture 5, Collect $2.00, and Close to 100. This week we learned Close to 100. Here is how you play: Each student gets […]

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Conferences

September6

Please make sure you sign up for a conference! http://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090e48aaa92fa3f49-3rdgrade   I also now have a volunteer sign up page for the month of September:   www.SignUpGenius.com/go/4090E48AAA92FA3F49-volunteer  

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Good Things are Happening

August29

I am so excited to be (almost) entering the 2nd month of school! We are getting settled in here, and things are starting to take off. Here are a few things that are happening in our classroom this week: CLIMB Time groups are in full swing! That means that everyday from 1-1:30 students are rotating […]

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Early Release Schedule

August23

Dismissal Times Kinder/ Blue – 11:00 Lower/ Purple – 11:15 K-5 Green- 11:15 Yellow -11:35 All other Greens- 11:35

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WE DID IT!

August17

We finished the BOG! It’s been a big day (week), and I am so happy to say that it is over. I am so proud of each and every one of my students for working hard, focusing, and doing their best. Most importantly, I am beyond impressed with their positive attitude that they kept throughout […]

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What a Great First Day!

August9

I have to say, the first day was AWESOME! We have a wonderful class of 21 this year. We have 5 new students and the rest are returning. I can already tell that everyone is excited to be here, and ready to start off the year on the right foot.  I am looking forward to […]

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