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Haines
Elementary School
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Mr. Siegel
3rd Grade - Haines
tsiegel@nlsd122.org
Newsletter

March 22nd, 2019

Room 14 Newsletter

 Dear Parents,   

Spring Break is here!  March 25th to April 2nd! 

When we return from break our class will be participating in the state wide IAR Assessment testing.  We will not be having our usual curriculum routines.  We will not be testing in Math or Language Arts during the IAR Assessment week.  There will be no Fluency folder readings.  I encourage students to bring a healthy snack and get a good sleep during test week.  All students need working headphones for the IAR Test.  Please double check with your child to see if they are in need a headphones.  

 ATTENTION! There is a new BOXTOPS Contest! Now through March 22nd--the class at each grade level that collects the most boxtops wins a milk and donut breakfast!

Our Haines Food Drive continues.  Please consider donating.  

What’s coming up:  

Language Arts:

Ready Gen. 

Begin Unit 3 Module A Lesson 1-5

Spelling Test:  There will be no Spelling or Vocabulary Tests during the weeks of IAR state testing.  

All lists are on my Haines School webpage.  Please know, vocabulary words may repeat, and words learned on previous lessons could be tested on later weeks.

Math: 

Continue with 

Unit 7 Fractions

Social Studies: 

Branches of Government


Upcoming dates:    

March 25th- April 2nd Spring Break

April 3rd School Resumes.

April 19th and April 22nd No School

May 3rd 1/2 Day, 12:15 dismissal 

May 27 No School, Memorial Day

May 28th No School

 

Unit 3: Module A Lessons 1-5 

Spelling Words tested.  Testing Thursday, April 18th

1. wolves  2. knives  3. feet 4. men 5. children  

6. women  7. sheep  8. heroes  9. scarves  10. mice

11. geese  12. cuffs  13. elves  14. banjos  15. halves

Unit 3: Module A Lesson 1-5

Vocabulary Words Tested

Be able to understand the meaning of the word in text and other variations of the word

1. canyon- a deep gorge, valley

2. ceremony- a formal occasion or ritual (variation- ceremonial)

3. sweep- a wide continuous surface, to extend (variation- sweeping)

4. traced- to copy or draw, to follow (variations- retrace, traceable,

tracing)

5. surround- to enclose, encircle or be around something (variation-

surrounding)

6. fluttering- flapping, waving, or flaring (variation- fluttery)

 

 


 

 

 

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Daily Schedule & Specials

2018 - 2019 School Year Schedule

Daily Special Times/Schedule:2:30-3:00

Blue Days: P.E. 

White Days: Art/Music 

Snack: 2:15 

 Computer Lab: Thursday 1:00

(All students will need working headphones) 

Library: Friday, 12:30-1:00

(Books should be returned by Friday morning) 



Class Expectations

Student Expectations
•Listen and follow directions. 
•Walk quietly and safely at all times. 
•Respect others and their property. 
•Be responsible for yourself and your materials. 
•Keep your hands, feet, and objects to yourself.