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925-927-3550 ext.5023

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Homework

Your third grade student should be spending 20-30 minutes a night reading his or her book.  Each child has been given this book bag to hold a book or two and the homework folder. This bag is brought home each day, and returned to class the following morning.

 

Additional homework may include math games as they are introduced and practiced in class. These games remain at home and can be played as much as possible. Also, every week we will reflect on our reading using Google Classroom. Thanks for your support in making the home-school connection a positive one!

Reading Log

Important Dates

DISTRICT CALENDAR LINK

 

August 9 - First day of school

 

August 12 - Back to School Night (6-6:45)

 

September 6 - Labor Day (no school)

 

September 20-24 - Parent/Teacher Conferences (noon dismissal)

 

October 28 - End of Trimester 1

 

November 1 - Staff Development (no school)

 

November 10 - Report Cards Go Home

 

November 11 and 12 - Veterans' Days (no school)

 

November 22-26 - Thanksgiving Break (no school)

 

December 17 (12:15 dismissal) - January 4  - Winter Break (no school)

 

 

 

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Scott Turner

Welcome Back!

Welcome back to school BVE Bobcats! I hope you had a great summer. My name is Mr. Turner and I will be your third grade teacher. As a third grader in Room 23, you will begin an exciting journey! You will be learning multiplication and division, cursive, new vocabulary, science and geography and writing, and that’s just for starters! We will also be reading great books and stories in third grade. I am looking forward to a wonderful year and I am pleased you are in my class. Third grade is a fantastic year where we will explore many new ideas while building on the skills that are familiar. It is great to be back in person!

 

 

Classroom Assistant

My classroom aide, Luiza Daberdaku has worked at Burton Valley for three years. She is training to be a firefighter and currently works as an EMT in addition to her hours at BVE. She speaks Albanian and played LaCrosse. She works really well with the kids, who call her Miss Luiza!

 

Team 23 grows together through dedication, motivation, and effort!
Team 23 grows together through dedication, motivation, and effort!
Remote Learning Extras

Tech Help For Parents

Email Tech Support

WEB LINKS

LAFSD Library

LAFSD Science

LAFSD Music

Quaver Music

 

The links below are NOT set up yet.

Google Classroom

Epic Books-Class code: wwh7553

Raz Kids--Leveled reading--teacher: sturner62/password: student #

Typing Club--click on "sign in with Google" button

Lexia--username: first initial lastname 26 password = read

Reflex Math--Login=turner23 Password=student #

Freckle Math--Class Code = ZUYSXQ

XtraMath--use teacher email: sturner@lafsd.org / password= student # (4 digits)

PixilArt--No need to open an account!

Art for Kids--Choose a lesson and draw!

Draw So Cute--Choose a lesson and draw!

Prodigy Math

ReadWorks--Class Code: 6NRT5W

 

 

 

Kids News Source-Great articles for kids!

nrich--problem solving

Coding-Each student moves at their own pace!

IXL--It should allow you to log in using Google

 

Yoda's FOOD Volunteers

September: X

October: HIGGINS

November:

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Yoda is a Russian Desert Tortoise. Please bring enough for the week on each Monday of the month. Foods to feed Yoda (please make sure all are pesticide and herbicide free):

           

Romaine Lettuce (on occasion) Red & Green Leaf lettuce (on occasion)
Endive Escarole
Turnip Greens Mustard Greens
Kale Collards
Spring Mix (mixed green salads) Cabbage
Hibiscus (flowers and leaves) Mulberry Leaves
Ice Plants Dandelion
Apples (on occasion) Rose (flowers and leaves)
Chrysanthemum flowers Forsythia (flowers and leaves)
California Poppy Chicory
Radicchio  

If you are interested in housing YODA during one of our long breaks (Thanksgiving, Winter, Spring, Summer), please let me know.