Welome to 3AMrs. Bodziak's ClassContact InformationPhone: (609) 978-5700 X1362Email: email@example.com
April Dates to Remember:
April 8-10th: NJSLA Testing for 3rd graders
April 12th: Marking period ends
April 17: Spring Party (just the class and teacher)
April 18: Take Your Child To Work Day
April 19th: NO School
April 19-26th: Spring Break: Have a Happy Easter
Congratulations to the students in 3A that won
in the Arbor Day Contest:
Poster: 2nd Place: Riley N
3rd Place: Brinley R
Essay: 1st place: Connor K
3rd place: Amelia C.
These students will be recongized for their win at the Ocean Acres Community Center on May 3rd 3:45pmPlease know that there are many wonderful websites and computer programs your child can use to help them in many areas of school. They have usernames and passwords to many of these programsGoogle Docs: Google Chrome username:first inital last firstname.lastname@example.org (email@example.com) Password: St#(lunch account number)ThinkCentral (GoMath): username:student id number @stafford password: St# student id numberStudyIsland: Username:first inital last name @stafford (jsmith@stafford) password:12345These websites are great for the skills we are doing in class but they are also beneficial for preparing for the PARCC using keyboard skills!Study Island can be accessed from your home computers (passwords and usernames were sent home at the beginning of the year). This is an exciting website the students can use to practice reading, writing, and math. If they obtain a BLUE ribbon the website has games they can play afterwards! HAVE FUN!Parents/Guardians.....please sign reading log sheets and agendas each nightStudents may bring in a MESS FREE HEALTHYsnack each day (goldfish, pretzels, crackers, fruit, veggies, etc.) and a bottle of WATER that can stay at their desk. The children will be working while enjoying their snacks so I ask that it is something that will not ruin their hard work!
Monday: GymTuesday: ArtWednesday: Gym
Thursday: Music & Antibullying (1&2nd MP)World Language (3rd & 4th MP)Friday: STEAM
Here are a few of the final projects of the soda bottle biographies! The students did an amazing job!
Your child came home with their second date to present their current events to the class as an ongoing social studies project. Please help your child find an article (newspaper, magazine, or online) that is school appropriate and an interest of theirs. Read the article together (they are not written on a 3rd grade level), have your child write (or type) a one page summary about the article. In their summary please have them also share what they learned from the article and why they chose the article. Your child will read their summary and share their article in class. Any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me.