Mr. Trujillo’s Class
Office phone: (936) 258.7126 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference time: Wed and Thu from 11:15-11:35 am and 11:40-12:00 m
Welcome to 3rd grade!
Third grade is such an exciting year and there are many new skills third graders will be learning, like multiplication and fractions. The focus of reading instruction also changes from learning-to-read to reading-to-learn. This might sound a little overwhelming, so it is my goal to help each student enjoy learning and become successful. I’m also excited about the opportunity to get to know you and I’m looking forward to a happy and productive school year. This will hopefully be a year of becoming more responsible, as well as more independent. Included on this website is information that you need to know, and remember:
Together, we can make a difference.
Feel free to contact me when you have questions or concerns arise. If you call during school hours, just leave a message at the office and I will get back to you as soon as possible. E-mail is also a great way to contact me.
~~~ Contact information ~~~
Please call the front office at (936) 258-7126 or send a note with your child if you would like to schedule a conference.
Conference time is between 11:15-11:35 am and 11:40-12:00 pm on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
You can always contact me by email at email@example.com
~~~ Reminders ~~~
Read at least 30 minutes every day
Math homework is due on Friday
Work on your homework every day!
Include at least one fruit in your breakfast
Sleep no less than 8 hours per night
Come to class ready to learn (bring all you need ready for the day)
~~~ Character Trait of the Month ~~~
A responsibility is something you are expected to do.
For example, your parents expect you to brush your teeth. Brushing your teeth is “a responsibility” and it is your responsibility to brush your teeth every day. Another task example is that your teacher expects you to finish your homework on time and to do your best job. So it’s your responsibility to do your homework.
A responsibility might be a way you are expected to act.
For example, your parents expect that if you go to play at the park, you will play in a way that won’t seriously hurt yourself or someone else. It’s your responsibility to have fun in a safe and courteous way.
Click HERE for more information about the EarlyAct FirstKnight Program.
The Four Way Test
Of the things we think say or do,
Is it the truth?
Is it fair to all concerned?
Will it build goodwill and better friendships?
Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
"It's not about being the best. It's about being better than you were yesterday – unknown"