Friday, 4/5 – Popcorn Day
Tuesday, 4/9 – PTO Meeting @ 5:30pm, Caforium
Friday, 4/12 – No School, Curriculum Development Day
Friday, 4/19 – Popcorn Day
Tuesday, 4/23 – April Book Orders due
April 29-May 5 – National Screen-Free Week
April 29-May 3 – Prairie Mountain Read-a-Thon
2/25-3/8- Box Top Bonanza, get your box tops in!
3/5-UPDATE: New Child Protection Unit informational and opt out letters sent home.
3/7- BINGO night! 6:30-8:00
3/8- Popcorn Day and BOX TOP BONANZA ends!
3/11- PRIDE assembly @8:20
3/12- PTO meeting 5:30-6:30
3/13- 3rd grade music performance (students meet in classrooms at 6:15) Show starts at 6:30
3/14- Discovery Lab
3/15- Grading Day (No School for students)
3/18-3/22- SPIRIT WEEK (specific days will come home in Tuesday folders)
Monday 3/18: Tie Dye Day
Tuesday 3/19: Sports Team/School Spirit Day
3/19- UPDATE: Child Protection Unit opt out forms DUE
Wednesday 3/20: Character Day
Thursday 3/21: Crazy hair/hat day
Friday 3/22: Eagle pride day! Wear your Prairie Mountain gear or anything blue, purple, or green!
3/25-3/29- Spring Break
4/1- School Resumes
2/1- No School, teacher in service day
2/3-12/15- Lane County Food Drive
2/12- PTO meeting 5:30-6:30
2/18- No School- Presidents Day
2/21- 4th grade music performance
2/22- Popcorn Day
2/28 Parent Technology Night 6:30-8:00
12/4-12/6: Scholastic Book Fair
12/5-12/6: Parent Teacher Conferences
12/6: Early Release 11:10
12/7: No School In-service Day
12/11 PTO meeting @5:30
12/14: Popcorn Day
12/17-12/21: Spirit Week
- 12/17 Monday: Fancy Day
- 12/18 Tuesday: Crazy hair/hat day
- 12/19 Wednesday: Character Fan Day
- 12/20 Thursday: School spirit/sport fan day
- 12/21 Friday: Color competition day (Third grade wears RED!)
12/22: Last Day of school before winter break
1/7/19: School Resumes
11/2: Popcorn Day
11/4: Daylights Saving Time Ends (set clocks back 1 hour)
11/12: No School Veterans Day observed
11/13: PTO meeting @5:30, cookie dough fundraiser begins, AND conference schedule requests go home in Tuesday folders.
11/ 15: Picture Retakes and Talent show @ 6:30
11/16: Popcorn Day
11/20: Conference Schedule Request forms DUE
11-22-11/23: No School
11/30: Popcorn Day
Prairie Mountain’s annual harvest carnival is on Friday, October 26th from 5:30pm-7:30pm. Come for food, carnival games, a bouncy house, and more! Please help make this wonderful event happen for our students by signing up to volunteer. Click the link below to help our incredible PTO create a memorable event for our kids.
Harvest Carnival Volunteer Sign Up
10/3- Jog-A-Thon donations due
10/5- Popcorn Day
10/9- PTO meeting. WE NEED YOU! childcare and snacks provided!
10/10- Walk and Bike to School Day
10/12- No School (District Inservice Day for teachers)
10/19- Popcorn Day
10/26- Harvest Carnival
10/31- Talent Show permission slips due
Hi Third Grade Families,
Tomorrow in your child’s Tuesday folder you will receive information about 3 different online resources and how to have your child login and learn from home. Here is a little information about each resource and a link to each website.
Prodigy is an interactive math website that is leveled to meet the individual needs of your student. The program is differentiated to help your child build the math skills they need to practice. Prodigy is a fun and engaging way for students to practice math skills from home. Prodigy can be used on any type of smart device (computer, tablet, smart phone, laptop).
Typing.com is a free website available to students to learn proper keyboarding skills. As a class, we will be using our accounts once a week for 30 minutes. The more students can practice from home, the better! Students are to follow the lessons in order and earn 2 stars before moving onto the next lesson. This site is best used with a desktop computer or laptop so students can practice using an actual keyboard.
Thanks to our amazing PTO, every student has access to our Scholastic News subscription online. Twice a month, we receive a Scholastic News article in class. Each article covers important current events happening around our world. The online version offers the articles in English and Spanish and can be enjoyed by everyone in the family. The site includes the articles, games, and videos students can learn from. This would be a perfect way to get a reluctant reader to be engaged and excited about reading and also extend the learning for students interested in current events. Scholastic News can be used on any type of smart device (computer, tablet, smart phone, laptop).
All of these resources are great ways to continue the learning and engagement from home. Each of these resources and more are available on our class website under the “student resources” tab at the top of the page. Please let me know if you ever need another copy of your child’s login information. Please take advantage of these learning opportunities from home!