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3rd Grade 2016-2017
3rd Grade 2016-2017
Trunk or Treat 2015
Trunk or Treat 2015


Our school participates in an accelerated reader program. This program tests students reading and gives them an independent reading level. From there students can check out books from the library, classroom, or even read books from home in order to gain points. If students reach their point and comprehension goals and the end of the trimester they receive a special reward!


To quickly check the book level and points of a book you have at home click here.


To login to students accelerated reader accounts from home  click here.

Here you and your child can see their book level, goals, and comprehension score. 

Third Grade


Hello third grade families. Welcome to our 3rd grade website. 

We hope you find it informative and easy to use. 

We recommend your student frequents the Learning Links Tab to play educational games.

This is an easy and fun way to practice concepts that have been taught at school!

Please let us know if you have any questions. Thank you for stopping by!


-Mrs. Johnson  -Mrs. Harrison  -Miss Ewing

-Miss Simmons  -Mrs. Voss-Kohlmeister

                     Our Third Grade Team

               School Phone Number (916)770-8816


Miss Simmons                ext. 2261

Miss Ewing                      ext. 2256

Mrs. Harrison                  ext. 2254

Mrs. Voss-Kohlmeister   ext. 2262

Mrs. Johnson                  ext. 2259


Volunteers Needed


  • PTA Volunteer- As needed to coordinate with the PTA for their sponsored events
  • Copy Parent- About once a week
  • Art Docent or Music Docent - Once a month/no experience needed/training provided

If you would like to join the class on a field trip this year please get fingerprinted through the office!


Please visit the schools volunteer page for more information


"Behind every child is someone who cares." -Rachel Pittman

"Parental involvement" can be a valuable tool... to determine the success of a child in school!

When parents participate, they're showing concern... the message to the kids, is that it's important to learn! Parental support can be shown many different ways... volunteering, serving on committees, or joining the P.T.A.! Attending "Open House" and events like "Back to School"... are fulfilling your role and should become the rule! The parent stays connected, and demonstrates respect... encouraging words and guidance is what the child expects! Parents and teachers together, form a most powerful team... When we work together, it helps the child's self-esteem!

So the level of "parental involvement" becomes an accurate sign... a more important factor in education would be most difficult to find!

Grade Level Wish List

  • Black Expo Markers
  • 2 Reams white copy Paper
  • 1 ream wide ruled lined paper
  • Set of 12 colored pencils
  • #2 Pencils (Ticonderoga)
  • Pair of Ear BUDS for the computers
  • Yellow Highlighters
  • Kleenex
  • Fine point Sharpie
  • Glue Sticks
  • Antibacterial Wipes
  • Ziploc bags (any size)
  • 1 set of water color paints
  • Large pink erasers

Thank you for your continued support. 


Please talk to your students teacher before purchasing your child any pencil boxes or binders, as many items are provided for students.

Trunk or Treat 2016
Trunk or Treat 2016
Parent Resource Locker
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