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Teacher Tracey Lazzo - Third Grade  (Send e-mail)

ENCORE CLASSES:
STEM - Mrs. Jozaitis T Day
Spanish - Ms. Skobel I Day
Art - Mrs. Newman G Day
Music - Mrs. Zito E Day
PE - Mr. Klosowski DAILY

https://orders.scholastic.com/GTFVW
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RED RIBBON WEEK OCTOBER 23rd through the 27th

Monday: October 23rd: “Your Future is Key so Stay Drug Free”
Students will sign a red paper key during lunch today to make a pledge to stay drug free. The keys will be displayed at Chelsea for all to see!

Tuesday: October 24th : “From Head to Toe, I’m Healthy”
Crazy Hair and Sock Day- wear your craziest socks and make your hair look crazy!

Drug Facts: Red Ribbon Week is a week dedicated to educating children/teens about the dangers of drug use. Red Ribbon Week was started as a way to support our local police departments in their fight against drugs. A drug is defined as any substance that affects our mind and body.

Wednesday: October 25th : “Your Choices are the Key to Your Dreams”
Pajama Day- wear your favorite PJ’s.

Drug Facts: People who are your age, like your classmates, are called peers. When they try to influence how you act, to get you to do something, it's called peer pressure. It is tough to be the only one who says "no" to peer pressure, but you can do it. Paying attention to your own feelings and beliefs about what is right and wrong can help you know the right thing to do.


Thursday October 26th : “Team Up and Be Healthy”
Sports Day- Wear your favorite team shirt or jersey.

Drug Facts: Children/Teenage bodies are still growing and alcohol has a greater impact on young people’s physical and mental well-being than on older people. Illegal drugs can damage the brain, heart, and other important organs


Friday October 27th : “Red Ribbon Day”
Red Day-Wear the color red.

Drug Facts: Drugs and alcohol can limit a person's ability to make good choices. People addicted to drugs or alcohol may say things that they don't really mean and do things that they normally wouldn't do.

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A note from Administration about HALLOWEEN

At Chelsea School, we want to keep Halloween a safe and happy celebration.

Here are a few guidelines for celebrating Halloween at Chelsea:

· Students are not to wear their costumes to Chelsea. They will have an opportunity to change into their costumes.

· Do not bring to school paraphernalia associated with the costume

· We want to see student’s faces at all times. Do not wear masks or face paint to school or on the bus
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· Items that simulate weapons will not allowed at school or on the bus.

· Costumes that are violent in nature or inappropriate for the school setting will not be allowed at Chelsea.

· Any inappropriate paraphernalia will be sent to the office.


Thank you for helping us keep Halloween safe at Chelsea.

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WHAT IS HAPPENING THIS WEEK?

MATH

MONDAY - We will spend today doing review for our mid module assessment, which is Tuesday.

TUESDAY - Students will take the mid-module assessment.

WEDNESDAY - Module 2 - Topic C Lesson 12 - Students will round two digit numbers to the nearest tens place.

THURSDAY - Module 2 - Topic C - Lesson 13
Students will round two and three digit numbers on a vertical # line.

FRIDAY - Topic C - Lesson 14
Students will round numbers to the nearest 100's place.

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THIS WEEK IN ADVANCED ELA:

FRIDAY - We will visit the book fair at 11:00 AM

PARTS OF SPEECH
Verbs - using Verbs

WORD INQUIRY - Building words using prefixes and suffixes

SKILLS:
R.I. 3.6 Point of view in non-fiction text.
R.I. 1 Ask and answer questions in non-fiction text.

Freaky Fast Franky Joe Business Projects

WRITING: Personal Narratives
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WORLD SERIES MATH NIGHT
America's favorite pastime comes to Chelsea!
The World Series of Math Night
Check out the fun games in the downloads.
Wednesday, October 18 from 5:30-7:00 PM

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CHORUS:
Chorus meets on Mondays and Wednesdays. Make sure your child has their music, folder, and a pencil for each rehearsal.
Our show, Mighty Minds, will be on December 6th.


 
 

Important Dates

10/17/2017
Athletic Booster Hot Lunch

10/20/2017
Book Fair @ 10:10

10/20/2017
Book Fair Visit with Advanced ELA @11:00

10/23/2017
ELA ADVANCED CAN A CHARACTER PROJECTS DUE

10/26/2017
Museum of Science and Industry Field Trip

10/31/2017
Halloween Party @ 2:30

 
 

Downloads List

Chelsea Behavior Expectations [8/29/2017]
Eureka Parent Letter 2017 [7/13/2017]

 
 

Cool Links

Book Club ordering - Class Code GTFVW
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Calculation Nation - Created by National Council of Teachers for Math
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ELA: Biography Webquests
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Extra math practice - AWESOME
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Fraction Game
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Frankfort Library
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FRONT ROW ED - code zfwoet
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Fun Brain Measuring
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Fun Math Gaming
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Great Activities for Common Core Math
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Kids Educational Games for all Curriculum Areas
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Magnetic poetry (so fun!)
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Math Fact Practice
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Math Games
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Math Review Games for all Skills
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Multiplication Practice
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Multiplication Practice
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PARCC Practice
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SCIENCE: Weather and Climate
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SOCIAL STUDIES: American Museum of Natural History
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Summer Reads - Getting Ready for 4th Grade
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Summer Reads - Getting Ready for Third Grade
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