Welcome to the 2020-2021 School Year
We are anxiously planning for our upcoming school year. We want everyone to know how EXCITED we are to see your child. We missed our students and are looking forward to meeting our new classes. As everyone knows, the best laid plans change almost daily. We will be posting updates here .
Thank you for your patience and we look forward to seeing you during our orientation week of August 17th! (More details will be coming soon). The week of August 24th will be our first week of the hybrid schedule. As you know masks are required for all students. Please make sure you have several masks for your child, labeled with their names. Please see the bottom of this page for school supplies. We are also asking that students bring a towel to sit on when outside. We understand that certain items like hand sanitizer, wet ones, and clorox wipes are in high demand. When you can find these items just send them in even if it's later in the year.
Have a good rest of your summer!
Mrs. Dunham and Mrs. Sutula
Clever Website (Single Sign-On) student.dcsdk12.org
Hybrid - Cohort A (M/W) Cohort B (T/Th)
8:20-8:40 Soft Start
8:45 - 10:30 Literacy
10:30-11:00 Bathroom break/Snack/Read Aloud
11:15-11:55 PBL (Science/Social Studies)
12:45-1:00 Restroom Break
1:00-2:15 Number Corner/Math
3:20-3:30 Pack Up/Dismissal
Friday- (All online-)
9:15-10:30 Whole class zoom meeting (Social connections, Social emotional learning, go over work from the week)
10:30-12:30 Cohort break outs (more information weekly from teacher)
1:00-3:00 Small group (Arts team sites, SPED, mental health services, RTI support, GT) More information to come on these services and groups.
PBL Snapshot Character Education Topics
Econ and Me Caring/Kindness and Trustworthiness
We the People of Third Grade (Civics) Respect and Responsibility
Rocks and Minerals Citizenship
Blast From the Past Giving
Matter and Energy Gratitude
Life Cycles Fairness
Diagnostic testing occurs three times each school year. Each month there is a growth monitoring check. Children will work on practice lessons for both reading and math in the classroom and at home for 45 minutes each subject weekly.