Mrs. Danchise

Math Teacher

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Teacher Experience/brief bio

My name is Carol Danchise. I am very pleased to be the math teacher for third grade. It is my favorite subject, and I will try my very best to make it enjoyable and entertaining. I have been teaching for thirty-five years and have enjoyed every one of them. This year, I hope to motivate your children to learn as well as to develop the desire to learn. It will be a team effort to help your children develop into the best people they can be as well as great mathematicians.

I am a graduate of Weehawken High School and Fairleigh Dickinson University. I am proud to be the mother of one son, Brian, and a daughter, Heather. My family also consists of one dog and two cats. We are animal lovers.

I look forward to working with parents and students. We will be successful in having an outstanding and productive year.

Best way to reach the teacher (embed email address) & school office 201-422-6140

*Emails will be answered within 24 hours

Student Expectations/Parent Expectations

Students should come to class prepared. They need to also bring a positive attitude and a smile when they enter my classroom. Homework should be completed when given and returned on time.

Parents should provide a quiet area at home for students to study and/or complete homework assignments. Check your child's assignment pad each day.

Schedule for Mrs. Danchise's homeroom (include special areas for each day, lunch & recess time, arrival and dismissal times & snack time if applicable

Bring a daily snack. No glass or nuts are allowed. Make it a healthy, small snack.

Lunch will be from 11:30 pm - 12:15 pm.

Homework - Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Weehawken Wednesday - Wear Red and Black

Document was sent home concerning birthdays. Please read it. Thank you.

Math - Start studying multiplication facts

Special Help as needed

Mornings at 8:00 unless I have a meeting

Mrs. Danchise's Schedule:

  • 8:20-8:30 Opening Exercises
  • 8:30-9:13 WIN 3 Homeroom
  • 9:15-9:58 Math Mrs. Danchise's Class
  • 10:00-10:43 Math Miss Rendine's Class
  • 10:45-11:28 Math Miss Yanuzzi's Class
  • 11:30-12:15 LUNCH
  • 12:17-1:00 Math Miss Tiscornia's Class
  • 1:02 - 1:45 Math Miss Dermody's Class
  • 1:47 -2:30 Math GRADE 3 PREP
  • 2:32-2:50 Closing Exercises/Dismissal

Specials for the Week: 1:47 - 2:30 pm

Monday Gym Wear sneakers and comfortable clothing.

Tuesday Library

Wednesday Spanish

Thursday Art

Friday Music

Homework Policy Link

Our first math unit will be on place value. Review the skills learned each day at home. Homework should be no more than 20 minutes per night.

The most difficult concept to be learned is multiplication. Study the basic facts at home. Students will be rewarded for their knowledge.

Reminders: Be punctual, come to school prepared, bring a snack each day, bring your lunch or lunch money each day, take care of your chrome book, always be kind, etc.

Recommended age-appropriate on-line resources

Recommended home activities to support the classroom learning

flash cards for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division

Bingo games for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division

Play "Concentration". Using two different colors of construction paper, write the facts on one color and the answers on the other. Number them and hang them up to not be seen. One person will pick a color with the fact and another color with the answer. If it is correct, the person goes again. If incorrect, return the papers. The other person takes a turn. The person with the most correct matches is the winner.

CDs can be purchased with different types of music to teach multiplication facts.

Student Based Report Card Link

Supplies needed & Wish List

1 box of 16 crayons

3 pencils

2 erasers

1 Black and White Composition Notebook

1 large Glue Stick

1 two-pocket folder

Students wrote thank you notes to our service men and women in honor of Veterans' Day.

Mrs. Danchise, Mrs. Vallario, and Ms. Reeves are thankful for their class. The class displayed their knowledge of addition and subtraction by constructing turkeys.