Cassady Alternative
Elementary School
Miss Jelley's 3rd Graders


 
Welcome Class of 2024!
Welcome to another exhilarating year at Cassady!
 



In Room 11 this year, we are embarking in an adventure of experience and learning! I look forward to a wonderful year with your hardworking children as they grow and learn! 
 
 
JUST IN! 
 
Book It! has begun!  Beginning in October, Book It calendars will be coming home. Read 20 minutes each day and receive a coupon for a free personal pizza at Pizza Hut! For more information, click here: Book It!
 
Field Trip Time: On October 22, third grade students will be going to the Anthony Thomas Chocolate Factory. Don't forget to get those permission slips back! The cost of the field trip is $1 for students.  
 
Things to Know
Homework: Homework packets go home every Monday and are due the following Monday. Packets include a writing piece, reading, and math.
 
Behavior: Kids in Room 11 come home with a colored stamp on their hand each day. On Friday, a behavior chart comes home showing their behavior for the week. Please sign that form and return it so your child has a chance to win a Class Coupon!  
  • Purple: Perfect Day! 
  • Green: Cheetah Day!
  • Yellow: Good Day!
  • Blue: Needs Improvement. Students will bring a note home that needs to be signed and returned. 
  • Red: PEAK  
  • Class Dojo:  If you're interested in creating an account on the website or app for Class Dojo, you can access specific information on your child's positive and negative behaviors.  Contact me for Student Codes. 
Printable Forms:
COMING SOON 
 
READING CENTRAL
Information and links for students in Miss Jelley's Reading Group

Students in Miss Jelley's reading group work in stations, small groups, and with LLI tutors. Instruction in all areas is individualized to aid and challenge students appropriately. 
 
Stations:
  •  Word Work: This is where students practice phonics and spelling strategies to improve their reading and writing. Spelling lists and tests are not weekly and specific to your child's needs, meaning that all students are not working on the same lists of words.
  • Read to Self: Here students practice silent reading which is an essential skill that everyone benefits from practicing. Students read chapter books as well as picture books and then write a letter to me weekly to describe their thoughts when reading. 
    • Click here to visit the Columbus Metropolitan Library website where it is FREE and EASY to order books by your child's favorite author or series and have them delivered to the nearest library branch to you. 
  • Work on Writing: Here students go through the writing process to complete a variety of genres of writing. Focus in this station is creativity, word choice, grammar and spelling, as well as dictionary and handwriting skills. 
    • Thesaurus' and dictionaries are great resources that your child should be able to use independently. If you do not have a dictionary at home, you can order one here on Amazon for $3.59 new or even cheaper for used. Although I'd prefer students to practice with a paper dictionary, electronic versions are available at http://dictionary.reference.com/
Reading Websites: Click the link to visit each page. 
SEPTEMBER SCIENCE EXPERIMENT WEDNESDAYS This month in science, we've been studying science safety, science tools, and the scientific method. Check out some of the exciting ways that we learned about observing, questioning, predicting, and analyzing results.
Principal - Natosha Schaeffer
(614) 365-5456  |   2500 N. Cassady Avenue Columbus, OH 43219
cassadyes@columbus.k12.oh.us
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