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Welcome to 3



Mrs. Lowerys Class 2015-2016

I am so excited to get to know your child and do
everything I can to help them succeed! The best
way to do that is for us to work together. Please
feel free to contact me whenever you have a
question or concern.
The best way to contact me is through email:
You can also call the school and leave a
message: 904-6720
Or you can write a note in your childs agenda.

About the Teacher

Mrs. Emily Lowery
9th year teaching at SPS
B.A. English, B.S. Early Childhood
Education, M.Ed. Curriculum and
Live in Franklin with
my husband and

Classroom Management
Our school will be using the Positive
Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS)
program to promote a positive school
climate that fosters being respectful,
responsible, and ready to learn. This
program is designed to promote the
following behavior expectations:

Perform at Personal Best

Act Responsibly
Work & Play Safely
Show Respect

Classroom Management
A color chart will be used to recognize correct and incorrect
behavior. Students will be able to move up and down the chart
throughout the day depending on their behavior. The color the
child is on at the end of the day will be marked in the agenda.
The colors are as follows:

P.A.W.S.-itively Purple
Outstanding Orange
Go, Go Green (every student begins here everyday)
Yield on Yellow
Reconsider Red

If a student falls below Green three times in one week, they will
receive a quick slip that indicates the undesirable behavior
that occurred and the interventions that took place to prevent
any future occurrences.

Daily Schedule

7:20-7:30 Arrival, Pledge, Attendance

7:30-7:40 Morning Work
7:40-8:40 P.U.S.H (Enrichment & Intervention)
8:40-10:15 Reading Block
10:15-10:45 Science/ Social Studies
10:45-11:25 Special Areas
11:25-11:40 Fluency Practice
11:40-12:10 Lunch
12:10-12:25 Recess
12:25-2:20 Math Block
2:20-2:30 Wrap Up/Dismissal


The following items will be in your childs binder:

Homework Folder
Classwork Folder

Agendas are a great resource for finding out your childs

daily behavior, find notes and reminders from the teacher,
and communicate with the teacher. Please make sure you
check this daily and initial that you have seen it.
Graded papers will come home every Wednesday to be
Homework will go home Monday-Thursday and checked

Parent/Teacher Communication
I will send home a weekly newsletter on Friday for the
following week so you can, Plan Ahead. Please look for these
and let me know if you have any questions.
On Wednesdays, you will receive a folder containing your
childs work from the previous week. Please remove these
papers and review them with your child so you can stay up to
date with what they are learning.
I will use the binder to send home notes about field trips,
school events, conferences, behavior, etc. Please make sure
you check the agenda daily and respond promptly. Also, make
sure your phone number is up to date so that we can contact
you easily.

Parent/Teacher Communication

Transportation Changes- please send in a note to let us

know if your child will be going home a different way. Send
it in the agenda so I can get it to the office and verified first
thing in the morning. Make sure to sign and date it.

Absences- Please send in a Dr.'s note or parent excuse note

the day the child returns. Please include the date(s) the
child was absent.

Money- Must be in a sealed envelope with the following

information written on the front:
Student's Name, Teacher's Name, Amount, Purpose


Unless otherwise noted, your child will receive their

homework packet at the beginning of each week. This
homework is intended to practice Reading and Math fluency
and application.

Reading: Students will read the passage twice (document

words per minute each time). Then, answer a question
related to the passage. Make sure to restate the question
and give text evidence from the passage. (Approx. 5-10

Math: students will complete a math fluency section (1 min

timed). Then, students will complete 2 math questions.
(Approx. 5-10 min.)

Your child is responsible for keeping track of their

homework packet.

Students will receive letter grades on their report card in 3 rd
grade in Reading, Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social
Studies. The following grading scale will be used:
A = 93-100
B = 85-92
C = 75-84
D = 70-74
F = 0-69
Graded work will come home every Wednesday for you to
review. Any child receiving a 69 or below on an assignment
will be given opportunities to retake the assignment.
Progress reports and report cards will each go home 4 times a year.

Thank You!
Thank you so much for sharing your
child with me. We are going to work
hard and you are going to be amazed
at what your child is able to do in
such a short amount of time. Third
Grade is a fun and exciting time in a
childs life.