Welcome to Third GradeMrs. Hoisington-RozekRoom email@example.comParents, please email me with your most current email so I may be able to contact you and your student to arrange face time lessons or other conferencing.Week of April 13, 2020This week we continue online instruction through Schoology. All lessons for the week and activities are posted through Schoology. Lessons were not posted on Monday since we were all still on vacation. When you log into Schoology, go directly to your Homeroom Courses page. This contain your Updates and Materials tabs on the left sidebar. Click those tabs to access my morning message and your daily lessons.My goal is to have all students accessing Schoology by this Wednesday, April 15th, so please contact me if you are having difficulties accessing the program. fcusd.schoology.com1. Enter student email for Clever/Google firstname.lastname@example.org. enter student 10 digit password3. This will then lead you to the student Schoology account. Go to Homeroom where all the morning Updates will be posted.Pearson Realize math: I encourage families to view the program to find activities, review pages, videos, and games for your child. You can access this site through the Powerschool Parent Portal on the school's website.https://www.fcusd.org/neTake care."Look with kindness and you will always find wonder"We're All Wonders" by R.J. Palacio
Mrs. Hoisington-RozekThird grade teacherRoom 14Distance Learning Office Hours:Monday to Friday9:30 AM to 11:30 AM1:30 PM to 3:30 PMRequired:1. Check Schoology every day for specific lessons in reading, writing, math, science, and social studies. Submit assignments by their due dates. Contact Mrs. Rozek if you are having difficulties with any lesson.2. I-Ready 25 minutes a day (Weekly schedules may require changes to certain I-Ready assignments, so check Schoology for updates)Monday and Tuesday: MathWednesday and Thursday: ReadingFriday: Choice Day/Games3. Read 20 minutes a day of a book of your choice, reading app, or Learning Ally4. PE: don't forget to get the wiggles out by being active. Check Mrs. McCarthy's page for PE ideas.