Mrs. Augusta Gentry
Extra Online Resources
*Small packages of candy for treat jar
*Mini Cokes, Dr. Pepper, and Sprite
*Regular size candy bars
I also have an ongoing wish list on Amazon.
Scholastic Book Orders
Don't forget to order your books to help the class get 10,000 points so we can add to our classroom library!
Option 1: Online: scholastic.com/bookclubs
Use our Class Code: GN6BV or click "Find Your Teacher" and choose me.
Choose your books, pay with credit card or PayPal, and submit your order.
Option 2: Scholastic Book Clubs Paper Flyer:
Choose your books, fill out the order form, and return to me with a check made out to Scholastic Book Clubs. Include your phone number.
Your books will come to our class, and I’ll hand them out for your child to take home. Deadline September 27.
About the Teacher
Welcome to Mrs. Gentry’s Third Grade Class!
It’s going to be a great year! I am delighted to have your child in my class this year and even more excited about the opportunity to work side by side with you. Parental involvement is a crucial part to the child’s educational success. Your support and collaboration is essential and definitely encouraged. There are many opportunities for you to help out. Sign up on the class volunteer sheet! We would love to have you! Your child’s education is very important to the both of us and doing what is the best interest of your child is ideal. Therefore, it is vital that we maintain good communication throughout the year. To achieve this goal, I will send home daily behavior logs, weekly test assessments and homework logs, and newsletters informing you of current events and activities. You can keep up with the class on my school web page, signing up to our class Instagram, and Class Dojo. Again, thank you for the opportunity to teach your child and I am looking forward to collaborating with you this year!
Education: I attended the University of Mississippi where I received a Bachelor's degree in Education. Later, I returned and completed my Master's and Specialist degree in Curriculum and Instruction. In 2005, I attained my National Boards Certification.
Experience: I have 21 years teaching experience. I began my career at South Panola School District where I taught second and third grade for eight years. In 2007, I relocated and began teaching in Desoto County in grades second and third.
Bio: I live in Southaven, MS. I am married to Brad Gentry and we have three beautiful children; David, Kaitlyn, and Bradley Kyle. David is thirteen years old and is a seventh grader at HMS. My daughter Kaitlyn is eleven years old and is a sixth grader at Hernando Middle School. Bradley Kyle is my energetic seven-year old attending HHES. My family is really involved playing sports so that where I spend most of my time. I enjoy spending time with my family, reading, painting, working out, and cheering on my Ole Miss Rebels!
7:00-7:55 Doors open (small group remediation/writing conference)
7:55-8:20 ELA (25 min.)
8:20-9:00 Activity (40 min.)
9:00-9:30 Writing (30 min.)
9:30-9:50 Recess (20 min.)
9:50-10:45 ELA (55 min.)
10:45-11:05 Centers (20 min.)
11:05-12:15 Math (70 mins.)
12:15-12:40 Lunch (25 min.)
12:40-1:20 Math (40 min.)
1:20-1:40 Centers (20 min.)
1:40-2:00 Science/SS (20 min.)
Thursday: PE (Be sure to wear tennis shoes!)
There are some incredible websites links below to help your child in all subjects.
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Provides you with the tools you need to support your child at home.http://commoncore.org/parents
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Parent Zone: Contains Educational Games & Activities by Grade including a variety of parent topicshttp://www.internet4classrooms.com/parents.htm
This website contains fiction and nonfiction articles with vocabulary and question sets. Each student will have an account where I will select two articles weekly for them to complete.
This website provides short quiz that places the student on their reading level. Passages are given with a set of questions.