Mrs. Brandi Arton
3rd Grade
662-429-9117

Weekly Skills

 

Class Wish List:

Weekly Skills:

 ELA

Students will:

review yearly Reading comprehension skills

synonyms, antonyms, homonyms,

parts of speech

Math— 

Students will:

review yearly skills

multiplication all facts

 


Class Schedule

Daily Schedule

7:25 - 8:45 ELA

8:45 - 10:00 Math

10:00-10:20 Recess

10:20 - 12:10 ELA

12:10 - 12:35 Lunch 

12:35 -1:30 ELA

1:30 - 2:10 Activity

2:10 - 2:40 Science/SS

Activities

Monday - Art

Tuesday - Computer

Wednesday - Library

Thursday - Music

Friday - PE

 

Vocabulary

 

Vocabulary is now using context clues to understand unknown words in passages. Quizzes will be every other Friday with the first on January 17.

Assignments 

Assignments for the Week of March 30-April 3

Parents remember this schedule is just to help you pace out the assignments for the week. It also helps to not feel like you have to spend all day working on one assignment. Your student does not have to follow this schedule absolutely and may complete assignments at whatever pace you would like. No work is being graded, but instead monitored. Your child can also be reading, writing, or practicing any skills that have been taught this year.

Please use the links found under your teacher's picture to complete your assignments.

Important Dates

Our school is closed until April 17. Beginning March 25, I will assign online work, as well as send emails to parents of assignments that can be printed for paperwork instruction at home. Students can still read books at home and write responses to the text. In addition to reading books, students can complete assignments in Read Theory, Classworks, or IXL. I am working to get Classworks assignments updated so that there are more options in the event that your child has finished his/her assignments. I will set up progress monitoring for all kids. It will be on the main screen and can be done in both Language Arts and Math on Classworks. The tab will be highlighted green. I have set up Readworks accounts for all children. See below on how to access that:

How to get students to their assignments

1. Have students go to www.readworks.org/student

2. Students enter class code 4PUQQ6

3. Tell your students that their default password is 1234

Note: Students can change their passwords when they log in, and you can change student passwords on this page.

 

 

If your child does not have his/her usernames and passwords for other accounts, please email me or text me and I will send a copy of them.

 

An announcement will be made on or before April 17 as to if we will have school next week.

 

 

 

 

 

 

About the Teacher

Welcome!   

My name is Brandi Arton and I am a 3rd grade teacher at Hernando Hills Elementary School.   I am originally from Chalmette, Louisiana, which is right outside of New Orleans. I graduated in 1994 with a BA in Elementary Education from Southeastern Louisiana University. 

This is year 21 of teaching for me, 13 of which have been at Hernando Hills.  I have taught in Louisiana, Arizona, North Carolina, and am so glad to be in Mississippi.  I have experience in Kindergarten through 8th grade, but always knew 3rd grade had a special place in my heart.  This is my tenth year in 3rd grade.

My husband, Ryan, and I moved to Hernando in 2005.  We have 5 wonderful children. Malorie is 20 and a Junior Cheerleader at the University of Memphis. Bret is 18 and a Freshman at Northwest Community College, Sam is 14 and in the 9th grade, and we have 6 year old twin girls, Whitney and Charlotte "Charlie", who are in 1st grade at Hernando Elementary.

Teaching in the community in which I live is very rewarding! I love Hernando Hills. The staff is wonderful, and we have great students.  I believe in the mission of Hernando Hills: "NO EXCUSES,  JUST EXCELLENCE".  I look forward to working with you to help your child achieve this goal. 

Please do not ever hesitate to call or email me for any reason. I hope to work closely with you this year to make this a fun learning experience for your child.

 

Mrs. Arton's Class Wish List

Anything you are able to give is appreciated. These are the items currently needed for the classroom.

  • Expo markers
  • Colored Copy Paper
  • command strips
  • snacks to share
  • Individually wrapped candy or gum
  • Mini Soft Drinks
  • Avery Labels
  • 5 x 7 and 8 x 10 canvases to paint on 
  • books
Homework Help   

The First Regional Library is offering free online homework help for all students with a library card.

Tutors through the HelpNow program from Brainfuse Inc., one of the nation's
leading online tutoring services, have partnered with First Regional library
to offer students homework help.

All 13 branches of First Regional Library, including all the branches in
DeSoto County, will offer HelpNow.

Students will be offered one-on-one tutoring sessions. The site is for
students in grades 3 to 12 and will offer help in math, science, English and
social studies. The site will be available from 3-10 p.m. seven days a week.

Students can access the tutoring program from the computers at the library
or from their home computers.

All they have to do is use their library card to log into the library Web
site at firstregional.org <http://firstregional.org/> .

Funding for HelpNow comes from an LSTA grant through the Mississippi Library
Association (sic - should have read Mississippi Library Commisssion).

-- Yolanda Jones

Catherine A. Nathan, Director

 

 

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