• Welcome to Mrs. Soltroff's Third Grade Class!

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        Dear Parents and Students:

              Welcome back to school!  I hope you had a nice, enjoyable summer vacation.

              There are three third grade classes at Scotland Elementary School.  Mrs. Fox teaches ELA, Mrs. Jacobs teaches writing, science, and social studies, and I teach mathematics. Therefore, your child will spend one third of their school day with each of the third grade teachers.

              Chambersburg Area School District utilizes the mathematics program, Eureka.   

              Eureka connects math to the real world in ways that take the fear out of math and build student confidence--while helping students achieve true understanding lesson by lesson.

              There are seven modules in the third grade Eureka program:

    Module 1:  Properties of Multiplication and Division and Solving Problems with Units of 2-5 and 10.

    Module 2:  Place Value and Problem Solving with Units of Measure

    Module 3:  Multiplication and Division with Units of 0,1, 6-9, and Multiples of 10.

    Module 4:  Multiplication and Area

    Module 5:  Fractions as Numbers on the Number Line

    Module 6:  Collecting and Displaying Data

    Module 7:  Geometry and Measurement / Word Problems

              I can be reached via email at:  kelly.soltroff@casdonline.org

         You may also call the school at 717-261-3460 and leave a message with our

         building secretary, Mrs. Bless.  I will call you back at the end of the school day.

     Please click on the link below to see a video of our suggested school supplyl list for 3rd grade:

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  • Mrs. Soltroff's 3-1  Special Schedule

     ( 9:05 AM to 9:50 AM)

    Day 1  Gym (make sure to wear your sneakers)

    Day 2  Art

    Day 3  Library

    Day 4  Music

    Day 5  No Special (Cursive Writing Instruction)

     

     

    ***Math homework should not take more than thirty (30) minutes a night.  If your child takes longer to complete this, please write me a note indicating this to me.***

    ***Your child should be bringing home their planner and take home folder Monday thru Thursday evening, even if they have completed their homework in class.  This is for parents to check their child's work and to see what we are working on in class.