Monday, September 23, 2019

Newsletter September 23, 2019

Dear Family,                                                                                         September 23, 2019
            What an exciting week we will have! Check out LSC’s Facebook page and Instagram for each day’s theme. Congratulations to Bailyn Brooks and John Collin McWhorter! They are our homecoming representatives.
            We will have our weekly reading and spelling tests Thursday of this week. I sent the Home Connection letter home Friday so you could get a jump start.
            If your child misses school, they must bring an excuse to school the next day. We’ve been a little remiss on this.
            Congratulations to Harper! Her name was drawn from those meeting their goal of 60 minutes reading at home. She won a whole dollar!
            The Barbour County Humane Society and Southern Souls Animal League are our charities for homecoming. Please remember to send a jar of peanut butter before Friday.
            We dismiss Friday at 12:00. No extended day, no lunch.
            Our newsletter will be located on our third grade blog. This will be helpful if yours is misplaced or if other grownups in your child’s family need access. Go to Then “About”. Then “Faculty/Staff”. Scroll down to find my name. Eventually, you will see a place to click for our blog.
            We are loving cursive writing. Our classwork comes home every day. Please guide and support your child as needed.
            Thank you to:
·        “Aunt Bec-Bec” (Becky McPherson) for watching our class Thursday afternoon.
·        Ella’s mom, Gina, for delicious birthday cupcakes and snack bags.
·        Porter’s mom, Julie, and Aunt Amy for purchasing a class set of blue and white shakers for us to use at pep rallies.
·        Katelyn’s mom, Michelle, for sharing a great free app to help with memorizing math facts. MATH DRILLS LITE can be programmed for the specific skill you wish your child to master. It. Works.
Loving and Teaching Yours,   Suzann Tibbs

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