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Email Me!

If you have any questions, please email me at:

tmjohnson@capousd.org

Attributes of a Scholar

Academic Humility - True Scholars know that there is always more to learn.

Curiousity - Scholars are always questioning and researching new topics.

Tools - Scholars have materials ready and are mentally prepared for school each day.

Multiple Perspectives - Scholars try to see how others see things and put themselves in other people's shoes.

Save - Scholars save ideas, thoughts, and reflections to use later.

Ponder - Hmmmm...Scholars take the time to let thoughts develop.

Exercise Intellect - Scholars challenge their minds and put in the extra effort. They READ! READ! READ!

Resources - Scholars use many resources to help them learn, such as dictionaries, thesauruses, encyclopedias, books, magazines, and the Internet.

Vision/Goals - Scholars set goals and strive to reach them. They understand that if there is no path, there is no vision.

Take Risks - Scholars are not afraid to put themselves out there in the spirit of learning.

Participation - Scholars are always interested in participating in classroom discussions and activities.

Perseverance - Scholars keep trying and do

Mrs. Johnson's Third Grade!

Welcome to Third Grade!

 

If you have any questions, please call me at 949-360-9001, email me at tmjohnson@capousd.org, or send a note in with your child.

 

 

Daily Schedule

Third Grade

7:45-9:30: Language Arts

*Library-Friday 1:30-2:00

 9:30-9:50: Recess

9:50-11:30: Math

11:30-12:10: Third Grade Lunch

12:10-12:55: Social Studies/Science

12:55-1:10: Recess

1:10-2:00: Read Aloud and Clean Up

*PE-Tuesdays and Wednesdays 1:20-2:00

2:00-2:05: Clean Up and Dismissal

*Thursday dismissal 12:50

About Me...

Welcome to Third Grade! I am excited to be your teacher this year! This is my seventeeth year teaching at Oak Grove, and I feel so fortunate to have the opportunity to teach and live in such a fantastic community.  I have taught second, third, and fourth grade, and I can't wait to teach third grade this year!  

I grew up in Southern California and earned my degree at CSU Long Beach. To further my education, I completed a graduate program through CSU Fullerton and received a Master of Science in Education with a concentration in Reading and a Reading/ Language Arts Specialist Credential.

In my free time, I love spending time hiking, running, and traveling with my husband, daughter, son, (and dog ), family, and friends.  

I am looking forward to a wonderful year of learning and fun with your amazing children!

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Scholastic Book Club Online Ordering

Now it’s easier than ever to find the perfect books for your child—shop Scholastic's NEW online Book Clubs Web site. Choose from a much-wider selection of books than in the printed flyer. Plus, you can send your orders directly to me online and use your credit card to pay.

Best of all, we earn a FREE book for the classroom library every time a parent places an order online.

It’s so simple! Here’s how it works:

  • SIGN UP at www.scholastic.com/bookclubs. On the parent page, register by clicking click the “Don’t have a user name or password?” link. When prompted, enter the one-time Class Activation Code shown below. This unique code ensures that your order is sent to me. 
     
  • SELECT the books you’d like to order—choose from thousands of titles—many more than in our monthly flyers. 
     
  • SEND your order to me online by the due date and your child’s books will be delivered directly to my classroom.

Ordering online is fast, easy, and secure.

Of course, you can still order using the form from the printed flyer. But why not see for yourself how convenient it is to order online?



Online Ordering Information
Web address: scholastic.com/bookclubs
Class Activation Code: 
HJXX9
 
Thank You!
Tricia Johnson

 

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Daily Homework

*Please print Reading Log and Homework Contract to bring to school with you every Monday. (This will be emailed weekly) 

*Read at least 30 minutes every day and complete reading log- Due Friday

*Complete Math Practice pages assigned and any unfinished math class work. Math is due the next day.

*Practice math facts daily.

*Complete any other unfinished classwork or assigned homework.  Check your homework contract to make sure you are completing all of your assignments!

Current Assignments

Calendar of Events

August

8/22- First Day of School 11;50 Dismissal

8/30- Wahoo's Restaurant Night

 

September

9/4- Labor Day- No School

9/7-9/15- Book Fair

9/7- Dads and Donuts - 7:15am in the Library

9/14- Back to School Night- Third Grade 7:00-7:45

9/15- Back to School Dance 5:30-7:30 in Hall of Fame

9/20- Picture Day

9/20- Jersey Mike's Restaurant Night

9/27-walk to School Day

 

October

10/2-10/6- Reflections Art Contest Entries Due

10/6- Step Up to the Plate Ends

10/11- Imagination Machine Assembly

10/16-10/20- Red Ribbon Week

10/24- Blaze Pizza Restaurant Night

10/30-10/31- Parent Conferences- Minimum Days (12:15 Dismissal)

10/31- Spooktacular Halloween Parade- 7:45 am on playground

 

November

11/1- Parent Conferences- No School

11/2-11/3- Parent Conferences- Minimum Day (12:15 Dismissal)

11/9- Turkey Trot

11/10- Veteran's Day- No School

11/20-11/24- Thanksgiving Recess

 

December

12/8- Wear a Pair- Give a Pair Pajama Day

12/13- Smashburger Restaurant Night

12/22-1/5- Winter Break-No School

 

January

1/15- Martin Luther King Jr. Day- No School

1/25- Career Dress Up Day

1/26- Career Day

1/31- Tiles for Technology Night 

 

February

2/1- Tiles for Technology

2/14- Valentine's Day- Jump Rope for Heart

2/16- Lincoln Day- No School

2/19- Washington Day- No School

2/20-2/23- Literacy Week

2/22- Running Club Begins

2/23- Guest Reader Day

2/26-3/2- Parent Conferences- 12:15 Dismissal

 

March

3/7- Imagination Machine

 

April

4/2-4/6- Spring Break- No School

4/27- All Star Bash

 

May

5/28- Memorial Day- No School

 

June

6/7- Last Day of School

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Capistrano Unified School District prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying in all district activities, programs, and employment based upon actual or perceived gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, ethnicity, color, religion, ancestry, nationality, national origin, ethnic group identification, sex, sexual orientation, marital or parental status, pregnancy, age, physical or mental disability or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. Reference: AR 1312.3, BP 1312.3 and BP 5183.

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