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Nancy White

Nancy White

Grade:
Third Grade and Third Grade Religion Teacher

Email:
nwhite@sfdscs.org

Nancy White

Welcome Message

                                                                         

                                                                UPCOMING SCHOOL YEAR 2019 – 2020

                                                                              THIRD GRADE

PLEASE GO TO THE MENU FOR :
School Supply List
Useful Links
*Summer Reading Requirements and Reading Log
*Summer Math Requirements
*Summer Math Packet

Remember to work on memorizing Math Facts Addition and Subtraction

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MRS. WHITE’S LAST THIRD GRADE CLASS

The SCHOOL YEAR 2018 – 2019


June 27, 2019

My Last Third Graders,

I am thinking of all my blessings, and I am grateful that you allowed me to be a part of your lives this past
school year.  I am proud of your growth in our faith, your maturity, and your academic achievements.

I know how hard you worked in class, and I enjoyed sharing my love of teaching.  This was only part of the learning that was happening each day, because of you,  my students, I was growing in my faith and life.  I treasure that each of you touched my heart in many ways.

Always remember the three most important R’s:  Religion, Responsibility, and Respect.  These are the foundations you will need during your life.

Looking forward to seeing you at Mass and when I stop by our school to say hello.

Lots of love,
Mrs. White

 

Dear Parents,

I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for a wonderful school year.  It has been an absolute pleasure
being your child’s teacher and watching him/her blossom.   Thank you for allowing me to be a part of his/her life,  even if it was only for a short time.

Thank you for all your notes and gifts throughout this year, especially when it was a teacher’s week or a special day for teachers. 
I appreciate the generous Scrip gift I received from the class and the wishes and cards from the families for my retirement.

Wishing you a wonderful summer!

Fondly,
Mrs. Nancy White

 

                                                                        My Rising Students to Fourth Grade
School Year 2019 – 2020

PLEASE DO NOT SAY YOU’RE BORED THIS SUMMER!!!

Remember…

Go to Mass and receive the Eucharist.

Say your prayers daily….  anytime, anywhere!

Do as your parents ask the first time. and do at least one kind thing each day without being asked.

Always have a book or two on hand and nurture a love for reading!
Go to the public library every few weeks.   It a great place to relax for an hour or two.

Math Facts Pro
Addition, Subtraction, and Multiplication
Keep up the Great Work!

All students need to achieve 100%.

Practice 15 min. several times a  week. Use flashcards or games on the computer.

 

 

Teachers Bio

Nancy White teaches third grade and third grade religion. She has 45 years of experience teaching at St. Francis de Sales, which includes teaching kindergarten, first grade, second grade, fifth thru eighth grades, English, reading, and math, and presently third grade. She attended Baltimore Community College and continued Early Childhood Education at Salisbury State College. She also is a certified Orton-Gillingham Reading Specialist, Gesell Developmental Examiner and Assessor in Early Childhood, holds a Religion Teaching Certificate, and approved by the Diocese of Wilmington. She is the recipient of The Benemerenti Medal for long-tenured commitment and service to Catholic education.

She believes in sharing her faith and praying with her students throughout the day as a reminder, “They are always in the Holy Presence of God.” Her classroom theme is ‘Moral Courage’ as a reminder to make good choices and nurture their three R’s, Religion, Respect, and Responsibility. She sees her role as a coach and facilitator in the classroom. To personalize learning, she encourages students to generate questions for each other, while also facilitating classroom discussions to promote student learning.

Each student is assessed daily on their understanding and application of the skills being taught. She also uses oral and individual evaluations, middle and end of chapter assessments, theme, and concept tests to assess her students’ knowledge. Students’ progress and proficiency are communicated to students and parents with comments and grades. She believes self-confidence empowers students to be the best they can be, to express themselves, and to better understand the ever-changing world around them.

Welcome Message

                                                                         

                                                                UPCOMING SCHOOL YEAR 2019 – 2020

                                                                              THIRD GRADE

PLEASE GO TO THE MENU FOR :
School Supply List
Useful Links
*Summer Reading Requirements and Reading Log
*Summer Math Requirements
*Summer Math Packet

Remember to work on memorizing Math Facts Addition and Subtraction

                                                        * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

MRS. WHITE’S LAST THIRD GRADE CLASS

The SCHOOL YEAR 2018 – 2019


June 27, 2019

My Last Third Graders,

I am thinking of all my blessings, and I am grateful that you allowed me to be a part of your lives this past
school year.  I am proud of your growth in our faith, your maturity, and your academic achievements.

I know how hard you worked in class, and I enjoyed sharing my love of teaching.  This was only part of the learning that was happening each day, because of you,  my students, I was growing in my faith and life.  I treasure that each of you touched my heart in many ways.

Always remember the three most important R’s:  Religion, Responsibility, and Respect.  These are the foundations you will need during your life.

Looking forward to seeing you at Mass and when I stop by our school to say hello.

Lots of love,
Mrs. White

 

Dear Parents,

I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for a wonderful school year.  It has been an absolute pleasure
being your child’s teacher and watching him/her blossom.   Thank you for allowing me to be a part of his/her life,  even if it was only for a short time.

Thank you for all your notes and gifts throughout this year, especially when it was a teacher’s week or a special day for teachers. 
I appreciate the generous Scrip gift I received from the class and the wishes and cards from the families for my retirement.

Wishing you a wonderful summer!

Fondly,
Mrs. Nancy White

 

                                                                        My Rising Students to Fourth Grade
School Year 2019 – 2020

PLEASE DO NOT SAY YOU’RE BORED THIS SUMMER!!!

Remember…

Go to Mass and receive the Eucharist.

Say your prayers daily….  anytime, anywhere!

Do as your parents ask the first time. and do at least one kind thing each day without being asked.

Always have a book or two on hand and nurture a love for reading!
Go to the public library every few weeks.   It a great place to relax for an hour or two.

Math Facts Pro
Addition, Subtraction, and Multiplication
Keep up the Great Work!

All students need to achieve 100%.

Practice 15 min. several times a  week. Use flashcards or games on the computer.

 

 

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  • Week Of:
    06/03/2019
  • Instructions

    2019

    MATH FACTS PRO OR USE FLASHCARDS – PRACTICE DAILY

    All students must be proficient with addition, subtraction, and multiplication facts to 12’s before the end of third grade.

    Also, understanding and memorizing
    division facts from knowledge of multiplication facts.

     

    Parents need to check your child’s homework.
    Did he/she follow directions, complete everything on the page,
    and STUDY homework?

    Is homework completed neatly?

     

  • monday

    Monday, June 3rd

    Religion – pp
    Math –  Vocabulary 12  study
    Math Facts 
    English – Possessive Nouns  paper  RN 118 – 119 rules
    Reading
    Social Studies – cont. Assignment 5 Work on Family Tree
    Do not leave the assignment to complete all at one time.
    Please help your child pace.  This is part of the Project!

    Spelling/Vocabulary – study  2 x’s Due Tues.
    Practice your home address  – assessment June 11th

    Math Facts Pro or Flashcards

  • tuesday

    Tuesday, June 4th

    Religion –   Mission of Apostles and Ascension
    Math – HW Lesson 12.1  study Chapter 12 Vocabulary
    English – practice address
    Reading
    Social Studies –  Assignment 5
    Social Studies – cont. Assignment 5 Work on Family Tree/ Work on Display Board
    Do not leave assignment to complete all at one time.
    Please help your child pace.  This is part of the Project!

    Spelling – study test Thurs. contractions

  • wednesday

    Wednesday, June 5th

    Religion – p 59 Pentecost
    Math – pp 707 – 708
    English – address
    Reading
    Social Studies – complete Family Tree  cont. Assignment 5 Home
    Display Board – Due Monday, June 10th
    Spelling/Vocabulary –  Study Test Thurs.

    Math Facts Pro

     

  • thursday

    Thursday, June 6th

    Religion – p 59 Penetecost
    Math
    Multiplication Math Facts Assessment
    English – Address
    Reading
    Social Studies – complete Assignment 5
    Display Board – Due Monday, June 10th
    Spelling/Vocabulary

    Math Facts Pro

    Friday – Field Day

    Wear PE clothes to school Friday

     

     

  • friday

    Friday,  June 7th

    Field Day
    Each class has tie-dyed t shirts for Field Day.  Third grade’s color is coral.
    Students wear their PE uniforms to school Friday am.  They will change to the Field Day shirt when they arrive.

    Religion
    SFdS Masses 10:30 am and 5:00 pm
    Offers *Liturgy of the Word for Children
    Math
    Multiplication  Math Facts
    English
    Reading
    Social Studies – complete Assignment 5 Work
    Complete
    Display Board – Due Monday, June 10th

    Spelling/Vocabulary

    Math Facts Pro

     

  • Week Of:
    01/27/2019
  • Instructions

    2019

    A Time to Refresh and Do Our Best!

    Homework Tips

    Parents need to check your child’s homework to be certain: followed directions, completed everything on the page, and STUDY homework.

    Continue to pray the Divine Praises Prayer at Home. Students will take turns leading the class through the month.

    Let your child know that homework is important and valuable.

    Set a regular time each day for homework allowing some time to unwind after school before getting started. Be available to answer questions or help quiz your child.

    Discourage distractions, including TV and electronics, during study time. Allow study breaks at intervals.

    Help your child be organized by using the Take Home Folder and assignment book. Check written assignments to see if directions were followed and homework is completed neatly.

    Praise your child for homework done neatly and to the best of his or her ability.

    MATH FACTS PRO OR USE FLASHCARDS – PRACTICE DAILY!

  • monday

    Religion – study test pp 32-42

    Math – Test Wednesday, study vocabulary pp 329-330

    English – RN p 24

  • tuesday
  • wednesday
  • thursday
  • friday

    2019

    MATH FACTS PRO OR USE FLASHCARDS – PRACTICE DAILY

    All students must be proficient with addition, subtraction, and multiplication facts to 12’s before the end of third grade.

    Also, understanding and memorizing division facts
    from the knowledge of multiplication facts.

    Parents need to check your child’s homework.
    Did he/she follow directions, complete everything on the page,
    and STUDY homework?

    Check written assignments to see if directions were followed and homework is completed neatly.

    Be available to answer questions or help quiz your child.

    Praise your child for homework done neatly and to the best of his or her ability.