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Spelling Lists for the 2nd 9 Weeks

The spelling list for the 2nd 9 weeks can be found in your students blue take home folder inside the clear protective sheet.
I have also updated my website and Spelling City with the new list of words. 
Reminder: Spelling homework is due every Friday!

Tomball Scavenger Hunt



I wanted to send out a reminder about the Tomball Scavenger Hunt. I hope you and your child are having fun "hunting" for the different items. I can't wait to see what they bring in. Since Monday, October 9th is a holiday all items will be due Tuesday, October 10th.

The Assignment:  Community Scavenger Hunt

Each student is to collect 12 or more of the 14 items on the scavenger hunt list.  The student must present the items in the exact way as noted.  For example, the crayon rubbing of a building cannot be a picture or a drawing of the building. Students may use devices to take pictures.

**Please label all items and put them in a bag to send with your child.**

  1. A map of your community (ex: A city map of Tomball, TX).
  2. One leaf from TWO different types of trees in your community.
  3. Crayon rubbing from TWO different buildings.  Include the name of the building.
  4. Something that shows you tasted a wonderful sweet treat from a local bakery (receipt, picture).
  1. Sign or flyer advertising a community event.
  2. List four different animals you’ve seen in your community.  
  1. Something that shows you ate at a restaurant in your community (receipt, menu, etc.)
  2. Name of the local park or playground in your community.
  3. A written description of the best thing about your community and the worst thing.
  4. One item that shows you visited a historical place in your community (historical maker, local museum).
  1. Something from a place where you go to have fun.
  2. List of all the schools in your community.
  3. An interview with another person who lives in the community?  Include the person’s name, age and how long they have lived there.  What do they like and/or dislike?
  4. One item from your community library.  

Energy Bus - Rule #1: Create a Positive Vision


As most of you know our theme this year is Energy Bus. There are 5 rules to Energy Bus and we just completed Rule #1: Create a Positive Vision. Each student was given two paper clouds and paper sunglasses. The first cloud was to write a personal positive vision for themselves. For example, be the best big sister I can be to my baby brother. The second cloud was to write an academic positive vision for themselves. For example, make A/B honor roll, make all A’s, get 250 points on Class DoJo. The sunglasses were to draw a picture to match their positive visions. The kids really enjoyed this activity and I’m sure are excited to share them with you. When your student gets home today make sure to ask them what their positive visions are. :)

Camp S'more Literacy Night!

Tonight is Camp S'more Literacy Night! There will be activities set up throughout the school for students to enjoy. There will also be tents set up in the cafeteria where you can take a break and enjoy a good book with your child. 
I hope to see you there! :)



A couple of reminders…

  • Parent Orientation Night is tomorrow night, Thursday, October 29th from 5:15-6:30PM. This is a great opportunity for you to understand what is going on in your child’s classrooms, what our expectations are for them and to ask any questions you may have. We hope to see you there! J
  • Wednesday folders are going home today. Please make sure to check your child’s folder because there are two forms that need to be filled out and turned back into your child's homeroom teacher for our upcoming field trip.
  • Math homework is due every Wednesday and Spelling homework is due every Friday

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask. 


A couple of reminders...
Spirit Night
Tomorrow night is...SPIRIT NIGHT!!! Spirit Night will be at Spring Creek BBQ from 5:00-8:00PM. Mrs. Park and I will be there from 6:00-6:30PM passing out rolls. We look forward to seeing all of you there! :) 
Parent Teacher Conferences
If you haven't done so already, please sign up for Parent Teacher Conferences. This is one of the great opportunities to help set goals for your child this year and to answer any individual questions you may have. Follow link to sign up: Conference Sign Up!
Please make sure to send a pair of earbuds with your child. We are using the Chromebooks everyday.

Spirit Night!!!

Wednesday night is...SPIRIT NIGHT!!!
Spirit Night will be at Spring Creek BBQ from 5:00-8:00PM. Mrs. Park and I will be there from 6:00-6:30PM passing out rolls.
We look forward to seeing all of you there! :) 


Dear Parents, 
Welcome to a new school year! I am SO excited to have your child in my class this year! I am looking forward to working with you and getting to know your child and helping them succeed in their education and participation during their school day. In order to best serve your child, any information to help guide me would be great! Together WE make a team! Again, I am looking forward to a great year!
Mrs. Nelson :)

Reminder - Items Needed for Class Camp Out


Just sending a friendly reminder of the items we need for our Class Camp Out on Friday, May 26th. If you would like to contribute to our campout by donating an item, please send the item with your child by (tomorrow) Thursday, May 25th

Items Needed:

Box of Graham Crackers

Chocolate Bars (Snack Size)

Bag of Large Marshmallows

Mini Water Bottles

Bag of Cheetos


Gummy Worms

Trail Mix

*EACH student needs to bring a medium size rock 

Thank you! We look forward to an exciting day of learning! 

P.S. If you have a tent we could borrow please email me. 

Class Camp Out

Dear Parents,

On Friday, May 26th, Mrs. Nelson’s & Mrs. Park’s class will be doing a class campout. We will have a fun filled day of learning all based around a campout theme with activities such as writing campfire stories, reading camping related stories, etc. It is a day that kids really enjoy, all while practicing the important skills we learned this year.

We are in need of some items for the day. If you would like to contribute to our campout by donating an item, please send the item with your child by Thursday, May 25th.

Items Needed:

Box of Graham Crackers

Chocolate Bars (Snack Size)

Bag of Large Marshmallows

Mini Water Bottles

Bag of Cheetos


Gummy Worms

Trail Mix

*EACH student needs to bring a medium size rock (please see link for picture)


Thank you so much for your support! We look forward to an exciting day of learning!

P.S. If you have a tent that we could borrow for the day please email me. :)

Reader's Theater Props

To wrap up the end of the school year we are starting Reader's Theater! 
I have explained to the students that they may bring in any prop(s) they think would be appropriate for their act. I told them "sky's the limit!" :) If your child does decide to bring something in please make sure that it is labeled.
If you have any questions please feel free to ask. 


We have our last spelling test tomorrow.
Here are the words in case your child has misplaced the list. :) 

Spelling List - Test on 5/19/17





















Field Trip Reminder

Dear Parents, 


Just a reminder that we're going on our field trip tomorrow to Mercer Arboretum. Here are some reminders of things to do/bring: 

  • Wear your Fun Run shirt
  • Wear good closed-toe walking shoes
  • Apply bug spray and sunscreen at home (optional)
  • Bring a water bottle (labeled with name on it)
  • Pack your child's lunch in a GALLON ZIPLOCK BAG WITH THEIR NAME ON IT (lunches will be kept in a cooler of ice)

This is an all day field trip, so please plan accordingly. We look forward to having a great time with the students. :)


Our 3rd graders did such a great job with the STAAR test this week that we would like to reward them with some fun on Friday.  Students may bring in a game on Friday to play with their friends.  Board games only.  No electronics please.  :)



As you know we are taking the Math and Reading STAAR tests next Monday, May 8th (Math) and Tuesday, May 9th (Reading). We have been preparing the students as best we can for the test and know that they will do their best! Just a few reminders of ways to help your child to prepare:

- Make sure that they get a good night's sleep

- Eat a good breakfast

- Keep your routines normal

- Arrive to school on time

Keep ALL electronics at home: watches, phones, etc. will be taken up by the teacher each morning and stored away during the test if they are brought to school

Encourage them to play outside and release extra energy throughout the weekend and on Monday/Tuesday afternoons

We are so thankful for your support of us this year, and know that we will finish out the year in a great way!