Mrs. Santucci’s Newsletter

May 22, 2023

Dear Third Grade Families,

The school year may be winding down, but there is plenty of learning happening in the classroom! We’re investigating forces in Science and building bridges out of paper. We’re calculating the area of polygons and telling time on an analog clock. The story is reaching the turning point in our novel study of Poppy. No Spelling this week as we are reviewing math content for end-of-year progress assessments. Keep practicing those multiplication facts for our Friday Fact Frenzy Fun, and finish up more levels in RAZ+!

This week is our field trip to visit the Skagit Land Trust Utopia property and see conservation efforts to protect natural habitats in action! Please remember to dress in grubby clothes that can get dirty on Thursday, and bring a packed lunch and water bottle along. Thank you to these fabulous parent volunteers for this trip: Jeanette Thom, Steve Nicol, Ty Ouellette, Juana Hollick, and Carrie Cammock. Please meet us in the classroom when the school bell starts the day.

There are also many things happening around the school too, like the Diaper Drive which starts today, and the Band and Art Show on Wednesday night at 7:00 pm. This weekend is the Memorial Day holiday, so there’s no school on Monday, May 29th. Be sure to read the ICRS Newsletter on the school website to keep up with the many activities and events in the next few weeks!

Thank you for the chance to work with these amazing young minds and watch them grow!


Malia Santucci

Grade 3 Teacher

Immaculate Conception Regional School