Last modified May 14

Homeroom

  • 3rd Grade
This will be my 18th year at Notre Dame School. In the past I have been a kindergarten teacher, librarian and Supportive Consultant. I am excited to be teaching 3rd grade here at Notre Dame. My husband and I have been married for 25 years. We have three lovely children. Our daughter, Kari, is a sophomore at the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities. Our son, Max, is a sophomore at Notre Dame Academy and our son, Alex, will be in 6th grade here at Notre Dame. It has always been a dream of mine to teach at my alma mater. In my spare time I like to camp and attend my children's sporting events. I look forward to Seeing Miracles In Life Everyday (S.M.I.L.E) this year at Notre Dame
Jean Healy

 

Welcome to Mrs. Healy’s  Classroom

Notre Dame 2017-2018

 

See Miracles In Life Everyday = S.M.I.L.E

Classroom News

Welcome to the 2017–2018 school year. I am extremely excited to be working with your child this year. Listed below are some upcoming dates:

Thursday, May 10th -Middle School spring concert at 1:00 and 6:30

Thursday, May 25th 5-8 band concert at the middle school at 2:00

Monday, May 28th – Memorial Day

Tuesday, May 3oth  Third grade Mass

Wednesday, June 6th last day of school/11:30 dismissal

 

Please have your planner signed each night

 What we are focusing on in school. 

Math – see Mrs. Kohl’s webpage

Please practice math facts nightly.

Fundations–  we are currently working on unit 13. We are studying the /ch/ and /k/ sound of ch and the /f/ sound of ph. We will also be working with silent letter teams

Religion – We are wrapping of the year with a study on the Eucharist

English– We are finishing our study on pronouns and will be working on writing a research paper

 Science-  The students made wonderful healthy food displays. They presented them to the class and now are displayed in the cafeteria. See below for a few pictures. We are working on the solar system. We will be writing a planet report.

  Social Studies-  We are studying the different types of communities and have been working on creating our milk carton community. Please feel free to stop in and see it.

Reading –  Students should read 20 minutes per day. This year we will be working in our guided reading groups, along with our anthology. We are currently reading Pop’s Bridge and will end the year reading Tops and Bottoms.

If your child is going to be late for any reason and you do not call in by 8:00-8:15 they will need to bring a cold lunch. You may even call the night before and leave a message if you know your child will be late.

 Special Schedule

Monday- Spanish/music

Tuesday-gym/computer

Wednesday-music/computer

Thursday library/gym/Spanish

Friday- art

We will have keyboarding 3 times a week starting October 9th and it will continue until the end of the first trimester.

Helpful Links

Spelling City

 

Wish List

 

antibacterial wipes

any small toys/trinkets to be used in the prize box

small paper cutter for classroom

 

Here is a picture from a recent visit from our adopted Seminarian Deacon Kyle Sladek.

He came to talk to the third grade classes about vocations, being a Deacon and showed us his vestments that he wears.

Thank you for visiting with us Deacon Sladek the third grade loved it!

Brooklyn showing her classmates her healthy food game
Brenna helping Ellie share her project