Mrs. Peterson

Phone: 951-696-1421 ext. 2631

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

I have a Bachelor's degree in Physical Education from Cal State Fullerton. I earned my teaching credential from Chapman University, and have my Masters in Education from National University.

Mrs. Peterson

Welcome to Mrs. Peterson's Third Grade Home Page
lpeterson@murrieta.k12.ca.us

(951) 696-1421 x2631
Classroom #: E-11  

Welcome! I look forward to meeting families and students this year.

If you are accessing my website please understand that with recent developments on re-opening the schools, I will be working on my website and our Learning Management System, Canvas. Until further, I will not be posting anything for families until we have updated and current information that we can share with parents.

I appreciate your patience with this adjustment for the beginning of the year. We are all going to learn a lot about distance learning over the next few weeks. So let's have an open mind and be able to work together to accomplish goals and for students to work toward meeting grade level standards.

Thank you. 

 

Language Arts:

Math Update: 

Science Update:   


Friday Envelopes:  

Brown envelopes will come home on Friday with all their classwork from the past week along with in the purple file folder. Incomplete work from the core curriculum may also be on that purple file folder.  Please have your child complete that work in the purple file folder. Those activities are something that was an important concept and they either were absent or did not complete it in class. If your child has gotten behind in science or social studies, that work will not be in the brown envelope. It is up to them to contact me and get the missing assignments and then complete them on their time. All LA and Math tests for all students will come home weekly to be reviewed and signed. They are to take their homework folders back and forth daily and be responsible for that folder each day when they leave here. If students are not completing math or their sentences for homework, or are doing them incorrectly, I will notify families if it becomes a recurring problem.

Homework:
 
Reading as much as possible is the best use of homework time. You can divide the homework time up if that works, but overall third graders should not spend more than 45 minutes each night working on their homework. Homework is a reinforcement of the day's lessons in math and writing. If you ever have a time you have something arise, please just send a note or email me. That's never a problem.

 

Mrs. Peterson 
 

 

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