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Welcome to Mrs. Rogers' 3rd Grade Math and Science Class! I am so honored and excited to be one of your child's 3rd Grade Teachers. I received my Bachelors Degree from Sam Houston State University in 1992. After working several years in the "business world", I decided to get my teaching certificate. This year is my 12th year teaching and I love it! I enjoy teaching in the community where I live. I have an amazing husband named Henry and an amazing son named Conner who graduated from Willis High School and is currently attending Texas State University.
You will find that we will work hard in third grade, but it probably isn't as scary as you've heard. We will cover a lot of ground in math and science and your child will continue to grow and meet new challenges as they come up. I partner teach with Mrs. Wilding. I will be teaching Math and Science and Mrs. Wilding will be teaching Language Arts and Social Studies. If you ever have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me. Email is the preferred method of contact and usually the quickest way I have to respond to you.

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Field Trip

Just a reminder that our 3rd grade Field Trip is this Friday. Please send permission slip and $8 with your student as soon as possible.
Thank you!


Next week, on Monday and Tuesday, your child will be taking a PRACTICE STAAR test (we call it a Benchmark).
Monday will be Math 
Tuesday will be Reading.  
I simply wanted to make you aware so that your kiddo could get a good night's sleep on Sunday and Monday nights and feel prepared and calm.  My philosophy is to make them feel as confident and comfortable as possible.  
Also, please have them dress in comfy clothing.  I also recommend having them bring a sweatshirt or jacket (something they can put on and remove easily) in the event they get cold.
Finally, we will provide a snack and a water bottle for them to enjoy during the test.  Your child is welcome to bring their own snacks and drinks as long as they are as follows:
  • Dry - pretzels, Goldfish, and crackers are best.
  • Nothing that is colorful, juicy or greasy - (like cheese flavored chips,  fruit or greasy chips is a BAD IDEA.  They can ruin the test materials and then may not be able to be scored)
  • Drinks - only CLEAR liquids with lids (to prevent spills)  Water is best
​If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.