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Ms. G's Third Grade

Hello and welcome to third grade!! Ms. G is very proud to be a Willis Wildkat at Meador Elementary. She is honored to have the opportunity to be part of your scholar's education.

She grew up right down the road in Huntsville and graduated from Sam Houston State University. This is her third year in 3rd grade and her 9th year teaching! She previously taught 1st grade for 6 years and third grade ELA for 1 year. Her family moved to Willis in 2007. She has one daughter that is a Lynn Lucas Lynx and 2 daughters that attend Meador Elementary.

Outside of school, she enjoys watching her daughters play volleyball, softball, soccer and relaxing with a good book.
 

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Cafeteria Info

No Charging

Willis ISD Child Nutrition

 

Beginning Monday, May 15th, 2017 there will be no charging for the remainder of the school year.

All past due balances must be paid by

Friday, May 19th, 2017.

You can add money to student accounts at any of the campus cafeterias. Any money left in the account will be carried over into the next

school year.

You can also add money to your students account at lunchmoneynow.com

If you have any questions contact the cafeteria your student attends.

Thanks for your support.

May 8-12, 2017

 Monday will be Math 
and 
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.
Thanks!​

Important dates in May!

May 3 – Nurse appreciation day

 

May 5 – Meador Market PTO fundraiser

 

May 8-12 – Closed Campus all week

 

May 8  - STAAR Math

 

May 9 – STAAR Reading

 

May 12 – PBS (Pillows, Blankets, Books, Snacks…& Board Games)

 

May 16 – Field Day

 

May 22 – Awards @ 10am (should last approx. 45 minutes)

 

May 26 – Last day of school

Book orders for summer!

Book orders are coming home. They are due back by May 5th. This is a cheap way to get some summer reading books! HL7CV online code

Dry erase markers!

We are completely out of dry erase markers, if you are able to pick some up help would be appreciated!

Kona Ice

Kona Ice will be here Friday and will be available for our students when we return from our field trip.  The cost is $3 per student.