Mrs. Coggeshall

My name is Mrs. Coggeshall I am very excited to join the staff at St Pius X Regional Academy as your teacher! I am new to St. Pius X and cannot wait to meet everyone! I grew up in Massachusetts and moved to Rhode Island in 2007. I graduated from Assumption College with a major in Psychology and minors in Art and Education. After graduating, I attended Framingham State University where I received my Elementary Education Certification.

Grade 3 Classroom Blog

  • Grade 3 Welcome Letter +

    Welcome to 3rd  Grade ☺

    My name is Mrs. Coggeshall I am very excited to join the staff at St Pius X Regional Academy as your teacher! I am new to St. Pius X and cannot wait to meet everyone! I grew up in Massachusetts and moved to Rhode Island in 2007. I graduated from Assumption College with a major in Psychology and minors in Art and Education.

    After graduating, I attended Framingham State University where I received my Elementary Education Certification.

    Since I am new to the community, I thought it would be fun to play a game called

    Two Truths And A Whooper. Below I have listed three statements about myself. Two are truths and one is false or made up and not true. You will have to wait till September to find out which one of those statements I made up. Think you can fool me? I have attached a paper for you to fill out your Two Truths And a Whooper.

    Make sure to take your time and think about your two true statements and your one false statement…..because I am a really good detective!

    Mrs. Coggeshall’s Two Truths And A Whooper

    1.   I am an excellent speller! I even won a spelling bee.

    2.   I have been skydiving…which means I’ve jumped out of a flying plane with a parachute.

    3.   I own a dog that is smaller than most cats.

    Also, attached is a suggested summer reading list, a summer reading log and a supply list. I ask that you read one of the books listed (hopefully more) and then complete your choice of activity.  Reading is a great way to relax and stay cool!

    Parents and caregivers, please encourage your child to read over the summer. I have included a reading log so that your child can watch their accomplishments grow.

    I hope you have a wonderful summer and I cannot wait to meet all of you this September!

    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. May God Bless You,

    Mrs. Coggeshall

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  • Grade 3 Supply List +

    One marble copy book

    ●      Two pocket folders

    ●      One box of crayons (16 count)

    ●      One box of colored pencils (no more than 12 count)

    ●      One box of colored markers (no more than 12 count)

    ●      One package of #2 pencils

    ●      Two glue sticks

    ●      2 extra erasers

    ●      Two black fine tip dry erase markers

    Extras

    ●      Box of tissues

    ●      Clorox wipes

    ●      Small box of forks

    ●      Small box of spoons

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  • Grade 3 Summer Reading +

    Summer Reading Fun

    Below is a list of four books. Please pick one of the books to read over the summer and then pick how you would like to report back to me about the book. You have three options as to how you would like to complete your book project.

     

    1.  You can fill out the fun form below.

     

    2.  Write and illustrate a comic strip about a scene from the story.

     

    3.  Create some type of 3D model. Using anything allowed by your parents, you can create your favorite scene from the book. With the model be sure to include two or three sentences describing the scene and why you picked it.

     

    Book Choices (please pick one to read and then complete your book project)

     

    George Washington’s Teeth by Deborah Chandra

     

    Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer by Megan McDonald

     

    Stuey Lewis Against All Odds: stories for the third grade by Jane Schoendberg

     

    Quinny & Hopper by Adriana Brad Schanen 

     

    Parents and caregivers:

     

    Encourage your child to read more than just one of the books listed or other age appropriate books. If you would like a longer list of 3rd grade appropriate books please let me know.

     

     


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