Rm. 6 - Mrs. D'Antonio


Mrs. D'Antonio - Room 6




 May 28th - May 31st 

*Updated May 23rd*



The last full week of May!  Only 10 days to go!!


This Tuesday, May 28th is Flip-Flop Day!  Children may wear their flip-flips, sandals or Crocs to school.

End of the Year Ice Cream Party will be on Monday, June 10th!


The last day of school is Tuesday, June 11th.  If you know your child will not be here, please let me know.  Thank you!


Variety show is Thursday! Children should continue to practice the dances (that are posted in google classroom) in the evening, and we will continue to practice at school. 

Below you will find information regarding costumes. Children should wear their uniforms to school and bring their costumes in their backpacks to school on the 30th for the day performance.  They should wear their costumes  to school for the evening show.  Please refer to the email that went home last week for drop-off times and other important info regarding the show.   We are so excited!!!

Costumes for Variety Show

  • Cotton Eye Joe: Western wear. Cowboy/cowgirl attire. Jeans, a flannel, bandana, cowboy hat, boots,  etc.

  • Cha-Cha Slide: dark pants or leggings, bright colored top, and sunglasses

  • Macarena: Girls wear floral dress or skirt with sandals. Boys wear dark dress pants or uniform pants with a white button down (their winter uniform button down is fine) along with a red tie and dress shoes.

  • Thriller: Similar to the famous  Michael Jackson video - children should wear tattered looking clothes and look like zombies with teased messy hair and zombie make-up (white face paint with black around the eyes).

  • YMCA/Chicken Dance: Yellow top and bottoms. We will provide the chicken beaks and yellow rubber gloves for chicken feet.

  • Cupid Shuffle: Pink or red clothing. We will provide cupid headbands for the children. Feel free to include any Valentine’s Day accessories.


Below you will find schedules for the week, please let know if you have any questions!



Mrs. D.




We will conclude  the Month of Mary by completing our “Mary quilts”.   We will continue to talk about the Holy Mother and the many stories of her life, including the Assumption,  Visitation, birth of Jesus, Ascension, etc. 



The last few weeks of school, we will be learning about lines of symmetry in geometric shapes and identifying common shapes and angles. We will also discuss probability and unit conversions within a measurement system.

There will be no more IXL due the remainder of the school year.  However, children should still practice their third grade math skills! Their 4th grade summer reading and math requirements will be included in the report card envelope on the last day of school.


Language Arts: 

The last two weeks of school we will be focusing on in-class creative writing assignments.   Students will be writing a letter to the incoming 3rd graders, welcoming them to a new classroom. Each new student will receive this letter on the first day of school in the fall. Students will also be interviewing classmates about their school year. Lastly, your children will be answering reflection questions about their year third grade experience.


Spelling: Unit 32: Double Consonants

jelly, bottom, pillow, happen, butter, lesson, cherry, sudden, arrow, dollar, hello, rabbit, letter, button, funny, better, stubborn, mirror


**There will be no more ABC order or Spelling sentences due the remainder of the year.  However, we will continue to have the weekly spelling tests so, please make sure your children are studying. **


Science & Social Studies:

We will review concepts learned throughout the year.


Important Dates


  • Friday, May 24th:  Professional Day - No School
  • Monday, May 27th: Memorial Day, NO school
  • Tuesday, May 28th: Flip Flop Day!
  • Friday, June 7th: Noon dismissal
  • Monday, June 10th: Noon dismissal/ End of the Year Ice Cream Party
  • Tuesday, June 11th: last day of school  - report cards home (10:30 dismissal -NO extended day)



Weekly Special Schedule:

  • Monday: GYM

  • Tuesday: MUSIC

  • Wednesday: COMPUTER

  • Thursday: LIBRARY

  • Friday: ART 



Important Information:

  • Students should be playing IXL for 20 minutes every week. I will check every Monday and count the 20 minutes completed as a homework grade for that week. IXL is an excellent way to practice skills we are working on in the classroom and to review any concepts that may be tricky for your child. It is also a great way to study for tests!

  • Please remember that students may not bring in anything with peanuts or nuts in it for snack. Our room is a peanut free room! 

  • De Chantal follows Montgomery County Public Schools for decisions regarding inclement weather closings, delays and early release. If there is a delayed opening, there is no "Morning Care". If there is an early school closure, there will be no "Extended Day". If school closes at the normal time, but Montgomery County cancels after school activities, Extended Day will be open. 



Tests/Quizzes Information

  • Religion and Language Arts quizzes are usually once a week. Students are allowed to use their workbooks/textbook for these tests to help further the skill of using text based evidence to support their answers. Tests for Math and Social Studies are at the end of every chapter and are NOT open book. These tests require studying outside of school. I will always give at least a full week of notice before a Math or Social Studies test. 
  • Spelling tests are usually every Friday. The weekly spelling homework (words in ABC order 3x each and 8 sentences hand written with one word per sentence) will always be due on Thursday.
  • If your child receives an AE (Approaching Expectation) or NE (Not Approaching Grade -Level Expectation at this time) on any assessment that comes home in their Signed Paper Folder,  please have them do corrections on a separate piece of paper stapled to the assessment.  PLEASE RETURN ALL ASSESSMENTS ( ME - NE) BACK TO SCHOOL IN THE SIGNED PAPER FOLDER.