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Mrs. Robinson's Third Grade Class

Instructor: Mrs. Mary Robinson

Twitter @3rd_robinson

I have been teaching in Prince William classrooms for more than 10 years.  I started back in 1998 at King Elementary in Dale City where I spent 6 years teaching both 2nd and 3rd graders.  In 2004, I had the privilege of helping to open Mary Williams Elementary.  I left the classroom in 2005 when my youngest son was born and spent 10 years at home educating my four children.  I returned to the classroom in 2015 at Leesylvania.  I love our school and community and enjoy teaching 3rd grade!     

Home Learning
Resources & Materials

Digital Learning updates:
Files and Documents updated 6/8/2020
Daily Updates updated 6/8/2020


Families and Students,
I will be uploading all documents and resources to my class page as well as our Class DOJO site. If you click on the "Files and Documents" page, all resources can be found organized by subject. "The Daily Updates" page is where I will post messages and other daily learning opportunities.  
As of right now, these are optional and only to guide you in your at home learning.
Please reach out to me via Class DOJO or my school email address with any questions or concerns you have.  I greatly appreciate all of your support with this!

We can do this! We are a team. 
Stay safe.

Mrs. Robinson

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Resources for
English Language Learners & Families

Students and families whose primary language is something other than English, may find additional support and guidance by visiting Mrs. Sarlo's classpage.  Mrs. Sarlo has worked with our English Language Learners all year and is a wonderful teacher!  Visit her page by clicking the link below.  

Mrs. Sarlo's English Language Learners Page
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Our School Vision
Growing. Determined. Scholars.

Our Class Mission
We understand that our learning is our responsibility.  We commit to always give our best effort and to never give up!  We will embrace new challenges with confidence knowing that our brains grow even when we don't succeed the 1st time.  We are scholars!