Our new elementary school is beginning to take shape, workers are hard at it each day. Everyone is so excited for the new school. Rick Seely from Miron along with Dr. Severson helped students sign one of the beams that will be installed above the cafeteria in the new school. What a fun idea, Jackson T. signs his name along with the other students from his class.
THIRD STREET BOOK FAIR HOURS
Wednesday, November 18th from 8:00 – 2:00
Thursday, November 19th from 8:00 – 8:00
Friday, November 20th from 8:00 – 11:00
STUDENTS WILL BE VISITING THE BOOK FAIR, WITH THEIR CLASS,
ON WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY.
We invite families to visit Third Street’s Scholastic Book Fair, with their child, on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19th after school, from 3:00 until 8:00. Remember all purchases benefit our schools.
Checks can be made out to Third Street Elementary.
We look forward to seeing you at the MONSTER BOOK FAIR.
Hello Third Street families! It is that time to sign up for parent/teacher conferences. This year we are using a sign up that is new to the school. We use an online scheduling program called ptcfast. This site will allow you to sign up for an available time with your respective teacher. Conferences are to be held on Thursday, November 19th from 3:05 p.m.-8:05 p.m. The process is fairly simple.
1. Go to https://www.ptcfast.com/schools/Third_Street_Elementary where you will select your
child’s teacher and fill out your contact information. This will also allow us to send you
email reminders of the conference times you choose.
2. You will then get an email with a link to choose an available time that works for you.
That’s it! Feel free to contact the school at 715-284-7155 if you have questions or concerns. You may also call and our staff can assist you with selecting a time for your conferences if you don’t have access online. If the dates listed do not work, please contact your child’s teacher and he or she would be happy to find something that works for you.
October 26-28 students at Third Street celebrated Red Ribbon Week.
They learned about the dangers of drugs and alcohol, took
a pledge and had some fun dress up days!