Horincewich, Mrs. K.


Mrs. Horincewich, Grade 3

*Please note the following:

*Thank you to all of the parents who were able to come to the Biography Bonanza!  It was a huge success!
*If you are sending an email regarding your child's dismissal, please include Mrs. Ralston and Mrs. Pepe on the email.  Thank you!                         

*If you have any extra board games, card games, Jenga, etc., our class would love to have them. We have a lot of rainy days here, and it's always fun to have new games to play. Thank you so much!

*Good to know information:

*Scholastic book orders: www.scholastic.com/bookclubs Class code: GWY2Q.

*3H is PEANUT AND TREE NUT FREE!! Please do not send any snacks or birthday treats with peanut products in them! Peanut products are allowed only in the lunchroom.

*Students must pass the 100 division facts test in 5 minutes by the end of the fourth marking period.  Study those facts every day!

*Lunch is 12:30-1:00 and recess is 1:05-1:35 every day.

Weekly Specials:

Monday - Spanish
Tuesday - Music & PE

Wednesday - Computers & Art

Thursday - Library

Friday - PE

To reach me: The best way to reach me is via email.  My school email address is khorincewich @ longhill.org.  I can also be reached by phone at 647-2312 ext. 2024, or by sending a note in with your child.
Expectations: I expect all students to work hard, listen carefully, and do their best!
Daily Homework: We will have math and spelling every night. We could have some cursive practice from time to time too! Also, each child should read for at least 20 minutes every night!  Students will receive a reading log every Monday.  They can read alone, or they can read with someone.  Reading every night is very important to become better readers!  This will be due back to school each Friday!

Spelling homework schedule is as follows: 

(Spelling could change if there is a short week. Please check your child's homework journal on short weeks!)

Monday - 3x each (Please fold the paper into thirds.)

Tuesday - ABC order (Please have a "Practice" and "Final" column.)

Wednesday- Choose 10 words to write sentences, or use 10 words in a story.  (Please underline the words!)

Thursday – study for spelling test.

Friday – no homework.


For the week of June 12th:


*We will begin: "Step-Up to Fourth Grade Math!"

*Continue to practice writing responses to what they are reading in their reading journal.  They will make connections to the text.

*Spelling:  Unit 31 (Inflectional endings)
*Skills: fact and opinion, cause and effect, making generalizations, 
character, setting, plot, graphic sources, drawing conclusions, 
main idea and details, literary elements, sequence, compare and 
contrast, author's purpose, and summarize.
Social Studies: 
 *We will continue Unit 4: Communities at Work.


 *We will continue Chapter 14: Heat, Temperature, and Light.