Use this website to find all the important information for school. This website has announcements, lunch menus, and calendars for all the school events. Please use this site to also see and check your students grades.
Welcome to Mrs. Zeeb's Third Grade. I have created this site to help keep everyone involoved with us at school. I have loaded pictures and a lot of information for you to view at home. The students may also check their assignments at home. This page will continue to change so stop back often!
Reading: 20 minutes every night!
Math: Fact sheet
Spelling: Study Words & Tests on Friday!
Box tops are a great way to help our school raise money for the important educational things the budget can't help the school purchase. Please save your Box Tops for our classroom. Mark each Box Top with your childs initials and have them bring them into the classroom. Each month we will have a drawing for a small incentive. Thanks for your help and cooperation.
Welcome to our site. Here is a little bit about me. I grew up in Madison, South Dakota. I lived on a farm in the country. I enjoyed showing and riding horses and continue to enjoy them with my family. I went to DSU for my teaching degree. I was married on July 9th, 2005. I now live in the country in Bridgewater, South Dakota. I am married and we have one son. Jason is 6yrs. old and on the go. He loves to be outside with the animals and tractors. When I have a momement I enjoy scrapbooking, horses, and spending time with my family.
If you are able to help out with any of the listed items it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your help!!
Reams of White Card Stock
Pom Poms (any color or assorited)
A small container of Alfalfa seeds
A small container of Millet Seeds
Binder Rings to make books (64) rings needed
Ziplock Baggies (all different sizes)
Lysol Wipes for hard surfaces
What the teacher is, is more important the what he or she teaches.
The happiest people don't necessarily have the best of everything. They just make the best of everything.
The only thing that children wear out faster than shoes are parents and teachers.