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Mrs. Wrobel's Class

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Welcome to Mrs. Wrobel's Class 

 

Quotes of the Month:

"Children are the living messages we send to a time that we will not see."~~Neil Postman

'If the school sends out children with a desire for knowledge and some idea of how to acquire and use it, it will have done its work."~~Richard Livingstone 

"While we try to teach our children all about life, our children teach us what life is all about."~~Angela Schwindt

 

Back to School Quotes - Learn as much as you can while you are young, since life becomes too busy later.  ~Dana Stewart Scott

 

 

 

 

  • Please contact me either by phone or e-mail:  
  • (708)  453-6172 ext 249                       
  • or cwrobel@rivergroveschool.org

 

Dear Students and families,

I would like to take this opportunity to WELCOME all of my new students and their families  this year.  I am very excited to teach third grade this year and to see many familiar faces in August.

A little bit about myself.... I have been an educator for over 25 years and I  have a Bachelor's Degree in both Elementary and Special Education.  Also, I have a Master's Degree  in Educational Leadership/School Administration. I taught in the Lasec  CCORE Program for  10 years; as well as, taught  Fifth and First Grade during my time at River Grove School. I am happily married to my husband, Keith and we are the  proud parents of  Sarah, Michael , and Steven .  Also, my household is  busy with 1 cat, Chloe   and our  2 dogs: Gizmo and Gidget.  In my spare time, I enjoy collecting and refinishing antiques, cooking,  reading , gardening and spending time at our rural home in Galena.

I am a very child-centered teacher.  I look forward to working with my students and their families in a positive and cooperative manner.  I strive to form great working partnerships with my families.  I feel it is in the best interest of your child that a close home and school relationship exists.  Communication between the home and school is essential to ensure success for the student.

 

 Enjoy some of the photos that I am sharing.......

 

 

 

 

 

My husband, Keith and I are at Chestnut Mountain  Ski Resort in April with REAL SNOW! Shame on Mother Nature!

 

 

Our children Sarah, Michael and Steven several years ago in front of our Galena home with Gizmo!

 

Sarah, Michael and Steven all grown up. (2012)

Some holiday fun with Gizmo and Gidget!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here is Chloe and she likes to sleep and snuggle with Sarah.

 

 

The back view of our Galena property.

 

Class Rules-"Give me Five!"

Our eyes and ears are on the teacher.  Our mouths are quiet.  Hands are folded on our desks and our feet are quiet too!

Follow directions the first time given.

Be in your seat when the bell rings.

Keep hand, feet, and other objects to yourself.

Class ends with teacher dismissal

Follow all school rules.

Stay on task.

Complete work promptly and neatly.

Turn in quality work..

Mrs. Wrobel's ScheduleApple

Book 2Students are required to read daily at home.  Students may read independently or have someone read to them or with them.  Reading logs are given out every Monday and collected the following week.  Parents are required to sign the weekly logs.  Children become more confident and proficient readers with practice.  In order to become a better reader, one must actually read. Reading is like learning other new skills, like riding a bicycle which takes lots of PRACTICE in order to do it on your own and to do it well. This is vitally important for future endeavors and success as a student and ultimately as an adult.  Students are encouraged to check books out of our library on a weekly basis, choosing books that are of interest to them.  Also, students are strongly encouraged to check out books from their local libraries and obtain their own personal library card.

 

Addditionally, students will have access to www.Raz-Kids.com and they can explore the stories on the site.  The stories are first read to the child, the child reads independently and  eventually, the child will take skill assessments on the reading passages. So please set aside daily time to read with your child  by turning off the television, shutting down the computer and turning off the  game systems.  Please spend some quality time exploring new books with your child.  Let the Reading begin!

 

Web Sites to explore

1.  Go to  www.mobymax.com/signin/2650

Put in your username and password from your "Book of Knowledge." Bookmark this link on your browser for quick access and future visits.

2.  Go to www.readworks.org

Put in our class code:  XNMFSZ and our class password: 1234. Choose an assigned story to read and complete activity or answer questions.Bookmark this link on your browser for quick access and future visits.

3,  Go to https://www.splashmath.com/students

Login with your assigned username and password in your "Book of Knowledge" or from the paper that was sent home.  Bookmark this link on your browser for quick access and future visits.

4.  www.raz-kids.com    Teacher username:  cwrobel1

5,  www.math-drills.com

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River Grove School2650 Thatcher Ave.River Grove, IL  60171

Phone: 708-453-6172

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